Thursday, April 10, 2014

One user's path to a Chromebook enterprise








One user's path to a Chromebook enterprise

It's often criticized as being not a "PC" but the Chromebook lover is a special breed, and some make this work out just fine.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Comcast customer surprised to learn new router is also public hotspot | Ars Technica

Comcast customer surprised to learn new router is also public hotspot | Ars Technica:






Comcast piggybacks free wifi hotspots onto existing customers, mainly without their knowledge most of the time. It's great for people that are looking for public hotspots that happen to be Comcast customers, but not so great that just by getting service with Comcast, you are opening up your connection to the hotspot world.

Read on as you'll find how those Comcast Hotspots crop up, then once customers catch on, they get turned off just as fast.


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Saturday, March 01, 2014

British Spies Said to Intercept Yahoo Webcam Images - NYTimes.com

British Spies Said to Intercept Yahoo Webcam Images - NYTimes.com:







The British spy circuit apparently had more than just their 'normal' spying duties recently, they were a group that went after more than that, and that is your privacy. No, they weren't looking for state secrets, they were looking for far more personal stuff than that.


This is the invasion of privacy that has been talked about by groups that are worried that government has gone too far into the intrusion into public life. Proof in the pudding in fact that it's just not American spying we have to worry about, it's a worldwide epidemic among government agencies from everywhere.




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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Sunday, February 02, 2014

Super Bowl 2014 commercials sneak peek -- has Newcastle trumped Budweiser, Cheerios and Dannon's 'Full House' reunion? - Newsday

Super Bowl 2014 commercials sneak peek -- has Newcastle trumped Budweiser, Cheerios and Dannon's 'Full House' reunion? - Newsday:







A lot of commercials during the Super Bowl, it's full of cars, food, beer, and even tech.

Microsoft will launch it's first ever Super Bowl ad, that is kind of hard to believe with the way Microsoft changed the world, but it is true.

Here's a great article on the commercials that we'll be talking about for this Super Bowl Sunday, enjoy the game!




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Sunday, January 26, 2014

A preview of Outsourcing Trends in 2014

A Preview of Outsourcing Trends in 2014 (via Dice News in Tech)
The coming year should find businesses looking for more ways to retain control over their IT services and processes, as well as cut costs, according to Computerworld’s “10 IT Outsourcing Trends to Watch in 2014.” General Motors cited that need…

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Appeals Court Strikes Down FCC's Net Neutrality Rules - WSJ.com

Appeals Court Strikes Down FCC's Net Neutrality Rules - WSJ.com:




This is bad for consumers, and now it's looking like that the Net Neutrality law has been struck down, much to the dismay of a lot of internet users because they in the end will be the losers in this.









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Friday, January 10, 2014

Plane crashes, woman dies, survivor films and takes selfie | Technically Incorrect - CNET News

Plane crashes, woman dies, survivor films and takes selfie | Technically Incorrect - CNET News:


It's probably never been done before, a man who was about to crash in a small plane in Hawaii thought to grab his camera and shot footage of the event while it was happening.

This new video just proves that we have truly evolved into a digital camera/video age now, life as we knew it will probably never be the same.





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Monday, January 06, 2014

Vizio announces its first consumer 4K TVs, kills all 3D support | The Verge

Vizio announces its first consumer 4K TVs, kills all 3D support | The Verge:









Visio isn't a big fan of 3D HDTV's anymore, so much so that they have cancelled all support for them.

Not a big surprise as 3D never really took off, but the good news is the 4K HDTV's are coming, now if we can only get some content providers for it!

Check out this article from The Verge on the announcement.




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