Monthly Archives: February 2010
Though it may not always feel like it, the Internet is actually making us smarter, at least according to a new survey of scientists, business leaders, and technology developers.
I was recently made aware of a relatively new website that causes me some concern. The website’s name is ChatRoulette.com.
I’m especially concerned for parents of younger children, t-weens and teens who have un-tethered or un-limited internet access, free of parental monitoring. Continue reading
Just like it does with Windows to keep the bottom from dropping out of the market in the months prior to the launch of a new release, Microsoft does the same with Office via its Tech Guarantee program. It looks like that free-upgrade program is about to begin for Office 2010.
The upgrade program runs between Continue reading
Hackers declare war on Microsoft’s international forensics tool. COFEE, which stands for “Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor”. The COFEE program has been found on bittorrent sites and available for download.
With COFEE, law enforcement agencies without on-the-scene computer forensics capabilities can now Continue reading