Latest Patch Tuesday IE10 updates did not fix zero day exploit

As promised, Microsoft issued a number of security updates Tuesday for many of its software products as part of its regular monthly Patch Tuesday event. That included two critical fixes for various versions of Internet Explorer, including IE10 running on Windows 8. Mic

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Created on 31 May 2011

Cellphone RadiationTo say that experts generally don't agree about whether cellphone radiation can fry your brain is an understatement of massive proportions, but amazingly enough, the World Health Organization has come to a pseudo-conclusion.

A group of 31 scientists from 14 countries working in the org's International Agency for Research on Cancer says that -- based on a survey of the literature -- those electromagnetic fields are as likely to be potentially carcinogenic as 266 other worrisome substances, including DDT pesticide and the exhaust from your automobile. Mind you, the WHO isn't saying that cellphones cause cancer, as today's decision is merely the latest call for more research, but the fact that respected scientists even claim that a correlation should be considered will probably be enough to stir the pot.

Created on 30 May 2011

Adsense LogoGoogle has updated their AdSense Program Policies document last week and there’s one large change in the policy, AdSense Publishers are no longer allowed to add Google ads to their web pages using IFRAMEs.

The updated policy document says:

Created on 30 May 2011

A showroom employee displays a tablet computer from one of Taiwan's top PC vendors, AsusTek Computer TAIPEI, Taiwan – Computer manufacturers of all sizes and descriptions have been pushing to get a piece of the ever-expanding tablet market created by the launch of Apple's iPad in April 2010.

The obsession with tablet computing will be on full display Tuesday as Computex, the world's second-largest computer show, begins its annual five-day run in Taipei. The prominence of tablets underscores a dramatic shift under way in the personal computer industry — and keenly felt in Taiwan, which is home to some of the world's biggest PC manufacturers — as many consumers opt to buy a tablet rather than a new PC.

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