Tips On How To Effectively Use Your Ipad

Tips On How To Effectively Use Your Ipad

It’s truly amazing how much technology has came about in the past few years. At one point, computers were so big that they could not fit into a room. Now, your cell phone allows you to use the Internet, showing just how far technology has come. The iPad has advanced as well, and the tips in this article will help you access all this gadget offers.

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December 5, 2012

How a Cell Phone Busted a Hacker


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The FBI tracked down Higinio Ochoa using geo-tagged photos, following the clues left by embedded data.



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April 29, 2012

How to Insure the Safety of Children with Android Spy Software

How to Insure the Safety of Children with Android Spy Software

Like many types of technology including “Nanny Cams”, Android Spy Software can be used to keep your children from the many threats they may face in the real world.  Just like other security measures though, cell phone spy applications should be employed by parents with the respect of their kids’ privacy in mind.  Because when leveraged effectively, Android Spy Software and similar tools can keep all of your children safe on their cell phones or smart phones, without overtly snooping on them.  Here’s how to insure your children’s safety using cell phone spy applications in a way that should keep everyone happy and secure:

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February 25, 2012

Study Shoots Holes In AT&T’s Reasons for Throttling


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A company that helps consumers pick cell phone plans pored over 55,000 wireless bills, finding that customers targeted for throttling aren’t necessarily data hogs.



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February 25, 2012

FTC Evaluates Mobile Payment Tools


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A workshop will examine the security and feasibility of making payments on the fly via cell phone.



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January 28, 2012

FTC Evauates Mobile Payment Tools


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A workshop will examine the security and feasibility of making payments on the fly via cell phone.



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January 28, 2012

Send Google Calendar Alerts to Any Cell Phone


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Jonah Langlieb asked how to send Google Calendar notifications to any cell phone.



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December 29, 2011

Tech Trends You’ll See in 2012


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From data-only cell phone plans to HTML 5, these ten advancements are ready to go mainstream in the year to come.



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December 29, 2011

The Part concept merges tablet and phone

The Part concept merges tablet and phone

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We love this design concept from trio Eunha Seo, Junse Kim and Yonggu Do, which merges a cell phone and a tablet into one in the form of The Part.

Why buy two devices when you could have both together anyway?!

[Via Yanko Design]

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October 25, 2011

Which is more likely to survive a bad drop, iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S II?

Which is more likely to survive a bad drop, iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S II?

Apple offers a pretty good protection plan for iPhone 4S. AppleCare+ adds a second year of standard warranty coverage and phone replacement for $49 — all for $99 at point of purchase. Do you need it? For that matter, if you like me chose Galaxy S II instead, do you need AT&T’s $9.99/month insurance, which offers phone replacement for $125? Or if on another carrier, the insurance they offer? I’ve wondered. Haven’t you?

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October 18, 2011