Google Censorship Transparency Report

Google is all about freedom of information, especially after all of the trouble they have been having with China.  Now Google has created a new Transparency Map that will report on all of the censorship actions that Google has been legally…

New Linux 64-bit Kernel Exploit

Linux 64-bit has a new local root exploit that will allow escalation into unauthorized user access.  Unfortunately, once the exploit has occurred on your system it will remain persistent even after being patched. The new update will fix…

VLC Player Comes To iPad As An App

It’s about time!  Apple has approved the new VLC player app and it is ready to rock on the iPad.  Now you can play Xvid, Divx, WMV, M4V, and lots of other movies formats right on your iPad. Apple App Store Link

Google Earth Gets Insanely Accurate Flight Tracking

At least, it is as accurate as the FAA will allow.  For security reasons Google’s tracking is 15-20 minutes behind the live location of the plane.  Of course, anyone with some decent navigation and math skills and the flight path…

Nintendo “NES” Coffee Table, It is Exactly What You Think

It turns out, a Nintendo just might be the best place to set your Nintendo on top of.  -Okay that might have sounded weird, but it is true!- Just check out the screenshot below and you’ll what I mean, and be prepared to get your geek…

Adobe Flash Player Square 64-bit Launched Preview Today

Today Adobe Launched the 64-bit version of their new “in-testing” flash player, Square. From Adobe: “Today we’re making available a preview of Adobe® Flash® Player that we’re calling “Square.” This preview includes support…