Archives


Wed 20 February 2019
Pelican plugin for NGINX redirection
Sun 20 January 2019
Dynamic XCTests
Wed 02 January 2019
Fastlane + Jenkins Pipelines (Gaige gets his Java on)
Sun 16 December 2018
Follow-up on static pages
Fri 30 November 2018
Gaige's Pages moves to static generation
Fri 30 November 2018
Looking for a Nav system (Revisited: 2018)
Sun 11 November 2018
Codesigning ate my Sunday
Mon 22 October 2018
TPS Reports? (Testing PostgreSQL under SmartOS)
Sat 21 October 2017
Jumping a dead 2000 Boxster S
Sun 27 December 2015
Sun SparcStation 20 vs Raspberry Pi
Fri 18 December 2015
SmartOS, Postfix and IPv6
Fri 04 December 2015
Replacing a RAID set under El Capitan
Thu 22 October 2015
The Age of Deception
Thu 22 October 2015
Obama Won't Seek Access to Encrypted User Data
Thu 22 October 2015
Familial DNA Searching
Sun 09 August 2015
Time (Saver) Machine
Tue 18 November 2014
Academia's Tug-of-war with the NSA over Encryption
Mon 14 July 2014
Nice retrospective podcast on Real Genius
Thu 12 December 2013
Nice set of Nagios scripts for OS X
Mon 13 May 2013
Great piece on user interface evolution
Sun 31 March 2013
Backup Software
Fri 29 March 2013
FirstToDisclose.org repository for invention disclosure
Thu 28 March 2013
New server, new design
Tue 27 December 2011
Where'd my darned flash go!
Wed 03 November 2010
Verb-first AppleScript commands
Fri 30 April 2010
Flash, ubiquitous mediocrity
Fri 05 March 2010
Apple replaces ADC with Mac Developer Program
Sat 02 January 2010
First media rant of the year
Sat 19 December 2009
Pogue on an author's view of DRM for books
Thu 17 December 2009
Regret The Error: The Year in Media Errors and Corrections
Sun 13 December 2009
AT&T's complaining about iPhone users
Tue 06 October 2009
Aperture and laptops
Thu 03 September 2009
My take on Macintosh security
Mon 31 August 2009
Building IBPlugins under Leopard and Snow Leopard
Wed 26 August 2009
Alton Brown hacks the Kitchen
Tue 25 August 2009
Snow Leopard Releases Friday
Fri 21 August 2009
Timing a UPS
Fri 21 August 2009
SmartUPS not equal BackUPS
Fri 21 August 2009
Replacing old and busted music
Tue 30 June 2009
Resetting login password on a Macintosh
Mon 22 June 2009
Will It Blend ad for the Olympus PEN camera
Fri 19 June 2009
Replacing an old Mac with new
Fri 19 June 2009
Great article about the future of publishing
Wed 29 October 2008
Looking for a Nav system?
Sat 18 October 2008
On the new MacBooks/Pros
Sat 18 October 2008
Don't read this if you think TSA security works
Sat 13 September 2008
The "humanization" of Bill Gates
Fri 12 September 2008
How much energy does Alaska produce?
Sun 07 September 2008
Get A Mac ads are like the Roadrunner...
Thu 21 August 2008
FTC gets more serious on Do Not Call list
Mon 18 August 2008
Andy Grove lays out electricity initiative
Sat 02 August 2008
iPhone 3G doesn't charge with FireWire (USB Only)
Sat 02 August 2008
Apple Patches DNS problem
Fri 01 August 2008
Is the wrong federal agency policing net neutrality?
Fri 01 August 2008
MIT researchers announce solar storage mechanism
Thu 31 July 2008
Software Patent sanity
Tue 29 July 2008
Vista Followup...
Tue 29 July 2008
Yep, window dressing...
Sun 27 July 2008
Macintosh Keychain syncing tip
Sun 27 July 2008
Contrived Microsoft "experiment" gets headlines
Sat 26 July 2008
The Free Software Foundation has gotten on my last nerve
Wed 23 July 2008
Indie Fever
Fri 18 July 2008
Bad network card takes out Dublin radar, we were there
Fri 18 July 2008
Politics meets XKCD
Mon 16 June 2008
Google readying Net Neutrality tools
Mon 02 June 2008
Generation X Lament
Sun 01 June 2008
Inside view of a cyberattack
Sat 08 March 2008
Thoughts about the iPhone announcements
Sat 09 February 2008
Cat Welfare Code of Practice drafted by Scottish government
Sat 09 February 2008
Computer ads site features Apple and others
Tue 05 February 2008
Dutch researchers conclude it's cheaper for you to die young
Sat 02 February 2008
VLANs supported in Leopard Client
Fri 01 February 2008
Review: Untraceable
Thu 31 January 2008
Think about this while not doing something else
Wed 30 January 2008
Rube Goldburg fan hits the net
Tue 29 January 2008
U2 manager thinks music drives the net
Mon 28 January 2008
Duncan Davidson puts Time Machine to the test for full recovery
Mon 28 January 2008
Review: Meet the Spartans
Sun 27 January 2008
Intel XServes and intolerance
Sun 27 January 2008
TaxCut upgrades and Time Machine
Sat 26 January 2008
TomTom: When a paid upgrade is a downgrade
Thu 24 January 2008
Edward Tufte muses on what's right and wrong with the iPhone
Mon 07 January 2008
There Will Be Blood: Don't Bother
Tue 01 January 2008
Yep! Find and organize those PDFs
Fri 03 August 2007
Securing your private data on the Mac with Disk Images
Fri 03 August 2007
Yankee Group thinks iPhone security risks overblown
Fri 03 August 2007
[He]'s a killer... astrophysicist?
Thu 02 August 2007
Use VMWare Converter to convert your Parallels images
Wed 01 August 2007
1passwd - online Password Management on the Mac
Wed 01 August 2007
Debut of a new Topic
Wed 01 August 2007
iPhone @ -10 C
Wed 01 August 2007
One user's opinion on the iPhone Battery "controversy"
Wed 01 August 2007
Too late, Sony Ericsson finally delivers on iSync for P990i
Wed 01 August 2007
First iPhone software update appears
Wed 01 August 2007
Changing infographic trends
Fri 04 May 2007
Steve Jobs sends message to Greenpeace
Thu 03 May 2007
Sun adds engineering support to OpenOffice for Mac
Tue 01 May 2007
Supreme court rules for innovative innovation
Sun 15 April 2007
Chicago to be US bid for 2016 Olympics
Sat 14 April 2007
Jon Stewart discusses Viacom vs. YouTube
Fri 13 April 2007
Grumble... Leopard delayed
Sun 08 April 2007
RIAA killed what they were trying to save
Fri 30 March 2007
BusinessWeek looks at Greenpeace and Apple
Thu 29 March 2007
Vista sells 2X XP in the same time
Wed 28 March 2007
Computerworld on why Microsoft should be concerned
Tue 13 March 2007
Children and praise
Tue 13 March 2007
Whither CompUSA?
Mon 12 March 2007
Switching friends (to the Mac)
Mon 12 March 2007
Anyone, anyone? Bueller?
Sat 10 March 2007
Looks like the RIAA wants you to listen to broadcast radio
Fri 09 March 2007
"serious misuse" of surveillance power found in report
Thu 08 March 2007
Vonage found to have infringed VOIP patents
Thu 08 March 2007
Fortune calls Apple "America's Best Retialer"
Thu 08 March 2007
Microsoft announces HD Photo format
Mon 05 March 2007
USPTO to look to the internet for advice
Mon 05 March 2007
Apple ranks 7th most admired company
Sun 04 March 2007
Lunar eclipse pics
Sun 04 March 2007
Software customer support done right
Sun 04 March 2007
The patent system vs. real security
Sun 04 March 2007
US Governent agencies block Vista upgrades inside
Fri 16 February 2007
Power hungry computers not as hungry as expected
Mon 22 January 2007
United changes mileage expiration to 18 months
Fri 19 January 2007
More on Apple and SOX
Thu 18 January 2007
Thank you Sarbanes-Oxley!
Thu 18 January 2007
Apple blows out numbers (again)
Sun 14 January 2007
Can Municipal WiFi cause network neutrality?
Thu 11 January 2007
Lithium Corp. shows SNMP Management system
Thu 11 January 2007
iPhone name disputed by Cisco
Thu 11 January 2007
802.11n support on Apple Intel-based machines
Thu 11 January 2007
Axiotron ModBook is very cool
Wed 10 January 2007
Holding back at MacWorld
Wed 10 January 2007
David Pogue gets to touch an iPhone
Wed 10 January 2007
Apple TV and Tuners
Wed 10 January 2007
MacWorld expo Keynote recap
Fri 05 January 2007
Tablet Mac coming
Fri 05 January 2007
Adobe bringing Premier back to the Mac
Mon 25 December 2006
It's not to late to give your Mac a present!
Wed 20 December 2006
More goodies from MacSanta!
Wed 20 December 2006
Mac developers organize new guildelines
Tue 19 December 2006
MacSanta brings reduced price Mac software
Fri 15 December 2006
Looks like the terrorists will have to guess which cell to use too
Tue 12 December 2006
The scoop on media
Tue 05 December 2006
Canadian Post Office has got Santa's number
Tue 21 November 2006
Sex sells video games
Thu 16 November 2006
MacPro finally promoted to Numero Uno
Thu 16 November 2006
Leopard starts to show its spots
Wed 15 November 2006
Marsh pit, don't you mean mosh pit?
Tue 14 November 2006
Microsoft misses the point on backward compatibility
Sat 11 November 2006
Japanese "Get a Mac" ads
Sat 04 November 2006
CNet rates congress on tech
Sat 04 November 2006
The value of the Public Domain
Sat 04 November 2006
US Presidential speeches tag cloud
Sat 04 November 2006
First China pics up
Wed 01 November 2006
Politics and the English Language
Sat 28 October 2006
Net Neutrality "already taken care of"?
Fri 27 October 2006
Happy to be back in the 'States
Fri 15 September 2006
Princeton researchers take a look at voting machines
Fri 15 September 2006
Hard core hard drives for the Mac
Fri 15 September 2006
Zune?
Sun 10 September 2006
Xerox working on temporary paper
Fri 08 September 2006
That annoying clicking disk drive sound...
Tue 05 September 2006
Who writes Wikipedia?
Fri 01 September 2006
Crossover Mac beta starts
Wed 16 August 2006
Mac Pro ships
Tue 15 August 2006
Finally an internet speed test that I like
Mon 14 August 2006
WWDC 2006
Mon 14 August 2006
Wikipedia and the search for truth, er, verifiability
Mon 31 July 2006
Apple recalls MacBook Pro batteries
Fri 28 July 2006
Flip4Mac goes Universal!
Fri 28 July 2006
Back to school: classes online via iTunes U
Thu 27 July 2006
UK Customs searching laptops for porn
Sat 22 July 2006
"Portal" advertisement from Valve
Sat 22 July 2006
Apple announces great Q3 earnings
Tue 11 July 2006
Is Apple losing it's shine?
Tue 11 July 2006
Overview of green car technologies by Wired
Thu 06 July 2006
How much does your power pollute?
Thu 06 July 2006
Google hits the dictionaries
Wed 05 July 2006
Electronic Frontier Foundation profiled by Wired
Tue 04 July 2006
The fuss about Ubuntu
Wed 28 June 2006
So much data, why?
Wed 28 June 2006
Freedom hangs on by a vote
Tue 27 June 2006
iPod etymology
Mon 26 June 2006
RFID & DMCA, a frightening combination
Mon 26 June 2006
Review: An Inconvenient Truth
Mon 26 June 2006
Network neutrality is about control
Sun 25 June 2006
Hubble blind in one eye for now
Sun 25 June 2006
Scientist proclaims immaturity levels rising
Sun 25 June 2006
Review: Wordplay
Fri 23 June 2006
Mac defections irrelevant
Fri 23 June 2006
Pluto's Moons get names
Thu 22 June 2006
CS Monitor looks at 'docu-ganda' genre
Thu 22 June 2006
Hidden math in the Simpsons
Thu 22 June 2006
Volvo can run on... well darn near anything
Sat 20 May 2006
Review: The Da Vinci Code
Fri 19 May 2006
What price iPod?
Fri 19 May 2006
Apple's new Cube store unveiled in NYC
Fri 19 May 2006
More benchmark FUD debunked
Fri 19 May 2006
My patent issued
Fri 12 May 2006
Ohio University loses social security numbers
Wed 10 May 2006
"Mac users are better looking"
Mon 08 May 2006
Apple cleared to use Apple name/logo for tunes
Fri 05 May 2006
Review: Kinky Boots
Fri 05 May 2006
Software maker, Panic, doesn't panic over icon thefts
Thu 04 May 2006
Network World defends the Mac
Thu 04 May 2006
Post examines Apple's time to patch security holes
Wed 03 May 2006
Daring Fireball takes on Associated Press Mac Story
Wed 03 May 2006
Amazing model airplane feat
Tue 02 May 2006
Apple launches new Mac ad campaign
Sun 30 April 2006
Review: the W Hotel on Lexington in New York
Sun 30 April 2006
Review: United 93
Tue 25 April 2006
Hybrids pass muster in taxi test
Tue 25 April 2006
Philips sponsors magazine simplification
Mon 24 April 2006
Audi and the backseat espreso
Mon 24 April 2006
17" MacBook Pro now available
Mon 24 April 2006
Corgi introduces iCar
Sat 22 April 2006
Not all bugs are security problems
Sat 15 April 2006
Broadband stats revealed for 2005
Sat 15 April 2006
C-Span StudentCam winners announced
Fri 14 April 2006
DMCA effects after 7 years
Fri 14 April 2006
USA Today clearly doesn't get it
Thu 06 April 2006
Commercial Virtualization hits the Mac
Wed 05 April 2006
Why do you care about Boot Camp?
Wed 05 April 2006
Netflix joins the patent-abuse fray
Wed 05 April 2006
Now Apple will help you run XP on your Intel Mac
Sat 01 April 2006
GM learns what not to do on the net
Sat 01 April 2006
Google Romance
Fri 17 March 2006
It costs the US Economy...
Fri 17 March 2006
VPN from MacBook Pro
Fri 17 March 2006
Dual-boot is a reality
Thu 09 March 2006
ExtremeTech talks about Conroe
Fri 03 March 2006
ARS reviews MacBook Pro
Thu 02 March 2006
Apple releases security tweak aimed at recent malware
Wed 01 March 2006
LoadMyTracks GPS utility beta released
Wed 01 March 2006
Soybean-powered car steals the (auto) show
Wed 01 March 2006
NZ looks at open source software's legal implications
Tue 28 February 2006
Dan Brown sued over Da Vinci Code
Fri 24 February 2006
Google widgets available
Wed 22 February 2006
MacBook Pro disassembled
Wed 22 February 2006
Iron chef! (er, coder...)
Wed 22 February 2006
Latest update on Macintosh malware
Tue 21 February 2006
More on malicious code on the Macintosh
Mon 20 February 2006
Trouble setting Shadow Passwords in OSX Server
Sun 19 February 2006
Miller tracking down emails
Sun 19 February 2006
Apple ships my MacBook Pro
Fri 17 February 2006
Virus scares on the Mac
Wed 15 February 2006
Drake Hotel rolls back rate for romantic couple
Wed 15 February 2006
WoW guild includes tech movers and shakers
Mon 13 February 2006
Grants.gov disrespects Mac, UWisc tries to help
Mon 13 February 2006
Google wants an unfettered internet
Fri 10 February 2006
Wisconsin scientists build fastest digital camera
Fri 10 February 2006
Red Cross wants its symbol out of videogames
Fri 10 February 2006
EFF Warns of Google Desktop privacy issue
Fri 10 February 2006
Apple gives to open source developers
Wed 08 February 2006
World of Warcraft available for Intel Macintoshes
Thu 26 January 2006
Yet another iMac benchmark
Thu 26 January 2006
Linus nixes GPL3 over DRM provisions
Thu 26 January 2006
Google cache found legal
Thu 26 January 2006
Pogue Pleased with new iMac speed
Wed 25 January 2006
Apple drops fee for Aperture Universal upgrade
Wed 25 January 2006
What's the real scoop about the Intel iMac
Tue 24 January 2006
Bounty for Windows on Intel Mac dual boot rises
Tue 24 January 2006
iWork selling well
Mon 23 January 2006
Jan 23rd the worst day of the year?
Mon 23 January 2006
Google and Apple lead worldwide brands
Sun 22 January 2006
RIAA/MPAA try to legistlate \"customary historic use\"
Sun 22 January 2006
Review: Last Holiday
Sat 21 January 2006
British Medical Journal reports mobiles don't raise risk
Sat 21 January 2006
Did Steve bait Bill with the iPod?
Fri 20 January 2006
First Macworld iMac tests misinform
Tue 17 January 2006
Ars Technica reviews iMac Intel
Sun 15 January 2006
MIT scientist uses algae to clean coal emissions
Sun 15 January 2006
Review: Casonova
Sat 14 January 2006
ExpressCard/34?
Sat 14 January 2006
Are Apple's benchmarks misleading?
Tue 10 January 2006
Actual provides access to Access databases on the Macintosh
Tue 10 January 2006
Ink Services update? What does it mean?
Tue 10 January 2006
Live (sort of) from MacWorld
Sat 07 January 2006
Watson maker may again compete with Apple
Sat 07 January 2006
Review: Chronicles of Narnia
Sat 07 January 2006
Review: The Family Stone
Sat 07 January 2006
Review: Fun With Dick and Jane
Sat 07 January 2006
Review: Syriana
Sat 07 January 2006
Review: The Producers
Sat 07 January 2006
Most unexpected pairing of iPod with audio device
Thu 05 January 2006
Overview of Steve's Keynote style
Mon 26 December 2005
My Christmas present from Congress
Mon 26 December 2005
Mac Mini \"big ideas\"
Mon 26 December 2005
Happy Holidays!
