What Do Your Tweets Reveal To Hackers? Researchers at MIT and Oxford University have shown that the location stamps on just a handful of Twitter posts in fact, as few as eight over the course of a single day can be enough to disclose the addresses of the poster’s home and workplace to a relatively […]

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Connecting Our Brain to a Computer Raises Many New Concerns. Do you believe that humans truly have the ability to determine their future or all decisions made predetermined based on conditions that occurred before the decision point. I like to believe that we do have free choices and that we can impact our future based […]

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Researchers Work to Keep Us Secure from Identity Theft. Cyber crime and identity thief are the Achilles heel of the modern internet based connected world economy. Internet shopping and banking are quickly pushing aside the old norms and consumers seem to have an endless appetite for remote everything.

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A new Study about being Addicted to Facebook. Our parents generation did not need Facebook or Twitter, but then again it was not an option for them so how do we know that grand dad would not have spent most of his time on Facebook given the chance?

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Smart Phones are Energy Hogs. I hate carrying so many electronic devices. I must admit though that smart phones are getting to the point that they can be my music player and camera. If I bought one of the new models with the bigger screen maybe it could even be my e-reader. The reason I […]

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Having the Fastest Broadband Internet Speed is a Competitive Advantage. Cities around the world are looking at upgrading their internet infrastructure to be as fast or faster than any other cities. This is because innovation and entrepreneurs are like to available internet speed of a particular location. The latest commercial technology for computer communication uses […]

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New Social Network Nusiki for Music Lovers. Music is mostly a social experience. I mean listening to music alone is great but listening with a group of friends is better. Sharing your favorite music with your friends has always been part of the human experience of music.

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The Internet of Things May Not Require Batteries or Any External Power Source. Almost everything cool and electronic these day, requires batteries to make them do what they do, right? I mean you can use a solar powered battery charger to charge them so as not to add to global climate change but in the […]

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A Remote Sleep Sensor from Samsung. As you get older it seems that your need for sleep diminishes, at least that is how it has been for me. I have never really paid much attention to my sleep habits, going to bed when I am tired and waking up when I have to.

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Internet Browser Weaknesses can be Exploited by Hackers. It is estimated that internet and computer hacking is costing the global economy about $500 billion per year and impacting as many as 500,000 jobs in the process. Protecting yourself against hacking and computer identity theft is something that every company and individual must have some kind […]

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