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A newly uncovered computer virus called "Flame" spooks cybersecurity companies, while new revelations about the Stuxnet virus raise provocative questions about government cyber warfare. And digital activists consider the power of "Big Dada" by turning the tables on online advertisers and intentionally distorting the data they collect about consumers. The Computer Guys and Gal return to discuss the latest news in the tech world.
Summer fun in the tech world, and Father's Day and graduation gifts.
Father's Day gifts for the Computer Guy in your life
Summer fun (in the tech world)
Scorching hot (tech)
Call the FCC! Kojo used the “Z” word on the air: Zettabyte
Nominee for scam-of-the-month: Viruses move to social media
Allison’s new wallpaper: a lovely shade of block
The Flame computer virus: Your FAQs answered
The Washington Capitals got knocked out of contention, but D.C. is #2 in tech jobs!
It's a walk of shame for Apple: Turns to Kaspersky Lab to point out vulnerabilities.
Insight: Web 1.0, Web 2.0, no Web 3.0--it will be called “Mobile”
Everyone is going mobile--payments included--but consumers trust banks
Apple rumors looming before WWDC (June 11th): iOS 6 is expected, and with it are rumors of deep Facebook integration, as well as an overhauled Maps app, one that no longer relies on Google for data. The big feature is supposedly a sophisticated, fully 3D map view, complete with accurately modeled terrain!
Not to be outdone, Google is also touting their 3D mapping technology, in a preemptive announcement on June 6
Father's Day ideas