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Boost smartphone storage thru external drive?
Posted:27/02/2015,09:20:08 PM by Clive Maxfield
I recently got an email from a reader named Abraham who posed an interesting question as follows: Hello Max, Happy New Year to you and thanks for all the information you send out to us. This is my first personal mail to you, although I have been your close and constant follower for a long tim....
Why IoT in the home is a security Frankenbeast
Posted:27/02/2015,09:04:41 PM by Bernard Cole
In a recently released study, Hewlett Packard's Fortity on Demand research team reports that the Internet of Things in the home is not just insecure, it is a Frankenbeast. In a blog commenting on the report Daniel Miessler, Principal Security Architect with Fortify on Demand wrote:   &....
What could be better than yellow wood?
Posted:23/02/2015,06:53:39 PM by Clive Maxfield
I don't care what my dear old mom thinks, I honestly don’t think I have attention deficit disorder (ADD), although... Ooh, shiny!   I'm sorry. Where were we? Oh yes, I remember. I'm quite happy with my own company, and on those rare occasions when I'm trapped somewhere....
My mobile device gets even more personal
Posted:20/02/2015,08:53:09 PM by eeLife
Although the term "smart phone" first appeared in print in 1995, describing AT&T's "PhoneWriter Communicator" as a "smart phone," it was the indomitable Steve Jobs who forcefed it into our vocabulary and consciousness 12 years later. "Smart phone" ha......
Lasers for area heating, really?
Posted:20/02/2015,08:21:33 PM by Bill Schweber
We tend to picture lasers, regardless of power rating, as highly focused, coherent light sources. After all, one of the virtues of the laser is that its beam doesn't spread, so it can be used for targeted illumination (such as scanner or rangefinder), or high-intensity localized heating (cutti....
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