It’s a nut that they’ve never been able to crack. Facebook has long wanted to be the hub for everything local and that includes check-ins, but they have not been able to achieve the level of success that they would have expected. Foursquare still gets a much larger piece of that pie despite having a… Continue reading Why Facebook’s free Wifi play will actually work
A U.S. appeals court upheld a district court decision that Google’s collection of data from unencrypted Wi-Fi networks under its Street View program is not exempt from federal wiretap laws. Google’s data collection does not qualify for the exemption as data transmitted over a Wi-Fi network is not an electronic communication that is readily accessible… Continue reading Google loses appeal in Street View privacy lawsuit
As you read this, hackers everywhere are hard at work trying to obtain your personal information and steal your identity. It’s scary, but it’s also a common part of today’s online landscape. With cyber crime in mind, here are some new ways hackers are infiltrating your online world and taking what they want. Malware… Continue reading New ways hackers are stealing your identity
The reviews are rolling in. For the most part, they’re not good. Google may have laid a major egg with Google Glass by building a device that has such a limited set of realistic uses that one might be better off taping a GoPro camera to their cap and wearing a quality Bluetooth headset connected… Continue reading I’ll wait for Google Glass II (if it makes it that far)
New gadgets. We love them. They bring excitement donin the days leading up to their launch and they give us reasons to walk up to strangers and ask them questions in hopes that they’ll let us give them a try. The same will hold true for Google Glass when it’s released. People will love on… Continue reading 7 reasons why Google Glass will fail
AppleInsider has uncovered a patent filing that points to a flexible touchscreen watch design. If you don’t think this is the new rumored iWatch, you’re missing some brain cells. As we pointed out the other day, there are plenty of rumors and concept designs behind the device, but this is the first time we’ve seen… Continue reading Is this the iWatch patent?
Android is the strongest competitor of Apple iOS and has been giving a toughest time from the day first. Like the Android phones android app store is serving the tech savvy’s in the best possible way. It has been reported that the Android market has grabbed the shares of Apple iTunes. Most of the tech… Continue reading Jazz up your life with top Android paid apps
In today’s digital world, advancements in technology are constantly being developed and new gadgets are being placed on the market at a rapid pace. We have the ability to be online, while at home or on the go, and there have been several improvements made to the Internets speed over time. However, the way in… Continue reading Would the Instabridge app be successful in North America?
There was a time not too long ago when billion dollar purchases of tech companies didn’t happen all the time. There was a time not too long ago when billion dollar purchases were never done completely with cash. Those days are behind us with the latest billion dollar acquisition being happening with Cisco buying Meraki,… Continue reading Cisco buys Meraki for $1.2 billion
WiFi has changed the world. We are no longer locked into proximity to wall outlets. We’re not tied down by physical cords. We can roam our house, our area, our cities. We can go to coffee shops and book stores and connect very easily. It has been a wonderful bit of technological progress that has… Continue reading WiFi security facts and figures