Google to end China censorship after e-mail breach (Update)

(AP) -- Google Inc. will stop censoring its search results in China and may pull out of the country completely after discovering that computer hackers had tricked human-rights activists into exposing their e-mail accounts ...

Online ReputationDefender wins investor backing

ReputationDefender announced on Tuesday that it has won 8.65 million dollars in venture capital backing for the company, which is devoted to protecting people's Internet personae.

E-reader Roundup At The 2010 CES

(PhysOrg.com) -- At the 2010 Las Vegas CES, many manufactures introduced their e-reader products in the hope to spark consumer interest in the e-book market. 2010 is going to prove to be an innovative year for e-book readers ...

Nociception and Pain in Teleost Fish

For her doctorate, Janicke Nordgreen has studied nociception and pain in teleost fish. Her conclusion is that it is very likely the fish feel pain.

'Wet' computing systems to boost processing power

(PhysOrg.com) -- A new kind of information processing technology inspired by chemical processes in living systems is being developed by researchers at the University of Southampton, UK.

Tough first year for Yahoo's tough-talking CEO

(AP) -- Carol Bartz spent much of her first year as Yahoo Inc.'s chief executive rallying the troops and clearing the decks, often sounding like a salty drill sergeant as she vowed to whip the downtrodden Internet company ...

NASA to Check for Unlikely Winter Survival of Mars Lander

(PhysOrg.com) -- Beginning Jan. 18, NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter will listen for possible, though improbable, radio transmissions from the Phoenix Mars Lander, which completed five months of studying an arctic Martian site ...

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