links for 2011-03-22

  • Cyberdine has just shown the next iteration of its HAL robots–strap-on exoskeletons that boost the user's strength with electric motors. Could they be used after the next large-scale disaster?
  • Yahoo is believed to be on the verge of selling its bookmarking service Delicious, possibly to the social "discovery engine" StumbleUpon, for a price believed to be around $1m (£619,000).
  • Classifying all games and movies for mobile phones and the internet will be too costly and inefficient, according to Telstra and BlackBerry creator Research In Motion (RIM) submissions to a government inquiry.
  • While there have been lofty discussions about who was right and who was wrong in the court stoush between the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) and iiNet, it all gets down to authorisation.
  • People are having fun creating Kevin Rudd saying, just like the ones Chuck Norris gets. #kevinischuck
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