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Brian Bergstein

Brian Bergstein

    Grandfather creates web browser for autistic boy
    Grandfather creates web browser for autistic boy
    John LeSieur is in the software business, so he took particular interest when computers seemed mostly useless to his six-year-old grandson,...
    What do you want your phone to do?
    What do you want your phone to do?
    What do you want your cellphone to be able to do?
    Using technology to stop software piracy
    Using technology to stop software piracy
    If the experience of the world's largest software vendor is any guide, the industry's best hope for reducing piracy rests with anti-copying...
    Wear technology, don't carry it
    Wear technology, don't carry it
    From clothes riddled with sensors to name tags that detect our moods, computing's next wave could unleash small devices that increasingly augment...
    Who's editing what on Wikipedia?
    Who's editing what on Wikipedia?
    What edits on Wikipedia have been made by people in congressional offices, the CIA and the Church of Scientology? A new online tool called...
    Inventor of Fortran dies in Oregon
    Inventor of Fortran dies in Oregon
    John Backus, whose development of the Fortran programming language in the 1950s changed how people interacted with computers and paved the way for...
    Vista more secure than previous Windows, but ...
    Vista more secure than previous Windows, but ...
    "Patch Tuesday", when Microsoft releases repairs for problems in its software, came and went last week with six critical fixes -- including the...
    Microsoft in trouble over Wikipedia pay offer
    Microsoft in trouble over Wikipedia pay offer
    Microsoft landed in the Wikipedia doghouse on Tuesday after it offered to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced web...
    IBM sues Amazon for violating patents
    IBM sues Amazon for violating patents
    IBM filed two lawsuits against Amazon.com on Monday, claiming key aspects of the internet retailer's websites violate patents held by Big Blue.
    Visa, American Express cut ties with card processor
    Visa, American Express cut ties with card processor
    Visa USA and American Express are cutting ties with the payment-processing company that left 40-million credit and debit card accounts vulnerable...