writes "Researchers at Stanford University have developed a radio technology that could lead to significant improvements in radio signal throughput. Currently, radios must transmit and receive simultaneously on different channels, or alternate transmission on a single channel, due to the fact that a radio may become "overwhelmed" by the signal it is transmitting and not listen to incoming signals. These radios overcome this problem by ignoring the noise they produce and can simultaneously transmit to another radio while receiving signals from another on the same channel.
Stanford University News via ZDNet"Link to Original Source
writes "Security firm M86 reports that 5 botnets were responsible for 78% of malicious spam in the final half of 2009, coinciding with a fivefold increase in malicious spam- now averaging 3 billion messages daily."Link to Original Source