Apple never stole anything from Xerox: Video Proof

Tim Cook, Apple

Tim Cook, Apple

Apple haters have long attempted to smear Apple and Steve Jobs at very new announcement of the next generation of Apple Innovation. First was IBM with its now ridiculously inane statement that the world only needs 50 mainframe computers to satisfy all its needs, which was a direct jab at Apple’s deployment of the first commercial personal computer. A computer that went on to successfully invent and revolutionize personal computing. Continue reading Apple never stole anything from Xerox: Video Proof

iPhone 6 vs. iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus

iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus

Lets face it and be honest, the only competition for an iPhone is another iPhone. Seven years ago Apple invented the smartphone as we know it today. The media wen nuts with this new paradigm shifting, large screen, high usability device so much that they actually called then GeniusPhones to differentiate them from the 1980s style not so smart “smartphones” that were just feature phones with a pitifully tiny, nearly useless screen. Continue reading iPhone 6 vs. iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6 For Free? Maybe!

iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus

iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus

The great thing about building fantastic, high quality, products is that they retain their value. The iPhone is a great example of this with used iPhones for for 75% to 100% the price of a new iPhone so its worth your time you study various companies trade-in programs and the used smartphone market. Continue reading iPhone 6 For Free? Maybe!

iPhone 6 quietly features H.265 HEVC Support, Ahead of the rest of the world

iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus

iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus

Although the High Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC A.K.A. H.265) has not yet officially been released as the next generation video standard for computer and Internet use, Apple appears to have already included H.265 support in the yet to be released iPhone 6.  Continue reading iPhone 6 quietly features H.265 HEVC Support, Ahead of the rest of the world

Google Hacked, 5 Million passwords stolen

Google Don't Be Evil

Google Don’t Be Evil

“Google Hacked, 5 Million passwords stolen” should be the headline that the media should be splattering all over the news today, yet but for a few specialized computer news sites, there is not a peep. Is not it interesting that when less than a hundred celebrities allowed their personal pictures to get out to the public, through their own poor security practices, that the media goes crazy (and falsely insinuates that there was a security hold in iCloud, there wasn’t) yet when 5 Million ordinary, non-celebrities have their accounts compromised, the media does not say word about it. They now call this “ChurnalismContinue reading Google Hacked, 5 Million passwords stolen

Amazon Fire phone fails, Amazon tries to give them away almost for free, no takers

Amazon

Amazon

Amazon announced today that its failed Amazon Fire phone, now know as the Amazon Fizzle and the Amazon Flop, is now available for 99 cents with a two years commitment on the AT&T network. Sales have been so abysmally poor that Amazon is essentially giving the phone away for free and is including $99 (one year) of Amazon Prime to make the fizzle phone less distasteful. Continue reading Amazon Fire phone fails, Amazon tries to give them away almost for free, no takers

iCloud is perfectly safe, Media unjustly trying to crucify Apple, once again

iCloud

iCloud

The recent and unfortunate revelation that many celebrities have had their personal photos exposed and disseminated on hackers sites has resulted in an unjust and undeserved media attack on Apple’s iCloud, so its time to set the record straight. First: Apple’s security was not compromised, they have made their statement to the FBI, the FBI is investigating and no corporate executive is stupid enough to lie to the FBI in a high profile public investigation. So from this we can safely conclude that iCloud really was not compromised. Now on to what happened and how the media is getting the story all wrong and taking you for a ride. Continue reading iCloud is perfectly safe, Media unjustly trying to crucify Apple, once again

Easy way to make Safe, Strong and Secure Passwords

NSA by EFF

NSA by EFF

Once again the news media is going nuts with another report of a major corporation being hacked and consumer information being stolen, which naturally triggers a reaction in us to worry about our passwords. Its traditionally been a painful process to come up with stronger passwords but it turns out that most people are getting por quality advice. It actually is possible to create and remember a very strong password that is strong and hard to be hacked. Here is how to do it easily. Continue reading Easy way to make Safe, Strong and Secure Passwords

iPhone Field Strength Mode; Easy And Informative

iPhone Signal Strength

iPhone Signal Strength

Its very useful to know the exact signal strength from the local cell tower when you experience call dropouts or other quality problems, this is easily done by simply putting your iPhone into Field Test Mode. Continue reading iPhone Field Strength Mode; Easy And Informative

Droid fragmentation visually represented, mind blown

Android Malware

Android Malware

There are so many different Droid phones and tablets, each running a custom and more importantly, incompatible, version of Google’s Android operating system that there is an official name for it: fragmendroid”. The is a very important concept to understand because these devices do not receive security or operating system updates past the first month or two of sales (if at all), making most if not all their customers insecure again hacker attacks and identity theft. Considering that Droid comprises 99% of all mobile malware, Droid owners have a target on their back with little to no chance of getting a security update from anyone. Continue reading Droid fragmentation visually represented, mind blown

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