Attempts to prevent the extradition of UK hacker Gary McKinnon have suffered another set back, with a judge deeming there to be no bias in the extradition of British criminal subjects.
LinkedIn launches a new campaign this week helping its members to understand how to 'brand' themselves better.
There's been lots of news about China's Green Dam web-filtering campaign this week, with reports that it hasn't been scrapped but merely delayed.
The ferroelectric materials found in today's smart cards may soon eliminate the time-consuming booting and rebooting of computer operating systems by providing an "instant-on" capability as well as preventing losses from power failures.
Researchers at at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center and at the Ioffe Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia, have developed a heat-dissipation method that cools carbon nanotube electronics by utilizing nonconventional radiation in a "near-field zone" just above the substrate, or surface, on which the nanotubes rest.
There have been renewed calls for pupils who insult staff on the internet to be expelled, after a girls' school was hit by a Facebook bullying scandal.
As fish supplies dwindle and competition among commercial fishing boats intensifies, a group of Japanese trawlermen have turned to the internet to give themselves an edge.