I took a few of the worst and put them into what you think is the worst. The Cross Bronx Expressway scored #1 as the worst in the America with I-95 through Northern Virginia trailing behind the Cross Bronx. "The 405" in LA was nice and scored #3rd worst.
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On Wednesday evening, Federal MP Ed Husic spoke on the relatively high prices charged in Australia for IT products, saying he'd been "snubbed" by Apple Australia despite being promised a personal response from MD Tony King. That seems to have done the trick - a meeting is back on the cards. But is he talking to the worst culprit?
Movies had the worst summer since 1997. That's funny because you can jumble that sentence around to say "worst summer movies since 1997" and it would still be accurate. Refreshing twist to this article? Piracy wasn't even mentioned. :)
The film industry had its worst summer in North America, still the world’s No.
You know things are pretty damn bad when articles like this start popping up in April.
The Identity Theft Resource Center, which tracks data breaches, has counted 204 of them through March of the this year for a loss of 4,238,983 records related to sensitive personal information exposed through hacker cyberattacks, stolen laptops or dumb mistakes.
Adobe has been a fickle friend to Linux in recent times. Not only did the company put the brakes on mobile Flash last year, but it also put Linux users on a roller-coaster ride for 64-bit Flash and it pulled the plug on AIR for Linux. The latest affront? Coming soon, there will be no more standalone Flash Player for Linux.