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Apple shuts down Think Secret? Imprimer

Remember how back in 2005 Apple sued Think Secret, one of the most infamous Apple rumor sites on the block? Apparently TS's publisher Nick Ciarelli (aka Nick DePlume) settled and even managed to keep his inside sources hidden (and the man has many), but paid the ultimate price: he's agreed to shut down the site, presumably for good -- at least in its current incarnation.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( dimanche, 23 décembre 2007 03:03 )
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Sun to support OpenOffice.org Imprimer
Écrit par iweditor   

iweditor writes:

"Adding OpenOffice to its armada, Sun Microsystems on Monday is offering support for the productivity suite to distributors for $20 per user per month. Sun's move comes as OpenOffice.org is being downloaded 1 million times per week with total downloads to date standing at about 110 million, a Sun official explained. Sun does not plan to provide indemnification against lawsuits for OpenOffice.org, as it does for StarOffice. The company is also releasing StarOffice 8 Server." View full article here.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( jeudi, 20 décembre 2007 06:15 )
 
BlackBerry Maker Picks U.S. Headquarters Imprimer
Research in Motion will put its U.S. headquarters in a Texas suburb where it plans to employ more than 1,000 people within next several years. View NYT article here.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( jeudi, 20 décembre 2007 02:49 )
 
Satellite Photo of Earth at Night Imprimer
See NASA's famous "Satellite Photo of Earth at Night" with a detailed zoom and commentary for each populated continent!
Mis à jour / Last updated ( jeudi, 20 décembre 2007 02:51 )
 
Gates foundation deathly side-effects Imprimer
Écrit par HuguesT   

HuguesT writes:

"An long and detailed article from the L.A. Times points out severe, unintended side effects of the health policies of the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation. This foundation has given away almost 2 billions US$ to the fight against AIDS, TB and Malaria worldwide. Thanks in no small measure to this effort, the death toll from AIDS in most of Africa are finally leveling off.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( dimanche, 23 décembre 2007 03:04 )
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Black hole death ray caught on camera - 'Death Star' galaxy blasts neighbour Imprimer

NASA has identified a rather unfriendly galaxy which is blasting its neighbour with a black-hole generated jet in what the agency calls "never-before witnessed galactic violence". View full article here.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( jeudi, 20 décembre 2007 01:54 )
 
Leading climatologist accused of fraud Imprimer
A climatologist at the State University of New York, Dr.Wei-Chyung Wang, has been accused of fabricating data in his research on global warming. The full story [1MB pdf] has been published, by a Canadian mathematician. Wang has published over 100 research papers and he was the chief scientist of the Chinese–American Carbon Dioxide Research Program.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 31 décembre 1969 15:00 )
 
Canadian cell phone customer gets a 85,000$ bill, no mistakes made says the company Imprimer
A Canadian customer realized that his phone bill had reached 65,000$. He then decides to call the cell phone company to complain just to be told that his bill had now reached 85,000$ because of the "data transfers" the customer had made while using his cell phone as a modem.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:51 )
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Could global warming be unstoppable and natural? Imprimer
Écrit par WED Fan   

Sure to be miscategorized as global warming denial, this letter is not drawing a lot of press attention because it is an inconvenient proof that the so-called consensus is not a consensus at all. Further it draws out a point that I have been making, that trying to stop the unstoppable is a waste of resources that would better be used to work on things like feeding the hungry, curing the sick, helping the poor.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:51 )
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Upcoming battle between Microsoft and Google, desktop based VS web based applications Imprimer
Écrit par Hugh Pickens   

There is a long article in the NYTimes well worth reading called "Google Gets Ready to Rumble With Microsoft" about the business strategies both companies are pursuing and about the future of applications and where they will reside — on the web or on the desktop.

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