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They're sugary, adorable, and capable of foiling advanced security systems: A Japanese researcher has found that the gelatin used in Gummi Bears can also be used to make fake fingers that fool biometric fingerprint scanners. The research also found that it's a simple matter to lift a fingerprint from a glass, photograph it, and then imprint it onto a mold to create a duplicate fingerprint. This follows a study last year that found Play-Doh worked equally well. So much for plans by large retailers like Wal-Mart and Costco to let shoppers pay for purchases by scanning their fingers at the register.

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Yahoo has double vision on Web products

At Yahoo, it takes two, baby, to make a website so real. In the process of acquiring new websites and revamping old ones, Yahoo's accumulating a curious set of twins. On Monday it upgraded the year-old My Web service -- a relaunch that overlaps with the recently acquired online-bookmarking service Del.icio.us -- and this morning it released a Flickr-inspired version of Yahoo Photos, the Web's largest photo sharing site.

Michael Arrington at TechCrunch approves of the new photo site, pointing out that it allows unlimited storage and "brings in the best of Flickr," the photo-sharing site Yahoo purchased last year. And therein lies the rub: Yahoo has chosen to to keep its home-built applications separate from its sexy new acquisitions like Flickr and Del.icio.us, leaving users unsure which application to use. Flickr and Yahoo Photos both let users share photos online, while Del.icio.us overlaps with My Web in providing a way for Net surfers to categorize and share Web bookmarks.)

"So I am a little confused," writes a TechCrunch reader. "Should I pay for Flickr's Pro service or do I use Yahoo Photos, which does exactly the same for free?" Commented another reader, "About Del.icio.us and Flickr, anyone know why Yahoo is trying so hard to sideline two of its best purchases?" Showing up on the TechCrunch message board, Flickr founder turned Yahoo executive Stewart Butterfield spun the situation as best he could: "Don't worry... Neither Del.icio.us nor Flickr are being sidelined. They are different, slightly-overlapping-but-complementary products."

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Monday, June 19, 2006

Google looks abroad for growth

With its utter domination of the U.S. Web search market nearly complete, it's natural for Google to look abroad for growth. Already, the company's mobile division is based in London, headed up by Nikesh Arora, a former T-Mobile executive who is now vice president for European operations, the Times of London says. And the company is desperately trying to hire someone to head up efforts to "localize," or translate, all of its Web products for the 112 countries where Google has registered its domain name, IDG News reports. Google executives have asked Reinhard Schaler, a localization expert at the University of Limerick, to help find candidates. Already, Google's Dublin staff hails from 40 different countries and together speak 30 languages, but apparently, that's not enough.

What do you think? Is Google better off seeking growth overseas? Leave a comment below.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

New Palm, RIM phones will duel this fall

Prepare for a next-generation smartphone duel this fall: Palm is prepping two new Treo models for October, while Research In Motion has a new BlackBerry due in November, according to leaked documents provided to Engadget Mobile. The new "BlackBerry Stealth" looks similar to RIM's 7130C model, and Engadget dings it for lacking a built-in camera and support for high-speed 3G networks. The Palm Infocenter blog is more excited about the Palm models, noting that the two new smartphones round out Palm's promise to release four new models this year, including the earlier Treo 700w and 700p. The larger Treo Lennon will run Windows Mobile, support 3G networks, and includes BlackBerry-like software that pushes emails to the device. The smaller Treo Nitro runs the Palm OS, and could be priced under $300, according to Palm Infocenter.

Which would you buy -- RIM's latest, or one of Palm's upcoming models?

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Apple may include VOIP in new Macs

As it delves deeper into software, Apple has already found itself competing with Adobe, Google, and Yahoo. Now rumor has it that it's taking on Skype, too. AppleInsider reports that the upcoming "Leopard" version of Mac OS X, set for a preview in August, will include VOIP features in Apple's iChat software to allow Mac users to call regular phone lines, not just other iChat users. With AOL, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Google all including VOIP in their instant-messenger software programs, the feature seems like a competitive must-have. But it may also be a defensive move on Apple's part to keep Mac users happy, since some of the most popular IM programs aren't available on the Mac, or don't include VOIP in their Mac versions.

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Magazine writer hopes for blog empire

Business 2.0's May issue profiled the new trend of cubicle startups -- "using your current job as a launchpad for your own startup." Little did Business 2.0 editor Josh Quittner know the article would hit so close to home. Senior writer Om Malik is turning his popular tech blog, GigaOm, into a venture capital-backed media startup. Quittner's memo announcing the departure was leaked to Valleywag, the tech-industry gossip blog.

