Copyright trolls rock and roll in Georgia

If you want to know the standard of legal arguments among the copyright patent trolls, you need look no further than the Prenda case in Georgia.

Iran's Tor-M1 aerial defense codes are compromised

Iran’s Tor-M1 aerial defense codes were apparently compromised in the context of a secret deal between Russia and Israel. 

Landfill helps power Marine base in Georgia

Chevron and the U.S. Navy are working together in Albany, Ga., to turn methane gas captured in a nearby landfill into renewable energy.

Georgia seizes theater's vintage arcade games

If you head to Atlanta's Plaza theater, you'll notice a rather empty vibe in the lobby.

Can Apple's iPad replace static textbooks?

Remember those old tattered textbooks your teacher used to loan you at the beginning of the school year? Well, the heavy as rocks books may soon be replaced with a lighter, more new-age device: Apple's iPad.

Georgia State University persecutes file-sharing students

Georgia's Valdosta State University is currently tracking students engaged in file-sharing activity. Individuals caught using P2P software are likely to face disciplinary action and may even be turned in to the police.