Monthly Archives: April 2011

Is There Nowhere Safe?

By Ben Spielberg A couple months ago, Google was going through some major scrutiny by France when officials came to the conclusion that the cars that take pictures for Google Maps also collect encrypted information. In other words, sometimes Google … Continue reading

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Online Gambling Bankrupts Souls

By Jaron Zanerhaft On Friday, the FBI shut down three of the largest internet gambling sites to cater to US citizens.  Online gambling has been illegal for years, yet as addicts of any type know, legality is only a speed … Continue reading

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The Death of the Flip Brings a Life Out of an Android

By Ben Spielberg Remember those old Nokia cell phones that were shaped like bricks? Yeah, the ones that didn’t have color let alone a touch screen? How about when the first point-and-shoot digital cameras were released to the public, barely … Continue reading

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Tweet It In

By Ben Spielberg   This is most definitely NOT a good week for Southwest airlines. On April 1st, Southwest flight 812 had a few technical difficulties. For instance, there was a sudden loss of cabin pressure mid-flight and then a … Continue reading

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