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  • Of air cards and Internet connections for Gloucester supervisors

     
    It's been noted that Supervisor Gregory Woodard has a Verizon air card paid for by county taxpayers at $43.01 per month. An air card allows Woodard access to the Internet on a laptop or other device. Think of it in lieu......
  • MapQuest 4 Mobile 2.0 App Review

     
    Earlier this week, MapQuest released a new version of its app for iPhone and Blackberry users. MapQuest 4 Mobile 2.0 is now available for iPhone 4, and it can run in the background while you???re multitasking. It???s also a very......
  • 2009 BMW Owners in the U.S. Can Google

     
    Already available in Europe, owners of 2009 BMWs in the U.S. will get in-car Google as well. The service will include integrated Google maps that will let the passenger or driver search for restaurants, movie theaters or any other type......
  • Palin's e-mail hacker: Wasilla High, code

     
    by Mark Silva How was Sarah Palin's e-mail hacked? The hacker posed as Palin. After Palin's Yahoo! e-mail address was posted online, the self-identified hacker has reported anonymously at a Web-site where the fruits of his Palin hacking first appeared,......
  • Obama Advertises in Racing Game

     
    Sen. Barack Obama has pulled ahead of John McCain in the polls, but that hasn't stopped him from blanket advertising, even in video games like "Burnout Paradise" for Xbox 360. This makes sense: While racing exotic cars through fictitious cities,......
  • U.S. military computers cyberattacked

     
    by Frank James Defense officials have been concerned for years about the threat to U.S. government computer networks posed by cyberattacks from American adversaries whether they're governments, criminal networks or hackers, with particular concern about...
  • Chris Wallace in 'the post-Russert era'

     
    by Mark Silva In the "post-Russert era'' of the Sunday morning news shows, FOX News Sunday's Chris Wallace is settling in for his sixth year in the saddle. And for this seasoned Sunday-morning newsman, the challenge of preserving the "firewall''......
  • Genachowski is Obama's FCC pick

     
    by Frank James President-elect Barack Obama is reportedly going to name his old Harvard Law Review colleague Julius Genachowski to chair the Federal Communications Commission. Genachowski, 46, has led Obama's technology, media and telecommunications...
  • Wired nation: Broadband as stimulus

     
    by Rebecca Cole In Martin County, Ky., a remote corner of Appalachia, it can take hours to reach a distant doctor's office, a simple cholesterol check costing a miner a day's work. "It's a long way from an office building......
  • iPhone to Add Turn-By-Turn Features This Summer

     
    Just a few days ago, we reviewed the first turn-by-turn navigation app for the iPhone. Today, Apple announced it will allow application developers to use the Google Maps platform to create a new breed of turn-by-turn apps. While no developers......
  • Obama: Cybersecurity 21st Cen. threat

     
    by Mark Silva Calling the protection of government and private information and communications networks "one of the most serious... security challenges of the 21st Century,'' President Barack Obama plans to appoint a new advisor to oversee a national...