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Phizzle writes "A brand new app for your iPhone is hitting the streets — the iHump. Utilizing a variant of "friend" finding, Du'me technology, the iHump taps into the database generated by other iHump users and based on their entered preferences maps locations of the nearest available points of carnal satisfaction. Additionally, the iHump app comes with instant Twitter support, so you can twat in real time about your adventures. http://www.gadgetking.com/2009/03/31/sexy-new-app-for-your-iphone/" Link to Original Source top
Phizzle writes "Security and Cryptography Laboratory at the Swiss Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) doctoral students demonstrated four successfull techniques for sniffing keystrokes off various keyboards, including laptops, by analysing the electromagnetic signals produced by every key press. Not entirely new concept, but these guys were able to get data from 20m away. Time for Tempest Grade keyboards?!" Link to Original Source