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The Evolution of Airport Security Since 9/11
September 10, 2011, by, staff
9/11 has changed the way we deal with airport security forever. Sheldon Jacobson discusses the evolution of airport screening and how comprehensive airport screening may actually be less effective t…
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Cleverly Misspelled Web Domains Behind Huge Email Theft
September 09, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Researchers harvested 20 gigabytes of data from 30 Fortune 500 companies using cleverly misspelled domain names.
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Category 3 Hurricane Katia Seen From Space
September 06, 2011, by, staff
Footage of the storm captured from the International Space Station while over the Atlantic Ocean on September 6th. It's not expected to threaten land.
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September 01, 2011, by, staff
Writer Ivan Brandon chats with Newsarama about new series Men of War at the New York City premiere party of DC Comics' New 52.
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August 31, 2011, by, staff
The writer and artist behind the centerpiece to DC Comics' New 52 chat with Newsarama prior to the book signing in New York City.
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Submerged Sunspots: “Sussed-Out” By Science
August 26, 2011, by, staff
With a techniques borrowed from earthquake detection, researchers are learning to predict where sunspots will boil-up. That gives officials in charge of satellites, power grids and radio communicatio…
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Review: US Search Get the information you need quickly, easily, and anonymously.
August 26, 2011, by, staff
US Search offers many search options, advanced searches and even private investigation. Whether you want to investigate a date or verify before you buy, is the perfect place to start yo…
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Hurricane Irene - Latest Space Station View
August 24, 2011, by, staff
The International Space Station once again flew over the now Category 3 storm and its outlook seems even more ominous. This fly-over occurred on August 24th, 2011.
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Review: Samsung Galaxy S 4G Did you just buy a Vibrant? Sorry.
August 19, 2011, by, staff
The Galaxy S 4G is based on the Vibrant, and surpasses it in many ways. Cosmetics are bit polarizing, but the features will likely win over most users.
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Pocket Computer Could Someday Eliminate Passwords
August 18, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
"Pico" could solve all your password problems ... if it existed.
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Solar Eruption Engulfs View of Venus
August 18, 2011, by, staff
On August 16, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory captured this time-lapsed imagery of a coronal mass ejection passing in front of its view of the "Morning Star". Being that the planet w…
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Fur: Film School Project
August 12, 2011, by, staff
Fur is one of the selections from the 2011 student films at Gobelins. It was directed by François Barreau, Marion Delannoy, Claire Fauvel, Rachid Guendouze, Vincent Nghiem and Benoit Tranchet.
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Animated Look at Juno's Jupiter Mission
August 03, 2011, by, staff
Find out about the spacecraft that will give us the best look to date at our solar system's largest planet and the science it will provide. Includes animations of the launch and its 5 year flight.
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Android Malware Shoots Up 250 Percent in Six Months
August 03, 2011, Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor
Best to be paranoid if you're running Android
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WWII Underwater Graveyard Discovered
August 03, 2011, by, staff
20 miles off the North Carolina coast, in over a hundred feet of water, lies a notorious German submarine and some of its victims. NOAA scientists dig for data with multi-beam sonar, remotely piloted…
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Smartphone Apps to Protect Your Kids
August 03, 2011, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
It's 10 p.m. Do you know where your children are?
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Smiley Face On The Sun?
August 01, 2011, by, staff
Is the Sun telling us to have a nice day? Images shown in order from lowest temperatures to highest as taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory reveals what appears to be a face on our star.
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Police Claim Arrest of LulzSec Spokesman 'Topiary'
July 27, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
19-year-old arrested in Shetland Islands is believed to be Lulz Security spokesperson.
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How to Build a Satellite Part 2 - The Not So Simple Part
July 26, 2011, by, staff
So your space traveling concept is approved. Now the painstaking work begins. Build, test, re-test, over and over for each individual component, no matter how tiny or simple. Those science data your …
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Re-Use Your Old CRT Speakers
July 26, 2011, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
CRTs are on their way out, but the speakers are still useful.
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TRAILER: Gotham City Impostors
July 21, 2011, by, staff
Gotham City Impostors, a multiplayer game unlike any other, gives players the opportunity to rebel against conformity as they customize their own characters.
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Facebook Users More Trusting of Others, Study Reveals
July 20, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Brain releases extra doses of bond-forming Oxytocin when on Facebook.
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Are Kindle Textbook Rentals a Real Deal?
July 18, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Do you really want your textbooks on a Kindle?
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Rare Video Catches Endangered Wild Amur Leopards on Tape
July 13, 2011, by, staff
Captured by camera traps in the remote Russian Far East, the footage reveals five critically endangered Amur leopards: two pairs ‹ the second pair is a mother and a nearly full-grown cub ‹ and one in…
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Asking for Identity Theft: The Risks of Social Security Number Overuse
July 08, 2011, Jesse Emspak, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Don't give away your most valuable piece of information
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