Major League Baseball and the National Football League have submitted a “Friend of the Court” Brief asking the Supreme Court to take up the Aereo TV web service case. Both MLB and the NFL have threatened to take their broadcasts off free TV if Aereo wins.
It turns out the recent major Adobe account breach not only affected Adobe account passwords, but also gave the hackers access to user’s email addresses and other information. Thus, the hackers had information necessary to access bank accounts, accounts on social media sites, including Facebook and even garage door openers. Update – Facebook went so […]
Aaron Crouch writes in MakeUseOf: It’s one thing to use Evernote, but it’s entirely another thing to master Evernote. If you’re new to Evernote, I don’t want to come across like it’s something complicated – it’s not, in fact, it’s the complete opposite. But there is a lot to Evernote – more than most of […]
Evernote, the popular online note taking service, suffered a serious security breach on February 28th. Usernames, encrypted passwords and email address information were stolen from their site. As a result, Evernote has notified it’s users that it has forced a reset of all user account passwords on their site. I have an account with Evernote […]
This week’s “Tip of the Week” concerns annotation applications (apps). Annotation apps are programs created for IPad/Android/tablet computers that allow users to write notes and comments, highlight text and create bookmarks in PDF files. Some apps, like the full version of IAnnotatePDF, even allow for adding photos and voice recording files, where you can record […]
Five major ISPs have launched today the new “Copyright Alert System”. The system will notify users of any of these five ISPs when they have illegally downloaded copyrighted material (mainly music or videos). After the fifth infraction, a user will get a warning that a content owner may sue the user and request that the […]
In this AllThingsD article, the author notes that a lot of cloud services are not necessarily cheap in cost. The result is consumers are looking at “Personal cloud services” that are more affordable.
Yesterday at a press event in San Francisco, Dropbox, otherwise known to Steve Ballmer as that “fine little startup“, showed a new set of features for their users. A Dropbox representative at the press conference noted that Drobox is “…moving away from a file-system centric view to a more content-focused view,”
In today’s world of fast and portable mobile devices, which allow us to work away from the office, we can see an increasing risk of losing these expensive devices, and with them, our data. The possibility of losing a mobile device is a reality that all of us must deal with, since these can break […]