Google and you
Google unveils the next front in its advance to ubiquity: the desktop search.
Google’s desktop search
Did a quick hit about this in my blogmark feed this morning, but I thought it deserved a bit more room, so read my latest rant on Google’s desktop search tool
The end of Moore’s Law?
Probably not, the house that Moore built has killed planes to release 4GHz Pentium 4 processor.
Implanting identity chips
The New York Times discusses the ramifications surrounding the approval of a RFID-like chip for storing a 16-digit number used to retreive medical records.
Mathew Ingram’s second blog at globeandmail.com
Ingram has always been willing to produce Web-exclusive content as he previously illustrated with globetechnology’s Geek Watch.
Google can now search your computer
Although it doesn’t search Firefox/Thunderbird/Mozilla history/email you can “vote” for the feature.
PPK finds a XP SP2 CSS bug
Great. Internet Explorer 6 is different between Windows XP and Windows XP SP2. Let the fun begin.
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