Techi's top ten trends 6-22-2011

War Lulz

From rampaging hackers declaring war on governments to an eco-friendly new Batmobile, today’s top 10 TECHi trends are sure to give you a good half-hour of fun reading.

  1. Japan lays down the law against cybercriminals as they work on tougher penalties for making a virus.
  2. The new Batmobile is not just a criminal-busting piece of high-tech art, it’s good for the environment, too!
  3. The world of .com and .org just got crowded as ICANN introduces .whatevertheheckyouwant.
  4. They may be a social media blog that ends in the letters “shable” but they’re not Mashable, thank you very much.
  5. Being great at developing video games doesn’t mean that some don’t pop out with terrible ideas from time to time.
  6. When a rich website owner donates money to bring you water, would you name your village after the website?
  7. It’s tough for everyone, so Skype decided to fire some executives before having to pay them out from the Microsoft money.
  8. An iPad may be a tablet in form, but it means more to consumers than any of its competitors.
  9. Dell is entering the Air game with and ultra-mega-super-thin new notebook.
  10. When you can hack into security firms, the CIA, and Playstation, why not declare war on everyone else?

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Written by Rocco Penn

A tech blogger, social media analyst, and general promoter of all things positive in the world. "Bring it. I'm ready." Find me on Media Caffeine, Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

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