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IT Managers Ignore Wireless at Their Peril

Wireless communication, once the domain of broadcasters and carriers, is now available everywhere we work, play, study, dine and drink coffee.

The Next Generation May be 'Chipped'

You may reject the idea of a microchip implant, but your grandkids could welcome "uberveillance," a researcher says.

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Technology and Beer: A Love Story

Beer is the world's oldest alcoholic beverage, but technology is integral to modern brewers.

China Readies Internet Blackout for Tiananmen Square Anniversary

An anonymizer network used to bypass Internet filters has identified an uptick in Chinese censorship in anticipation of the anniversary of the revolt.

Australian Cereal Hacker on Defacement Rampage

The websites of Kellogg's, Nutri-Grain, Vogel's and Specialty Cereals were hit in a string of mass defacements on Sunday.