Tue 20 December 2005
Nature proclaims Wikipedia nearly accurate as Britanica
Wed 30 November 2005
eBay case going to the Supreme Court
Tue 29 November 2005
Apple shipping Aperture
Tue 29 November 2005
TiVo to send video to PSP and iPod
Tue 15 November 2005
NewsMaps
Tue 08 November 2005
Pakistan still needs help
Fri 04 November 2005
Oracle unveils free database
Fri 04 November 2005
Akamai releases network news statistics
Tue 01 November 2005
Ars reviews Harman-Kardon Drive + Play
Sat 29 October 2005
Oracle reportedly working on Free version
Sat 29 October 2005
Apple's Airport wins PC Mag's Reader's Choice
Sun 23 October 2005
First test of Dual-core G5's
Fri 21 October 2005
Halloween Store in Reston
Fri 21 October 2005
Commander-in-Chief
Fri 21 October 2005
Apple goes Quad, requires reading glasses
Tue 18 October 2005
Apple's marketshare rises in 3Q05
Tue 18 October 2005
ClueTrust launches Cartographica.com
Thu 13 October 2005
Secrets of the new iMac
Thu 13 October 2005
iPod Video reaction
Wed 12 October 2005
Apple's 4Q Mac shipments up 48%
Tue 11 October 2005
Wallace and Gromit: the curse of the warehouse
Tue 27 September 2005
What's new in programming
Tue 27 September 2005
Spend or Invest?
Mon 26 September 2005
Everything's a circle
Mon 26 September 2005
State of the Code I
Mon 26 September 2005
Londoner arrested for having too much kit
Wed 10 August 2005
What's happened to the pages?
Wed 10 August 2005
Transitive CEO talks about Macs on Intel
Sun 07 August 2005
British car nut seeks iPod connector
Fri 15 July 2005
More Spamassassin hints for Tiger
Fri 15 July 2005
SCO tried and failed to find violations before
Thu 14 July 2005
Bladders rest as DC 30-minute rule is relaxed
Thu 14 July 2005
Congress to vote next week on permanent Patriot Act
Thu 14 July 2005
Early publishing of results may portend bad info
Thu 14 July 2005
Apple developers report impressive speed from Intel Macs
Thu 14 July 2005
Apple posts strong revenue growth
Tue 12 July 2005
BBC launches open source site
Tue 12 July 2005
Ars' take on the Apple Intel switch
Wed 06 July 2005
Unified software patents dead (for now) in Europe
Fri 01 July 2005
Quick mass installation of developer tools
Sat 25 June 2005
Why should you be a Mac programmer
Sat 25 June 2005
Secure POP and Tiger Server
Wed 22 June 2005
PowerPC still looking good for supercomputing
Tue 21 June 2005
Taking Tiger Server's spam protection up a notch
Tue 21 June 2005
Picture postage for Mac
Tue 21 June 2005
Stinky plant time!
Tue 21 June 2005
Why you shouldn't give away that info
Tue 21 June 2005
BBC building new video codec
Tue 21 June 2005
Chicago one-ups DC for parking annoyance
Mon 20 June 2005
Tiger Widget coolness
Sat 18 June 2005
Carbon Copy Cloner and 10.4
Sat 18 June 2005
10.3 to 10.4 server upgrade and mirrors
Fri 17 June 2005
Google knows stupidity
Mon 13 June 2005
Nokia to use Apple's Webcore in Model 60
Thu 09 June 2005
ArsTechnica maps Apple roadmap
Wed 08 June 2005
Joy of Tech and the Mac Intel stages
Mon 06 June 2005
Apple announces move to Intel chips
Sat 04 June 2005
Bill to \"Protect Innovation\" aims to kill muni WiFi
Sat 04 June 2005
CW beats SMS (that's Morse code beats Texting)
Sat 04 June 2005
Rampant speculation over PPC->Intel switch at Apple
Sat 04 June 2005
Infoworld gives Tiger and Server 9.5 and 9.3
Sat 04 June 2005
New nuke plants to be safer, smaller, and cheaper
Sat 04 June 2005
Anandtech analyzes G5 performance
Fri 03 June 2005
And so it begins...
Wed 01 June 2005
Initial reviews point at AMD over Intel in dual-core
Wed 01 June 2005
Airbus delays delivery of A380 up to 6 months
Wed 01 June 2005
Google's \"summer of code\"
Sat 28 May 2005
Orson Scott Card's impassioned plea
Sat 28 May 2005
Social engineering+trojan horse=LexisNexis
Sat 28 May 2005
Ground rules in the PC vs Mac war
Sat 28 May 2005
Japanese vs. Western toilets
Sat 28 May 2005
Intel quietly releases chipset with hardware DRM for M$
Fri 27 May 2005
Bank of America announces anti-phishing strategy
Thu 26 May 2005
Security expert switches his company to Macs
Thu 26 May 2005
Census bureau counts the vote
Wed 25 May 2005
Nokia announces Internet tablet
Wed 25 May 2005
Trolltech loses scent of SCO
Tue 24 May 2005
14 sane Senators leave filibuster as is
Tue 24 May 2005
Teenage \"Internet addiction\" and depression
Tue 24 May 2005
iRobot to tackle hard floors with Scooba
Mon 23 May 2005
Google+crime data=live Chicago mapping
Mon 23 May 2005
The world with many Microsofts?
Sun 22 May 2005
Wave of the future for power?
Sun 22 May 2005
Naperville, IL to require fingerprints for net access
Sun 22 May 2005
Star Wars:Episode III
Fri 20 May 2005
Walmart ceeds DVD rental to Netflix
Fri 20 May 2005
We're back from Scotland
Sat 30 April 2005
TigerDirect wants Tiger shipments stopped
Wed 27 April 2005
Feds may be considering more secure passport mechanism
Wed 27 April 2005
Microsoft unveils plans for PDF-killer in Longhorn
Tue 26 April 2005
T-Mobile offers street-level coverage maps
Mon 25 April 2005
Symantec keeps its word on SecurityFocus
Mon 25 April 2005
Tiger and Longhorn in the mainstream media
Thu 21 April 2005
10.3.9 and Security 2005-003 upgrades for Server and Mail
Wed 20 April 2005
WildPackets offering their products at a \"steal\"
Tue 19 April 2005
PSA on software patents
Fri 15 April 2005
Apple finance information
Sat 02 April 2005
April Fools jokes on the net
Thu 31 March 2005
TiVo lauches pop-up ads
Thu 31 March 2005
Travel groups come out against RFID passports
Thu 31 March 2005
Using plastics to refine steel
Thu 31 March 2005
IBM visualizes Wiki growth
Wed 30 March 2005
PocketMac releases Sony PSP Sync
Wed 30 March 2005
Sticking it to the copyright bullies
Wed 30 March 2005
ExtremeTech benches graphics price/performance
Wed 30 March 2005
Peter O'Toole slams Troy
Wed 30 March 2005
Blockbuster pledges to change \"No late fees\" advertising
Wed 30 March 2005
Hackers turn to the Mac
Sat 26 March 2005
Deep Impact is a bit out of focus
Tue 22 March 2005
FUD: Security Marketing 101
Mon 21 March 2005
Counting on cable and wireless
Fri 18 March 2005
Will HDTV shape careers?
Fri 18 March 2005
Birth of a hummingbird
Fri 18 March 2005
13 things that don't make sense
Fri 18 March 2005
Fly 'em if you've got them?
Thu 17 March 2005
The Vatican responds to the DaVinci Code
Wed 16 March 2005
External SATA specs debut
Wed 16 March 2005
AOL explains privacy stance on AIM/iChat
Wed 16 March 2005
Google X
Sat 12 March 2005
My latest patent published
Tue 08 March 2005
License to Ebay
Tue 08 March 2005
The Star Trek patent defense
Tue 08 March 2005
Life expectancy continues to extend in the US
Tue 08 March 2005
WKRP to remain off of DVD due to licensing
Tue 08 March 2005
Eartha Kitt still going strong at 78
Wed 02 March 2005
Potential juror recounts Jackson trial story
Tue 01 March 2005
Berry takes mock-award in style
Mon 28 February 2005
Gilmore and government travel policy
Fri 25 February 2005
Microsoft announces more intrusive anti-piracy policy
Fri 25 February 2005
Two-way radios a turn off to some Macs
Wed 23 February 2005
Massachusetts uses screens to keep traffic moving
Wed 23 February 2005
Cablevision gains ground in VOIP
Wed 23 February 2005
Arkansas mulls over \"grannycam\"
Wed 23 February 2005
Adobe ready to go the distance
Tue 22 February 2005
Lexmark's DMCA suit continues to look bleak
Sat 19 February 2005
Top 10 college info from MSN
Sat 19 February 2005
SHA-1 broken
Sat 19 February 2005
Ocean temperatures may show human global warming contribution
Sat 19 February 2005
Red light cameras still have red light in VA
Sat 19 February 2005
More direct breast cancer campaign
Sat 19 February 2005
MobilePC offers top 100 gadgets of all time
Sat 19 February 2005
NASA sets date for next shuttle launch
Fri 18 February 2005
Undersize me!
Fri 18 February 2005
Glucose monitoring watch gets US patent
Fri 18 February 2005
New Safari spoofing flaw
Fri 18 February 2005
Another step closer to graphics input nirvana
Fri 18 February 2005
Gmail goes wider
Thu 03 February 2005
The clueless review the Mac Mini
Wed 02 February 2005
Viagra may help altitude sickness
Wed 02 February 2005
Social Security situation under FactCheck.org scrutiny
Wed 02 February 2005
U of I rolls out XServe cluster
Fri 21 January 2005
If a satellite fell from the sky, would anyone notice?
Thu 20 January 2005
Mac Mini IT opinion
Thu 20 January 2005
World of Warcraft moves to limit new players
Tue 18 January 2005
Mac Mini installed in a car... coming soon
Tue 18 January 2005
Ukranian election overturn helped by secret police
Tue 18 January 2005
Initial benchmarks emerge for Macintosh Mini
Tue 18 January 2005
Siemens preparing to exit cell phone biz
Tue 18 January 2005
Dell questions Apple's long-term strategy
Mon 17 January 2005
Google looking for fiber?
Sun 16 January 2005
Review: In Good Company
Sun 16 January 2005
PC Magazine reviews VOIP
Sun 16 January 2005
Seattle Mac company uses coffee house as office
Sun 16 January 2005
Frontline special on Credit Cards
Sat 15 January 2005
FactCheck.org back in the game
Sat 15 January 2005
Massachusetts pushes for Open Formats
Fri 14 January 2005
1797 Treaty with Tripoli
Thu 13 January 2005
WHFS is off the air
Tue 11 January 2005
CBS cans 4 related to Bush Story
Tue 11 January 2005
Popular Science talks about DVD copy protection
Sat 08 January 2005
Bill Gates has a wee bit of trouble at CES
Sat 08 January 2005
DirecTV elaborates on HDTV plans
Thu 06 January 2005
Ham operator clocks best distance per watt
Thu 06 January 2005
You know you're successful when...
Thu 06 January 2005
Spicy food might fight Alzheimer's
Tue 04 January 2005
Review: The Aviator
Mon 03 January 2005
BBC hosts first-person stories from the tsunamis
Mon 03 January 2005
Review: Meet the Fockers
Mon 03 January 2005
Review: Christmas with the Kranks
Mon 03 January 2005
Review: Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Mon 03 January 2005
Review: Ocean's 12
Mon 03 January 2005
Tivo releases TivoToGo
Mon 03 January 2005
Islamic conference attendees detained for printing
Mon 03 January 2005
Steve is Sunday Times business person of the year
Sun 02 January 2005
Chicago happily gives homicide title up
Sun 02 January 2005
Samsung to offer zero dead pixel guarantee
Sun 02 January 2005
Gamer bottom 20
Sat 01 January 2005
Japan trumps US in aid pledge
Fri 31 December 2004
FBI looks into lasers (but not directly)
Fri 31 December 2004
Don't forget the general fund
Wed 29 December 2004
Other sites with tsunami relief
Wed 29 December 2004
Apple.com taken over by tsunamis
Sun 26 December 2004
In-dash ripper to debut at CES
Thu 23 December 2004
Airport Express USB port handy for IR control
Thu 23 December 2004
Gamer buys virtual land for cold-hard-cash
Thu 23 December 2004
How convenient...
Wed 22 December 2004
Weather Underground meteorologist bashes Crichton
Tue 21 December 2004
iPod for medical images
Sat 18 December 2004
Santa gets Canadian fighter escort
Tue 14 December 2004
Google get go-ahead to scan load of books
Sat 11 December 2004
Penn State encourages students to drop Internet Explorer
Wed 08 December 2004
IBM sells PC unit to Chinese company
Wed 08 December 2004
Are media activists dominating FCC complaints?
Wed 08 December 2004
Tight pants break cell phones
Tue 07 December 2004
Banking sites still vulnerable
Tue 07 December 2004
US Students middle of the industrialized pack
Tue 07 December 2004
French airport police lose explosives
Tue 07 December 2004
Oracle uses XServe RAID
Mon 06 December 2004
Got milk? Not for my dime!
Mon 06 December 2004
A taste of the Caribbean
Mon 06 December 2004
NY Times article explains FDA funding mess
Mon 06 December 2004
Take your weather underground
Sun 05 December 2004
NWS offers RSS feeds of Weather Alerts
Sun 05 December 2004
Sonnet introduces internal/external SATA card for Macs
Sun 21 November 2004
RendezvousVPN allows sharing of Rendezvous networks
Sun 21 November 2004
Using XCode for embedded development
Sat 20 November 2004
FCC approves first software defined radio
Sun 07 November 2004
Is microsoft claiming ownership of the Internet?
Fri 29 October 2004
The Economist endorses a candidate
Fri 29 October 2004
Keep your Macintosh safe, the NSA way
Mon 25 October 2004
Macintosh GPS petition
Fri 22 October 2004
RFID Passports... another bad idea
Wed 13 October 2004
Dantz acquired by EMC
Sat 09 October 2004
Book Review: Churchill's Folly
Sat 09 October 2004
Is the no-fly list intentionally bad?
Sat 09 October 2004
New coral solution may be shocking
Sat 09 October 2004
The downside of unique naming
Thu 07 October 2004
Apple hole leaves OSX management open to snooping
Thu 07 October 2004
Another bad use for RFID
Thu 07 October 2004
Gamers and their alter egos
Thu 07 October 2004
Outsourcing as a product of education
Thu 07 October 2004
Fix that parking ticket online
Wed 06 October 2004
Adobe aims to standardize \"digital negatives\"
Wed 06 October 2004
IBM to give away G5's and Prius to promote PPC Linux
Wed 06 October 2004
AT&T considering dumping windows
Wed 06 October 2004
Chicago love letter
Wed 06 October 2004
OS X-box?
Tue 05 October 2004
Will the human form be Pixar's undoing?
Tue 05 October 2004
T-Mobile adds 802.1X security to hotspots
Tue 05 October 2004
Electoral college and the popular vote
Mon 04 October 2004
More disturbing patent problems
Mon 04 October 2004
Virgin to launch into space
Mon 04 October 2004
SpaceShipOne tracked by schools
Sat 11 September 2004
DirecTV buys into HD... can you say 1500 channels?
Sat 11 September 2004
Cooking for Engineers
Sat 11 September 2004
Where can you vote for a third party?
Tue 31 August 2004
Skype beta available for OS X
Tue 31 August 2004
iMac G5 announced in Paris
Sat 28 August 2004
Linux writer advocates Mac as less expensive
Fri 27 August 2004
HP gives away Macs in \"extreme makeover\" promotion
Wed 25 August 2004
Another take on the Apple Chameleon patent
Tue 24 August 2004
Apple customer satisfaction numbers top the industry
Thu 19 August 2004
New MMOG player counts out
Thu 19 August 2004
PowerBook G4 15\" Battery recall
Wed 18 August 2004
New population statistics available
Thu 12 August 2004
HD Olympics on local, DirecTV, and Echostar
Thu 12 August 2004
UK gives OK to human embryo cloning for research
Thu 12 August 2004
Firewire still going strong
Wed 11 August 2004
O'Reilly tests virtual textbooks
Wed 11 August 2004
National Geographic releases Forces of Nature
Tue 10 August 2004
iTunes store tops 1 million songs
Tue 10 August 2004
Old patents found
Tue 10 August 2004
Study: exercising the brain may help ward off alzheimer's
Mon 09 August 2004
You're violating my first amendment rights!
Fri 06 August 2004
Asterisk available for OS X
Thu 05 August 2004
Microsoft posts XP Service Pack 2 requirements
Thu 05 August 2004
US tries to export DMCA to Australia
Thu 05 August 2004
Spring Bush slight lands town Kerry in August
Thu 05 August 2004
Busy FCC rules on Tivo sharing and cell phone spam
Wed 04 August 2004
Steve's cancer sparks concern in Macintosh community
Wed 04 August 2004
Apple special in Business Week
Tue 03 August 2004
Airport Express first thoughts
Tue 03 August 2004
Would you walk 10 miles for a Big Mac?
Tue 03 August 2004
Online search for John/Jane Does
Tue 03 August 2004
Apple tops PC Magazine satisfaction survey... again
Mon 02 August 2004
OK A&E you got some 'splainin' to do
Mon 02 August 2004
Netflix expenses rise and competitors mount
Mon 02 August 2004
CNet looks at Kerry's record on tech
Mon 02 August 2004
Apple CEO undergoes successful cancer surgery
Fri 30 July 2004
John Kerry's address
Fri 30 July 2004
Low-cost image organizing and slide-show software
Thu 29 July 2004
Fuel-cell car? Sell excess electricity back to the grid
Thu 29 July 2004
Alpine releases info on iPod interface kit
Thu 29 July 2004
Miss Obama? See him online
Thu 29 July 2004
Bob Edwards to return to radio, via Satellite
Thu 29 July 2004
John Edwards takes the podium
Thu 29 July 2004
Wouldn't Woody be annoyed!
