Online News Editor, Network World
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networkworld.com — The mantra is old, grant you, but worth repeating since its obvious from the amount of cybersecurity breaches that not everyone is listening. Speaking at the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute this week, Deputy Attorney General of the United States James Cole said there are a ton of things companies can do to help government and vice-versa, combat cyber threats through better prevention, preparedness, and incidence response.
networkworld.com — When to comes to offering warm yet visually efficient lighting, LEDs have a long way to go. But scientists with the University of Georgia and Oak Ridge and Argonne national laboratories are looking at new family of crystals they say glow different colors and hold the key for letting white LED light shine in homes and offices as well as natural sunlight.
networkworld.com — NASA and a team of other experts will in the next few weeks evaluate options for recovering the crippled space telescope Kepler. NASA's Kepler, which has been incredibly successful at spotting potentially habitable-zone planets since 2009, lost its control mechanism this month and has been rendered largely inactive.
networkworld.com — Google, NASA and Universities Space Research Association this week invested roughly $15 million in a 512-qubit quantum computer their researchers will use to develop myriad applications from machine learning, web search and speech recognition to searching for exoplanets.
networkworld.com — You'd need an umbrella made of kryptonite if you were to go walking on Mars apparently. NASA scientists using images from the space agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) have estimated that the planet is bombarded by more than 200 small asteroids or bits of comets per year forming craters at least 12.8 feet (3.9 meters) across.
networkworld.com — The Department of Homeland Security recently put out a call to the wireless industry looking for information on the best biometric technology available for mobile devices that could help it quickly identify suspects in the field.
networkworld.com — The FBI and Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) issued their annual look at the state of the dark side of the Internet which is indeed thriving with all manner of scams and intimation tactics being used by criminals.
slashdot.org — Sun was founded Andy Bechtolsheim, Vinod Khosla, Scott McNealy and Bill Joy in 1982. The company went public in 1986 and was raking in $1 billion in annual sales by 1988. One of the brightest lights in Silicon Valley for more than two decades, Sun’s bread and butter was high-performance workst...
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