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Europe issues Wi-Fi data theft warning

Europe's top cybercrime police officer has warned that important information should not be sent over public Wi-Fi hotspots, due to a rise in hacking.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Critics' Choice: 'Big Bang Theory' and 'American Horror' lead

It may seem like The Critic's Choice Television Awards are older, but they will be celebrating their third anniversary on June 10. The nominations for those awards were announced today
In the Media by Tim O'Brien

Did you watch any of these reporters in 2011?

As far as the network news broadcasts are concerned, who do you tune in to see? Did you ever wonder how many minutes they log in a year?
In the Media by Tim O'Brien

AdWeek claims online privacy measure will yield 'apocalypse'

In an editorial piece detailing the online advertising industry's concerns with the FTC's Do Not Track discussions in Congress, AdWeek claims the measure will result in an "ad apocalypse."
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 1 comment

Stars join together to promote volunteering

When you are watching television this week you may notice a theme throughout several of your favorite shows - philanthropy.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

ABC, NBC refuse to air ad critical of Democratic health care plan

ABC and NBC are refusing to air an ad from a group opposed to the Democratic healthcare reform efforts, according to the group behind the ad. The League of American voters is sponsoring the 33 second ad and is criticizing the decision.
In the Media by Patrick McMahon - 14 comments

Op-Ed: If It's Good TV, They Will Come, Demographics be Damned

Slow as they’ve been, the television industry caught up to me. For years I’ve asked why all the focus on youth-oriented programming, when it’s geezers and geezerettes who inherited the geezers money, who have all the liquid cash; not teens.
In the Media by Sandy Sand - 1 comment

The WIP Project: Web 3.0 and User-generated Networks

European researchers took the concepts of Web 2.0, like user-generated content and social networking, into the real world. They hope to create user-generated physical networks so internets could be set up, by anyone, anytime.
In the Media by Bob Ewing

Radio telescope 'as big as the Earth' links up

Radio telescopes in China, Europe and Australia were electronically linked for the first time. Seven telescopes combined to observe a distant galaxy called 3C273. The link is possible because if high speed global networks.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

TV Advertising is in a Crisis

People aren't watching the ads. "Fueled by a growing sense of desperation, networks are inserting games, quizzes and mini-dramas into commercial breaks. They're incorporating more product pitches into programming."
In the Media by unusualsuspect - 2 comments

'Surge' in hijacked PC networks

Around 30% of computers are hijacked by hackers to send out spam and viruses
In the Media by Jishpar - 2 comments

Ten Scary Things About Home Networks

As with any new technology, uncertainty usually goes hand-in-hand with putting together a home network. Are you going to lie awake at night worrying about whether the toaster will misread a command from your network server and wipe out your hard drive?
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 5 comments

Is There Any Proof that Wi-Fi Networks Can Make You Sick?

If you can't see it, you should be afraid of it. With everything going wireless, people are becoming increasingly afraid of waves emitted by Wi-Fi access points. But can they really make you sick?
In the Media by Chris Hogg - 8 comments

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