Big news in all the papers this week. Apparently Apple has released a new version of the phone that plays MP3s and has a full browser. Still going on behind the curtain:
The Washington Post today reports on Abacus Technology, an IT services company that just landed a major NASA contract. The company’s revenue will jump from $60 million to about $100 million. No wonder the company president is smiling in that photo.
More technophobia from the mainstream media. Turns out downloading illegal MP3s at work is responsible for data breaches. But The Washington Post, in its rush to condemn file sharing as irresponsible, forgets to provide a tip box on how to stop employees from exposing sensitive data.
Politicians and government folk have a nasty habit of deleting email, the Associated Press reports. If this were you, someone would sue.