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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: File Sharers Can No Longer Hide  Jack M. Germain  2005-02-05 10:16:37
Re: File Sharers Can No Longer Hide  Kagehi  2005-02-05 10:26:02
Re: File Sharers Can No Longer Hide  Dantheman  2006-01-15 14:46:06
Re: File Sharers Can No Longer Hide  armyc  2006-06-24 08:05:02
Re: MySpace Policy Changes Not Enough, Say Safety Experts  April Castro  2006-06-22 09:36:56
Re: MySpace Policy Changes Not Enough, Say Safety Experts  pjscott51  2006-06-22 09:42:11
Re: Program Provides Solution to the Sharing Challenge  John P. Mello Jr.  2006-06-22 07:18:14
Re: Program Provides Solution to the Sharing Challenge  seanbsc  2006-06-22 07:26:13
Re: Hawking: Human Survival Depends on Finding Other Inhabitable Planets  Sylvia Hui  2006-06-14 11:30:56
Colonize another planet?  lorint  2006-06-14 11:32:05
Re: Raining on Adobe's PDF Party  Sonia Arrison  2006-06-11 21:20:07
Re: Raining on Adobe's PDF Party  pogson  2006-06-11 21:32:07
Re: Broadband Starting to Bloom  Sonia Arrison  2006-06-02 06:31:03
Re: Broadband Starting to Bloom  AllenGPitts  2006-06-02 06:33:25
Re: P2P: The Secret's Out  Jon Newton  2005-02-15 12:09:18
Re: P2P: The Secret's Out  sitails  2006-06-01 03:56:53
Re: P2P: The Secret's Out  synapsefyre  2005-02-15 12:16:22
Re: Microsoft Targets JPEG With WMP Image Format  Jennifer LeClaire  2006-05-26 18:30:27
Re: Microsoft Targets JPEG With WMP Image Format  lorint  2006-05-26 18:35:36
Re: Will Congress Serve up 'Hillary Net?'  Sonia Arrison  2006-05-26 18:07:49
Re: Will Congress Serve up 'Hillary Net?'  chenkus1  2006-05-26 18:13:35
Re: Congress Clears Movie Censoring Technology  Jay Lyman  2006-05-24 16:30:26
Re: Congress Clears Movie Censoring Technology  bask  2006-05-24 16:39:21
Re: Internet Pioneer Warns of Two-Tier Web  William Tinning  2006-05-24 14:59:56
Re: Internet Pioneer Warns of Two-Tier Web  mojocritic  2006-05-24 15:27:27
Re: Code Pioneer Develops Encryption Method for Windows-Based VoIP  Jay Lyman  2006-05-22 14:07:58
Re: Code Pioneer Develops Encryption Method for Windows-Based VoIP  StupidScript  2006-05-22 14:16:51
Re: Feds Crack Down on P2P Child Porn  Jay Lyman  2006-05-19 09:16:19
Re: Feds Crack Down on P2P Child Porn  bm70112  2006-05-19 09:22:01
Re: Google One-Ups Skype With Nokia Partnership  Jennifer LeClaire  2006-05-15 16:20:31
Re: Google One-Ups Skype With Nokia Partnership  appeters  2006-05-15 16:23:40
Re: New Stars in Cable Freedom Fight  Sonia Arrison  2006-05-12 08:44:11
Re: New Stars in Cable Freedom Fight  karenguthrie  2006-05-12 08:44:30
Re: What's After Windows - and Who Does it Come From?  Rob Enderle  2006-05-09 07:42:09
Re: What's After Windows - and Who Does it Come From?  belcoop  2006-05-09 07:47:34
Re: Intel to Brand New Chip Generation Core 2 Duo  Anonymous  2006-05-09 01:03:10
Performance of Core Duo vs Centrino  lorint  2006-05-09 01:09:21
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  Rob Enderle  2006-04-24 09:33:23
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  ryuko098  2006-05-07 18:38:24
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  K7AAY  2006-04-27 14:12:57
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  JavaJoe  2006-04-27 08:49:56
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  bruckheimer  2006-04-26 14:58:50
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  Raedkahaby  2006-05-02 19:00:18
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  runbei  2006-04-26 13:07:37
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS  stomfi  2006-04-24 22:53:40
Re: Net Diversity Threatened by Neutrality Advocates  Sonia Arrison  2006-05-06 15:02:04
Re: Net Diversity Threatened by Neutrality Advocates  directorblue  2006-05-06 15:05:33
Re: Don't Strangle E-Voting With Paper  Sonia Arrison  2006-01-06 06:01:02
Re: Don't Strangle E-Voting With Paper  Orison  2006-05-05 17:24:47
Re: Don't Strangle E-Voting With Paper  elector  2006-01-08 13:13:31
Re: Don't Strangle E-Voting With Paper  kenatedge  2006-01-06 17:39:18

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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.