Thu 29 July 2004
IBM preparing dual-core G5
Thu 29 July 2004
School shakeup in Chicago to dipose unions in some schools
Wed 28 July 2004
Monday at the DNC
Wed 28 July 2004
Two teams ready to go for XPrize
Wed 28 July 2004
Microsoft delays 64-bit Windows
Tue 27 July 2004
NASA redesigns external tank fitting for shuttle
Mon 26 July 2004
Apple puts iTunes on Motorola phones
Mon 26 July 2004
Seagate ups retail drive warrantees
Mon 26 July 2004
RealNetworks to land tunes on iPod
Mon 26 July 2004
Peter Gabriel on digital music
Mon 26 July 2004
Syrian musician update
Sat 24 July 2004
Musicians or Terrorists?
Sat 24 July 2004
Hi-tech \"security risk\" Coke can under X-Ray
Fri 23 July 2004
Famous Mostar bridge rebuilt
Fri 23 July 2004
Review: I, Robot
Fri 23 July 2004
Tour de France tech failures
Thu 22 July 2004
3 cellular carriers agree to more disclosure
Thu 22 July 2004
Copyright registrar to endorse INDUCE act
Wed 21 July 2004
Of Microsoft's dividend payout
Tue 20 July 2004
Fiber to the Home may yet be in the cards
Tue 20 July 2004
Phishing trip at major banks causes security problems
Tue 20 July 2004
With new release, PHP has no intention to go GPL
Mon 19 July 2004
Lindows paid off by Microsoft
Mon 19 July 2004
DaVinci code draws tourists to Scotish chapel
Sun 18 July 2004
Cell phones and planes do mix afterall
Sun 18 July 2004
Dvorak discusses shutting down Microsoft
Sat 17 July 2004
Lexus your editing station
Thu 15 July 2004
Apple results improve on strong iPod sales
Thu 15 July 2004
Initial Airport Express feedback is good
Thu 15 July 2004
Review: Spidey has heart, concentrates on namesake
Wed 14 July 2004
Kentucky's hated plate wins national award
Wed 14 July 2004
KY woman thwarts FL robbery over web
Wed 14 July 2004
Tennessee to track sex offenders with GPS
Wed 14 July 2004
MacWorld Boston may not be a flop
Tue 13 July 2004
Real-time telemetry on some Tour riders
Mon 12 July 2004
iPod pushes WMA off of Audio CDs
Sat 10 July 2004
Paulsen Clan gets larger
Tue 29 June 2004
A tale of two developer's attitudes
Thu 24 June 2004
Rediculous INDUCE act with commentary
Thu 24 June 2004
XGrid agent comes to Linux (and other unixes)
Wed 23 June 2004
iTunes Music Store sells 800,000 songs in Europe
Mon 21 June 2004
Apple toots own horn at congressional security hearing
Mon 21 June 2004
US commercial space vehicles
Mon 21 June 2004
Space Ship One orbital test flight today (CNN)
Sat 19 June 2004
DRM talk to Microsoft
Sat 19 June 2004
Infoworld compares 64-bit platforms to Xeon for servers
Mon 07 June 2004
Sony's circuitous IP attack on Apple?
Mon 07 June 2004
OQO shows off pocket Windows XP machine
Fri 04 June 2004
Xerox Phaser 8400 printer
Fri 04 June 2004
Alias releases SketchBook Pro for the Mac
Fri 04 June 2004
Back from the honeymoon
Wed 05 May 2004
DirecTV launches additional satellite using SeaLaunch
Wed 05 May 2004
AMD beats Intel in CPU sales
Thu 29 April 2004
The parking lot ate my car
Thu 29 April 2004
BBC tipping guide
Sun 25 April 2004
Fuel Cells are starting to be available
Tue 20 April 2004
Internet hatred
Tue 20 April 2004
The future of DVD production
Mon 19 April 2004
Bush ads show up as video games
Thu 15 April 2004
iPod leads way to profits for Apple
Thu 15 April 2004
Sir Tim wins Millennium Technology Prize
Wed 14 April 2004
nVidia doubles performance to retake graphics title
Wed 14 April 2004
Gosling defends Sun's settlement with Microsoft
Wed 14 April 2004
Australian DMV switches to Macs
Mon 12 April 2004
Public records and privacy
Mon 12 April 2004
Review: The whole 5 yards?
Sun 11 April 2004
Improved PDF plugin for MacOS X
Sun 11 April 2004
Mac virus threat denounced
Sun 11 April 2004
Mars lander missions extended by 5 months
Sun 11 April 2004
Life as a car salesman
Sun 04 April 2004
Kurt & Donna's wedding photos
Mon 29 March 2004
Experimental jet exceeds Mach 7
Sat 27 March 2004
20-minute, saliva-based HIV test approved
Sat 27 March 2004
Environmentalism survives at the local level
Sat 27 March 2004
Don't monkey around with your car
Thu 25 March 2004
Passionate response to Mel Gibson
Tue 23 March 2004
Spelling checker causes political row in Scotland
Tue 23 March 2004
Star Wars trilogy DVD box set pictures
Tue 23 March 2004
Vonage phone dialer for Mac
Sun 21 March 2004
McPaper has a McTruth problem
Sun 21 March 2004
All fired up about the Apostrophe
Sun 21 March 2004
Apple gives people a chance to talk to OS 10.4
Sun 21 March 2004
Good for crime fighting, bad for the locker room
Sun 21 March 2004
iTunes at 50M, but probably not hitting 100 by April 30
Sun 21 March 2004
Kurt's 64-bit Windows experience
Thu 18 March 2004
iPodRace
Mon 15 March 2004
Pixar switching to Macs
Thu 11 March 2004
Neoconservatives, intelligence and the pentagon
Thu 11 March 2004
Privacy rights and terror
Sun 07 March 2004
Lucy in the Sky With Shatner video
Fri 05 March 2004
SSL for Panther Server mail
Sun 22 February 2004
UK spy agency expands 50%
Sun 22 February 2004
Klingon software quality assurance
Sat 21 February 2004
iPod Mini reviewed by Washington Post
Thu 19 February 2004
Ralph don't run
Thu 19 February 2004
Apple secrecy blamed for PalmSource decision
Mon 16 February 2004
An Apple for the scientist
Fri 13 February 2004
Arnold still tries to \"keep it real\"
Fri 13 February 2004
Brosnan cuts his Bond tenure to 4
Thu 12 February 2004
Unreal Tournament 2004 beta posted
Wed 11 February 2004
Whitehouse.com changing hands
Wed 11 February 2004
Star Wars trilogy DVD to come out this fall
Wed 11 February 2004
CSM on Burt Rutan
Wed 11 February 2004
Hubble hobbled
Wed 11 February 2004
StupidSecurity hilights Canadian border problem
Wed 11 February 2004
Windows ASN.1 Vulnerability patch required
Wed 11 February 2004
American Apparel's strange mix
Wed 11 February 2004
Superbowl Zoom detailed
Wed 11 February 2004
Upcoming Palm device won't include Mac sync
Wed 11 February 2004
Clark out
Wed 11 February 2004
OnTheIssues snapshots each candidate
Tue 10 February 2004
Verisign sets sites on 'Finder again
Mon 09 February 2004
Drug price discrimination a good thing?
Mon 09 February 2004
Man sues spammers for lack of ability to produce results
Mon 09 February 2004
Dean campaign readies \"switcher\" ads
Sun 08 February 2004
Published SCO complaint points at files
Sat 07 February 2004
Orange M&M's found in South Carolina
Sat 07 February 2004
UVA moves to cut tuition costs
Sat 07 February 2004
SCO widens lawsuit against IBM
Sat 07 February 2004
Is the web helping kids learn to write?
Sat 07 February 2004
Samsung tests Satellite TV phone chip for Japan
Thu 05 February 2004
Apple adds interoperability to iChat's Video
Thu 05 February 2004
Apple adds Bluetooth headset and printer support
Thu 05 February 2004
Barbers train to talk about Prostate Cancer
Thu 05 February 2004
Counterfeit Contraceptives
Thu 05 February 2004
Sex and videogames hit the mainstream in the UK
Thu 05 February 2004
NASA continues their Mars explorations
Thu 05 February 2004
Johnson book and film questioned
Thu 05 February 2004
Microsoft offers users a chance to try 64-bit Windows
Thu 05 February 2004
Courier bansihed from the State Department
Thu 05 February 2004
Half-life 2 gets closer (but farther away)
Sun 01 February 2004
Washington Post reviews Microsoft Smart Watch
Sun 01 February 2004
Mac-based 3D program gets renderer
Sun 01 February 2004
Flawed intelligence investigated
Sun 01 February 2004
Car Talk gets (rid of) Real, switches to WMP
Sun 01 February 2004
IBM pushes Linux agenda on TV
Sun 01 February 2004
What do eight-year-olds think about classic rock?
Sun 01 February 2004
Columbia after a year
Sat 31 January 2004
Clear Channels new traffic reports in Chicago not clear at all
Sat 31 January 2004
G5 turned PC is a hoax
Fri 30 January 2004
Wired talks to a Spirit designer/debugger
Fri 30 January 2004
The Bad Astronomer
Fri 30 January 2004
DSL vs. Cable war heats up over limits
Fri 30 January 2004
LOTR nitpicker's guide
Wed 28 January 2004
Amtrak adding more WiFi to stations
Wed 28 January 2004
Best Western to offer free Internet
Wed 28 January 2004
Worldwide corporate scandals
Wed 28 January 2004
Assault begins on the Patriot Act
Wed 28 January 2004
Peter Gabriel stumps for new music models
Wed 28 January 2004
Atheros, readying for IPO, prepares single-chip 802.11g
Wed 28 January 2004
Washington Post reviews GarageBand
Wed 28 January 2004
IBM cuts power of G5 with 90nm process
Tue 27 January 2004
SCO writes to congress of OpenSource threat to US
Tue 27 January 2004
Follow-up: Mike Rowe settles with Microsoft
Mon 26 January 2004
The airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow
Sat 24 January 2004
Of fast food and health
Sat 24 January 2004
MoveOn ad rejected, group benefits
Sat 24 January 2004
Happy 20th Anniversary Macintosh
Sat 24 January 2004
With a name like Can Spam, what did you expect
Sat 24 January 2004
Rover sends some intelligible data
Fri 23 January 2004
Recently filed patents reflect Microsoft's strategies
Fri 23 January 2004
Martians say, \"Stay away!\"
Fri 23 January 2004
Virtual piano keyboard for Garage Band
Thu 22 January 2004
Candidate Clark's sweater up for charity auction
Thu 22 January 2004
Nimoy and Shatner in new Priceline.com spots
Thu 22 January 2004
NASA leaves Hubble to fend for itself
Thu 22 January 2004
iPhoto 4:Bigger, stronger, faster
Thu 22 January 2004
SCO sues to get Novell's UNIX copyrights
Thu 22 January 2004
No privacy for sperm donors in Britain
Wed 21 January 2004
Is iMovie a ticket to Sundance?
Tue 20 January 2004
New Pixar short preview available
Tue 20 January 2004
Mike Rowe threatened by Microsoft
Tue 20 January 2004
European Mars Express maps the red planet
Tue 20 January 2004
Nervous engineers go to Mars
Tue 20 January 2004
Big buildings, little use
Fri 16 January 2004
US cold on WHO obesity report
Fri 16 January 2004
Kiwi Environmentalism
Fri 16 January 2004
Cool iCal feature - multiple alarms
Fri 16 January 2004
Who let the rover out?
Thu 15 January 2004
Health care application denied because of baldness
Thu 15 January 2004
Voting rights not the only right missing in DC
Thu 15 January 2004
White House approach under construction
Thu 15 January 2004
House's windows are shades, speakers, displays
Thu 15 January 2004
Looking at Mars on your desktop
Thu 15 January 2004
Of Music, \"standards\" and \"choice\"
Wed 14 January 2004
British government thinks mobile phones are safe
Wed 14 January 2004
Geekiest jackets just got geekier
Wed 14 January 2004
Tog likes Panther, sort of
Wed 14 January 2004
Review: Big Fish
Wed 14 January 2004
Review: Calendar Girls
Wed 14 January 2004
Kodak to stop selling reloadable film cameras in the US
Wed 14 January 2004
Mars rover gets itinerary and green light
Wed 14 January 2004
Online music pales in comparison to cell phone tunes
Wed 14 January 2004
Latest in the SCO/IBM/Linux saga
Wed 14 January 2004
RFID registry to be run by Verisign
Fri 09 January 2004
Film version of \"The Producers\" coming... again
Fri 09 January 2004
Wild salmon may be better than farmed
Fri 09 January 2004
Simultaneous Movie/Net release of film in 2004
Fri 09 January 2004
Lawyer stopped for radioactivity
Mon 05 January 2004
MacWorld Keynote viewing
Sun 04 January 2004
Mars rover \"Spirit\" lands safely
Sun 04 January 2004
InfoWorld gives G5, Panther, Panther Server high marks
Sun 04 January 2004
Intelliscanner makes home video inventory easy
Fri 02 January 2004
Gaige and Carol to be married
Fri 02 January 2004
Fish and airport security
Mon 29 December 2003
Scaled Composites breaks the sound barrier
Mon 29 December 2003
2 year old model pursues city after running into railing
Thu 25 December 2003
Wet Washington
Thu 25 December 2003
The Limits of Innovation
Thu 25 December 2003
Merry Christmas!
Mon 22 December 2003
SCO claims headers, Linus says \"No!\"
Sun 21 December 2003
South Carolina as a key election state
Sun 21 December 2003
BAFTA award voting stopped
Sun 21 December 2003
Python scripting for OS X
Sun 21 December 2003
Fusion reactor site under consideration
Sat 20 December 2003
Basic guide to FileVault
Fri 19 December 2003
Verizon beats RIAA in privacy case
Fri 19 December 2003
Paul Allen backs SS1 XPrize entrant
Fri 19 December 2003
Cool new iSight mount
Fri 19 December 2003
Wal-mart's new music service for 88 cents/song
Fri 19 December 2003
Adobe tilts at the eBook windmill again
Fri 19 December 2003
Extremetech mobile GPU shootout
Fri 19 December 2003
Volunteerism on the rise
Fri 19 December 2003
Straight talking vs. fact checking
Fri 19 December 2003
Profile of coffee house WiFi workers
Fri 19 December 2003
Vonage now offering Canadian numbers
Tue 16 December 2003
Air and Space Museum Annex
Tue 16 December 2003
Macintosh security debate
Tue 16 December 2003
Video of Tokyo Apple Store's opening day line
Tue 16 December 2003
Gigapixel image debut
Tue 16 December 2003
T-Mobile and iPass sign WiFi roaming agreement
Sat 13 December 2003
Disintermediation and Politics
Sat 13 December 2003
Canada OKs P2P file downloads, taxes MP3 players
Fri 12 December 2003
Sir Mick of the Stones
Fri 12 December 2003
Virginia arrests Spammer from North Carolina
Fri 12 December 2003
Toll or surveillance device?
Fri 12 December 2003
A long absence ended
Fri 14 November 2003
Review: Matrix Revolutions
Mon 10 November 2003
New Zealand trip diary
Wed 29 October 2003
Wacky SCO folks say GPL is bunk
Wed 29 October 2003
LoC grants minimal exemptions to the DMCA
Wed 29 October 2003
Updated pictures on Grand Canyon site
Wed 22 October 2003
George Washington's whiskey rides again
Tue 21 October 2003
Warfare at the speed of light
Tue 21 October 2003
Day of the Weasel poll results in
Mon 20 October 2003
iTunes for Windows hits 1 million downloads
Sun 19 October 2003
Up to their level or down to ours?
Sun 19 October 2003
1990's investment and 2000's recovery
Sat 18 October 2003
Review: Runaway Jury
Sat 18 October 2003
Nebraska county court rules father shouldn't \"speak Hispanic\"
Sat 18 October 2003
Vonage prevails in Minnesota VoIP regulation case
Fri 17 October 2003
Verisign sells off Network Solutions
Fri 17 October 2003
Fastap keyboard for mobiles
Fri 17 October 2003
10,000th free book published by Project Gutenberg
Fri 17 October 2003
SCO announces $50M investment
Thu 16 October 2003
iTunes Music Service goes Windows
Thu 16 October 2003
iTunes & iPod updates
Tue 14 October 2003
Fingerprint discoverer gets a monument
Tue 14 October 2003
Fetus had two mommies and a daddy
Mon 13 October 2003
Sharp debuts 3D laptop
Sat 11 October 2003
Will cable be forced to compete?
Sat 11 October 2003
Bluetooth barcode readers
Sat 11 October 2003
Of carpenters and movie piracy
Sat 11 October 2003
MPAA's no DVD decree could hurt indies at Oscars
Fri 10 October 2003
Explora experience in Patagonia
Fri 10 October 2003
Panther event at Apple Store on Oct. 24
Fri 10 October 2003
Apple updates iCal and iSync
Fri 10 October 2003
CNet author finds himself under FBI's gaze
Wed 01 October 2003
British embryo joint consent ruling stands
Wed 01 October 2003
In bad traffic, we're number 3
Wed 01 October 2003
Textbooks in the new Iraq
Wed 01 October 2003
QTopia Desktop available for the Mac
Wed 01 October 2003
Return of the King trailer posted
Wed 01 October 2003
Government's open-source support moves to Mass.
Wed 01 October 2003
California moves to tax (er, license) VoIP \"carriers\"
Wed 01 October 2003
Network Solutions and Internet Privacy?
