Sunday, August 18, 2013

TTG - Instant Gratification Era

  • Benzo Plans change newspaper industry with targeted news
  • Recycling Bins Track Passing People via Wi-Fi
  • Targeted Marketing and Content Google and Twit Network
  • Instant Gratification Era
  • Social Networking Changing Local News Showing
  • Hurricane Sandy Spotters with Twitter Feeds and Cameras
  • Women having baby in hospital news site just played security video
  • Politicians years from now not going to keep everything private
  • HTC Features Robert Downey Jr. in Bizarre New Ad Campaign
  • The Pirate Bay Celebrates Its 10th Birthday With New Web Browser
  • Yahoo to Pay Tumblr’s David Karp $81 Million to Stay for 4 Years
  • 1/3 of ‘Pirate Bay’ Traffic Comes From the U.S.
  • Next iPhone to Be Unveiled Sept. 10, Report Says
  • AOL to Lay Off Hundreds of Patch Employees Next Week
  • Google Play Books for iOS Now Rents Textbooks
  • BlackBerry Rises on Report Company May Go Private
  • Rdio Introduces Personalized Stations
  • Former Microsoft Exec Dies in Connecticut Plane Crash
  • Zuckerberg Among Donors to Christie, Booker’s Campaigns
  • Microsoft Is Working On a Cloud Operating System For the US Government
  • SoundCloud and Google+ Team Up for Embedded Posts
  • Linus Torvalds Celebrates 20 Years of Windows 3.11 With Linux 3.11-rc5 Launch
  • BlackBerry Has Sought Buyers Since 2012
  • BlackBerry Officially Open To Sale
  • All Bitcoin Wallets On Android Vulnerable To Theft
  • Senate Opens Bitcoin Investigation
  • Lenovo Ships More Mobile Devices Than PCs for First Time
  • Facebook Testing PayPal Rival for Mobile App Purchases
  • Google+ Updates Android App With New Location, Photo Features
  • WWE Unveils Social Hub, Google Glass Integration for SummerSlam
  • YouTube Debuts New Windows Phone App After Microsoft-Google Battle
  • Google’s Position on Email Privacy Misrepresented by Media Reports
  • The New York Times’ website and iOS apps
  • Baby monitors get hacked
  • Terrorist using encrypted message boards and chatrooms for planning
  • Apple Stock Hits $500 for First Time in More Than 6 Months
  • Windows 8.1 Update Ready for Download on Oct. 17
  • Apple Acquires Video Discovery Service Matcha.tv
  • AOL CEO Apologizes for Firing Patch Exec in Front of Hundreds of Employees
  • VMware CEO: OpenStack Is Not For the Enterprise
  • Cisco Slashes 4,000 Jobs
  • Amazon Reports $7 Million Net Loss in Q2, Stock Falls Below $300
  • Samsung’s Smart Watch Coming Sept. 4
  • Zynga CEO Shakes Up Management
  • What are the best alternatives to Adobe Creative Cloud?
  • Should I used unix or linux for my web and email server?
  • How can I listen to my iPod in the car with no auxiliary jack?
  • What is ransomware?

