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Soon, Your Car May Prevent You From Driving Drunk

New blood-alcohol-sensor technology could cause your car to shut down automatically if it senses you’re over the legal blood-alcohol limit of 0.08. In a presentation to Congress on Thursday, the

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Google Data Shows Self-Driving Car Not at Fault in Accidents

The sheer thought of seeing a car going down the road without a driver is a little scary to say the least. However, Google’s self-driving car seems to be doing

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Google Boosts Chrome Performance and Battery Efficiency

In a rare admission that its Chrome browser may not be as lite and power efficient as previously claimed, Google touted a new update aimed at improving battery life on

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New Benefits for Solar Energy Use

Federal tax credits implemented to encourage solar energy development and use After years of failed attempts, the U.S. Congress passed comprehensive energy legislation last summer. Spurred by record prices for

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New SpyWare Holding Computer users to Ransome

Ransom Ware Coming To A Computer Near You. Apparently computer users have something new to worry about in the form of what’s fast becoming known as “ransom ware.” Hackers have

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Windows more secure than Linux?

Which server environment is more secure? Windows or Linux? This question has been debated to the nth degree at the various computer forums, blogs, and numerous other places. A study

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Phishing Attacks up 366%

A recent security threat report issued by Symantec.com detailed a number of the threats facing computer and Internet users in their travels. The most prevalent threats are apparently those that

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Network Security Management

Microsoft says ” Strategic planning, research, product development, marketing data, third-party information, and other corporate secrets are widely distributed on individual computers throughout an enterprise. These workstations, regular desktop computers,

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PRION REMOVAL TECHNOLOGY

(Source: Pall Corporation) – An update on Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSEs), including variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD), the human form of Mad Cow Disease, was a key topic at the Food

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