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These products are so bad, they belong in the high-tech hall of shame.
Code for Unbreakable Quantum Encryption
Wednesday, 19 April 2006 04:49 ESTRaw code for ‘unbreakable’ quantum encryption has been generated at record speed over optical fiber at NIST. The work is a step toward using conventional high-speed networks such as broadband Internet and local-area networks to transmit ultra-secure video for applications such as surveillance.
DoctorBit writes "NASA scientists have achieved a breakthrough in simulating the merging of two same-size non-spinning black holes based on a new translation of Einstein’s general relativity equations. The scientists accomplished the feat by using some brand-new tensor calculus translations on the Linux-running, 10,240 Itanium processor SGI Altix Columbia supercomputer. These are reportedly the largest astrophysical calculations ever performed on a NASA supercomputer. According to NASA’s Chief Scientist, "Now when we observe a black hole merger with LIGO or LISA, we can test Einstein’s theory and see whether or not he was right.""
I had to check the date to be sure this didn’t launch on April 1, but it appears to be a legitimate if highly dumb idea that officially launched yesterday. Millionaires24 is a new email service that caters to the super rich, and costs $399 per month.
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