Thursday, March 31, 2011

31-Mar-2011 AM clippings


Chapman Tripp and its allies are casting FUD at New Zealand's upcoming ban on software patents. The MED is not impressed:

Two more Registration Authorities have had their SSL signing keys compromised. Web of trust fail:

Acer lines up a dual-screen tablet PC as Microsoft waits for the tablet fad to pass:

The first commercially viable nanogenerator, a flexible chip turning body movement into power, is shown to the American Chemical Society:

And finally. Atomic wristwatches go out of kilter all over Japan. Not from radiation; the radio sync transmitter is 16 km from the Daiichi:

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