It’s that time. Before we welcome a brand new year, here are 2010’s most popular posts according to you!
Back in June, I ran a little experiment. In terms of Google search results, how did BP’s recent oil spill compare against the previous top environmental disaster, the Exxon Valdez? The outcome was staggering. (Click on the links today, and witness some strange (wholesale?) pruning of Google’s index.)
There used to be a time when the makers of the most drool-worthy gadgets paid little regard to their environmental impact. Today, Apple’s proving that desirable electronics and eco-friendly practices can, in fact, go hand in hand.
The server startup that’s working on ARM-based hardware changes its name and welcomes execs in a move that points to the imminent commercialization of its tech.
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Scary stuff! This malware targets industrial control systems, but perhaps more critically, it underscores the critical role of IT security as the power grid and networked communications draw closer together.