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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: A Painful Social Media Foray for Seattle Journalists  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-04 12:05:52
#washooting  jcrglobalcaplaw  2009-12-04 13:23:57
Re: Bing Maps Beta Opens New Avenues of Exploration  Erika Morphy  2009-12-03 13:54:23
But what if you don't like coffee?  billybobb  2009-12-03 17:47:18
Re: Sustainability Software, Part 1: It's Easy Being Green  Ned Madden  2009-12-01 08:08:26
Remarketing Technology  CentricsIT  2009-12-01 17:30:35
Environmental ROI  jclarkTRIRIGA  2009-12-01 10:01:02
Re: 5 Highly Avoidable Network Management Bungles  Don Pyle  2009-12-01 05:30:25
Dynamic Change Needs An Automated Eye  kklapproth  2009-12-01 06:02:44
Re: Large Hadron Collider Shatters Energy Record  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-30 13:06:50
Hunting the Elusive Boson  fcsanborn  2009-11-30 13:18:10
Re: Who Wins, Who Loses if Google's Chrome OS Takes Off?  Rob Enderle  2009-11-30 11:24:00
Google is both right and wrong  litl_phil  2009-11-30 11:40:43
Re: Windows 7: Burning Simplicity to Save the OS  Scott M. Fulton, III  2009-11-24 22:06:06
dining philosophers problem  hairyfeet  2009-11-27 21:56:35
Re: The Internet's Destruction of Critical Thinking  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-27 11:19:38
Give me a break...  Kagehi  2009-11-27 11:42:32
Re: Leaked Emails Fuel Climate-Change Firestorm  Katherine Noyes  2009-11-23 13:31:12
Global warming emails.  DaveTex  2009-11-25 22:28:44
Climate Change  StFi  2009-11-24 21:42:22
Re: Playboy's Bunny Couldn't Make the Hop to the Web  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-21 10:46:11
Playboy  RobertFarago  2009-11-25 18:41:47
I doubt it could recover..  Kagehi  2009-11-21 11:09:39
Re: Social Academics: Building a Forum for Online Learning  Jack M. Germain  2009-08-23 19:54:50
social news...  dee86  2009-11-24 12:58:15
Re: Network Forensics and Digital Time Travel  Joe Habib  2009-11-21 16:50:07
Real-time 10Gig analysis is possible  psnpulse  2009-11-22 12:29:01
Re: GM Fuel Cell Test Racks Up 1M Miles  Carolyn Thompson  2009-09-21 06:05:19
fuel celled vehicles  jbobby  2009-11-18 18:38:21
Re: Flu Fear Goes Viral on the Web  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-13 05:05:13
Lost me at Google...  ocsix  2009-11-13 05:42:57
Flu Fear Goes Viral on the Web - rebuttal  thyorison  2009-11-13 05:33:07
Re: Clicker Charts the Seas for Online TV Surfers  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-12 18:39:05
I checked It Out, Created a Playlist, etc.  CMaxcer  2009-11-12 18:42:14
Re: Betrayals: Obama's Hollywood Sellout, Tech Companies' Layoffs  Rob Enderle  2009-11-10 10:16:45
Not really a surprise  RichFiscus  2009-11-11 20:49:47
Re: Barnes & Noble Aims to Take Down Kindle, by Hook or by Nook  Renay San Miguel  2009-10-21 05:45:00
Want note-taking?  egbertinad  2009-11-10 14:42:26
eBook readers  akcoyote  2009-10-21 14:20:23
Kindle vs. the Crowd  thirdparasite  2009-10-21 08:09:59
Re: Windows 7 Is a Snooze  Jack M. Germain  2009-10-29 04:57:02
Windows 7 is the same old underneath, with a new face  apexwm  2009-11-09 05:28:09
7 XP and other stories  JetPrint  2009-10-29 18:25:05
Big Improvement  DarlaPerson  2009-10-29 13:11:57
Good discussion  davidrtechworld  2009-10-29 12:23:06
Quick knowledge  abqdragon  2009-10-29 08:57:09
At last, reasonable user analysis of Windows 7  wildcatherder  2009-10-29 08:51:36
More Worthless Drivel from the Press  JSmith14221  2009-10-29 08:01:46
Windows 7  oscarzacosta  2009-10-29 07:26:03
Zzzzzzzzzzzz.....  thebasa  2009-10-29 06:47:10
Wow, so opinionated!!!  BOBA123  2009-10-29 06:43:43
Double Yawn  Yonidass  2009-10-29 06:33:39
Who cares?...  aoeu  2009-10-29 06:18:24
Windows 7 is more for Businesses  Keeperofstars  2009-10-29 05:59:56
Who wrote this?  Bill_Gates  2009-10-29 05:33:56
Seriously?  Torinth  2009-10-29 05:27:17
Hmmmm...  myriad46  2009-10-29 05:21:57
You are not a technology writer !!!  cbakke2000  2009-10-29 05:12:41
Re: Security, Speed and the Trouble With Transparency  Scott M. Fulton, III  2009-11-08 18:26:50
Attributes for today  packets  2009-11-08 18:45:13
Re: ISF Panelists Spar Over Security vs. Anonymity  Renay San Miguel  2009-11-08 13:04:10
Web security  akcoyote  2009-11-08 13:44:04

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