NetFlash: E-voting jitters

* E-voting jitters * HP, SAP embark on major collaborative research * WEB 2.0: Flash and Firefox to unite * FCC allows Continental to offer own Wi-Fi at Logan * U.S. tops world's spamming countries * Today on Layer 8

E-voting jitters

This Election Day, see why many believe electronic voting machines are a recipe for fraud. Click here for more.

HP, SAP embark on major collaborative research

The research organizations at HP and SAP will work together to resolve IT issues faced by their joint customers, notably around virtualization. Click here for more.

WEB 2.0: Flash and Firefox to unite

Adobe will contribute source code to the Mozilla Foundation as the two organizations aim to establish a standard scripting language that developers can use to create interactive applications for Adobe's Flash Player and Mozilla's Firefox browser. Click here for more.

FCC allows Continental to offer own Wi-Fi at Logan

The FCC has ruled that Continental Airlines can continue to offer free Wi-Fi access through Continental's own selected carrier in its Presidents Club Lounges, including the lounge at Boston's Logan International Airport. Click here for more.

U.S. tops world's spamming countries

Australia has dropped off the 2006 "dirty dozen" spam list completely. The dirty dozen spam list is a snapshot of countries found to be contributing to the worldwide level of spam in the third quarter of 2006 compiled by Sophos. Click here for more.

Today on Layer 8, packed with riboflavin:

Sexy cell gear for nerds; columnist says Apple's not to blame for gear problems; Microsoft already hosing the faithful over Zune; and the start of the latest Weekly Caption Contest; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.

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