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The Future of Storage?

June 12, 2014 Leave a comment

An interesting article on a potential future for storage technology.  Includes references to a new type of memory.

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9249045/HP_says_39_The_Machine_39_will_supercharge_Android_phones_to_100TB

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Protect Yourself From Google Glass

June 25, 2013 Leave a comment

Check this link for some really geeky glasses.  They’re being developed to protect people against facial recognition deployed in Google Glass and other technology.  Reminds me a little bit of Minority Report.

It’s ironic that someone who thinks Google Glass is too goofy to wear in public may be required to wear something like this to protect themselves from Google Glass.

Win $800,000 Writing Software for S4

May 20, 2013 Leave a comment

Security Threats to your Phone

April 5, 2013 Leave a comment

This one is aimed at Android.  Read on to see what kinds of things to watch out for on your device.  As we increase our usage of mobile computing for convenience items such as banking and authentication, these types of threats will become more common.

http://www.scmagazineuk.com/dell-secureworks-becomes-latest-to-warn-about-android-malware/article/287452/

Project Ophelia – Mobile Computing as a Component

February 2, 2013 Leave a comment

Dell seems to be working on a new type of “cloud” device.  Project Ophelia is described in the provided link.  Basically, it’s a small thin-client type of computer that’s the size of a large thumb-drive.

It will be interesting to see if the market will accept Ophelia.  Maybe there’s a window for her now?  Anyone remember Black Dog?  Let’s hope Dell pushes this project long enough for it to get some traction.  I, for one, would like to see what can be done with something like this.

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9 Reasons You Must Get Dropbox

December 28, 2012 1 comment

If you haven’t heard of Dropbox you’re missing out on one of the best things to hit computing in the last decade.  It’s a cornucopia of digital goodness.  And it’s free.  Here’s a list of things it can do for you. Read more…