A father and son team spent ten days tagging iguanas for a research project sponsored by Shedd Aquarium in cooperation with the Bahamas National Trust.
The Bahamas: Sci/Tech
Due to an international onslaught by spam fighters, the Grum botnet has been taken offline, slashing in half the amount of spam email worldwide.
A one-click face scrambler for uploaded videos is YouTube’s newest feature – launched particularly for users in dangerous environments or parents who want to protect the identity of their children.
A ‘loose coalition’ of key web players, ranging from Mozilla and WordPress to Fark.com and the Cheezburger Network, has formed to organise flash campaigns against ‘bad laws and monopolies’.
A recently discovered Skype bug is causing random chat messages to be sent to the wrong users.
Despite frustrating disruptions in service during the upgrade of the cellular network to 4G, it is of immense importance that these upgrades occur in The Bahamas.
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The world’s largest high school science research competition, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, announced its top winners in Pittsburgh, Pa.