O2 Scraps Unlimited Data Usage For Smartphones
While I'm not a fan of taking away things, in my mind having a fixed limit is better than having an 'Unlimited' plan, but having an unknown 'fair usage policy', for which there is no official policy.
UK Plans To Monitor 20,000 Families' Homes Via CCTV
For the love of jebus, ignore the Daily/Sunday Express just as much as the Daily/Sunday Mail. They are terrible, borderline-racist, reactionary publications with a fixation on Big Brother (Orwell, not the terribe reality show) and 'foreign types stealing our jobs'.
There's a site dedicated to the terrible nature of these publications, which is well worth a read, if only for a giggle.
Lucky Thirteen On the ISS
But the launch was cancelled hours ago due to a hydrogen leak. Lucky?
Inside Safari 3.2's Anti-Phishing Feature
First off, because it drives me nuts, it is "couldn't care less". (Cue picking on grammar errors in this post. Maybe I'll drop a couple in intentionally!)
Secondly there is adblock (and flashblock) for Safari in the form or SafariBlock, or if you don't care for Input Managers there's always things like GlimmerBlocker which is a local HTTP Proxy which will block ads (and flash and do other fancy things) across the whole system and not just one browser.
Neopwn, the World's First Pentesting Mobile Phone
'pwn' drives me nuts. In my eyes the use of it seriously undermines any project and gives the impression that it is presided over by annoying 13 years olds which, in turn, pretty much makes me dismiss it.
Dirac 1.0.0 Released
Someone's evidentially not been watching Top Gear, which features some of the best camera work on TV and film.