Sunday, August 11, 2013

TTG - Homes for Hackers

  • Homes for Hackers
  • 2600 Magazine
  • Will Smith Not in New Independence Day 2
  • WikiLeak Movie
  • Uneasy feeling at Defcon over spot the fed t-shirts exc
  • Shark Week On Discovery Channel Balloon for top view of shark jump matrix style camera
  • Jeff Benzo Buys Washington Post
  • Apple to Replace USB Power Adapters
  • WWE crowns ‘Hack-a-thon’ winner
  • Inside Google Ventures’ Open Source Product Design Process
  • YouTube Adds Play Icon To Page Titles To Show Which Tabs Are Making Noise
  • Microsoft Cuts Surface Pro Price By $100
  • New York Times Sells Boston Globe At 93% Loss
  • Spotify Browse Brings Themed Playlists to Your Smartphone
  • Google Adds Touch Controls to Chrome Browser Test Build
  • Hulu Debuts Original Comedy Western Series ‘Quick Draw’
  • Kickstarter Officially Opens in Canada
  • SimCity Coming to Mac Aug. 29
  • Samsung to Unveil Galaxy Note 3 on Sept. 4
  • Facebook Hires First Chief Marketing Officer
  • LinkedIn Lets You Apply for Jobs on Your Phone
  • Obama Administration Vetoes Import Ban on Select Apple Devices
  • HP LaserJet Pro Printers remotely exploitable to gain unauthorized access to Wi-Fi and Printer Data
  • Microsoft’s Social network Yammer vulnerable to OAuth Bypass hack
  • Vulnerability found in Apple’s iOS can hide malicious code inside apps
  • Firefox 23 Arrives With New Logo, Mixed Content Blocker, and Network Monitor
  • TOR Wants You To Stop Using Windows, Disable JavaScript
  • Twitter a driver for television ratings, study finds
  • Facebook: Here’s How Your News Feed Works
  • Wikipedia Editor Traced to U.S. Senate Changes Snowden’s Bio to ‘Traitor’
  • Forensic Experts Poke Holes in Snapchat and Facebook
  • Yahoo to Debut New Logo After 30 Days of Runners-Up
  • Microsoft Files Patent for Augmented Reality Gaming Glasses
  • AOL Acquires Adap.tv for $405 Million to Boost Video Ad Revenue
  • YouTube’s Founders Challenge Vine and Instagram with New Video App
  • Prescription Packaging Alerts You When Meds Expire
  • What would be the best smartphone for a Linux geek?
  • Why are eBooks so terribly laid out?
  • Do I have any choices for Internet other than cable?
  • How can I get LinkedIn to stop spamming me?
  • How can I keep my unlimited data plan?
  • How can I turn off Google Voice?

Sunday, August 4, 2013

TTG - Chromecast Part2

  • More On Chromecast
  • Apple Eco System why people don’t want move Android
  • Apple TV buying videos rather than renting or streaming
  • Roku different design then Apple TV model
  • Apple hardware venter Droid and Kindle make money on using device
  • Getting away from physical media not letting you share movies unless you give password account
  • Apple Not Upgrading ipad mini till next year but maybe rentra display this year
  • Android Multi User Where iPad does not allow multu user accounts
  • Netflix received 14 Emmy nominations this year for their two original series, “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development.”
  • Companies selling vms get away from appliances
  • Wii Outselling Wii U, Only 160,000 Units Shipped Last Quarter
  • Early Surface Sales Pitiful
  • Asus CEO On Windows RT: “We’re Out.”
  • Obama Praises Amazon At One of Its Controversial Warehouses
  • Sad Day In FarmVille: Facebook’s New Game Developer Program Could Troub
  • Microsoft debuts Office Mobile app for Android smartphones
  • Microsoft relinquishes SkyDrive brand
  • At Starbucks, AT&T is out and Google is in for Wi-Fi
  • HP launches Android-based SlateBook ‘PC’
  • HBO on Chromecast to make ‘Game of Thrones’ more portable?
  • RADIO’S ART BELL RETURNING WITH SIRIUS XM SHOW
  • Former Mozilla CEO to head security-software maker AVG
  • Pinterest adds animated pinning shortcut to iOS app
  • Foursquare Selling Its Location Data Through Ad Targeting Firm Turn
  • Military judge finds Manning guilty of most charges
  • Amazon Aims for Kids With Five Additional Pilot Orders
  • Zynga reportedly lost three top execs this month
  • Netflix subscribers still watching just as much TV
  • Michael Dell plans to stay with company if his buyout bid fails
  • Adobe Buys Satellite For Tag Management Technology, Makes Deeper Move Into Marketing And Ad Tech
  • Cisco To Acquire Sourcefire For $2.7 Billion
  • Apple iPhones and iPads vulnerable to hacking via malicious Chargers
  • Google Starts Upgrading Its SSL Certificates To 2048-bit Keys
  • FreeBSD, Ubuntu Offer Same NVIDIA OpenGL Support As Windows
  • How Do I Disable Java in All Your Web Browsers at Once?
  • What free antivirus should I use on my Android phone?
  • Why is my battery life so bad on the Galaxy S3?
  • How can I root my Android Phone?
  • How can I partition my hard drive partition and keep windows and linux?
  • How can I duel boot my mac so I have mac and windows and linux?