An anonymous reader writes "Fox News is reporting that the Wikipedia page for Chris Benoit was updated with information on his wife's death at least 13 hours before police found her body. According to Fox News, the IP where the edit came from is located in Stamford, CT, home of World Wrestling Entertainment."
An anonymous reader writes "The TOP500 Project has released their latest list of the fastest supercomputers, and for the fourth time, Lawrence Livermore National Labs claims the top spot, in addition to claiming the 6th, 19th, 34th, 119th, 147th, 157th, 191st, 214th, 266th, and 378th ranked supercomputers."
Bad drivers will crash regardless of the reason. I don't see how this is any more dangerous than trying to drive while looking at a paper road map or a Google maps printout thereof. This will be great for all of the times that I get lost only to find I don't have a map in my car. And sure, I could simply buy a map for my car, but where would the fun in that be? As for the traffic congestion, I don't see any danger in looking down at your cell phone and plotting out an alternative route while you're parked in gridlock rush hour traffic.