Monday, May 27, 2013

TTG -World Security Expo

  • World Security Expo
  • BYOD
  • Securing the Device or the data
  • New 2600 Movie – http://www.code2600.com/
  • HTML 5
  • Single Sign on
  • Identity Management Solutions
  • Working 40 Meters on HF
  • Ubuntu Phone / TV / Desktop / Server
  • Yahoo Board Approves a $1.1B Pricetag For Tumblr
  • Yahoo Pinkie-Swears It Won’t Ruin Tumblr
  • Yahoo Joins Growing List of Bidders For Hulu
  • Google Drops XMPP Support
  • Goodbye, Lotus 1-2-3
  • Fast and Furious 6 Released
  • Microsoft Unveils New Xbox
  • New Android malware intercepts incoming text messages, silently forwards them on to criminals
  • Apple fixes 41 iTunes security flaws, some more than a year old
  • Blueprints of Australia’s top spy agency headquarters stolen by Chinese hackers
  • Microsoft Spying in on Skype conversations
  • Twitter moving to two factor authentication
  • Chinese hackers who breached Google in 2010 gained access to thousands of surveillance orders
  • NYPD detective accused of hiring email hackers
  • Apple 1 breaks auction record, goes for $671,400
  • Google to build YouTube app for Windows Phone 8
  • Google Acquires Kite-Power Generator
  • FiOS User Finds Limit of ‘Unlimited’ Data Plan: 77 TB/Month
  • Google may build wireless networks in emerging markets, WSJ says
  • Flickr’s revamped site hit by performance problems
  • Foursquare partners with Gnip to sell check-in stream
  • Apple’s WWDC keynote scheduled for June 10
  • Broadcom unveils new 5G Wi-Fi chips for PCs, tablets, phones
  • Google set to upgrade its SSL certs
  • Should I buy a Mac or wait?
  • How do I set a location based reminder in Android?
  • Could I text with an iPod?
  • How could I create my own Roku channel?
  • How can I monetize a podcast?
  • How can I create videos with Apple iMac?
  • Is there a universal remote control to eliminate having several remotes?

Saturday, May 11, 2013

TTG - Star Trek

  • May 11th US Armed Forces Day
  • Star Trek
  • Pretty Good Privacy – Mailvelope or Safegmail
  • Downloadify Removed From Chrome Web Store
  • Hemlock Grove Pays Off For Netflixs
  • Washington Court Data Breach Exposes 160K SSNs
  • Eight Indicted in $45 Million ATM Heists
  • Microsoft to Patch IE Flaw, 9 Others Next Week
  • Google Has Aggressive Plans for Strong Authentication
  • Boston Replacing Microsoft Exchange With Google Apps
  • World of Warcraft Loses 1.3 Million Players in First Quarter of 2013
  • Microsoft May Acquire Nook Tablet Business From Barnes and Noble
  • The Onion Describes How the SEA Hacked Its Systems
  • Microsoft’s Most Profitable Mobile Operating System: Android
  • Tool Reveals iPad and iPhone User Locations
  • Name.com Resets All Passwords Following Security Breach
  • Adobe’s Creative Cloud Illustrates How the Cloud Costs You More
  • Facebook in talks to buy Israel’s Waze for up to $1 billion
  • AT&T launches new prepaid company AIO Wireless
  • Microsoft Mulling Nook Media LLC Purchase For $1 Billion
  • WWE partnering with Yahoo what that mean for YouTube
  • Yahoo reportedly looking to dump Microsoft search pact
  • Amazon cloud photos app hits iOS, syncs with camera roll
  • YouTube begins paid subscription pilot
  • FCC proposes freeing up more spectrum for in-flight Wi-Fi
  • What’s the best microphone for recording to the iPod Touch?
  • What Bluetooth headphones do you recommend? – Kinivo
  • What’s the best OS to run in BootCamp?
  • Can I migrate my contacts and e-mail from outlook 2007 to windows live?
  • How do I import blackberry contacts?
  • What’s the best place to start an internet radio station?
  • Is there a way to watch the NFL on the Roku?

Saturday, May 4, 2013

TTG - US Armed Forces Day

  • May 11th US Armed Forces Day
  • June 21 – 22 Field Day
  • Iron Man 3
  • Star Trek Trailer
  • Microsoft System Center To Prepare Your Environment For Cloud
  • Chinese Hackers Steal Info from top secret U.S military data
  • Bitcoin mining malware found in E-Sports Entertainment (ESEA) software
  • World’s most secure messaging service offers £10,000 if you crack it
  • Netflix loses 2000 titles
  • Sirius XM Channel Lineup Change
  • Google pays $31,336 bounty to hacker for reporting critical vulnerabilities in Chrome
  • The Pirate Bay co-founder charged for hacking and stealing money
  • Amazon Kindle Fire to go 10-inch
  • Spyware used by governments poses as Firefox, and Mozilla is angry
  • Google Now For The iPhone
  • Google Fiber Sparks Yet Another Gigabit Internet Service
  • YouTube users now watch 6 billion hours of videos a month
  • Netflix continues its original programming onslaught with ‘Orange is the New Black’ on July 11th
  • Check Those Check-ins: Foursquare To Start Selling Your Data
  • Barnes & Noble adds Google Play store to its tablets
  • Google adds remote desktop Hangouts to Google+
  • Blockbuster rolls out iOS app
  • Apple counting up to 50 billion App Store downloads
  • Facebook puts account security in the hands of your friends
  • Fedora 19 To Stop Masking Passwords
  • Staples Starts Selling 3-D Printer
  • Lenovo To Drop Iomega Brand On Joint EMC Products
  • Google bans Facebook and other self updating Android apps
  • How can I get my business undeleted from Google?
  • Is there a PC cleaner that will get rid of my viruses?
  • Should I buy a slingbox?
  • My favorite soap is now on hulu how can I watch it on my TV?
  • Do I need a SIM card for a Verizon phone?
  • Why does my computer shut down while playing games?
  • How do I get my iTunes music into Android?
  • How can I offline spotify?