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Bromium Aims to Isolate Tasks Rather Than Walling off PCs

A technology will secure computers not by blocking them off from suspect data and applications but by isolating anything untrusted from the core of the OS.

Google: Use the Cloud, Save the Planet

You have to think about security issues, but the potential energy savings of using the cloud are crystal clear.

High-tech Knee Strap Powers Devices Through Walking

This could enable a new generation of GPS tracking, more advanced signal processing and more frequent and longer wireless transmission, the researchers said.

Google Doodle: Newspaper, Coffee, and Hug Make for Good Father's Day

The search giant's website Sunday features a special doodle with a theme just for dads to mark their special day.


FCC to Review Cell Phone Radiation Standards

Studies have shown no conclusive evidence regarding danger from wireless signals, but the FCC wants to reopen an inquiry into whether its regulations do enough to protect consumers.


Fast Networks Key to New Apps, Says White House

Fast food franchises have a larger presence in many communities than next generation, high-speed gigabit networks, a fact the White House says it's attempting to address.

Nokia to Cut 10,000 Employees by End 2013, Sells Vertu

Nokia said Thursday that it plans to cut up to 10,000 positions globally by the end of 2013.

Verizon Details Voice, Data Sharing Plans that Debut June 28

Verizon’s shared plans are aimed at eliminating unlimited data offerings from its service mix.

Lenovo Launches No-contract Mobile Broadband for Select ThinkPad Laptops

Select ThinkPad notebooks built with a 3G module inside now have access to a new no-contract mobile broadband service offered by Lenovo.

Linx Fortifies Internet Infrastructure for Olympics

Linx is now deploying BlackDiamond X8 switches from Extreme Networks in preparation for the Olympics to handle the onslaught of Internet traffic.