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Friday, March 9, 2012

Google just got pwned -- and it's happy about it

Star Trek's Mr. Sulu steers Facebook to MySQL solution | Apple's big lie about jobs, and other bogus tech claims

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Google just got pwned -- and it's happy about it
Google paid $60,000 to first person to completely exploit Chrome browser, paving the way for other software makers to mimic the bounties-for-bugs business model. Read More


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RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: Amazon Web Services

Why Run Windows Server Apps on AWS?
Top 5 Reasons: 1. No New Hardware, 2. Get Started in Minutes, 3. Use Your .NET Skills in the AWS Cloud, 4. On-Demand Test Environments, and 5. Use your Existing Microsoft Licenses. Learn more with on-demand webinar. Watch now!

Star Trek's Mr. Sulu steers Facebook to MySQL solution
Facebook's engineering team has given a public nod to "Star Trek" celebrity George Takei for helping them fix a site performance problem that could be traced to MySQL. Read More

Apple's big lie about jobs, and other bogus tech claims
The misuse of statistics and the preparation of allegedly scientific surveys designed to fool is spread across the Web by the axis of fakery: tech companies, PR agencies, and gullible (or feckless) journalists. Read More

Develop Metro apps? Say no to this con
Metro is Microsoft's attempt to wed the iOS business model with Windows' dominance of the PC desktop. Unfortunately, it won't work because Metro is not worth developers' time. Read More




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