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The attacks, part of a string of incidents traced back to Chinese servers associated with previous intrusions, underscore an urgent need for Washington to pressure Beijing to rein in its digital warriors, experts say.
How embarrassing, digital warriors mapping a failed assault to drown intelligent life, searching for an elusive foreign enemy in Sunday school fatigues.
As much for the sport as for the educational experience, digital warriors do battle to test real-world hardware and software in a simulated environment in an effort to expose flaws, security holes, and glitches - as well as achieve glory and the admiration of their colleagues.
0: Killer App for Game Boy Advance -- The newest addition to Buena Vista Interactive's TRON game series lets players take on the role of digital warriors Tron and Mercury as they battle against The Corruptor, an evil computer program attempting to create the ultimate virus and take over the system.
The Army's plan for turning soldiers into digital warriors is once again being rewritten, in the wake of disappointing field trials that showed that technology is improving, but is not yet ready for combat.
Developed for the Game Boy Advance by Digital Eclipse, players can assume roles of digital warriors Tron or Mercury, each with their own storylines, weapons and game modes, as they battle against The Corruptor, an evil computer program attempting to create the ultimate virus.
The software has an "artificial intelligence" component that enabled the digital warriors to recognize and move smoothly around trees and other 3-D objects.
Other notable speakers included, John Gallant, Editor-in-Chief of Network World who lead a lively debate, "The Silicon Valley's Digital Warriors Want the Baby Bells Blood.