Brave new world: Smartphones a threat to US...
YOU know youre living in a brave new world when the Pentagon is more concerned about the smartphone in your pocket than biological weapons. The Pentagon’s research department known as DARPA said that portable computing devices like the iPhone, iPads and Android phones pose a real and present danger to the US military. “Computing, imaging and communications capabilities that, as recently as 15...
The World’s Most Connected City
In an increasingly globalized world, more and more people are finding themselves connected to the Internet, thanks to Wi-Fi technology or Wireless Fidelity which offers convenient access to cyberspace sans messy and limiting cables. The release of Wi-Fi-ready gadgets, especially mobile devices, are slowly transforming the way people live. This lifestyle shift is further compounded by the success...
Every day, rival nations, criminal syndicates and maybe even terrorists probe...– U.S. senators: No time to lose on strengthening cybersecurity | Security - CNET News (via infoneer-pulse)
iPad 3 Predictions: Wired Handicaps Apple’s Grand... →
On March 7, Wednesday, Apple will unveil the latest Ipad in their series of super smart tablet computers. Read what the experts are predicting to be possible features and specs from the Ipad 3 (if it is indeed named, the iPad 3).
30 Ways To Make Money Online
Do you want to make money online? Well, here are 30 of the most common ways to earn some much-needed cash online. 1. Blogging is perhaps the most popular way of making money online. It’s an attractive platform to get extra cash just by being yourself or expressing things you like. 2. PPC or a Pay Per Click program is the most commonly used method employed by bloggers in their sites. Basically,...
Loophole means your iPhone photos are up for grabs... →
SAN FRANCISCO: The private photos on your phone may not be as private as you think. Developers of applications for Apple’s mobile devices, along with Apple itself, came under scrutiny this month after reports that some apps were taking people’s address book information without their knowledge. As it turns out, address books are not the only things up for grabs.
Outdoors: High-tech angler turns military training... →
Jamey Caldwell’s job as a full-time Army soldier often doesn’t leave enough preparation time for his other passion - professional angler. So Caldwell has turned to technology originally developed for military use in order to keep pace with his fishing competitors. The 37-year-old sergeant major assigned to the U.S. Army Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg utilizes satellite...
6 Vital SEO skills for an SEO provider
The Internet marketplace today demands a definite skillset from search engine optimizers who want to succeed. Should SEO service agencies restrict themselves to rendering only SEO services or should they broad base themselves into other related Internet marketing areas too?The timestoday predict that an SEO company should integrate all kinds of digital marketing which includes both on and off-page...
Ready for a space tour? →
Are you already bored of touring historical places? Tired of having expensive Caribbean cruise? Do exotic islands automatically make you yawn? If they do, it’s time for you to go on a space tour and discover the FINAL FRONTIER!
Undersea telecom cable cut may slow down Internet
DUBAI: A second underwater telecommunication cable cut in less than three months and possible degradation of Internet services were reported by du, the second telecommunication provider in the UAE. This time, the underwater cable link between Dubai and Oman was cut due to unexplained reasons at 7.45am on Monday, du said.Internet disruptions were not so far reported in the UAE due to the cable...