How to Stop the “Dilbertization” of Information Technology

For those of you who have been working in IT for a while, you probably noticed that your job isn’t as fun as it used to be a few years ago, and there’s a reason for that. eWeek has a great piece this weekend discussing the many factors that are causing the “Dilbertization”of workplaces and […]

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Google Confirms Mobile Phone “in Development”

Google phone rumors have really been picking up lately, and the company’s chief executive in Spain and Portugal has just confirmed this week that some of its engineers’ time is spent on the development of a mobile phone. Unfortunately, no information has been disclosed yet about whether Google plans to release a mobile phone or […]

Are you a TechnoSexual? (Video)

So, are you? Check out this video to find out. (Via Techeblog)

Commodore Rises from its Ashes

Most of you probably remember the C=64, a legendary computer system that ruled the 80’s, and for some people, still brings a tear to their eyes when they hear about the name. If you were a die-hard C=64 or Amiga fan, I’m sure you already dreamt about Commodore coming back into business right? Well you […]

Geeks’ New Nightmare: Blood Clots

According to this article on Wired, sitting in a cube staring at a computer screen all day long may boost your chances of developing deep-vein thrombosis, a syndrome that most commonly affects leg veins and encourages the formation of blood clots inside them. WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Office workers glued to computer screens are […]

KILL THEM ALL! – 300 Reviewed

If you’re asking yourself whether you should go see Hollywood’s latest blockbuster “300” or not, fellow blogger Ed has just pubbed a very informative and funny review of the movie on his blog, the Ededition. Definitely worth a look for all you action lovers out there. Let’s get one thing straight. If you’re going for […]

US Computer Forensic Institute Set to Open in 2008

According to SecurityFocus, The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is currently setting up a national computer forensic school in Alabama that will soon (mid-2008) be training more than 1,000 law enforcement professionals a year in the basics of computer forensics, electronic crimes and network intrusion detection. The U.S. Secret Service will develop the institute curriculum […]

802.11n Draft 2.0 Gets Thumbs Up from IEEE Working Group

Yes folks, the 802.11 working group has finally gave its thumb up to draft 2.0 of the 802.11n protocol. In real world terms, this means that we’ll finally be seeing 802.11n compliant wireless devices appearing on the market before the end of the year. If you are looking to change your wireless router in coming […]