• How Secure Are You? Chances Are.. Not Very

    How Secure Are You? Chances Are.. Not Very

    A story appeared on the New York Times blog (read it here) about security researcher Brendan O’Connor and his self-spying using homemade boxes he calls “creepyDOLs”. The story sheds light on something most of us never consider, but that is opening us up to snooping every day. WiFi is arguably one of the most useful
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  • Tech specs, dev’s API released for Google Glass

    Tech specs, dev’s API released for Google Glass

    Google has released the Glass API for developers to use in making apps for the soon-to-release eye wear along with technical specifications on the Glass Explorer editions. Notably, the API requires devs to build apps for free without ads or compensation.  While this is going to be a reason for some to ignore the API,
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  • Free Wi-Fi with Facebook Check-ins?

    Free Wi-Fi with Facebook Check-ins?

    Facebook is testing a new service with some small businesses around the country to allow customers at the business to use free Internet via Wi-Fi connections after a Facebook Check-in posting their whereabouts.  The router and software are supplied by Facebook while the Internet access itself is provided by the business. The incentive for the
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