Americans are supposed to be getting upset over considerations by the Federal government that all cars will be equipped with a black box sophisticated enough to determine your rate of travel, where you are, and trace your itinerary. Outrage! Of …Continue reading →
If you pay attention to the consumer privacy world or the smartphone world, you might have heard the recent swirl about something called “Carrier IQ”. I figured our readers might like a little info to be informed and understand what’s …Continue reading →
The picture on the left is called a QR Code – short for a Quick Response code. You’ve probably started to see more and more of these around town. Largely as part of some advertising campaign – maybe in the …Continue reading →
Well, you always wondered whether cell phones were really all that dangerous to use on planes, have you not? And CNN, digging deep, comes up with no answers at all, but instead puts together a godawful mess of a story. …Continue reading →
The Czar has found Sleestaks cell phone. It was in his sleeping pylon. The good news is that this disproves that a character in a Charlie Chaplin film found the phone and is talking on cell phone in 1928. First, …Continue reading →
Another wrinkle has arisen in the Apple and AT&T iPhone realm. It turns out that neither Apple nor AT&T have seemed to forecast the success of the iPhone that well. There are approximately 9 Million iPhone users on the AT&T …Continue reading →
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