Monthly Archives: November 2011

Do you trust the government’s emergency communications systems?

Maybe you should not. A cellphone service that is supposed to grant priority to emergency government and public safety calls failed during the August earthquake that rocked the East Coast, a Homeland Security Department Official said Monday. Read all about … Continue reading

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Attention Passengers: Please power down all electronic devices!

Really, why? Answer: No Reason. You would be smarter to power down before getting behind the driver seat of a car, than you would powering down when on an aircraft. Read more here.

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The 5 Most OFFENSIVE Mobile Apps for 2011

Some mobile applications seem to go out of their way to outrage consumers, relying on shock value to generate attention and drive downloads–some have gone so far overboard that consumers and activist groups have successfully campaigned for their expulsion from … Continue reading

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New Droid Phones from Verizon Wireless!

Maybe they will be here before Santa arrives. Check it out here.

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Your Government is making Android Apps!

Well, that was the good news. The bad news is the government spent over $200,000 for something that should have cost under $1000. And after it all,…..STINKS! Read all about it here at BetaBeat.

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Is your computer password in the Top 25 Worst?

Maybe it is! Check it out here from the HuffPo.

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Twitter is quietely building a huge business.

Read all about it here.

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