Category: Technology

iPhone 6 Case - Yup, it's that damn big 0

iPhone 6 and Apple Watch Thoughts

#455057716 / gettyimages.com It’s that time of the year where Apple self-proclaims themselves the ushers of the next big thing. This year’s two big reveals at Apple’s September 2014 Special Event were the latest iteration of the game changing smartphone, the iPhone 6, and the much speculated about, Apple Watch or as the rumors called it, the iWatch. The iPhone comes out every year with some speed and power improvements and a barely distinguishable, at least to me, design case. Regardless of with Jony Ive says and no matter how nice they are to look at, they all still basically...

#FCCNetNeutrality discussion with FCC Chief Information Officer 1

#FCCNetNeutrality discussion with FCC Chief Information Officer

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New iWork for iOS X Mavericks seems to have Alzheimer’s 0

New iWork for iOS X Mavericks seems to have Alzheimer’s

The age of Os X Mavericks has begun. With the new operating system, Apple has updated or downgraded, depending on who you ask, their productivity suite, iWork. Apple citizens are not happy. The iWork suite of applications contains Pages for word processing and layout design, Numbers for spreadsheets, and Keynote for presentations. These applications competed directly with Microsoft’s Office for the attention of Apple desktop computer users. It’s iOS version battled it out in the smartphone arena. The desktop application hasn’t seen a major update since the release of iWork ’09. So the new release was a welcome announcement to...

The Privacy War is Deeper Than The Battle of Verizon 1

The Privacy War is Deeper Than The Battle of Verizon

It has come to light that the NSA, via a secret court order, is being handed the information on the calls of millions of people on the Verizon network. The order, signed by Judge Roger Vinson, compels Verizon to produce to the NSA electronic copies of “all call detail records or ‘telephony metadata’ created by Verizon for communications between the United States and abroad” or “wholly within the United States, including local telephone calls”. The order directs Verizon to “continue production on an ongoing daily basis thereafter for the duration of this order”. It specifies that the records to be...

Instagram Says They’re Listening Or Did They Just Get Caught? 1

Instagram Says They’re Listening Or Did They Just Get Caught?

Instagram unveiled their new Terms of Service on Monday that is set to take effect on January 16, 2013. Then the earth moved. Their new TOS gave them the rights to sell your filtered photos free of finagling a fair fee or asking your permission. (Points for alliteration?) Picture sharers were visibly upset, as seen in their Instagram photos. Ok that’s not true but they were mad and had good reason to be. Some or all of the Service may be supported by advertising revenue. To help us deliver interesting paid or sponsored content or promotions, you agree that a...