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- Are you overpaying for smartphone data? | Signal Strength - CNET News
- Most smartphone subscribers only use about 20 percent of the data in their monthly plan. But heavy data subscribers are flocking to Sprint Nextel, while light users looking for a good deal are going to T-Mobile. Read this blog post by Marguerite Reardon on Signal Strength.
- Broadband performance study finds huge regional disparities in US
- DIY Spy Drone Sniffs Wi-Fi, Intercepts Phone Calls | Threat Level | Wired.com
- What do you do when the target you're spying on slips behind his home security gates and beyond your reach? Launch your personal, specially-equipped drone to fly overhead and sniff his Wi-Fi network, intercept his cellphone calls, or launch denial-of-service attacks with jamming signals.
- flickrfs - manishrjain
- FuseCompress | Milan's Pages
- Introduction FuseCompress provides a mountable Linux file system which transparently compress its content. Files stored in this file system are compressed
- FUSEPod | Download FUSEPod software for free at SourceForge.net
- Get FUSEPod at SourceForge.net. Fast, secure and free downloads from the largest Open Source applications and software directory
- Homemade WASP Spy Drone Can Hack or Intercept Signals | Video | TheBlaze.com
- Unmanned Aerial vehicles may be moving from far-off battlefields to the home front sooner than you think. And considering one just unveiled, you might want to start worrying. Wired is reporting on the WASP -- Wireless Aerial Surveillance Platform -- a spy drone created by two security consultants...
- Is Social Media a Bubble? | Points and Figures
- Linus Torvalds dubs GNOME 3 'unholy mess' • The Register
- Linux creator calls for GNOME fork - News - Linux for Devices
- Linux creator calls for GNOME fork News Linux for Devices: Linux creator Linus Torvalds weighed in on the debate over the controversial GNOME 3.0 desktop environment, recommending that someone fork the
- PCWorld Can We Avoid the Mobile Bandwidth Drought?
- The Almost-Free Toolkit We Use to Make Longshot Magazine - Alexis Madrigal - Technology - The Atlantic
- Here's how to make a magazine by the seat of your pants using a suite of mostly free tools the good people of the Internet provide
- PuTTY for Symbian OS
- tagsfs - Music library file system - Summary [Gna!]
- This server is a central point for development, distribution and maintainance of software. It runs on Savane.
- Why Can't T-Mobile Attract Customers? | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
- T-Mobile lost another 50,000 subscribers this quarter, so I asked my Twitter followers what they thought was the cause.
- Technolog from msnbc.com - Welcome to the United States of Android and iOS
We know about the "blue state/red state" divisions in America, but now we have a map showing a "North vs.
- Distribution Release: KNOPPIX 6.7 (DistroWatch.com News)
- Pioneering live-boot distro gets Chromium and LibreOffice - News - Linux for Devices
- Fox challenges cord-cutters by sticking TV shows behind paywall
- I am not a product.
- Radio Australia trying to attract younger listeners
- Radio New Zealand plans TV service
- USPS Earnings: USPS Posts $3.1 Billion Loss, Warns of Default - CNBC
- The U.S. Postal Service posted a net loss of $3.1 billion in its third quarter and warned again it would default on payments to the federal government if Congress did not step in.
- Arlen Schumer Creates Captain Israel Comic in Response to Foreskin Man | TheBlaze.com
- We all know Captain America, the superhero who has valiantly protected the United States on the pages of comic books -- and currently on the big screen -- since the fictional character was created back in 1941. Now, in an epic battle of whit and strength over anti-Semitism and bizarre expeditions against male...
- Half of men would ditch woman who gained weight - poll | Reuters
- If U.S. Cities Were Countries, How Would They Rank? - Atlantic Mobile
- Vodkapundit » Wargaming the Electoral College
- S&P Downgrades U.S. Debt for First Time - WSJ.com
- CILIP staff go back to the floor
- Gisborne: Another Library Fighting The User Pay Arguement « The Room of Infinite Diligence
- Rogue Downloader's Arrest Could Mark Crossroads for Open-Access Movement - Technology - The Chronicle of Higher Education
- The Clueless Fight the Non-Power « Annoyed Librarian
- Voices for the Library » Blog Archive » Mobile Libraries: Past Successes; Future Directions?
- Wikipedia Is Losing Contributors | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
- Celebrate Banned Sites Day! « Annoyed Librarian
- LibLime Academic Koha Selected by the Memphis College of Art | LISWire
- Fulfilling Current Needs with an Eye on the Future—University of Maryland University College Chooses EBSCO Discovery Service™ | LISWire
- Trends in Library Training and Learning | LISEvents.com
- Mid-South E-Resources Symposium and Mississippi State University Libraries Emerging Technologies Summit | LISEvents.com
- Digital Preservation: What's Now, What's Next? | LISEvents.com