Technological Breakdown
Thursday, March 30, 2006
  Car ID Theft from VIN
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
  Researchers craft temporary IE patch

Security vendor eEye Digital Security has created a temporary patch that protects end users and enterprises from an as of yet unpatched vulnerability in the Internet Explorer browser. The vulnerability is ... Full Story
Sunday, March 26, 2006
  The Man Who Could Fix Windows

Microsoft's new OS chief has to get Redmond to embrace a new of model programming, in which software is constantly being improved instead of updated every 5 years. By Erick Schonfeld, Business 2.0 Magazine editor-at-large. ... Full Story
Friday, March 24, 2006
  GOOG Joins S&P500

The last blog post shows what the google stock was at in the screenshot of Google Finance. Today Google has climbed more than 6% after being included in the S&P 500.
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
  Google Finance Beta

After investors looking elsewhere for mutula fund, stock and exchange-traded fund information, Google Finally rolls out a finance site of their own. No longer will google point to Yahoo! Finance. Check it out at
Monday, March 20, 2006
  Judge Orders Google to Release Search Data
A federal judged issued a ruling Friday in the spat between Google and the Department of Justice over a government request that the company turn over search-query data. US District Court ... Full Story.
Sunday, March 19, 2006
  Bill Gates: The future according to the world's richest man

An exclusive interview with Bill Gates in which the Microsoft founder and world's richest man talks to Ian Burrell in New York - and identifies the gadget that he thinks will one day provide media consumers with their every need. If every person in the entire world gave $50 to you. You would have the equivalent value of Bill Gates' net worth. Read More
Saturday, March 18, 2006
  Google Wins Ruling on Turning Over Search Queries to Government
"This is a victory for Google," said Andrew Serwin, a lawyer in the San Diego office of Foley & Lardner, who has followed the case. Google "didn't want to give up search terms or anonymous customer data, and they didn't have to."
Friday, March 17, 2006
  Yes, iMac Does Windows!

Some enterprise hackers (the white hat kind, not the bad guys that wreak havoc) got their hands on an Intel based Mac and successfully booted Windows XP and almost won $14,000 for their efforts. Read the Full Story Or see the video of them booting into XP from a Mac.
Thursday, March 16, 2006
  RFID Viruses

Three computer researchers created a stir Wednesday when they released a paper at a conference in Pisa, Italy, describing how to infect Radio Frequency Identification tags with a computer virus, but the likelihood of a digital disease rampaging through the world's supply chains is slim, at least for now.Read More.
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
  Google Conference - Crime: The Real Internet Security Problem
Monday, March 13, 2006
  Google Mars
Google Mars has just come out! Some probably aren't even familiar with Google Moon And if you zoom all the way in the moon really is made of cheese. Anyways its basically the same earth mapping technology from Google combined with NASA imagery. I thought I was one of the only people that knew about Google Mars until I saw the Google Logo on the front page of

Google Mars doesn't have the same interface as Google Earth, though I'm sure it could easily be done that way, its put in the same format as Below is a sneak peak at the same viewing area in three different image forms.





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