Archive for August, 2008

New Sony Accomplices in TransferJet Crime

Sony has drafted allies in their ongoing war against “Sensible Affordable Standards”, mounting an offensive against Wireless-USB and Bluetooth standards with their own TransferJet technology. Of course it’s proprietary.

Saturday, August 9th, 2008 | Continue reading

Big Apple May Be Watching

Didja hear the news? Apple apparently has a way to keep tabs on your iPhone to watch for “unauthorized” applications — then remotely remove them, before you even know what happened.

Friday, August 8th, 2008 | Continue reading

“Data Theft” Turns Out To Be Simple Stupidity

You’d think America’s Transportation Security Administration would know a thing or two about security. Of course, you’d be wrong.

Thursday, August 7th, 2008 | Continue reading

Yahoo…Putting The Funny Back In Failure

After a summer filled with embarrassment and more bending over than Paris Hilton’s seen in her lifetime, the little company that couldn’t has done it again.

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008 | Continue reading

Prediction: Virtual Worlds May Lead To Human Extinction

This week’s revelations about cybersex in Google’s Lively virtual world make one thing painfully clear: The preteen girl of today is doomed for an adult dating life worse than anything we could possibly imagine.

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008 | Continue reading

Jack Thompson Turns It Up To 11

Jack Thompson: master of irony, genius comedian, and a real artist truly dedicated to his performance piece on ridiculing our legal system. Either that or he’s actually a lawyer.

Monday, August 4th, 2008 | Continue reading

Monday Mailbag: August 4, 2008

TechCult takes your questions, comments, and come-ons. This week: online privacy, TechCult internships, and insightful questions.

Monday, August 4th, 2008 | Continue reading

I Can’t Let You Raise That, Dave

The Polaris Artificial Intelligence Project has defeated our best in a final showdown, taking out its human enemies with calculated precision.

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008 | Continue reading