Category Archives: NEWSBYTES

What The Heck Will Google Do With These Scary Military Robots?

This comes to us via Forbes…a publication, we as poor folks. don’t normally read. But we found this article interesting and somewhat unsettling. What do you think? What The Heck Will Google Do With These Scary Military Robots? Let’s see, we have a company that already knows everything about us, has possibly the world’s largest computer network, has… Read More »

FBI: Malware Developers

It seems every day there is something else in the news about our government encroaching on our personal lives. Now it has been revealed that the FBI hackers have been developing malware. It’s not surprising; I think most of us know the government hires the best hackers and pays them well. So here you go… This Ars Technica… Read More »

Google: We’re Winning Against Phishing and Spam Emails

We’ve always been fans of Google…maybe because we were on the Web before Google and watched their birth and their growth. Of course, Google has grown quite large and now dominates the search market, may soon win the browser wars, and within a few years may indeed overtake Windows with the Android operating system for desktops and laptops… Read More »

Hey! Hey! Finally Some Good News About Microsoft…Maybe

There’s a lot to bash about Microsoft, no doubt. The sleeping giant seems to be confused as to where all these new competitors came from. Google’s just a dozen years old and Apple’s resurgence has taken tablets and smart phones to a new level. Microsoft seems to be grasping at straws with its anti-Google campaign (Scroogled), even going… Read More »

U.S. says online ads should be clearly marked, undeceptive

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The growing online usage of ads designed to blend in with the rest of a website’s content, a practice known as “native advertising,” may be illegal in some instances, the Federal Trade Commission warned on Wednesday. The growing online usage of ads designed to blend in with the rest of a website’s content, a practice… Read More »