Tue 30 September 2003
Extreme pumpkin carving
Tue 30 September 2003
One man's small victory in the war on spam
Tue 30 September 2003
Latest RIAA settlements and admissions
Tue 30 September 2003
On eve of Chilean wedding, divorce inches closer
Tue 30 September 2003
Turning troubled waste into (black) gold
Tue 30 September 2003
RFID tags to help visually impaired
Tue 30 September 2003
Patriot Act's use expands to accosting reporters about hackers
Tue 30 September 2003
Paper on Google File System infrastructure available
Mon 29 September 2003
IBM adds to SCO counterclaims
Mon 29 September 2003
Network Solutions sued over SiteFinder
Thu 25 September 2003
HP indemnifies their support customers against SCO
Thu 25 September 2003
RIAA sues wrong person
Tue 23 September 2003
Apple 10.2.8 update released -- fixes ssh problem
Tue 23 September 2003
G5 is here!
Mon 22 September 2003
Capacity caps on high-speed internet use expand
Mon 22 September 2003
Microsoft ATM? Unfortunately, it's likely
Mon 22 September 2003
Bolts and being observant not cheap
Mon 22 September 2003
Power beats PowerMac (just barely)
Sat 20 September 2003
Power vs. PowerPC
Sat 20 September 2003
PC Magazine gives G5 high marks for performance
Sat 20 September 2003
Virginia Tech posts more info on the Terascale Cluster
Sat 20 September 2003
ISO seeks fees for the use of country codes
Fri 19 September 2003
Hurricane Isabel hits NoVA
Thu 18 September 2003
TIA dies in committee
Thu 18 September 2003
What info is Verisign getting from your typos?
Thu 18 September 2003
National media finally catches on to PATRIOT act abuses
Thu 18 September 2003
Bono uses stick and carrot with Bush over AIDS
Thu 18 September 2003
Real-world Photoshop scores show G5 performance
Thu 18 September 2003
Barefeats benchmarks new Apple PowerBooks
Thu 18 September 2003
OSX no longer immune to net attack
Wed 17 September 2003
SCO 10-Q shows decline in revenues, except licensing
Wed 17 September 2003
SBC continues to hold out against RIAA subpoenas
Tue 16 September 2003
Want free file sharing? Move to Canada
Tue 16 September 2003
One author's take on MP3's
Tue 16 September 2003
RIAA lacks support of some artists
Tue 16 September 2003
Movie piracy: problem or advertising?
Tue 16 September 2003
Girls more likely to go to college
Tue 16 September 2003
The worst jobs in science
Tue 16 September 2003
JetBlue to be CAPPS II guinea pig
Tue 16 September 2003
G5 crushes Intel at fluid dynamics
Tue 16 September 2003
Verisign steals the rest of the Internet
Tue 16 September 2003
Apple announces PowerBook revisions and more
Sun 14 September 2003
Will Lotus Notes save Microsoft $.5B?
Sun 14 September 2003
Microsoft and governments face off
Sun 14 September 2003
Does SCO know?
Sun 14 September 2003
Texas death row witness discusses the practice
Sun 14 September 2003
Forensic expert believes TV shows may jeopardize justice
Sun 14 September 2003
State AGs launch Microsoft-Antitrust.gov
Sun 14 September 2003
InfoWorld CTO judges OS X \"enterprise worthy\"
Sun 14 September 2003
Former Iraqi foreign minister chimes in on G5 shipments
Fri 12 September 2003
The benefits of having no track record
Fri 12 September 2003
RIAA \"amnesty\" program under attack
Thu 11 September 2003
Bush sets sights on our freedoms
Thu 11 September 2003
UK company launches interesting fundraising campaign
Thu 11 September 2003
NIST looks at CD/DVD use as archive material
Thu 11 September 2003
ATI stomps nVidia in Half Life 2 benchmarks
Thu 11 September 2003
Is Enterprise picking up Trek mantle
Thu 11 September 2003
School \"Looping\" gaining new interest
Thu 11 September 2003
Linux community responds to latest SCO letter
Thu 11 September 2003
Anti-DMCA feelings increase
Thu 11 September 2003
Good X Prize overview article
Wed 10 September 2003
Gaige makes list of 1000 top baby names for 3rd year
Wed 10 September 2003
Spammer retracts lawsuit, but defendants sue on
Wed 10 September 2003
Edward Teller dies at 95
Wed 10 September 2003
Autodesk steps toward the Macintosh
Wed 10 September 2003
Site-blocking suspended in Pennsylvania
Wed 10 September 2003
RIAA \"settles\" with 12 year old for $2,000
Tue 09 September 2003
Judge rules that pop-ups are annoying but allowed
Tue 09 September 2003
Battered SCO on the warpath again
Tue 09 September 2003
Anatomy of an RIAA prosecution
Tue 09 September 2003
T-mobile adds Delta Crown Rooms to list of hot spots
Mon 08 September 2003
Apple's iTunes serves up 10 millionth song
Mon 08 September 2003
USA Patriot act questioned
Mon 08 September 2003
Apple ups iMac speeds, adds USB 2.0, new iPods
Mon 08 September 2003
Microsoft doesn't like Asia's answer to Windows' problems
Mon 08 September 2003
Scientists confuse their drugs in the lab
Mon 08 September 2003
RIAA to offer amnesty program
Mon 08 September 2003
Latest MMOG numbers put SWG at >125,000
Mon 08 September 2003
What you are not seeing on Google
Fri 05 September 2003
Symantec to raise anti-virus update fee
Fri 05 September 2003
Music industry begins to crack on pricing
Thu 04 September 2003
Marshall Fund study finds Europe questions US leadership
Thu 04 September 2003
Amphibious car fast on land and water
Thu 04 September 2003
White House to resume tours
Wed 03 September 2003
Whistler gets Wireless
Wed 03 September 2003
'Stones on 'Tunes
Wed 03 September 2003
Al Jazeera reopens English website
Wed 03 September 2003
Virginia Tech reportedly building G5 based supercomputer
Wed 03 September 2003
Planet PDF offers free classic literature online
Wed 03 September 2003
XBox Emulator for PCs released
Wed 03 September 2003
Can RSS help stop SPAM?
Wed 03 September 2003
Case Western Reserve unveils largest public WiFi net
Wed 03 September 2003
Howard Dean takes after Apple's Switch campaign
Wed 03 September 2003
G5 Dual delays
Tue 02 September 2003
Microsoft continues plan to lock down documents
Fri 29 August 2003
OSX, Linux added to OMB supported list
Fri 29 August 2003
VirtualPC not compatible with G5
Fri 29 August 2003
Microsoft to use non-Windows web for backup
Wed 27 August 2003
Back in town
Mon 11 August 2003
Perry, isn't he an actor?
Mon 11 August 2003
Oyez! Supreme Court online
Mon 11 August 2003
Hands off my laptop!
Mon 11 August 2003
Virus saves UK man from jail
Sun 10 August 2003
14-year old kicks the world's grass
Sun 10 August 2003
SpaceShipOne passes first glide test
Sun 10 August 2003
FreeBSD Ports tricks
Sun 10 August 2003
Hottest day on record for UK
Fri 08 August 2003
Ebert defends Whale Rider against PG-13
Fri 08 August 2003
Unratified US Constitutional Amendments
Fri 08 August 2003
British scouts launch new IT merit badge
Thu 07 August 2003
Bluetooth headset roundup
Thu 07 August 2003
Be careful when kicking a sleeping giant
Thu 07 August 2003
Sun describes OS X MIDP development
Thu 07 August 2003
Another piece of aviation history lands at Dulles
Thu 07 August 2003
Dude, your printing some cash...
Thu 07 August 2003
Mike Hawash pleads guilty to conspiracy
Thu 07 August 2003
\"MATRIX\" to provide TIA-like capabilities to states
Thu 07 August 2003
SCO wants money from TiVO, Zaurus users
Thu 07 August 2003
US Navy to use Linux XServes aboard subs
Thu 07 August 2003
EU gives final chance to Microsoft
Wed 06 August 2003
Stupid security site
Wed 06 August 2003
Find your WiFi
Wed 06 August 2003
Millions moving to cellular only
Wed 06 August 2003
Man jailed for posting bomb info on web
Wed 06 August 2003
Anabashed SCO sets rediculous licensing prices
Wed 06 August 2003
All the Presidents Movies
Tue 05 August 2003
Where is your name popular
Tue 05 August 2003
Everybody should be running for Governor
Mon 04 August 2003
Lexar 4GB CFII card released
Sun 03 August 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Meshes papers
Sun 03 August 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Dynamics papers
Sun 03 August 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Design and Depiction papers
Sun 03 August 2003
Review: Seabiscuit
Sun 03 August 2003
Back out of the saddle again
Sun 03 August 2003
One kindey for you, and one for you,...
Sun 03 August 2003
Gibson's film draws creates problems 7 months before release
Sun 03 August 2003
Pew Forum releases poll on religion and politics
Sun 03 August 2003
Rational WMD theory emerges
Sat 02 August 2003
Latest Panther info
Sat 02 August 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Scattering and Reflection Measurement papers
Sat 02 August 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Day 5
Sat 02 August 2003
Belgians back off from prosecuting the world
Fri 01 August 2003
Movie making software for the P800
Fri 01 August 2003
Harvard to put up Nuremberg trial documents online
Fri 01 August 2003
RIAA questioned by Senator
Fri 01 August 2003
Homeland security looks to fund a billion in research
Thu 31 July 2003
MIT research says random searches could improve security
Thu 31 July 2003
OpenGL 1.5 announced
Thu 31 July 2003
Baby Bells continue to fight for your privacy
Thu 31 July 2003
Virginia plans to extend Metro sysem anyway
Thu 31 July 2003
NASA finds decrease in ozone depletion
Thu 31 July 2003
MovieFest: SIGGRAPH 2003 Electronic Theater
Thu 31 July 2003
Finding nemo breaks into top ten
Thu 31 July 2003
More bad news for BuyMusic.com
Thu 31 July 2003
Rolling Stones use WiFi on the road
Thu 31 July 2003
ACLU, Muslim groups take USA Patriot Act to court
Thu 31 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Modeling and Simplification papers
Thu 31 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Points papers
Wed 30 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Light Fields & Visibility papers
Wed 30 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Human Bodies papers
Wed 30 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Day four: Brain Full!
Wed 30 July 2003
Quark 6 demo for Mac now available
Wed 30 July 2003
SSH for P800 phone... and more
Wed 30 July 2003
José Padilla's day in court?
Wed 30 July 2003
Python 2.3 released
Wed 30 July 2003
arstechnica launches Mac column
Wed 30 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Character Animation papers
Wed 30 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Visualization and Printing
Wed 30 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Shadow Papers
Wed 30 July 2003
Al Qaeda hijacking plans released, but why?
Wed 30 July 2003
Political insider takes RIAA's top post
Tue 29 July 2003
Fox to unveil \"Who wants to write a linux driver\"
Tue 29 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Day three
Tue 29 July 2003
FBI internet wiretap proposal doesn't make sense
Tue 29 July 2003
Racial questions lead to coroner's inquest in Florida
Tue 29 July 2003
Salt poisoner gets 4 years
Tue 29 July 2003
Star Trek's Jeffries Tube namesake dies
Mon 28 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Day two - Textures, Video, and
Mon 28 July 2003
Iraqi's taste internet freedom with a little indigestion
Mon 28 July 2003
Privacy tide may be turning
Mon 28 July 2003
BuyMusic.com's rush shows
Mon 28 July 2003
Second Life provides users a place to create
Mon 28 July 2003
At least one American is welcome in France
Mon 28 July 2003
10.3 won't be pure 64-bit
Mon 28 July 2003
Are you in the RIAA's crosshairs?
Sun 27 July 2003
Washington Post slammed for WiFi FUD article
Sun 27 July 2003
Gates says Microsoft IP in Linux
Sun 27 July 2003
German goverment protecting ants
Sun 27 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003: Day one
Sun 27 July 2003
PC music still doesn't play well
Sat 26 July 2003
2GB DRAM in PowerBook 17\"
Sat 26 July 2003
Law, order, and extremism
Sat 26 July 2003
Vegas \"Bambi Hunt\" a hoax
Sat 26 July 2003
Review: Lara Croft Tomb Raider The Cradle of Life
Sat 26 July 2003
Boy Scout streamlines airport travel
Fri 25 July 2003
Another way to do music
Fri 25 July 2003
Is BuyMusic.com the Yugo to Apple's Rolls?
Fri 25 July 2003
BuyMusic.com blocks Mac users
Fri 25 July 2003
Computerized voting not secure
Fri 25 July 2003
Doom delayed
Fri 25 July 2003
Where have all the singles gone?
Fri 25 July 2003
RIAA's reign of terror spreads
Fri 25 July 2003
Merrill Lynch dumps Cisco for Avaya VoIP
Fri 25 July 2003
Garmin announces GPS PDA
Thu 24 July 2003
Voice of Ma Bell is forever silent
Thu 24 July 2003
Pearl Jam announces iTunes bootleg contest
Thu 24 July 2003
UK launches national paedophile victim database
Thu 24 July 2003
Thawte offers combined client/server SSL certs
Thu 24 July 2003
AOL users accelerate exodus
Thu 24 July 2003
Universities faces off against RIAA subpeonas
Thu 24 July 2003
Indie games still a strong play
Thu 24 July 2003
JSP adoption continues to speed along
Wed 23 July 2003
Sweet advice about corn
Wed 23 July 2003
Virtual Clones to ease human model generation
Wed 23 July 2003
Despite agreement, doubts still linger about UK Gitmo detainees
Wed 23 July 2003
It's festival time again in Edinburgh
Wed 23 July 2003
Review: Winged Migration
Tue 22 July 2003
Fewer plane crashes and fatalities so far this year
Tue 22 July 2003
New Music Tuesday brings Buy.com to the fray
Tue 22 July 2003
Move over sturgeon, the paddlefish is taking over
Mon 21 July 2003
French email renamed
Mon 21 July 2003
Analysts see Apple Music Store capturing 20%
Mon 21 July 2003
Grocery store tests RFID by photographing customers
Mon 21 July 2003
Raindog to offer indies access to iTunes
Mon 21 July 2003
Review: Bad Boys II
Mon 21 July 2003
Caribbean corel declines threaten reefs
Sat 19 July 2003
Genetic predisposition to depression?
Sat 19 July 2003
Is it too early to be concentrating on hydrogen?
Sat 19 July 2003
US bill to curb censorship (abroad)
Fri 18 July 2003
Senator Hatch wants guns back in DC
Fri 18 July 2003
The cult of Final Cut Pro
Fri 18 July 2003
Upload a file, go to jail
Fri 18 July 2003
ATM 1, Burglars 0
Fri 18 July 2003
PCWorld looks at cheap ISPs
Fri 18 July 2003
New Tarantino film to be serial... how nice...
Fri 18 July 2003
So you want to write a web browser
Fri 18 July 2003
Sony releases new Clie
Fri 18 July 2003
Pods Unite! VW offers iPod with new Beetle
Thu 17 July 2003
OK maggot! America's Army now available for the Mac
Thu 17 July 2003
Apple posts new G5 ad
Thu 17 July 2003
Cisco admits to critical software flaw, provides fix
Thu 17 July 2003
The myth of male menopause
Thu 17 July 2003
North Carolina votes to refill printer cartridges
Thu 17 July 2003
Microsoft loses DRM patent ruling
Thu 17 July 2003
Abandoned Adobe Premier users get Final Cut Express for free
Thu 17 July 2003
Apple up on strong revenue
Thu 17 July 2003
Dolly creators slaughter GM sheep
Thu 17 July 2003
Half of UKs \"clean\" power to be wind
Thu 17 July 2003
AOL to bring blogging to the masses
Thu 17 July 2003
My old laptop churns out a real film!
Thu 17 July 2003
Apple consistently cited in new online music moves
Thu 17 July 2003
Why do kids watch a film over and over?
Wed 16 July 2003
File sharing usage drops with RIAA threat
Tue 15 July 2003
Apple fixes screensaver hack
Tue 15 July 2003
2004 internet voting experiment expanded to 100,000
Tue 15 July 2003
DC Metro planners cut to 10% levels
Tue 15 July 2003
TIA gets the red light from the Senate
Mon 14 July 2003
Norway to mandate female board participation
Mon 14 July 2003
Philips releasing iPod competitor that records
Sat 12 July 2003
Dot Mac gets bookmarks
Sat 12 July 2003
WTO rules US steel tariffs non-compliant
Sat 12 July 2003
Yet more Panther features
Sat 12 July 2003
Canadian trains to get WiFi
Sat 12 July 2003
Review: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Sat 12 July 2003
Scotland Software enhances Cocoa Sample Code
Sat 12 July 2003
Agro researchers look to change IP strategy
Sat 12 July 2003
Sun throws hat into SCO/Linux ring
Sat 12 July 2003
Software to determine cause of death
Sat 12 July 2003
USS Ronald Reagan to be commissioned today
Sat 12 July 2003
Hackers take over computers for porn distribution
Sat 12 July 2003
Judge blocks Washington anti-game law
Fri 11 July 2003
Windows Media Player 9 coming to the Mac
Fri 11 July 2003
Review: Pirates of the Caribbean
Fri 11 July 2003
Trans-fats to be labeled starting in 2006
Fri 11 July 2003
Not through my back yard
Fri 11 July 2003
Kensington announces WiFi Finder
Fri 11 July 2003
Russians deactivate cell phone encryption for the day
Fri 11 July 2003
PC Mag service & reliability survey results
Fri 11 July 2003
\"Apple's iSight is Out of Sight\"
Fri 11 July 2003
iPod 3G docking connector coming
Thu 10 July 2003
Perhaps the record industry should concentrate on this
Thu 10 July 2003
Wal-mart scraps RFID smart shelf
Thu 10 July 2003
Strange historical perspectives
Thu 10 July 2003
Macintosh eBay sniper upgraded
Thu 10 July 2003
FreeBSD 5.1 review is in
Wed 09 July 2003
Post-9/11 government sends fear through business, customers
Wed 09 July 2003
Sony-Ericsson P810 pictures show up on the web
Wed 09 July 2003
Religious conviction leaves the fruit to rot
Wed 09 July 2003
Guido leaves Zope.com
Wed 09 July 2003
Armadillo Aerospace sucessfully tests re-entry vehicle
Wed 09 July 2003
Supreme Court lets \"open source law\" decision stand
Tue 08 July 2003
GMU grad student faces possible classifcation of his dissertation
Tue 08 July 2003
100Mbps to the bedstand in San Jose
Tue 08 July 2003
US Mars rover finally launched
Tue 08 July 2003
Extreme USB extension
Tue 08 July 2003
T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless team up on roaming in the US
Mon 07 July 2003
Boeing granted spectrum by ITU for Connexion
Mon 07 July 2003
MacMice releases stands for iSight
Mon 07 July 2003
Hacker \"defacement\" contest a flop
Mon 07 July 2003
Apple to exclusively publish LXG soundtrack
Mon 07 July 2003
Nemo finds Matrix at box office
Mon 07 July 2003
Artist and friend create world's largest inkjet printer
Mon 07 July 2003
Adobe to drop Premier on the Macintosh
Sun 06 July 2003
Is information addictive?
