Monthly Archives: March 2013
The internet around the world has been slowed down in what security experts are describing as the biggest cyber-attack of its kind in history.
As many of you join us from the various social media Share’s we maintain here on TechnoJunkyard. You may notice some of the Banners and Links are a bit confused or repeated. Well we are in the middle of an … Continue reading
Hoping to revolutionize live broadcasting on the Internet, Bram Cohen has filed a patent application for the new BitTorrent Live streaming protocol. BitTorrent’s inventor has worked on the new technology for several years and believes his new protocol can be … Continue reading
Yes, you are desperately in need of a monster robotic ATV. Meet the Grizzly, Clearpath Robotics’ latest serious research platform. It’s big, it’s scary, and if you get in its way, it’ll crush you like a bug. Or, you know, … Continue reading
The privately owned SpaceX Dragon fired its engines for the last time Tuesday at 11:42 a.m. EDT – sending it through the Earth’s atmosphere for a spectacular splashdown in the Pacific Ocean at 12:34 p.m.
A number of government and civilian organizations experienced network and website malfunctions on Tuesday, unnerving government officials just days after computer networks at banks and broadcasters crashed due to cyber attacks.
I put in 2 new forms today, using information I go from our local Usergroup Meetup. It was informative and I’ll look forward to attending again in the future. The About and Article Submission links have been updated making it … Continue reading
Julius Genachowski isn’t the only member of the Federal Communications Commission who is leaving the FCC. Commissioner Robert McDowell also announced his departure a couple of days ago after serving since 2006. The Republican McDowell and Democrat Genachowski found common … Continue reading
Microsoft is finally releasing an update for its built-in Mail, Calendar and People apps. The Mail app will support organizational functions like flagging emails and creating folders. The Calendar app will get a new look and meeting scheduling support. And … Continue reading
The Pentagon’s blue-sky research agency is readying a nearly four-year project to boost artificial intelligence systems by building machines that can teach themselves — while making it easier for ordinary schlubs like us to build them, too.
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AMD touts new low-cost desktop chipset, calls Intel’s a “dead-end” http://wp.me/p3wmuX-1hW
Gonna wait for them to shake a few bugs outta this and check the security first I think.