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Expert: Casey Searched Neck-Breaking, Death On Web

Expert: Casey Searched Neck-Breaking, Death On Web Head injuries, neck-breaking, internal bleeding, death, and chloroform were some of the topics that computer experts said, on Wednesday in Casey Anthony’s trial, she was researching before Caylee disappeared. DAY 24: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 […]

Sound the death knell for IPv4

Sound the death knell for IPv4 The apocalypse is here; the 4.3 billion unique client addresses once made available by Vinton Cerf and the founders of the internet in 1977 are rapidly disappearing. Read more on Computerworld Singapore Cloud fight! Amazon Cloud Drive vs. Google Docs vs. Microsoft Skydrive Analysis: The competition is getting more […]

The death of the iPod

The death of the iPod It’s 10 years since the original iPod shuffled on to the scene, changing the way we listen to and buy music for good. But could it soon be time to hang up our white headphones? Johnny Davis reports. Read more on Sydney Morning Herald BounceBack Ultimate 9.2 Data Backup and […]

The 13 Serious Death Threats to Your Websites

The 13 Serious Death Threats to Your Websites Most Webmasters and website owners ignore the dangers associated with hosting a website with their webhosts. They rely heavily on their webhosts, their server, datacenter and new technology to secure their websites. However, this mindset often leads to costly consequences such as data and opportunity losses. Here […]

Away with Applications: The Death of the Desktop

Google Tech Talks May 4, 2007 ABSTRACT The computer desktop metaphor is ubiquitous, but how much work do we get done there? None! Time is entirely wasted navigating or shuffling content to the application in which we can finally work. What lessons can we learn from designing interfaces without the desktop and without applications? Is […]

Facing down the ‘blue screen of death’

Facing down the ‘blue screen of death’ This screen shot shows the dreaded ‘blue screen of death’ — indicating a major Windows error. After writing my first column two weeks ago, I received a lot of great questions that covered a wide variety of computer problems. Read more on The Grass Valley Union Press Release […]