Sun 06 July 2003
Gator overlay adds legal, says Virginia Court
Sun 06 July 2003
Review: Whale Rider
Sun 06 July 2003
Swiss teacher finds teaching too restrictive
Sun 06 July 2003
VoIP to help African's call
Sun 06 July 2003
Screensaver hack provides access to MacOS X desktop
Sat 05 July 2003
Pictoral overview of OS X Panther
Sat 05 July 2003
Virginia NASA researcher benchmarks G5
Sat 05 July 2003
DC puts on a capital show
Fri 04 July 2003
Rutan files request for launch license
Fri 04 July 2003
British researchers working on smart seat
Fri 04 July 2003
Iraqi museum reopens
Fri 04 July 2003
New XBox exploit available
Fri 04 July 2003
Air & Space Museum to be captured in QT VR
Thu 03 July 2003
Review: 28 Days Later
Thu 03 July 2003
Review: Terminator 3
Thu 03 July 2003
Security expert sugggests keeping more data to help privacy
Thu 03 July 2003
Formula 1 cars impounded for bad debts
Thu 03 July 2003
A gaming blast from the past
Thu 03 July 2003
PLATO's Bitzer wins Emmy Award
Thu 03 July 2003
Starbucks refutes WiFi business concerns
Thu 03 July 2003
In Japan, the cell phone can be used to steal magazines
Thu 03 July 2003
I want this guy's job
Thu 03 July 2003
EU law to provide payments to bumped/delayed fliers
Thu 03 July 2003
US researchers create hermaphroditic embryo
Thu 03 July 2003
CDC decides on Monkey Pox cause
Thu 03 July 2003
In Milan at least, America may be chic
Thu 03 July 2003
Are web vandals preparing for the weekend?
Thu 03 July 2003
iTunes not a hit for some bands
Wed 02 July 2003
More Opteron bus information
Wed 02 July 2003
Europe ends moritorium against Genetically Modified foods
Wed 02 July 2003
UK company finds cellular phone users
Wed 02 July 2003
SAS to add Connexion services to flights
Wed 02 July 2003
Vancouver to host 2010 Winter Olympiad
Wed 02 July 2003
How did Apple get coverage with just a few antennas?
Wed 02 July 2003
Czech KFCs to get WiFi access
Wed 02 July 2003
Microsoft finds another Passport flaw
Wed 02 July 2003
Listen.com sees huge response to price cut
Wed 02 July 2003
New California law requires disclosure of information leaks
Wed 02 July 2003
Kraft to cut snack sizes
Tue 01 July 2003
Harry Crushes the Hulk
Tue 01 July 2003
Electronics makers look out for linux \"CELF\" interest
Tue 01 July 2003
The Economist questions the economics of hotspots
Tue 01 July 2003
Apache quality on par with commercial versions
Tue 01 July 2003
Latest WiFi deployment news
Tue 01 July 2003
Toshiba releases gigantic 17\" laptop
Tue 01 July 2003
Comcast forces customers to change email addresses
Tue 01 July 2003
Email trespass case overturned
Tue 01 July 2003
EFF kicks off new pro-file-sharing campaign
Tue 01 July 2003
Rockot launches nine satellites
Tue 01 July 2003
Satellite taxes come under fire
Mon 30 June 2003
Libel protection extended to blogs, other online media
Mon 30 June 2003
ATI Radeon 9800 vs. NVidia FX/5900
Mon 30 June 2003
Katharine Hepburn dies, aged 96
Mon 30 June 2003
Speakeasy encourages WiFi sharing of DSL connections
Sat 28 June 2003
DirecTV/Dish get $180M in anticipated damages
Sat 28 June 2003
Rush thinks Apple is being held back by its politics
Sat 28 June 2003
CAIB calls on NASA to put repair plan together
Sat 28 June 2003
Review: Charlie's Angels:Full Throttle
Sat 28 June 2003
New Hydrogen catalyst portends cheaper fuel
Sat 28 June 2003
Tiny Swedish printer debuts
Fri 27 June 2003
Oops... Star Wars:Galaxies launch hampered by problems
Fri 27 June 2003
Government Do Not Call list goes online
Fri 27 June 2003
Charlie White slams Apple's PR
Fri 27 June 2003
Alias|Wavefront Announces Macintosh as 25% of Maya sales
Fri 27 June 2003
Review: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Fri 27 June 2003
Review: The Matrix Reloaded in IMAX
Thu 26 June 2003
MSN messenger and iChat AV reviewed
Thu 26 June 2003
Transparent Web Proxy patent issued
Thu 26 June 2003
Star Wars Galaxies ships
Thu 26 June 2003
Harry Potter book available online (illegally)
Thu 26 June 2003
Hulk infringer charged
Thu 26 June 2003
Google AdSense
Tue 24 June 2003
Safari 1.0 released
Tue 24 June 2003
iChat AV beta allows audio and video conferencing
Tue 24 June 2003
The rumors are true!
Tue 24 June 2003
EverQuest for Macintosh ships
Sun 22 June 2003
iTunes Music Store adds global just added
Sun 22 June 2003
Three Gorges Dam and the environment
Sun 22 June 2003
Why DeCSS is a good thing
Sun 22 June 2003
Who gets your online music dollar
Sat 21 June 2003
Macintosh new technology overview
Sat 21 June 2003
Hatch's site under fire again
Sat 21 June 2003
Internet slowly returns to Iraq
Sat 21 June 2003
Harry Potter draws hundreds
Sat 21 June 2003
OS X software package groups join forces
Sat 21 June 2003
Apple releases Shake 3
Sat 21 June 2003
Review: The Hulk
Fri 20 June 2003
Apple to replay WWDC keynote via MPEG-4 Monday
Fri 20 June 2003
1000 Stories
Fri 20 June 2003
McDonald's asks suppliers to cut back on antibiotics
Fri 20 June 2003
Whiteness studies?
Fri 20 June 2003
ICANN targeted by House bill
Fri 20 June 2003
New Macs? Hack, leak, or just big screw up
Thu 19 June 2003
iStorm collaborative application for the Macintosh
Thu 19 June 2003
Senator Hatch may not like music pirates, but he IS a software pirate
Thu 19 June 2003
Industry group urges UK to steer clear of GPL
Thu 19 June 2003
XBox 2 slated for 2006
Thu 19 June 2003
RIAA sends warning letters to individual swappers
Thu 19 June 2003
Last week Bluetooth was dying, this week it's 802.11
Thu 19 June 2003
Airport update complies with 802.11g spec.
Thu 19 June 2003
New iPod software
Thu 19 June 2003
FTC hearing on personal information privacy
Thu 19 June 2003
Sweden eyes oppressive copyright laws
Thu 19 June 2003
iTunes with stored value cards may be on the horizon
Thu 19 June 2003
Activaire to provide iPod \"Musak\"
Thu 19 June 2003
Personal space travel to resume
Thu 19 June 2003
Sony announces availability of Mac-compatible fingerprint reader
Thu 19 June 2003
Verisign to check where you're coming from
Wed 18 June 2003
New Handspring Treo looks interesting
Wed 18 June 2003
Senator Hatch is interested in destorying your computer
Wed 18 June 2003
Neverwinter Nights tech beta for Mac available
Wed 18 June 2003
United announces in-flight email service
Wed 18 June 2003
Qualcomm to push Bluetooth in phones
Wed 18 June 2003
US broadband growth continues to be explosive
Wed 18 June 2003
OECD moves against spam
Wed 18 June 2003
Spam virus provides back door for spammers
Tue 17 June 2003
Latest IBM/SCO news
Tue 17 June 2003
Microsoft can spell disintermediation
Tue 17 June 2003
What do Jobs and Bezos really think of Segway?
Tue 17 June 2003
Can't use a slingshot? Try a trebuchet!
Mon 16 June 2003
Apple Camp
Mon 16 June 2003
Council of Europe looks for right of reply on the 'net
Mon 16 June 2003
Car computer helps land conviction
Mon 16 June 2003
UIUC presents: The smart brick
Mon 16 June 2003
Cars to get more power
Mon 16 June 2003
Wind power for New England?
Sat 14 June 2003
TSA suspends CAPPS II testing for privacy reasons
Sat 14 June 2003
Defense Department wants IPv6 by 2008
Sat 14 June 2003
eBay felon gets 3 years
Sat 14 June 2003
Unfortunate URLs and searching for web misspellings
Sat 14 June 2003
Draft of EU constitution ready to go
Sat 14 June 2003
iStumbler adds GPS support
Sat 14 June 2003
Clean-burning Hydrogen may still damage environment
Sat 14 June 2003
Is Microsoft flauting its anti-trust settlement?
Sat 14 June 2003
NASA sets Dec 18, 2003 as target for next launch
Sat 14 June 2003
Business 2.0 suggests iPod bundling is a lucrative opportunity
Sat 14 June 2003
New iPod cases hit the market
Sat 14 June 2003
Using iPod as a restaurant programming technique
Sat 14 June 2003
Quark release causes mass X-odous
Sat 14 June 2003
No future releases of Internet Explorer for the Mac
Sat 14 June 2003
HBO and its networks convert to digital programming
Sat 14 June 2003
Sex.com case fails to interest the Supremes
Fri 13 June 2003
Oldest human skulls found
Fri 13 June 2003
Al-Jazeera hacker pleads guilty
Fri 13 June 2003
802.11g standard approved by IEEE
Fri 13 June 2003
Farewell Mr. Finch
Thu 12 June 2003
The Matrix Reloaded is too religious for Egypt
Thu 12 June 2003
T-Mobile offers $19/mo GPRS - unlimited!
Thu 12 June 2003
FTC wants new weapons in fight against spam
Wed 11 June 2003
If you could enforce every law to the letter, would you?
Wed 11 June 2003
Open Group suit against Apple
Wed 11 June 2003
MPAA threatens over ratednc-17.com
Wed 11 June 2003
More space fun with Burt Rutan
Wed 11 June 2003
Virus looks to get bank passwords
Wed 11 June 2003
The decline of service in sales
Wed 11 June 2003
Iranian protests
Wed 11 June 2003
Does SCO own SCO's code?
Wed 11 June 2003
Open source legislation and its detractors
Wed 11 June 2003
Wal-Mart attempts to bolster competition against NetFlix
Wed 11 June 2003
Fight escalates on HDTV copy protection
Wed 11 June 2003
CNet has an overview of developments at VLSI Symposium
Wed 11 June 2003
Congressional interests interesting in new gambling law
Tue 10 June 2003
NASA Mars rovers takes off
Tue 10 June 2003
Yahoo! implements source-side anti-spam technology
Tue 10 June 2003
Truck stops in Tennessee get WiFi
Tue 10 June 2003
EU puts VAT on the European customers
Tue 10 June 2003
NCSA rolls out largest known SAN
Tue 10 June 2003
Apple likely to ship 970 with 10.2
Tue 10 June 2003
Artist's greed affecting music availability?
Tue 10 June 2003
FreeBSD 5.1 released
Tue 10 June 2003
Should Enron execs pay for overstated software claims?
Mon 09 June 2003
The Incredibles trailer available
Mon 09 June 2003
Microsoft trying for TV boxes again
Mon 09 June 2003
Sun, Intel agree to collaborate on XScale Java
Mon 09 June 2003
National Labs file patent for \"force field\" valve
Mon 09 June 2003
Microsoft pushing into film
Mon 09 June 2003
Cable internet may start paying in to USF, and rates may go up
Mon 09 June 2003
Model rocket with Linux controller
Mon 09 June 2003
AOL to offer end-to-end encryption in AIM
Mon 09 June 2003
New research exposes interesting info on music sales
Sun 08 June 2003
Bluetooth dead? I don't think so
Sun 08 June 2003
EETimes comments on SCO source code as seen
Sun 08 June 2003
Collaborative white lists
Sat 07 June 2003
Number portability still coming to cell phones
Sat 07 June 2003
Merril Lynch says Linux saves costs
Sat 07 June 2003
When is a Kentucky horse from New York?
Sat 07 June 2003
Nice patent info page
Sat 07 June 2003
Report on Apple's independent music event
Sat 07 June 2003
Tool for making Internet Enabled Disk Images
Sat 07 June 2003
Good interview with Lawrence Lessig about copyright
Sat 07 June 2003
Hashing patent may lead to file sharing fight
Sat 07 June 2003
French GSM operators agree to let WiFi roam
Sat 07 June 2003
Microsoft changes California settlement
Fri 06 June 2003
Heh... will MCI by C&W's internet services?
Fri 06 June 2003
PromiseMark acquired
Fri 06 June 2003
Internet iTunes sharing available again
Fri 06 June 2003
Xerox FreeColorPrinters still a good deal
Fri 06 June 2003
Editorial content on Gaige's Pages
Fri 06 June 2003
Sun to push Java brand - is that what it needs?
Fri 06 June 2003
SCO reveals Novell contract amendment
Thu 05 June 2003
SCO NDA available for perusal [+ed]
Thu 05 June 2003
Gentoo software installation system coming to OS X
Thu 05 June 2003
Fast-TCP: The promise of faster downloads
Thu 05 June 2003
RIAA makes agreement with non-profit broadcasters
Thu 05 June 2003
Verizon to hand over names to RIAA
Thu 05 June 2003
SCO reopens web site in Germany
Wed 04 June 2003
SCO/Novell contracts may shed some light on debate
Wed 04 June 2003
What is an ISBN?
Wed 04 June 2003
Comparative book shopping
Wed 04 June 2003
Senator plans bill to limit DRM [+Ed]
Wed 04 June 2003
Good articles on Chroma Sampling in DV magazine
Wed 04 June 2003
Keynote 1.1 improves Export
Wed 04 June 2003
DoD looking to use cameras to fight terrorism
Wed 04 June 2003
Potter book theif sentenced
Wed 04 June 2003
Apple releases Keynote 1.1
Wed 04 June 2003
Palm to buy Handspring
Wed 04 June 2003
Minnesota puts a crimp on Geocaching
Wed 04 June 2003
The web, news, and politics: blogging the G8 summit
Wed 04 June 2003
RIAA getting desperate, sues over non-existant service
Wed 04 June 2003
BSA piracy rates drop [+Ed]
Wed 04 June 2003
Three Maryland teens help FBI
Wed 04 June 2003
AOL loses 1 million customers
Wed 04 June 2003
Raiders of the Lost Ark: the Adaptation
Wed 04 June 2003
Analysts just say \"no\" to SCO's NDA
Wed 04 June 2003
SCO shuts German web site in response to court order
Tue 03 June 2003
Hacker Haiku Humor
Tue 03 June 2003
Eldred launches petition for the public domain
Tue 03 June 2003
St. Louis law against violent videogames falls
Tue 03 June 2003
Apple updates iMovie
Tue 03 June 2003
Apple to woo independent labels
Tue 03 June 2003
FCC accelerates opening of do-not-call list
Tue 03 June 2003
Virginia Tech Art & Design requires 17\" Powerbook
Tue 03 June 2003
Futuremark drops nVidia cheating charge
Tue 03 June 2003
iSync 1.1 released - Adds phones and bookmarks
Tue 03 June 2003
Movie industry fights for film integrity
Tue 03 June 2003
Pay-per-use road tax being looked at in Oregon
Tue 03 June 2003
Europe launches Mars probe
Tue 03 June 2003
NAC Geographic pushes world-wide postal codes
Tue 03 June 2003
New IM client finds buddies in local area
Tue 03 June 2003
Barbara Streisand sues environmental web site for $50M
Tue 03 June 2003
TiVO readies for sale of customer information
Tue 03 June 2003
ForMac unveils new firewire-based media converters
Tue 03 June 2003
AOL 9.0 to use Inktomi client-side caching for web acceleration
Mon 02 June 2003
Review: The Italian Job
Mon 02 June 2003
NY Post reports Apple and Amazon in talks for iTunes
Mon 02 June 2003
Centrino's wireless VPN woes become more apparent
Mon 02 June 2003
Three Gorges dam starts to retain water
Mon 02 June 2003
Finding Nemo sinks competition at the box office
Mon 02 June 2003
Symantec readies v8.0 of Utilities: OS X native booting
Mon 02 June 2003
XServe+XServe Raid = iTunes success for Apple
Mon 02 June 2003
In an emergency, a land line is your friend
Mon 02 June 2003
Spiderman adhesive demonstrated
Mon 02 June 2003
Nextel push to talk goes coast-to-coast
Mon 02 June 2003
Intellectual property control and the media
Mon 02 June 2003
Digital Arts and Culture 2003 has a number of good papers on gaming
Sun 01 June 2003
Teergrubing: hitting spammers where they make money
Sun 01 June 2003
Scientists discover Stem Cell \"master gene\"
Sun 01 June 2003
Algorithmic Denial of Service attacks explained
Sun 01 June 2003
Bluetooth adaptor with 100M range
Sun 01 June 2003
Iowa reporter responds to Nebraska's declaration of War
Sun 01 June 2003
Microsoft to drop stand-alone Internet Explorer
Sat 31 May 2003
Star wars kid: The revenge of the nerd
Sat 31 May 2003
German company announces hydrogen-powered scooter
Sat 31 May 2003
Final flight of the French Concorde
Sat 31 May 2003
What if Microsoft had a version of NMAP
Sat 31 May 2003
SCO to show code, possibly sue Novell
Sat 31 May 2003
NTT DoCoMo sells our of wrist phone
Sat 31 May 2003
Paper on virtual world law debuts
Sat 31 May 2003
UK to expand use of license plate cameras
Sat 31 May 2003
Opem source group adds Layer 7 filtering to Linux
Sat 31 May 2003
AOL pulls P2P file sharing solution developed by subsidiary
Sat 31 May 2003
Google suit dismissed on first amendment grounds
Sat 31 May 2003
Sun in fight with JBoss over J2EE compliance
Sat 31 May 2003
DMCA starts to hit online sale of offline goods
Sat 31 May 2003
Yahoo issues update to plug hole in messenger security
Sat 31 May 2003
Review: Finding Nemo
Fri 30 May 2003
Security tool creator answers questions for SlashDot
Fri 30 May 2003
SCO claims Novell's claims are baseless
Fri 30 May 2003
Shuttle foam test shows damage
Fri 30 May 2003
Tech's industry use of visas is challenged
Fri 30 May 2003
Company informs fired workers by text message
Fri 30 May 2003
Of Veils and ID cards
Fri 30 May 2003
ACLU pro-civil rights campaign signs up another state
Fri 30 May 2003
Telcos agree on how to put fiber to the home
Fri 30 May 2003
Cingular customer data site hacked
Fri 30 May 2003
Does Apple defy the laws of economics?
