Tony Austin

Tony Austin

Worked at IBM from 1970, for a quarter century, then founded Asia/Pacific Computer Services to provide IT consulting and software development services (closed company at end of 2013). These says am still involved with IT as an observer and commentator, as well as attempting to understand cosmology, quantum mechanics and whatever else will keep my mind active and fend off deterioration of my grey matter.

Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) version 2.0 was released without fanfare on 16 December, making an already very well-regarded security suite into quite a formidable opponent for the other free security suites and especially for the paid ones.

They're quite smart on the Dark Side: scammers, identity thieves, and other ne'er-do-wells who're always ready to exploit online vulnerabilities whenever and wherever they see the opportunity-and Cloud Computing is their latest playing field. The solution, as always, is to be ever alert and ready for anything.
Scientists at  IBM's Zurich Research Laboratory, in collaboration with two European universities, have demonstrated the ability to measure the charge state of individual atoms using noncontact atomic force microscopy.




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