From turkey hatcheries to prawn farms, users are finding unique ways to use technology to monitor their situations.
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Gartner is highlighting 10 mobile and wireless networking technologies – including new versions of Bluetooth and location-awareness -- it says will play a big role in business-to-employee and business-to-consumer interactions over the next couple of years.
EMC CEO Joe Tucci was awarded a compensation package valued at US$9 million in 2009, according to documents filed this week with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The first paragraph of the story, "Dasient spots 640,000 malware-infected Web sites," posted Tuesday, has been corrected to clarify the number of pages reportedly infected by malware.
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A Food and Drug Administration-led study refutes claims that the magnetic fields produced by Apple iPods and other such portable music devices interfere with cardiac pacemakers.
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