Fri 30 May 2003
More details on Shadowbane attack
Fri 30 May 2003
Wired to FCC: Media not more diverse
Thu 29 May 2003
Microsoft/AOL settlement and implications
Thu 29 May 2003
3DO files for bankruptcy
Thu 29 May 2003
Acrobat Pro first look
Thu 29 May 2003
ThinkSecret reports Apple developer relations improving
Thu 29 May 2003
iTunes response still debated
Thu 29 May 2003
Consumer Reports puts Apple #1 in service
Thu 29 May 2003
NY Times to start charging for news alerts
Thu 29 May 2003
Martha thinks Bill's house is out of date
Thu 29 May 2003
There's something about Rummy
Thu 29 May 2003
Is \"freelance economy\" doomed?
Thu 29 May 2003
iomega introduces iStorage online data storage
Thu 29 May 2003
Jenny, er God, I've got your number
Thu 29 May 2003
Music, Microsoft, Apple, and everything [+Ed]
Thu 29 May 2003
Behave like Beckham
Thu 29 May 2003
Austrailian plane attack involved wooden stakes
Thu 29 May 2003
Video games help visual skills
Wed 28 May 2003
Deceptive internet advertiser settles case
Wed 28 May 2003
Novell claims ownership of UNIX
Wed 28 May 2003
Sony to release PSX-advanced PS/2 in Japan
Wed 28 May 2003
German group demands proof from SCO
Wed 28 May 2003
Novell to chime in on SCO vs. Linux action
Wed 28 May 2003
Microsoft adds support, some flexibility to Software Assurance
Wed 28 May 2003
Pheonix announces anti-theft BIOS
Wed 28 May 2003
Gesture keyboards
Wed 28 May 2003
Microsoft XP security patch withdrawn after over-securing computers
Wed 28 May 2003
DRM is a crime against humanity
Wed 28 May 2003
Listen.com drops prices to $.79/track-burn
Tue 27 May 2003
eBay guilty of patent infringement
Tue 27 May 2003
iTunes sharing limited to LAN
Tue 27 May 2003
Balloons bring high-speed internet access
Tue 27 May 2003
Telos to move to VoIP for all long distance
Tue 27 May 2003
P2P services at 60% of ISP bandwidth [+Ed]
Tue 27 May 2003
Fingerprint-protected USB \"disk\"
Tue 27 May 2003
Forrester thinks SCO fears unfounded
Tue 27 May 2003
Huge hailstons cause havoc
Tue 27 May 2003
Plato People : computer nostalgia at its best
Tue 27 May 2003
The incredible shrinking Kilogram
Tue 27 May 2003
Adobe Reader 6.0 is available
Tue 27 May 2003
MPAA takes aim at BitTorrent and it's like.
Tue 27 May 2003
The down side of Challenge-Response anti-spam
Tue 27 May 2003
Book Review: \"The Crisis of Islam\"
Mon 26 May 2003
Galileo funding agreement reached
Mon 26 May 2003
Bayesian filters: your key to less spam?
Mon 26 May 2003
Matrix XP: A well-deserved send-up
Mon 26 May 2003
Women's World Cup coming to the US
Mon 26 May 2003
Rutan's X Prize takes a test flight
Mon 26 May 2003
Libraries make electonic return to philanthropic roots
Mon 26 May 2003
Wired looks at new FCC proposal for ownership
Mon 26 May 2003
Ringtone business just keeps growing
Mon 26 May 2003
Vatican creates stir over Turkey's EU membership
Mon 26 May 2003
Draft EU constitution published
Sun 25 May 2003
Duct tape fashions now available in stores
Sun 25 May 2003
Flawed diving computer puts users at risk of harm
Sun 25 May 2003
Eric Raymond seeks Unix disclosure Info
Sun 25 May 2003
Interesting iTunes catalog
Sun 25 May 2003
The Economist writes on Sun and Linux
Sun 25 May 2003
Information Overload
Sun 25 May 2003
Star Wars personality test
Sun 25 May 2003
Open Source sound and music
Sat 24 May 2003
Review: Bruce Almighty
Sat 24 May 2003
Meow Mix CEO bitten by dog, retains sense of humor
Sat 24 May 2003
British teen bullied online
Sat 24 May 2003
Less than 10 days 'til ESA Mars launch
Sat 24 May 2003
China points SARS finger at cats
Sat 24 May 2003
CAIB says Columbia rescue mission would have been possible, risky
Sat 24 May 2003
Office hour habits of the North American Professor
Sat 24 May 2003
NCSA taps PS/2 for scientific visualization
Sat 24 May 2003
Microsoft readies response to iTunes Music Store
Sat 24 May 2003
Baby born after \"growing in liver\"
Sat 24 May 2003
Use XBOX controllers on a Macintosh
Sat 24 May 2003
iAssist:Macintosh server management software
Sat 24 May 2003
Colorado governor vetos Super-DMCA
Sat 24 May 2003
Taking advantage of multiprocessing on the Mac
Sat 24 May 2003
WiFi phones and healthcare
Sat 24 May 2003
MIT opens nanotech center with the Army
Sat 24 May 2003
FCC to add frequency to 5GHz band
Fri 23 May 2003
Gates+Brokaw+Cappucino = unpaid bill
Fri 23 May 2003
'Bots in the boardroom
Fri 23 May 2003
PowerPoint bashing
Fri 23 May 2003
Of OSX and hosts files
Fri 23 May 2003
ReplayTV may drop Commercial Advance, Send Show
Fri 23 May 2003
UK may get WiFi on trains
Fri 23 May 2003
Hi-tech dust
Thu 22 May 2003
802.11g standard lowers data rates
Thu 22 May 2003
OS X icon management software packages announced
Thu 22 May 2003
Follow-up: Star Wars boy gets iPod and then some
Thu 22 May 2003
Oprah likes the iPod
Thu 22 May 2003
GraphPad releases new graphic software
Thu 22 May 2003
Harvard Law looks at Gator
Thu 22 May 2003
Keynote Pro releases film/TV template
Thu 22 May 2003
AOL provides a peek at 9.0, including QuickTime
Thu 22 May 2003
Time Warner Cable enters telephone business
Thu 22 May 2003
Using miniature sensors to monitor wine
Thu 22 May 2003
Municipal broadband interview
Thu 22 May 2003
Review: Bend it Like Beckham
Thu 22 May 2003
EA ups UO subscription rate
Thu 22 May 2003
The future of music, film, technology and mass media [Ed]
Thu 22 May 2003
Is a GPS tail unfair?
Thu 22 May 2003
Shocking new women's coat gives 80,000 volt warning
Thu 22 May 2003
\"Wrong Garden\" water feature flows uphill
Thu 22 May 2003
What are the economists thinking?
Wed 21 May 2003
MCI wins Iraq cellular contract
Wed 21 May 2003
MSN calendar goes subscriber-only
Wed 21 May 2003
Opera returns to the Mac
Wed 21 May 2003
W3C makes no-fee patents their policy
Wed 21 May 2003
Bill Gates weighs in on Spam
Wed 21 May 2003
Opera users can't sing MSN's tune
Wed 21 May 2003
Amazon taps Microsoft for better music downloads
Wed 21 May 2003
Playing iPod tunes while connected to the Mac
Wed 21 May 2003
Privacy is safe, they changed the name
Wed 21 May 2003
Washington state outlaws the sale of some videogames to minors
Wed 21 May 2003
New biofuel cell will take over-the-counter alcohol
Wed 21 May 2003
Kodak names their OLED technology NuVue
Wed 21 May 2003
BSE in Canada
Wed 21 May 2003
Apparent Ugandan immunity may give AIDS research a boost
Wed 21 May 2003
New iPod accessories start to appear
Tue 20 May 2003
Open Source Initiative responds to SCO vs. IBM case
Tue 20 May 2003
What are the new iPod pins for?
Tue 20 May 2003
Could Hollywood and Microsoft learn from Intuit?
Tue 20 May 2003
Rolling Stone sizes up Apple Music Store's performance
Tue 20 May 2003
Companies respond to SCO Linux threats
Tue 20 May 2003
Gaming: Productivity bane or boon?
Tue 20 May 2003
School bans parents from Sports Day
Tue 20 May 2003
PeopleSoft liken's Microsoft's .NET to asbestos
Tue 20 May 2003
Microsoft-SCO connection
Tue 20 May 2003
Cloudmark's plans to charge create row
Tue 20 May 2003
TetrUSS fluid dynamics simulation software comes to Mac
Tue 20 May 2003
UK banks roll out more secure credit cards
Mon 19 May 2003
Extensive article on photo preservation
Mon 19 May 2003
Is historic software in danger?
Mon 19 May 2003
Roxio + PressPlay = Napster, part two
Mon 19 May 2003
Wired covers digital war
Mon 19 May 2003
Humiliating video turns in to charity case
Mon 19 May 2003
The $336 XBox-PC
Mon 19 May 2003
DSL growth explosive in first quarter
Mon 19 May 2003
Tadpole releases new Sparc laptop
Mon 19 May 2003
How to deal with Windows Update
Mon 19 May 2003
Microsoft licenses SCO Unix code
Mon 19 May 2003
Challenge-response anti-spam is challenged
Sun 18 May 2003
WiFi Speed Spray
Sun 18 May 2003
Diabetes invention takes top prize at MIT
Sun 18 May 2003
Viruses that live by updates, can die by updates
Sun 18 May 2003
Roxio to buy Pressplay?
Sun 18 May 2003
Lego Mac
Sun 18 May 2003
Watching you without a warrant
Sun 18 May 2003
Blogging and relationships
Sat 17 May 2003
Popular Science details alternate shuttle plans
Sat 17 May 2003
Security Research exemption for DMCA considered
Sat 17 May 2003
iTunes Music Store: How to find what's added
Sat 17 May 2003
Car black box data shows up in court
Sat 17 May 2003
Thank heavens for uncommon names
Sat 17 May 2003
The meaning of self-destructing DVD formats
Sat 17 May 2003
Review: "The Matrix:Reloaded" didn't quite have me
Fri 16 May 2003
T-mobile gives up on Microsoft's Smart Phone
Fri 16 May 2003
Nintendo's console future unclear
Fri 16 May 2003
EU looks at direct presidential elections as a long-term prospect
Fri 16 May 2003
X-tra Fun to bring wireless and internet to GameBoy Advance
Fri 16 May 2003
Matrix-style Mac review
Fri 16 May 2003
E3: Taking your game online session
Fri 16 May 2003
Licensing and games: dark warning or bright future
Fri 16 May 2003
E3: Hot Shots: Learning from the Next Generation of Designers
Fri 16 May 2003
E3: Day 3-The End
Thu 15 May 2003
Carmack is going to space
Thu 15 May 2003
Scottish woman goes to court for trying to kill child with salt
Thu 15 May 2003
Apple updates Safari to fix SSL bug
Thu 15 May 2003
Microsoft digs a deeper hole in anti-trust issue
Thu 15 May 2003
FTC warns server owners of the dangers of open relays
Thu 15 May 2003
Early indications from the DMCA/DVD case mixed
Thu 15 May 2003
Overture is music to Yahoo!'s ears
Thu 15 May 2003
SCO Linux copyright wars: they said, they said
Thu 15 May 2003
nVidia accused of cheating on benchmarks
Thu 15 May 2003
Autocad probes Mac interest
Thu 15 May 2003
Do new anti-porn provisions go to far?
Thu 15 May 2003
British food agency sounds warning on kid's salt intake
Thu 15 May 2003
E3: News Recap
Thu 15 May 2003
More blacklist discussions
Thu 15 May 2003
iTunes 4 sharing used to copy tunes
Thu 15 May 2003
E3: Carmack interview
Thu 15 May 2003
E3: Freelancing session
Thu 15 May 2003
E3: MMOG Trends session
Thu 15 May 2003
E3: Day 2- The Expo begins
Thu 15 May 2003
IRC operators band together to stave off Fizzer
Wed 14 May 2003
DVD copy case goes to court Thursday
Wed 14 May 2003
Intuit to remove activation from tax programs in the future
Wed 14 May 2003
SCO suspends Linux work, threatens end-users
Wed 14 May 2003
Ebert gives "Reloaded" 3 1/2 stars
Wed 14 May 2003
What color is the sun in L.A.?
Wed 14 May 2003
Apple song selling trend slips slightly but still strong
Wed 14 May 2003
Detailed 970 technical review
Wed 14 May 2003
Vindication of my Porta-potty story
Wed 14 May 2003
MPA moves against lyrics sites
Wed 14 May 2003
Verizon turns up NYC payphone WiFi
Wed 14 May 2003
The beginning of the end for free IM?
Wed 14 May 2003
Mastercard and Nokia team up for new payment scheme
Wed 14 May 2003
RIAA sent more than one wrong accusation
Wed 14 May 2003
Blue DVD format wars
Wed 14 May 2003
E3: Sony announces plans for hand-held game device
Wed 14 May 2003
Canadian census reports 20,000 Jedi's
Wed 14 May 2003
E3: America's Army to come to the Macintosh
Wed 14 May 2003
Anti-spam legislation
Tue 13 May 2003
E3: Day 1- Workshops
Tue 13 May 2003
Badger rampage leaves five injured in UK
Tue 13 May 2003
iLoo a hoax?
Tue 13 May 2003
CMU graduate students propose packet source marking
Tue 13 May 2003
Redstone uses VNC as the basis for software testing
Tue 13 May 2003
Texas issues \"amber alert\" for legislators
Tue 13 May 2003
Spamhaus responds to lawsuit by spammer organization
Tue 13 May 2003
BMW holds owner captive
Tue 13 May 2003
Intel has another processor problem
Tue 13 May 2003
RIAA apologies for letter to Penn State
Tue 13 May 2003
Microsoft to roll out paid radio service
Tue 13 May 2003
Dead woman wins apology
Tue 13 May 2003
E3:Preliminary
Mon 12 May 2003
3Com in-wall switch
Mon 12 May 2003
Intel charts laptop future with double-jointed prototype
Mon 12 May 2003
Gates attempts to close the design gap at WinHEC
Mon 12 May 2003
Wired previews E3 with a skeptical eye
Mon 12 May 2003
California tightens tax grip on online retailers
Mon 12 May 2003
Initial reviews on AMD Opteron from Ace
Mon 12 May 2003
ExtremeTech reviews funky keyboards
Sun 11 May 2003
Verizon to put WiFi in pay phones
Sun 11 May 2003
Review: "Joe Dirt"
Sun 11 May 2003
Upgrading an XServe hard drive
Sun 11 May 2003
Klingon interpreter sought by Oregon DHS
Sun 11 May 2003
Hacking the XBox book may be test of DMCA censorship
Sun 11 May 2003
Bucky Ram could be the key to fast, small, non-volatile storage
Sun 11 May 2003
Safari SSL bug found
Sat 10 May 2003
FTC moves to stop false Do Not Call list profiteers
Sat 10 May 2003
The future of PalmOS
Sat 10 May 2003
AAC vs. MP3
Sat 10 May 2003
RFID proposed as method to observe shopping behavior
Sat 10 May 2003
Verizon gets a few more months
Fri 09 May 2003
Feds \"tap\" new laws for wiretaps more often
Fri 09 May 2003
O'Reilly launches second MacOS X Innovators Contest
Fri 09 May 2003
Review: "A Mighty Wind" blows fans away
Fri 09 May 2003
Emergency x86 boot disk
Fri 09 May 2003
Microsoft may face fines over Passport failure
Fri 09 May 2003
AT&T Wireless to provide 411 services over SMS
Thu 08 May 2003
Questions abound about Microsoft's permissions system
Thu 08 May 2003
WiFi access: to charge or not to charge?
