Why Brain Power Is Suddenly The New Status Symbol

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Brainy is suddenly chic

On an arctic Sunday morning in central London, an unlikely crowd has gathered in a draughty Victorian meeting hall to hear a sermon. They don’t look like your average God botherers. The “urban trendy” quota is set to maximum, and the majority of the chatty, well-heeled crowd are wearing those chunky-knit beanies that are, like, so in right now. Standing among them, I overhear conversations laced with “Kierkegaard this…” and “phenomenology that…”

 

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LawnPC: Visions To Transform Computing In The Future

LawnPC:  Visions To Transform Computing In The Future

 

Technology isn’t always on the same page with sustainability. Still when green innovation transforms the trajectory, even we find ourselves inclining towards the novelty. Such is the LawnPC, which visions to transform computing in the near future. The concept PC from David Veldkamp is powered by the solar cells attached to the grass like lawn on the PC, made from natural cotton fabric these blades transfer the generated 60 watts of energy down to the plug-in button at the bottom each blade. The concept requires no cooling fans, just put it where natural light and air are readily available and then leave rest on this wirelessly functional device that’ll give you the cleanest computing all the time.

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Fatal Flaw in Internet Being Exploited by Hackers

 Fatal Flaw in Internet Being Exploited by Hackers

The future of the Internet is now in jeopardy because of these freaks

Internet security researchers on Thursday warned that hackers have caught on to a “critical” flaw that lets them control traffic on the Internet. An elite squad of computer industry engineers that laboured in secret to solve the problem released a software “patch” two weeks ago and sought to keep details of the vulnerability hidden at least a month to give people time to protect computers from attacks.

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Global Hackers – Why They Are Nearly Impossible to Catch

Global Hackers - Why They Are Nearly Impossible to Catch

Chinese hackers

They’re in our computers, reading our files. The Chinese government, that is, according to two U.S. Congressmen who recently accused Beijing of sending hackers to ferret out secret documents stored on Congressional computers. The Chinese deny any involvement, but if they were lying, would we be able to prove it?

The answer, according to computer and security experts, is probably not.

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Growing Up Online

Growing Up Online

Nearly all teens in the US have grown up using the Internet

Nearly all US teens ages 12 to 17 use the Internet, according to a September-November 2007 Pew Internet & American Life study.

The 94% of teen respondents who reported accessing the Internet are doing so frequently. Two-thirds of teenage Internet users (63%) reported going online daily, while 35% use the Internet multiple times per day.

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