If we ended prohibition and treated drugs like alcohol, we could end this crazy profit fueled violent drug battle insanity.
His name is Tuan Anh Do, and he's a 29-year-old businessman who owns five cell phone repair shops. A big part of his business is servicing the iPhone and iPhone 3G, and that often involves getting those devices unlocked at the hardware level.
Google this week admitted that its staff will pick and choose what appears in its search results. It's a historic statement - and nobody has yet grasped its significance. Not so very long ago, Google disclaimed responsibility for its search results by explaining that these were chosen by a computer algorithm.
Brazil has turned to tech as a way to stem rampant logging in its Amazonian rainforests, but instead of logging less wood, "creative" logging companies simply hired hackers to make their permits look legal.
It is clear that the U.S. auto industry has been and is traveling down a path that is unsustainable. Many, many changes will have to be made in order to ensure a viable future for the U.S. auto industry. All the bailouts or “bridge loans” are likely to do is keep putting off the inevitable, and propping up something that isn’t viable or sustainable.
It lights up a room, but that's not all.
An Ohio woman who shot and killed an FBI agent during a pre-dawn no-knock drug raid at her family home in Indiana Township, Pennsylvania, on November 19 now faces federal homicide and weapons charges.
George W. Bush's presidential library domain name has been retrieved after a Web developing company accidentally let it expire - and it apparently came at a high price.
A bomb exploded inside a bank here late Friday afternoon, killing a police officer who arrived to check on a suspicious object and seriously injuring two others.
A spokesman for the Oregon State Police, Lt. Gregg Hastings, said a Woodburn police officer died. He did not identify him.
Private information at bargain prices. It was a high-tech flub at the McCain-Palin campaign headquarters in Arlington when Fox 5’s Investigative Reporter Tisha Thompson bought a Blackberry device containing confidential campaign information.