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Heat forward LeBron James says he isn't affected by people sending him negative and often racially charged messages on Twitter.
U.S. intelligence and security agencies are warning Congress and the telecommunications industry that an American company's plan to use Chinese components in cell-phone towers for the next generation wireless network will make communications vulnerable to electronic spying by Beijing.
Many thanks to California Rep. Duncan D. Hunter for arguing that we should fully implement the new Taskforce ODIN (Observe, Detect, Identify, Neutralize) in Afghanistan, enabling troops to disrupt and defeat insurgent improved explosive device teams as they bury the bombs ("Hunter lauds tactic to snuff IEDs," Page 1, Sept. 16). As seen in Iraq, ODIN's next generation surveillance capabilities save troops' lives, reduce civilian casualties and deny insurgents their most effective weapon.
MacSpeech Scribe is a deceptively good piece of software, well worth the $149.99 you would pay at full retail (though Amazon.com has it for $20 less). If you ever work with recorded speech, this is a program to consider.
Google Inc.'s third-quarter earnings climbed 32 percent to beat Wall Street's expectations as companies spent more to advertise to Web surfers.
Google Inc. Chief Executive Eric Schmidt joined a conference call with analysts after the Web search leader released third-quarter results Thursday.
Almost two years ago, the Food and Drug Administration ignored the advice of its scientists and approved a knee implant after being lobbied by members of Congress. On Thursday, the agency issued an unprecedented "mea culpa," saying the device should not have been approved.
Google Inc.'s third-quarter earnings demonstrated that the Internet search leader is capable of surpassing investors' short-term expectations while still investing heavily in long-range projects.
In grim news for video game companies, market researcher NPD Group said Thursday U.S. retail sales of game hardware, software and accessories fell 8 percent in September to $1.2 billion.