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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: Microsoft, Intel Back Toshiba's HD DVD  Susan B. Shor  2005-09-28 05:38:32
Re: Microsoft, Intel Back Toshiba's HD DVD  SmartITGuy  2005-09-28 05:39:09
Re: Windows Vista: Hardware and its Secret Advantage  Rob Enderle  2005-09-26 07:45:41
Re: Windows Vista: Hardware and its Secret Advantage  Kagehi  2005-09-26 14:20:13
Re: Windows Vista: The Final Countdown Begins  Rob Enderle  2005-09-19 11:25:04
Re: Windows Vista: The Final Countdown Begins  ghostrida  2005-09-25 15:47:47
Re: New MPEG Standard Starts to Take Shape  Paul Korzeniowski  2005-09-20 10:51:48
c10n.info: If Mpeg4 is cutting edge, what would you label Mpeg7 as?  schngrg  2005-09-21 20:19:07
Re: New MPEG Standard Starts to Take Shape  mdeller  2005-09-20 11:50:28
Re: Headphone Use Could Worsen Hearing Loss  Martha Irvine  2005-09-20 04:55:20
re:headphone use could worsen hearing loss  nikmik  2005-09-20 05:27:55
Re: Aging: A Disease Technologists Are Getting Ready to Tackle  Sonia Arrison  2005-09-16 10:28:25
Re: Aging: A Disease Technologists Are Getting Ready to Tackle  spec  2005-09-16 10:40:30
Re: Aging: A Disease Technologists Are Getting Ready to Tackle  Jwheats  2005-09-18 23:08:00
Re: Aging: A Disease Technologists Are Getting Ready to Tackle  SoniaA  2005-09-18 10:45:17
Re: Google Releases Toolbar for Firefox Browser  Susan B. Shor  2005-07-10 02:19:13
Re: Google Releases Toolbar for Firefox Browser  Jwheats  2005-09-18 22:55:52
Re: Inventor Working Hard on Video Headstones  John Pain  2005-09-18 12:57:39
Re: Inventor Working Hard on Video Headstones  Kagehi  2005-09-18 13:00:39
Re: Microsoft Reveals Its Designs on Design  Jay Lyman  2005-09-15 20:53:06
Re: Microsoft Reveals Its Designs on Design  Kagehi  2005-09-15 21:01:19
Re: Critics: Ask Jeeves Silently Serves Software  Jay Lyman  2005-09-14 06:00:48
Re: Critics: Ask Jeeves Silently Serves Software  alexeck  2005-09-14 10:38:03
Re: Critics: Ask Jeeves Silently Serves Software  kirklawrence  2005-09-14 06:07:00
Re: Being Human in a Scientific Age  Sonia Arrison  2005-05-06 07:08:04
Re: Being Human in a Scientific Age  darrenreynold  2005-09-10 15:09:34
Re: Being Human in a Scientific Age  chmayfield  2005-05-06 12:18:51
Re: Being Human in a Scientific Age  mbf666  2005-05-06 07:43:13
Re: Being Human in a Scientific Age  SoniaA  2005-05-09 10:44:11
Re: Next-Gen Wireless Accelerated for Disaster  Jay Lyman  2005-09-09 18:35:06
Re: Next-Gen Wireless Accelerated for Disaster  wb1940c  2005-09-09 18:50:20
Re: New Laptops Define 'Cool'  Rob Enderle  2005-09-06 08:02:05
Re: New Laptops Define 'Cool'  jrs54  2005-09-06 10:15:09
Re: Violent Video Games Affecting Self-Control, Concentration  Jennifer LeClaire  2004-11-17 10:40:51
Re: Violent Video Games Affecting Self-Control, Concentration  Onimusha  2005-08-31 19:46:22
Re: Violent Video Games Affecting Self-Control, Concentration  Kagehi  2004-11-17 10:43:38
Re: Violent Video Games Affecting Self-Control, Concentration  mobile_world  2005-09-05 11:53:46
Re: Violent Video Games Affecting Self-Control, Concentration  stuff  2005-04-11 03:31:33
Re: HP, EarthLink Seeking Philadelphia WiFi Project  Gene J. Koprowski  2005-09-05 11:43:23
Re: HP, EarthLink Seeking Philadelphia WiFi Project  mobile_world  2005-09-05 11:50:16
Re: New Spam-Fighting Technique Under Scrutiny  Anick Jesdanun  2005-07-30 10:57:35
Re: New Spam-Fighting Technique Under Scrutiny  shad  2005-07-30 11:12:13
Re: New Spam-Fighting Technique Under Scrutiny  rayno3  2005-09-01 22:12:22
Re: Arrests Offer Glimpse Into Hacker Culture  Susan B. Shor  2005-08-31 12:33:47
Re: Arrests Offer Glimpse Into Hacker Culture  Kagehi  2005-08-31 12:39:48
Re: Arrests Offer Glimpse Into Hacker Culture  Quigby  2005-09-01 11:27:57
Re: PC Alternatives for the Future  Rob Enderle  2005-08-15 11:41:16
Re: PC Alternatives for the Future  Cubeslayer  2005-08-25 16:17:04
Re: PC Alternatives for the Future  Mikail  2005-08-16 09:51:41
Re: Violent Video Games Too Accessible to Kids, Say Watchdogs  Susan B. Shor  2004-11-26 06:58:06
Re: Violent Video Games Too Accessible to Kids, Say Watchdogs  virtua05  2005-08-24 15:39:00
Re: Violent Video Games Too Accessible to Kids, Say Watchdogs  Freddychicken  2004-11-28 17:34:40
Re: Violent Video Games Too Accessible to Kids, Say Watchdogs  john982  2004-11-27 19:36:58
Re: Violent Video Games Too Accessible to Kids, Say Watchdogs  tvienti  2004-11-26 07:04:57
Re: Violent Video Games Too Accessible to Kids, Say Watchdogs  Kagehi  2004-11-30 11:51:05
Re: VoIP Emerging as Next Spam Entryway  Paul Korzeniowski  2005-08-24 09:54:50
Re: VoIP Emerging as Next Spam Entryway  Alex_Cannara  2005-08-24 10:14:25

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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.
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