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Smartphone Kill Switch Gets Breath of Life


Wireless companies have bowed to the inevitability of a smartphone kill switch and decided it would be better to do it their way than wait for lawmakers to impose the requirement. Their way doesn't have everyone applauding, though -- consumers would have to ask for the protection. "That's a bit like making people request that seat belts be installed in their cars," said tech analyst Charles King.
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Total Eclipse Paints the Moon Red


Sky watchers got a rare treat in the wee hours on Tuesday, when an eclipse turned the Moon blood red for a while. "In a lunar eclipse -- in which the Sun is behind the Earth as seen from the Moon -- the Moon is observing sunrises and sunsets all around the Earth," said astrophysicist Mario Livio. "This is what gives the Moon that eerie blood moon appearance."
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Re: Intel Builds Sandy Bridge With a DRM Tollbooth  Richard Adhikari  2011-01-04 07:29:22
Mmmmk  psiclone  2011-01-04 21:35:25
Re: Here Comes Pervasive Computing, Ready or Not  Mike Martin  2011-01-04 14:27:51
Replace the keyboard?  wildcatherder  2011-01-04 14:29:56
Re: Is China Sweating Over Google's Threat?  Richard Adhikari  2010-01-14 12:53:38
New Cold War  nitGreen  2011-01-02 08:41:25
Re: Internet Tracking May Not Be Worth the Headaches  Sidney Hill  2010-12-29 08:04:37
Targeted marketing  Grannelle  2010-12-30 07:37:24
Eliminating tracking  akcoyote  2010-12-29 15:31:42
Re: Android Watchers See Thunderbolts on Verizon's Horizon  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-29 11:54:54
Thunderbolt  MikeO65  2010-12-29 13:04:39
Re: Report: Mobile Malware Will Clobber Enterprise Security in 2011  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-28 16:25:36
Apple has never really been that secure anyway...  zingwoosh7  2010-12-28 17:38:57
Re: IBM Sees Visions of Holographic Cellphones Within 5 Years  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-28 10:20:00
And you know...  aoeu  2010-12-28 12:41:06
But not holographic "visions"  wildcatherder  2010-12-28 11:28:44
Hmm..  Kagehi  2010-12-28 10:22:22
Re: Samsung Rounds Out Its Android Universe With Galaxy Player  Rob Spiegel  2010-12-28 12:37:15
Sweet  aoeu  2010-12-28 12:38:45
Re: Facebook Could Hoist the Enterprise to the Cloud  Sidney Hill  2010-12-27 00:36:59
AIM for business  Grannelle  2010-12-27 00:40:27
Re: Cyberattacks Cripple Rights Groups as Culture Wars Move Online  Rob Spiegel  2010-12-22 22:55:47
Cyberattacks Cripple Rights Groups as Culture Wars Move Online  StFi  2010-12-24 00:03:31
Re: UK Plan to Filter Porn Could Be a Hot Mess, Say ISPs  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-20 12:51:41
Its more than slow...  Kagehi  2010-12-20 18:23:56
Re: FBI Poked Spy Hole in OpenBSD, Says Former Contractor  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-15 22:11:05
Better Research  megocode3  2010-12-20 16:28:29
Weird quotes  cadr  2010-12-15 22:51:48
Re: Winners, Losers, Heroes and Villains of 2010  Rob Enderle  2010-12-20 10:25:17
Praising a terrorist  asterix2112  2010-12-20 10:28:26
Re: Yahoo's Unkindest Cuts  Paul Hartsock  2010-12-18 11:34:04
It's all relative....  josephmartins  2010-12-18 12:08:34
Re: The Rise of Cybervigilantism  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-17 08:49:47
First sentence utterly false  Vogateer  2010-12-17 09:00:08
Re: White House Urges Cautious Exploration of Synthetic Biology's Potential  Mike Martin  2010-12-16 14:55:03
Synthetic Biology  jjkzonian1  2010-12-16 15:21:25
Re: Voyager 1 Hurtling Through Solar System's Outer Limits  Katherine Noyes  2010-12-14 16:47:27
Voyager  Tynman  2010-12-14 16:55:30
Re: Microsoft's Tablet Strategy: Every Which Way but Baked  Richard Adhikari  2010-12-14 13:08:18
Not going to work  jescott418  2010-12-14 13:12:15
Re: Military Gives External Media Devices Marching Orders  Mike Martin  2010-12-11 09:16:48
Re: jescott418's comments  akcoyote  2010-12-14 10:42:59
All the money spent on Security  jescott418  2010-12-11 09:20:54
Re: Julian Assange, WikiLeaks and Technology's Double-Edged Sword  Sidney Hill  2010-12-08 08:41:41
Huh  itsjareds  2010-12-10 03:49:22
Double edged for whom?  Kagehi  2010-12-08 11:57:15

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