Toshiba, Fujitsu and NEC team
up to start making chips used in flat screen TVs. This is pretty neat, a
device that tells you that your plant is thisty.
US senators back
off getting rid of voting machines without a paper trail.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the chief sponsor of a contentious bill
called the Ballot Integrity Act that proposes such changes, said she fears requiring
all states to employ so-called voter-verified paper records in their systems,
with some primaries only six months away, "could be an invitation to chaos."
Earlier this year, she called for enacting such changes by 2008.