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Gadget Ogling: Gritty Tablets, Wireless Storage Sticks, and Swapped-Out Speakers


Dell's Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is designed for people who work in the field, for the military and explorers, for industrial work and first responders. This system can handle some harsh conditions, including temperatures between -20 and 145 degrees and drops from more than four feet, as well as spills, mud, dirt and sand. It boasts an 11.6-inch screen and fifth-generation Intel Core CPUs.
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Hackers Take Hijacked Jeep Cherokee for Joyride


White-hat hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek remotely took over a Jeep Cherokee, ran its controls, then cut the transmission as it sped at 70 mph along Interstate 64 in an experiment conducted with Wired. They turned on the air conditioning, switched radio channels, turned on the windshield wipers, activated the windshield washer fluid pump, and transmitted a photo of themselves.
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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
Re: Pro-Wikileaks Attacks More Slap in the Face than Kick in the Head  John P. Mello Jr.  2010-12-09 10:30:56
Re;  ChuckHL  2010-12-09 10:34:57
Re: Google's Chrome OS May Cloud Microsoft's Windows  Rob Spiegel  2010-12-08 13:22:16
the catalyst  madjr  2010-12-09 08:45:09
Re: Google and Sony vs. Microsoft, and a Touch of Wikileaks Insanity  Rob Enderle  2010-12-06 08:19:47
Chrome OS  pogson  2010-12-09 07:58:49
A Touch Of WikiLeaks  StFi  2010-12-06 16:24:45
Insanity  GabMacFadden  2010-12-06 08:43:46
Re: Verizon's 4G Network May Not Be for the Faint of Heart  Mike Martin  2010-12-03 13:01:53
The bandwidth hogs will hate this  jescott418  2010-12-03 13:52:54

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Do video cameras make the world safer?
Yes - People exercise more restraint because of them.
No - We just get to see more horrible things happen.
Maybe - They might deter some kinds of crime.