Microsoft executive Don Dodge notes a developing trend of corporate bloggers striking out on their own. (Browser readers will recall yesterday's news about big-name blogger Robert Scoble's departure from Microsoft for a startup.)

Blogland mostly suspended its sense of snark, with bloggers too busy noting how recently they'd dined with Om and swearing up and down that they knew the big news was coming. It falls to SiliconBeat to round up the facts of the deal, noting that Om has "raised several hundred thousand dollars from San Francisco venture firm True Ventures to focus full-time on building out the blog site." And at least one SiliconBeat reader sounds a note of reserve: "This should be interesting -- a great theorist meets reality head on."

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Destructive “Super Termites” found in San Diego Termite Inspections

A pest which was thought to have been eradicated in the 1990’s, has returned with a vengeance to plague homes near San Diego in the La Mesa area, and these varmints can do a lot more damage, in much less time, to the structure of your home. The Formosan Subterranean Termite was accidentally introduced to the area somewhere in the early 1990’s, and although it was thought to have been eliminated, it has recently been re-discovered and is now considered by local experts to have a strong foothold in the area. As a precautionary measure, it would be a wise decision for every homeowner who is near or around the San Diego area to order a San Diego Home and Termite inspection.

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The Formosan Subterranean Termites are deemed to be ‘Super Termites’ by virtue of their high-volume swarming habits, with millions congregating in a single colony. This allows them to cause serious structural damage to a home in a mere six months, as opposed to the usual 10 or Security › Secure cleaning - Crack Key For U years that is expected of the garden variety termite. Worst of all, they can easily go undetected, because they have a habit of staying beneath the paint surface of any wood, so their huge numbers are seldom identified.

This discovery is even worse news than it sounds, since San Diego is already ranked #11 out of the Top 50 cities in the country for having a termite problem. Many cities in California and the coastal Southeast are plagued by termite infestations, providing ideal weather for colony growth, and San Diego is no exception. The rankings of cities bothered by infestations is issued by pest control giant Orkin, who based their information on the number of first-time termite inspections and treatments which servicemen have been called upon to make in cities across the country.

Protecting your home against termite infestations 

It’s always best to be proactive with regard to protecting your home against a termite infestation, simply because the damage can be so extensive if your home does turn out to be infested. You or a termite inspector in San Diego should check for signs of a termite colony, which include: spotting swarms of winged insects near your home, discarded wings from those insects, mud tubes in crawl homeguard san diego - Crack Key For U or on wooden beams, as well as hollow-sounding wood and bubbling or cracked paint on exterior walls.

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Net abuzz about adult-proof ringtone

There's a new ringtone in town, and the older you are, the less likely you are to hear it. Agence France Presse reports that a ringtone known as "Teen Buzz," originally developed by a British security firm to discourage loitering by youths has "invaded U.S. classrooms." At a frequency of 17 Khz, the tone apparently "falls within the highest of pitches noticeable to humans." But as we age, we lose the ability to hear high-pitched tones. Students can thus delight themselves by text-messaging each other without arousing their aging teacher's suspicions. Of course, the downward glances and furious thumb-typing might still give them away.

New Yorker writer Louis Menand, inspired to a comical rant, writes that the main news of the story "is not that students are fooling their teachers, which was never news, even in ancient Greece, or that technology is rapidly unraveling the fabric of trust and respect on which civil society depends, which everyone already knows. It is that one more way for middle-aged people to feel that they're losing it has been discovered."

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Startup deletes itself

How do startups die? There's the MySpace cease-and-desist letter, a reliable death knell. There's a crushing surfeit of competition. And now, there's the really stupid way to go: accidentally deleting yourself. TechCrunch looks into the boneheaded, utterly avoidable end of CouchSurfing. The two-and-a-half-year-old startup was revolutionizing the travel industry through the peer-to-peer provision of lodging -- er, that homeguard san diego - Crack Key For U, letting strangers meet online and make arrangements to sleep on each others' couches. On Friday, though, the website suffered a fatal hard drive crash and its operators found that they didn't have the needed backups. Founder Casey Fenton homeguard san diego - Crack Key For U a long, rambling message on the website explaining how "This crash is like a sign from the universe" that he should abandon the project. A lesson to entrepreneurs: If you're going to pour three years of your life into a project, invest in some decent backup software.

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Monday, June 19, 2006

Google looks abroad for growth

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