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January 28, 2011 by

FBI goes after Anonymous suspects

The FBI has executed over 40 search warrants as part of an international hunt for the people involved in Anonymous DDoS attacks in support of Wikileaks, while UK police have bailed five suspects

May 26, 2010 by

Shake-up at Microsoft: It's about time

Microsoft recently shook-up its Entertainment & Devices division in an attempt to jump start its device efforts and pose better competition to Apple and Google. Here are five suggestions as to what they should focus on next.

March 13, 2008 by

O2 Xda Orbit

The Xda Orbit 2 combines a strong set of features with good battery life. The HTC TouchFLO system may not suit everyone, but if you disapprove, you can simply ignore it.

April 8, 2007 by

Satellites mating via robotic arm

The launch of the Orbital Express mission, with its two satellites ASTRO and NextSat, the first one servicing the other, was widely covered a month ago. But what is happening in space now? Spaceflight Now reports that last week, the two satellites were able to link to each other to operate the first transfer of hydrazine fuel from ASTRO's propellant tanks into NextSat. This weekend, ASTRO's ten-foot-long robotic arm is going to be used to move objects to NextSat. But what does it mean for international satellite operators when they need help with their space birds? Will they use a system designed for U.S.'s DARPA? We'll see.


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