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A Twitter user currently residing in Abbottabad, Pakistan detailed the circumstances of the United States' raid and capture of Osama bin Laden yesterday as the actions were transpiring. Sohaib Athar is, as it says on...
Emails claiming to contain video clips of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden are likely to be example of a new computer worm. The Famus-F worm normally arrives in the form of a bilingual English and...
According to Lycos, who compile a weekly "top 50" at The Lycos 50 Daily Report, Halloween and Osama Bin Laden rank as the top two pupular search items for the past week at Lycos. ...
While the real bin Laden may have eluded capture, his virtual likeness has not, with an endless stream of Web sites and emailed jokes, games and pictures allowing keyboard cowboys to shoot, bomb or just...