Thu 08 May 2003
Study finds CD copy protection a problem for sales
Thu 08 May 2003
SpyMac opens directory of iTunes servers
Thu 08 May 2003
Analysis of recent P2P court decisions
Thu 08 May 2003
Microsoft Passport exploit found
Thu 08 May 2003
E Ink announces flexible screen
Thu 08 May 2003
Is the common cold a cure for brain tumors?
Thu 08 May 2003
Earthlink wins $16M SPAM award
Thu 08 May 2003
Airport Extreme Basestation dissected
Thu 08 May 2003
Should you always upgrade OS X with combo updaters?
Thu 08 May 2003
Harry Potter books found in field, 4 arrested
Wed 07 May 2003
Improving OS X NFS performance
Wed 07 May 2003
Direct consequences of the DMCA
Wed 07 May 2003
Gates talks about Palladium... er NGSCB
Wed 07 May 2003
Caffeine content of various beverages/drugs
Wed 07 May 2003
Piece of gaming history on the net
Wed 07 May 2003
Norwegian TV2's US flag burning could end up in jail time
Wed 07 May 2003
Radio station uses iPod as backup to satellite
Wed 07 May 2003
Atari to rise for the ashes in France
Tue 06 May 2003
Apple updates eMacs, releases 10.2.6
Tue 06 May 2003
MSN makes Photos a paid service - evicts users 5/21
Tue 06 May 2003
Infoworld author seeks to switch to XServe
Tue 06 May 2003
Car pricing web site disparity
Tue 06 May 2003
Indiana Jones and the Lost DVD
Tue 06 May 2003
MacWorld reviews external DVD recorders
Tue 06 May 2003
MSN search terms survey
Tue 06 May 2003
Celeberties for Cuba? A quick look
Tue 06 May 2003
Too much free software?
Tue 06 May 2003
RIAA serves, the internet volleys
Tue 06 May 2003
CDA immunity upheld for eBay
Mon 05 May 2003
DiVX for Mac with encoding available now
Mon 05 May 2003
Software glitch sends Soyuz off course
Mon 05 May 2003
Web caching software available on OS X
Mon 05 May 2003
UK best actor of all time poll gives nod to Pacino
Mon 05 May 2003
Israeli cop mistaken for stripper
Mon 05 May 2003
Role reversal: naturalists drill on donated oil land
Mon 05 May 2003
Mac site posts supposed 970 benchmark results
Mon 05 May 2003
Apple Music Store surpasses 1 million tunes
Mon 05 May 2003
Updating Music for pictures will cause download to iPod
Mon 05 May 2003
California bill aims to bolster online privacy
Mon 05 May 2003
AppleID bug found and fixed
Mon 05 May 2003
Privacy advocates evaluate new DHS Privacy Chief
Mon 05 May 2003
US thinks Canada may not be doing enough on terror
Mon 05 May 2003
SuSE claims SCO protection
Sun 04 May 2003
Optimization contest between man and machine
Sun 04 May 2003
Macintosh developer finder
Sun 04 May 2003
RoboCup soccer game at CMU
Sun 04 May 2003
UltimateTV gets Caller ID
Sun 04 May 2003
\"Honeytokens\" provide a way to track the crackers
Sun 04 May 2003
Review: X2
Sun 04 May 2003
Sun on the market?
Sun 04 May 2003
RIAA readies for the war against the consumer
Sun 04 May 2003
EchoMac brings EchoLink to the mac
Sun 04 May 2003
Airostep connects Macs to cellular services
Sun 04 May 2003
Terrabrowser brings USGS data to the Mac
Sun 04 May 2003
DSL prices start to come down under cable pressure
Sun 04 May 2003
Mr. Rogers gets an asteroid
Sun 04 May 2003
MPAA outrunning the EFF?
Sun 04 May 2003
SCO accuses everybody of stealing from them
Sun 04 May 2003
UK's CAA says cell phones interfere with planes
Sun 04 May 2003
Ericsson Clicker and problems with GPRS IP
Sat 03 May 2003
Stained-glass PC
Sat 03 May 2003
iPod 2.0 has \"note reader\" mode
Sat 03 May 2003
I can crash that Internet Explorer in 5 lines of HTML
Sat 03 May 2003
Microsoft to roll out WWW.C
Sat 03 May 2003
Next generation iPods have record feature
Fri 02 May 2003
Analysts project slow move to Windows Server 2003
Fri 02 May 2003
O'Reilly limits copyrights to \"Founders\" duration
Fri 02 May 2003
iPod Trade-in program
Fri 02 May 2003
Samsung announces wristphone for GSM
Fri 02 May 2003
Monitor particular application's Apple Event stream
Fri 02 May 2003
Apple's first day downloads squash competition
Fri 02 May 2003
Competition finally hits home to cell providers
Fri 02 May 2003
Hubble back online after gyro failure
Fri 02 May 2003
Release the inner engineer
Fri 02 May 2003
John McCutcheon concert review
Fri 02 May 2003
FTC panel looks at Anti-spam techniques
Fri 02 May 2003
Europe wants to fine Microsoft $3B
Fri 02 May 2003
Cross-platform peer-to-peer music service is coming
Fri 02 May 2003
Hollywood continues to fight against your rights
Fri 02 May 2003
Billboard says Apple sold 275,000 songs in first 18 hours
Fri 02 May 2003
Privacy of thought
Fri 02 May 2003
RIAA/Students settle suit
Fri 02 May 2003
iTunes URLs
Thu 01 May 2003
Comparing Music Services
Thu 01 May 2003
iTunes and Apple Music Service coming to AOL?
Thu 01 May 2003
Nomad gets larger
Thu 01 May 2003
\"Steve Jobs: The Pied Piper of Music\"
Thu 01 May 2003
Apple Music's Digital Rights Management explored
Thu 01 May 2003
Apple Music appears to be looking to the indies, too
Thu 01 May 2003
SensorML brings auto-discovery to web sensors
Thu 01 May 2003
Safari's auto-fill wins
Thu 01 May 2003
Requesting \"The Anime Network\" is just clicks away
Thu 01 May 2003
More info on SBC frames patent tactics
Tue 29 April 2003
Load up those album covers
Tue 29 April 2003
Gartner report questions Linux on the desktop
Tue 29 April 2003
Fine funny filking
Tue 29 April 2003
MovieFest: Trapped in the machine double feature
Tue 29 April 2003
CNet's review of Apple Music Service luke warm
Tue 29 April 2003
IBM introduces portal speech recognition
Tue 29 April 2003
Intel to read your lips
Tue 29 April 2003
150 days with a TabletPC
Tue 29 April 2003
Satellite Radio on your PC
Tue 29 April 2003
Intel contractor finally charged
Tue 29 April 2003
University uses iTunes/iPod for lectures
Tue 29 April 2003
Apple announces Music-related products and ugprades
Mon 28 April 2003
New Palms said to compete with PocketPCs
Mon 28 April 2003
Madonna's file swapping scheme may have backfired
Mon 28 April 2003
Stolen Iraqi antiquities to be displayed online
Mon 28 April 2003
Intel to release 32-bit converter to fight Opteron
Mon 28 April 2003
Soyuz docks with ISS
Mon 28 April 2003
Updates on state Super-DMCA legislation
Mon 28 April 2003
Telemarketing \"crammer\" alledged to have used illegal tactics
Sun 27 April 2003
Whitehouse has leeway to classify internet
Sun 27 April 2003
Remote memory access over Ethernet
Sun 27 April 2003
Review: Bulletproof Monk
Sun 27 April 2003
Using thermal grease on AMD processors voids warrantee
Sun 27 April 2003
DirecTV discloser to plead guilty to Economic Espionage
Sun 27 April 2003
Microsoft new host of Unix Hater's Handbook
Sat 26 April 2003
Can DMCA be used for \"good\" too?
Sat 26 April 2003
MIT Suffers GNome infestation
Sat 26 April 2003
Second Harry Potter game demo for Mac available
Sat 26 April 2003
MacDevCenter lists freeware gems for OS X
Sat 26 April 2003
Online grocers make comeback
Sat 26 April 2003
LA judge makes file swapping legal
Sat 26 April 2003
Verizon privacy case takes a turn for the worse
Sat 26 April 2003
Video games as an essential educational tool?
Sat 26 April 2003
Review: Identity
Sat 26 April 2003
Review: Confidence
Thu 24 April 2003
Hard Drive backup with... well... hard drives!
Thu 24 April 2003
Moving non-standard iTunes directories
Thu 24 April 2003
DNA expert in UK calls for all to be registered
Thu 24 April 2003
The end of innovation?
Thu 24 April 2003
Chewbacca to return in Episode 3
Thu 24 April 2003
Matrix sequels to come to IMAX
Thu 24 April 2003
Terminator 3 trailer premiers
Thu 24 April 2003
Apple/AMD discussions again?
Thu 24 April 2003
Macintosh business accounting debate
Thu 24 April 2003
Online marketers push for self regulation before it's too late
Thu 24 April 2003
Top Role Playing Games make it to cell phones
Thu 24 April 2003
Company offers replacement iPod batteries
Thu 24 April 2003
DVD Copying company goes to court against studios
Thu 24 April 2003
DirecTV seeks beta testers
Tue 22 April 2003
eWeek exposes Apple's upcoming Panther details
Tue 22 April 2003
Vonage to get 911 services for their customers
Tue 22 April 2003
Adding lawsuit to corporate losses, Napster just keeps giving
Tue 22 April 2003
2004 Audi A8 may be ultimate geek car
Tue 22 April 2003
Intel resumes processor shipments
Mon 21 April 2003
AMD to announce 64-bit chip Tuesday
Mon 21 April 2003
BART announces SFO service just in time for WWDC
Mon 21 April 2003
Apple to provide \"music to your ears\" on April 28
Mon 21 April 2003
Burt Rutan aims to fly high, suborbital even
Mon 21 April 2003
Online newspapers starting to make money
Sun 20 April 2003
Do some Macs do USB 2.0?
Sun 20 April 2003
Review: \"Holes\" filled with fun
Sun 20 April 2003
Black box voting interview with Washington State Election officials
Sun 20 April 2003
OSX Ports mechanisms compared
Sun 20 April 2003
US Goverment sides with RIAA against user privacy
Sun 20 April 2003
Microsoft copy protection bug erroneously limits use of Office
Sun 20 April 2003
Happy Easter Eggs
Fri 18 April 2003
Iraqi information minister doll
Fri 18 April 2003
Disney parks / DC still under flight restrictions
Fri 18 April 2003
\"Time Traveler\" arrested for insider trading
Thu 17 April 2003
FTC to go after porn spammer
Thu 17 April 2003
ILM can now do realtime CGI in movie production
Thu 17 April 2003
Cisco readies VoIP wireless phone
Thu 17 April 2003
Green cars larger and more available in 2004?
Thu 17 April 2003
Homeland Security announces Privacy Czar
Thu 17 April 2003
Cisco publishes IETF draft on VoIP phone tapping
Thu 17 April 2003
SuperDMCA scares Michigan student's dissertation offshore
Thu 17 April 2003
Nokia plans to release direct-to-cellular surveillance camera
Thu 17 April 2003
Move afoot to standardize security principles
Thu 17 April 2003
Is cable/internet bundling illegal
Thu 17 April 2003
FWB working to bring 3D accelleration to PC emulator
Tue 15 April 2003
Diffe & Rivest bash Palladium
Tue 15 April 2003
King of Spam gets taste of own medicine, in real world
Tue 15 April 2003
Why not try 6 of them!
Tue 15 April 2003
Benneton wants to know where you're going
Tue 15 April 2003
Comedian extolls the virtue of Macs
Tue 15 April 2003
Get your Iraq's Most Wanted deck
Tue 15 April 2003
Opera decides it won't drop the Mac after all
Tue 15 April 2003
AOL bans SMTP servers on DSL lines
Tue 15 April 2003
OCTools has a Fluorinert immersion cooled PC
Tue 15 April 2003
Apple's fabled music service may be coming soon
Tue 15 April 2003
DMCA stops presentation of ID flaws
Tue 15 April 2003
Russians may add funding to ISS
Tue 15 April 2003
EPIC announces Privacy Threat Index
Tue 15 April 2003
T-Mobile adds Kinkos to HotSpot network
Tue 15 April 2003
SARS Sequenced
Tue 15 April 2003
Health insurance privacy provisions start today
Mon 14 April 2003
Oops! Intel delays new, faster P4
Mon 14 April 2003
Virtual keyboards on their way
Mon 14 April 2003
Intel employee detained without known cause
Mon 14 April 2003
Already missing the Minister of Information?
Mon 14 April 2003
Safari Beta 2 is out: Tabs, fixes, auto-fill, and more
Mon 14 April 2003
Tom's Hardware reviews the '800MHz' Intels
Sun 13 April 2003
Despite claims, 17\" AlBook is usable on planes
Sun 13 April 2003
HP backing calculator emulators with ROM images
Fri 11 April 2003
Hong Kong to change their new tourism slogan
Fri 11 April 2003
Ebert comments on Moore's Oscar speach
Fri 11 April 2003
Golaith attacks former Goliath
Fri 11 April 2003
Site dedicated to RIAA claims
Fri 11 April 2003
OSX 10.2.5 available
Fri 11 April 2003
Anti-spam attack goes legal again
Fri 11 April 2003
Rumor:Apple to purchase Universal record label
Fri 11 April 2003
Hi-tech theft enabled by the web
Thu 10 April 2003
Auto-fill for Safari (and others)
Thu 10 April 2003
ISS Spacewalk for two Americans
Thu 10 April 2003
Are copy protected CDs really CDs?
Thu 10 April 2003
FCC holds fast as cell companies fight number portability
Thu 10 April 2003
Reverse-engineering challenge to DMCA struck down
Thu 10 April 2003
Republicans look to make USA PATRIOT act permanent
Thu 10 April 2003
Microsoft looks to other company's sales for profits
Thu 10 April 2003
DMCA sends man to jail for 5 months
Wed 09 April 2003
Your ISP wants your IP
Wed 09 April 2003
Sun looking to AMD's Opteron chip
Wed 09 April 2003
Philips adds internet to consumer DVD-R design
Tue 08 April 2003
Review: Spirited Away
Tue 08 April 2003
Virtual Rendezvous hosts for Apache
Tue 08 April 2003
Anti-spam activist vindicated by Md court
Tue 08 April 2003
Inspiration for Babar dies at 99
Tue 08 April 2003
A terrorist by any other name
Tue 08 April 2003
Sandia National Labs announces fusion track
Tue 08 April 2003
Adobe Acrobat 6.0 on the horizon
Tue 08 April 2003
Is IM interoperability dead?
Tue 08 April 2003
Buggy software as a license enforcement technology
Tue 08 April 2003
Via and Intel agree on patent disputes
Mon 07 April 2003
How big is the 17\" AlBook?
Sun 06 April 2003
Net oven cools as well as heats
Sun 06 April 2003
English Al-Jazeera site back up
Fri 04 April 2003
17\" AlBook initial thoughts
Fri 04 April 2003
Apple dealers may have been decertified
Tue 01 April 2003
George Foreman iGrill cooks burgers over USB
Tue 01 April 2003
eBay's Paypal unit accused of violating Patriot Act
Tue 01 April 2003
XBox challenge successfully met
Tue 01 April 2003
Adobe's \"PC Preferred\" analysis flawed
Mon 31 March 2003
ReactOS: NT4-compatible Open Source OS
Mon 31 March 2003
nVidia releases Linux driver update utility
Mon 31 March 2003
Mozilla gets Mail-only program
Mon 31 March 2003
Mac users prepare for April Fools
Mon 31 March 2003
Military turns off certain satellite phones in Iraq
Mon 31 March 2003
Shuttle's data recorder sheds new light
Mon 31 March 2003
Hackers stand up against news site defacements
Mon 31 March 2003
Be careful what you buy
Sun 30 March 2003
Uncle Saddam comes to DVD
Sun 30 March 2003
Mobile phone fallout of War in Iraq
Sun 30 March 2003
Europe's GPS competitor gets go-ahead
Sun 30 March 2003
Librarians blow whistle on state DMCA laws
Sun 30 March 2003
Growing state movement to outlaw VPN and NAT technology
Sat 29 March 2003
Tiny robots to use Bluetooth
Sat 29 March 2003
ISS crew launch expected in April
Sat 29 March 2003
Review: Dreamcatcher
Sat 29 March 2003
Review: The Core
Sat 29 March 2003
Another reason to consider unlisted numbers
Sat 29 March 2003
Updated MMOG subscription info available
Sat 29 March 2003
Fujitsu readies Open Source robot
Sat 29 March 2003
DivX player announced
Fri 28 March 2003
DVD about OpenSource is CSS free
Fri 28 March 2003
Japan launches spy satellites
Fri 28 March 2003
Using an iPod to configure XServes
Wed 26 March 2003
MySQL 4.0 gets green light
Wed 26 March 2003
Not necessarilly legal tender
Wed 26 March 2003
Cool TV feature
Wed 26 March 2003
Shadowbane up and running
Wed 19 March 2003
Yellow Dog Linux 3.0 released
Wed 19 March 2003
Business 2.0's 101 Dumbest Business Moments
Wed 19 March 2003
Initial P800 review
Wed 19 March 2003
Tom's Hardware talks dead pixels on LCDs
Wed 19 March 2003
Apple updates X11 package to beta 3
Wed 19 March 2003
Apple's PowerSchool gets update to 3.5
Wed 19 March 2003
Apple releases \"Cluster Node\" XServe
Wed 19 March 2003
UK Broadband penetration surges
Thu 13 March 2003
Companies ready solutions to Do-Not-Call list problem
Thu 13 March 2003
RIM releases smaller Blackberry
Thu 13 March 2003
India/Pakistan dispute takes to the net
Thu 13 March 2003
AMD announces new laptop chips
Thu 13 March 2003
Free money for copyright holders in Germany
Thu 13 March 2003
\"Great Dark Spot\" discovered on Jupiter
Thu 13 March 2003
Apple links with CompUSA for new software distribution system
Thu 13 March 2003
Another Microsoft \"convert\"
Tue 11 March 2003
Our fine govenment spending our money again
Mon 10 March 2003
Bungie reiterates intention for Macintosh Halo
Mon 10 March 2003
Article questions scism in computer industry about DMCA
Sat 08 March 2003
GDC: The expo floor
Sat 08 March 2003
GDC Day 4
Sat 08 March 2003
Child pornography searches thrown out for lack of evidence
Sat 08 March 2003
A Mac in the sand
Sat 08 March 2003
GDC: An industry maturing
Fri 07 March 2003
Congressional proposal would bring BALANCE to DMCA
Fri 07 March 2003
Global wISP directory online
Fri 07 March 2003
Community rallies to support IBM in suit against SCO
Fri 07 March 2003
GameSpy publishing coverage of GDC 2003
Fri 07 March 2003
SCO sues IBM for ... 1 million... 1 Billion dollars
Fri 07 March 2003
Sony starts taking Applications for EQ Mac Beta
Fri 07 March 2003
Broadcast flag for digital TV in question
Fri 07 March 2003
Cox FAQ says Win95/98 is \"quite secure\"
Fri 07 March 2003
Cornell to charge students and faculty for \"excessive net use\"
Fri 07 March 2003
Online porn law beaten back again by 3rd circuit
Fri 07 March 2003
Antitrust lawsuit filed against Lexmark
Fri 07 March 2003
GDC Day 3
Thu 06 March 2003
ITTT: Internet to the trailer
Thu 06 March 2003
Wired writes on DMCA's potential chilling effects
Thu 06 March 2003
Australia's police crack down on music piracy
Thu 06 March 2003
Internet2 pushes close to 1gbps over long haul
Wed 05 March 2003
Is US reasearch in trouble?
