Archive: 06/07/2011

iOS 5 jailbroken before its release

(PhysOrg.com) -- The beta version of iOS has already been jailbroken, which is interesting when you consider that the iOS 5 was only announced 24 hours prior to the jailbreak, at the Apple keynote address ...

Jun 07, 2011 weblog
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NATO tackles cyber security at Tallinn meet

Three hundred global cyber experts gathered in Tallinn Tuesday for a NATO Cyber Conflict conference focused on the legal and political aspects of national and global Internet security amid a rise in attacks.

Jun 07, 2011
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How climate change is impacting marshes

It is a very muddy trek from the small boat to the field site along Raccoon Creek near Bridgeport, N.J. Villanova University marine scientist Nathaniel Weston and his team are all carrying ladders and equipment ...

Jun 07, 2011
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A planet going the wrong way

(PhysOrg.com) -- All planets move around their stars in the same direction as the star spins—at least that’s what we thought. But now Australian National University astronomer Dr. Daniel Bayliss ...

Jun 07, 2011
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Bright sparks among 'Asia's Nobel Prize' winners

Two scientists who are probing the brightest flashes in the universe were Tuesday named among the winners of the Shaw Prize, the $1 million award known as the Nobel Prize of the east.

Jun 07, 2011
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Wind, war and weathermen

Well into the 20th century, American weather forecasting was not a rigorous science, but an “art,” as a National Research Council report stated in 1918. Forecasters knew, among other things, that ...

Jun 07, 2011
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