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To prevent sensitive documents from leaking out in the future, Major General Richard Webber, commander of Air Force Network Operations, issued the "Cyber Control Order" to "immediately cease use of removable media on all systems, servers, and stand alone machines" on the Defense Department's network. Other military branches have made similar directives. (Wired)
Chrome OS Cr-48 laptop dissected.
That anonymous black netbook that Google (GOOG) announced yesterday doesn't have any labels or specs attached to it. That doesn't mean the web isn't already taking it apart.
Digitimes says it is produced by Inventec and 60,000 of them are making their way to beta testers. It will likely be based on an Intel Atom N550 platform which runs at 1.5GHz with 1GB L2 cache. RAM and storage MORESeth Weintraub - Dec 8, 2010 1:48 PM ET
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