It’s the first Tech Tuesday of the month, and the Computer Guys are back! They’ll share unique perspectives on the pros and cons of everything from municipal wi-fi to hacking your iPhone. And, they’ll answer all your computing questions.

WabiSabiLabi
Fair market value of software vulnerabilities

The Guardian’s Websites that Changed the World

Your Disease Risk
Find out your risk of developing five of the most important diseases in the United States and get personalized tips for preventing them

New Google Linux Apps Coming Soon

EyePassword
Enters passwords using an on-screen keyboard that detects the orientation of your pupils

Capital PC User Group
Local computer workshops for all levels

Washington Apple Pi
DC user group for Apple users

Volkswagen, Apple Consider iCar

Sony Unveils Video Walkman, Drops Connect Music Store

London police arrest man for ‘stealing’ Wi-Fi

CC Cleaner
Free utility for system optimization

Crucial
Memory, flash cards, drives

Optimizing Your Site for the iPhone

Advanced 2000
Discount computer parts and components

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