Wed 05 March 2003
Dell unveils new laptop with HUGE resolution
Wed 05 March 2003
From the mouths of CTOs
Wed 05 March 2003
GDC: Day 1
Wed 05 March 2003
Maine laptop program seen as a success
Wed 05 March 2003
Motor City Online spins out
Wed 05 March 2003
Visible-light wireless using Free Space Optics
Tue 04 March 2003
Waiter! There's a fly in my server!
Mon 03 March 2003
Homeland Security gains support for sendmail response
Mon 03 March 2003
Sony set to sell Blue DVD next month
Mon 03 March 2003
Microsoft abandons OpenGL for DirectX
Mon 03 March 2003
Apple releases Security Update
Mon 03 March 2003
China plans to mine the moon
Mon 03 March 2003
G3 phone connects school bus full of kids to the internet
Mon 03 March 2003
Lindows may use Microsoft v. Apple evidence in lawsuit
Mon 03 March 2003
Icon Wars: Frivolous but funny
Mon 03 March 2003
UK gets 3G wireless
Mon 03 March 2003
China plans trip to the moon
Mon 03 March 2003
Intel Open Runtime Platform paper released
Sun 02 March 2003
Software glitch causes ATC in Japan to curtail flights
Sat 01 March 2003
Very cool snow crystal site
Sat 01 March 2003
Monster.Com warns about new identity theft method
Sat 01 March 2003
Use your iPod for yet more
Sat 01 March 2003
Flying or Buying, they both want your credit records
Sat 01 March 2003
Ozone and Pesticides, together again, but in a different way
Sat 01 March 2003
bCentral outage affects thousands of businesses
Fri 28 February 2003
Should Apple eye Bochs as VirtualPC alternative
Fri 28 February 2003
Lexmark wins injunction in DMCA case
Fri 28 February 2003
California eBay's airport security left-overs
Fri 28 February 2003
Red Herring's bubble finally bursts
Fri 28 February 2003
PerversionTracker reviews Opera for the Mac
Thu 27 February 2003
Play your vinyl LP's on a scanner
Thu 27 February 2003
.Mac iDisks now accessible from XP
Thu 27 February 2003
The beginning of the end of a tax-free net?
Thu 27 February 2003
\"Virtual March\" on the Capital
Thu 27 February 2003
It's a lonely day in the neighborhood...
Tue 25 February 2003
Ireland forcing telcoms to store call data.
Mon 24 February 2003
Use your cell phone as a remote to your laptop
Mon 24 February 2003
\"Lawrence\" MovieFest a success
Mon 24 February 2003
Amusing Seti@Home note
Mon 24 February 2003
AOL's customer DB hacked (maybe)
Sun 23 February 2003
Taberna del Alabardero - Washington, DC
Fri 21 February 2003
Microsoft releases new DRM technology
Thu 20 February 2003
Formula 1 changes anger participants
Thu 20 February 2003
The Official Chair of Office Hockey?
Thu 20 February 2003
Music publishers sue, well..., music publishers
Thu 20 February 2003
Harvard study reports net blocking threatens legit sites
Thu 20 February 2003
University of Wyoming watches file trading
Thu 20 February 2003
Update your blog from your phone
Thu 20 February 2003
WiFi/Cellular phones coming
Wed 19 February 2003
IBM Chooses QTopia for PPC PDA
Wed 19 February 2003
Nikon releases new CoolPix cameras
Tue 18 February 2003
PDF Workflow menu for OS X 10.2.4
Tue 18 February 2003
MacRumors Buyer's Guide
Tue 18 February 2003
12-digit numbers may be coming to US
Tue 18 February 2003
Better flight information
Mon 17 February 2003
IBM powers up first Power5 machine
Sat 15 February 2003
Fast, verbose XML Validating parser
Sat 15 February 2003
802.11g standard updated
Sat 15 February 2003
The Case Against Intellectual Property
Sat 15 February 2003
Chinese Lord of the Rings?
Sat 15 February 2003
O'Reilly details a Python/ObjectiveC bridge
Sat 15 February 2003
Russia announces plan to man ISS
Fri 14 February 2003
Review published on new Sony Ericsson P800
Fri 14 February 2003
Sony's portable wireless web server
Fri 14 February 2003
Warning to PayPal customers: Don't click on that!
Fri 14 February 2003
Symantec slammed over knowing about slammer
Fri 14 February 2003
Japanese man arrested for virtual theft
Fri 14 February 2003
U.S. backs international plan for net, phone harmonization
Fri 14 February 2003
FTD.com site serves up personal info to hackers
Fri 14 February 2003
Review: Shanghai Knights
Fri 14 February 2003
OSX: Installing GNU Readline support
Fri 14 February 2003
Python and XML under 10.2(x)
Thu 13 February 2003
OSX 10.2: Fix for Python build problems
Thu 13 February 2003
Canadian Copyright Board looks at gouging customers for the RIAA
Wed 12 February 2003
House, Senate agree to limit surveillance
Wed 12 February 2003
Apple publishes Keynote file format
Wed 12 February 2003
Apple updates X11 and Safari betas
Wed 12 February 2003
Grand jury hands down DMCA indictments
Wed 12 February 2003
New music information database launched
Wed 12 February 2003
The future of laptop batteries?
Wed 12 February 2003
Is Yao a traitor to Mac-dom?
Wed 12 February 2003
Lucent readies new high-speed cellular
Wed 12 February 2003
Tivo answers upgrade dilemma
Wed 12 February 2003
German govermnent shuts down gruesome website
Tue 11 February 2003
Kentucky mandates broadband for public housing
Tue 11 February 2003
IEEE comes out against DMCA
Tue 11 February 2003
NASA announces initial MAP results
Tue 11 February 2003
Gateway TiBook?
Tue 11 February 2003
Google, Apple top brands of the year
Tue 11 February 2003
Portion of Columbia wing found
Mon 10 February 2003
Microsoft files .NET patents
Mon 10 February 2003
Canadian's debate new ID cards for US entry
Mon 10 February 2003
PDF plugin for MacOS X
Mon 10 February 2003
New version of Apple's X11 server
Mon 10 February 2003
Best new logo merchandise site
Mon 10 February 2003
Apple upgrades Xserve and finally adds RAID product
Sun 09 February 2003
Sun Java complaints under Solaris
Sun 09 February 2003
Chunnel link digging causes sink hole in London
Fri 07 February 2003
Japan's move toward open source
Fri 07 February 2003
DMCA vs. Verizon, take II
Fri 07 February 2003
Who is Harley Earl?
Fri 07 February 2003
Liberty Alliance publishes white paper
Fri 07 February 2003
TIA gets two watchdogs
Fri 07 February 2003
UK software manufacturer accused of Linux violation
Fri 07 February 2003
Carjacker clocked by judo team sentenced
Fri 07 February 2003
RIAA attacked again
Fri 07 February 2003
Researchers find Internet a productivity plus
Fri 07 February 2003
Internet access at work may help, not hurt productivity
Fri 07 February 2003
Chinese company stops shipping Cisco clones
Fri 07 February 2003
President calls for national strategy on Cyberattacks
Fri 07 February 2003
Just when you thought it was safe to surf
Fri 07 February 2003
New, glossy plastic from GE
Fri 07 February 2003
India names satellites after Columbia autronaut
Fri 07 February 2003
Boeing's in-flight internet service progresses
Fri 07 February 2003
Student prosecuted for installing key logging on campus
Fri 07 February 2003
One Safari author calls for comments
Fri 07 February 2003
Interview with Dennis Ritchie
Thu 06 February 2003
Iraqis misquote NYT article
Thu 06 February 2003
FAQ about the Columbia disaster
Thu 06 February 2003
Hi-tech stalking
Thu 06 February 2003
More fun with bad patents
Thu 06 February 2003
Does your employer want to know your credit history
Thu 06 February 2003
Location-based messages on cellular phones
Thu 06 February 2003
Baked Apple
Thu 06 February 2003
Tom's Hardware reviews first Pentium-M laptop
Thu 06 February 2003
Microsoft to have its own \"switcher\" campaign?
Thu 06 February 2003
Sales tax coming to a site near you
Wed 05 February 2003
NASA plans to go nuclear
Wed 05 February 2003
More patch fun for Microsoft
Wed 05 February 2003
Dot profits finally start to roll in
Wed 05 February 2003
Why Apple needs to get in bed with IBM already
Wed 05 February 2003
NAT host counting divulged by AT&T
Wed 05 February 2003
Something rotten in statistics-land
Wed 05 February 2003
All that is wrong about (software) patents
Tue 04 February 2003
Steel users protest import tariffs
Tue 04 February 2003
Anti-Spam filters kill political debate in UK
Tue 04 February 2003
Firewire beats USB 2.0 is PC Mag head-to-head
Tue 04 February 2003
iPod micro-Linux
Mon 03 February 2003
Evidence against SBC's patents climbs
Mon 03 February 2003
Migration to broadband finally underway
Mon 03 February 2003
Industry and Pentagon reach compromise on WiFi
Mon 03 February 2003
NASA accepting digital evidence
Mon 03 February 2003
Artists start to stand up against the RIAA
Mon 03 February 2003
Digital Media Consumer Rights Act - Your help needed
Mon 03 February 2003
RFID's coming to consumer goods
Mon 03 February 2003
Microsoft's play for DRM on CD's - altrusim or market grab?
Sun 02 February 2003
64-bit computing today and beyond
Sun 02 February 2003
Experts claim Microsoft's security efforts are lacking
Sun 02 February 2003
Embrace file sharing or die
Sat 01 February 2003
Review:The Recruit
Sat 01 February 2003
Contact with Space Shuttle lost
Sat 01 February 2003
Using Linksys 802.11g cards in a Mac
Sat 01 February 2003
The Phone Company protects your privacy?
Sat 01 February 2003
Do DVDs rot?
Fri 31 January 2003
Electronic Frontier Finland wins copyright battle
Fri 31 January 2003
You get the byte code you optimize for
Fri 31 January 2003
Tip & Review: Microsoft Remote Desktop for Macintosh
Thu 30 January 2003
Hollywood moves to stop sale of editing DVD player
Thu 30 January 2003
Cellular phones in cars under attack
Thu 30 January 2003
USPTO cracks down on useless genome patents
Thu 30 January 2003
Australia's new steam-powered underwater jet engine
Thu 30 January 2003
Microsoft and Sun debate .Net vs. Java
Wed 29 January 2003
Opera uses Safari as excuse to abandon lame browser
Wed 29 January 2003
Navman to offer Bluetooth GPS
Tue 28 January 2003
I, Cringely discusses the SBC link patents
Tue 28 January 2003
AT&T Wireless brings up 802.11b
Tue 28 January 2003
Speedbumped G4's and cheaper displays
Tue 28 January 2003
Wes Worrell wins Habitat photo contest
Tue 28 January 2003
The printer saga has a happy ending
Mon 27 January 2003
Microsoft bit by own bugs
Mon 27 January 2003
Is Windows ready for the desktop?
Mon 27 January 2003
Tom's Hardware reviews GeForceFX
Mon 27 January 2003
In-depth follow-up on the \"world's fastest browser\" story
Mon 27 January 2003
Help defeat the TIA initiative
Mon 27 January 2003
DMCA exemption comment period ends Feb 19
Sun 26 January 2003
Fascination with standards is anti-internet
Sun 26 January 2003
New web system for highway and weather status
Sun 26 January 2003
Illegal Art
Sun 26 January 2003
Anyone want a .mil domain for free?
Sun 26 January 2003
Economist pleads for old approach to copyright
Sun 26 January 2003
Whooping Crane \"Father\" Dies
Sun 26 January 2003
Microsoft Drops Security Moniker
Sat 25 January 2003
Apple posts X11 FAQ
Sat 25 January 2003
TechnoCheating - UMD and SMS
Sat 25 January 2003
Microsoft Slows Net With Sloppy Software
Sat 25 January 2003
Phish Leads The Way For Live Music Distribution
Fri 24 January 2003
Sony's Dilemma
Fri 24 January 2003
Good Sun Article on Java for OS X
Thu 23 January 2003
City of Houston,TX Gives Microsoft's Office the Boot
Thu 23 January 2003
Apple, Microsoft, & Friends vs. the MPAA/RIAA
Thu 23 January 2003
Sherpa Puts Everest Online
Thu 23 January 2003
Court Hold AOL Immune From Subscriber's Evil Files
Thu 23 January 2003
McDonald's Obesity Law Suite Dismissed
Thu 23 January 2003
Republican Senator Joins Fight Against TIA
Wed 22 January 2003
Congress Readies for Another Go At Videogame Regulation
Wed 22 January 2003
IBM Release Linux/PPC PDA Platform
Wed 22 January 2003
Bitstream Releases 10 Fonts To Open Software
Wed 22 January 2003
Interesting Take on the Abortion Debate
Wed 22 January 2003
More Fun With Wireless Keyboards
Wed 22 January 2003
Judge Orders Verizon to ID User to RIAA
Tue 21 January 2003
MovieFest: Lawrence of Arabia
Tue 21 January 2003
Thorough Linksys 802.11g AP Review Posted
Mon 20 January 2003
370 LD collection up for bids on Ebay
Sun 19 January 2003
UK press takes on German Chancellor
Sun 19 January 2003
Embryo implantation figured out
Sun 19 January 2003
Patents bit the House in the hip
Sun 19 January 2003
NASA funding for nuclear rockets may increase $1B
Sat 18 January 2003
Network Associates loses shrink-wrap case
Sat 18 January 2003
Microsoft government access misses the point
Sat 18 January 2003
Microsoft announces CD copy protection scheme
Sat 18 January 2003
RIAA Proposes ISP Fees to pay for Music
Sat 18 January 2003
PBS's Cringely proposes next Windows be based on Linux
Sat 18 January 2003
Tomcat configuration under OS X 10.2 server
Sat 18 January 2003
First impressions of Apple's X11 server
Thu 16 January 2003
Librarians give mixed impression of Post-9/11 policies
Thu 16 January 2003
More rediculous DMCA moves
Thu 16 January 2003
Grid Computing Information
Thu 16 January 2003
George Orwell may have been right
Thu 16 January 2003
More info on Copyright terms
Wed 15 January 2003
Old hard drives provide an interesting read
Wed 15 January 2003
Supreme's rule for copyright extension
Wed 15 January 2003
Let's look at the IBM 970
Wed 15 January 2003
Copyright Accord Missing Key Players
Tue 14 January 2003
Chimera config changes increase speed
Tue 14 January 2003
Good ACM article on reverse-engineering
Tue 14 January 2003
RIAA Hacking You Back
Tue 14 January 2003
First Monthly MovieFest set for Sunday 1/19 14:00
Tue 14 January 2003
Apple objects to California/Microsoft settlement
Tue 14 January 2003
Apple's choice of KHTML over Mozilla
Mon 13 January 2003
PalmSource to move from Graffiti to Graffiti 2
Mon 13 January 2003
Humor: New missile system sent back to the drawing board
Mon 13 January 2003
SCO Refutes claims that it intends to charge for Linux
Mon 13 January 2003
Big batch of LD's going on auction
Mon 13 January 2003
Press: SCO may press Linux Patent Claims
Mon 13 January 2003
Playstation 3 write-up at Inquirer
Mon 13 January 2003
Declaration of ICANN independence by Aaron
Mon 13 January 2003
Teenager's Browser Quadruples Web Speed (or does it)
Mon 13 January 2003
FavIcons (those bookmark icons)
Mon 13 January 2003
IBM #1 in patents Again
Sun 12 January 2003
Interesting article on OSX X11
Sun 12 January 2003
EFF & DMCA: Unintended Consequences
Sun 12 January 2003
A funny thing happened on the way to the printer
Sat 11 January 2003
Netgear 802.11g AP $200
Sat 11 January 2003
Clift Hotel, San Francisco
Sat 11 January 2003
Safari News
Sat 11 January 2003
All of your favorite sites at a glance
Sat 11 January 2003
MacWorld Summary
Sat 11 January 2003
Trade shows in the oughts
Fri 10 January 2003
Licensed to talk
Fri 10 January 2003
Gaige's Pages gets a facelift