Is a Wireless Data Center Possible?
A grad student at UCSB recently gave this presentation: http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~xiazhou/papers/sigcomm12_beam3d.pdf
Russian Officials Consider Ban On Wi-Fi Use For Kids
Easy - don't have a network.
US Military Designates Julian Assange an "Enemy of State"
We seem to like waging war on vaporous enemies don't we?
Researchers Create Silicon-Based Quantum Bit
Quantum computers aren't intended for general purpose computing or math operations
Not entirely true. There is a lot of work being done on general purpose quantum computing architectures at the moment. In fact there are already some quantum compilers out there such as http://tph.tuwien.ac.at/~oemer/qcl.html.
Also, a number of algorithms do actually require math operations to be performed by the quantum processor. Remember that measuring a qubit collapses its wavefunction so it is often important to do math operations on qubits before they are measured.
Ask Slashdot: When Is It a Good Idea To Incorporate?
Thanks you all for your opinions. I definitely will speak with lawyer and accountant friends but it's very helpful to hear about your experiences with the matter. Again thank you very much!
Book Review: How Google Tests Software
Is there anything on the (automated) verification techniques used at Google? Microsoft has one of the best verification research labs around and they develop a handful of great tools that are freely available. Is there a Google analogue?
First Steps With the Raspberry Pi
You're thinking on the wrong scale. Consider a school district - you could equip an entire computer classroom for less than $1,000. That's where the Raspberry Pi starts to make sense.