Now legal in the U.S.: Jailbreaking your iPhone,... →
It’s no longer illegal under the DMCA to jailbreak your iPhone or bypass a DVD’s CSS in order to obtain fair use footage for educational purposes or criticism. These are the new rules that were handed down moments ago by the U.S. Copyright Office. This is really big. Like, really big.
Aperture Science (AKA Valve) Delays Portal 2 Until... →
Such a headline inspires infinite sadness, but it’s true: Portal 2 has been delayed until 2011. This explains why Valve decided to cancel their E3 press conference. I’ll let Aperture Science explain. Here’s the release that Aperture Science (read: Valve) released to the media: VALVE ANNOUNCES MAKING GAMES IS HARD June 9, 2010 — Aperture Science, doing business as...
New Energy Device Feeds Off of Human Movement -... →
TREMONT - We’ve all been there. Our cell phone or laptop battery dies at the worst time. The owner of Tremont Electric has developed a tool that not only solves that problem, but might just put Cleveland on the earth-friendly map. “This is a way for people to make their own clean energy and power their devices at the same time,” explains Aaron Lemieux—Cleveland area...
Scientists link bowel bug to MS « pharmaphorum... →
“Scientists believe a bowel bug may play a key role in multiple sclerosis (MS) due to its impact on the immune system, it has emerged. The bug, which causes inflammation in the gut, caused healthy animals to contract MS-like symptoms and scientists believe it may have a similar effect in humans.”
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Private Info Suddenly Appears On Woman's iPhone -... →
A Stockton woman was puzzled when pictures she never took and personal information that wasn’t hers suddenly showed up on her iPhone, but confusion turned to concern after she tracked the information to another woman’s iPhone.