Monthly Archives: November 2014

Break out the Flip – still great technology!

Still keeping a Flip around in a back drawer? Break it out. It’s still the best thing for instantly grabbing something that is happening right now, this instant. Cisco’s $500 million mistake in killing it was a historic tech blunder, … Continue reading

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NYC will get Payphone WiFi designed by NYU

Is De Blasio in touch with the needs of the hoi polloi, in a way that Bloomberg was not? “Blazing fast” 1 Gigabit sounds good, and arriving in 2015. That’ll be new for NYC. The individual booths will offer a … Continue reading

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Mobile has giant hole for hackers

Don’t use mobile for confidential calls SS7 has a great vulnerability which is allowing informed hackers easy access to listen to your calls and map your location, reports the Washington Post, Gizmodo and the Independent. “Don’t use the telephone service … Continue reading

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