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Holy sh*t! Smart toilet hack attack!

"Information security firm Trustwave has reported a potential cyber-attack vector to a device you may have never expected the phrase "security vulnerability" would be applied (other than in reference to the end of a toilet paper roll, that is). In an advisory issued August 1, Trustwave warned of a Bluetooth security vulnerability in Inax's Satis automatic toilet. Functions of the Satis—including the raising and lowering of its lid and operation of its bidet and flushing nozzles—can be remotely controlled from an Android application called "My Satis" over a Bluetooth connection..."

 
 
 

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Seidio Smartphone ACTIVE Holster rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Seidio Smartphone ACTIVE Holster makes is easy to pop your phone in and out of. It's secure and comes with felt to protect the screen and the strong clip swivels to accommodate twisting. If you're in the market for a Smartphone holster, check this one out.


 

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The Seidio 3500mAh battery turns your smartphone into much more useful and reliable device. It's like you have a new phone! To complement the extra wide battery the cover and case fit perfectly. The case looks incredible and will protect the phone at the same time. Also, the desktop charging cradle is excellent as well. Seidio has many other products to offer as well.


 

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Don't bring your tablet to work!

"Smart devices mean you work longer hours. While many employees are leaning on companies to allow them to bring their own devices to work and let them run on a network, there are some damn fine reasons why they shouldn't. Companies are resisting letting employees plug their gear in, citing security problems, however those who have managed to squeeze a pound of flesh from those employees dumb enough to agree. According to the quarterly Mobile Workforce Report employees are working up to 20 additional hours per week unpaid as a result of bring your own device policies adopted by their firms.

Millennial Moms Don't Let Sex Get in the Way of Smartphone Use

"It's no secret that moms are a tech-savvy bunch, but you might be surprised to learn exactly how they’re using their digital devices. According to a new survey from Meredith’s Parents Network, young moms are staying digitally connected everywhere no matter where they are—and we mean everywhere. Meredith’s second Moms & Media survey, which questioned around 1,000 moms born between 1977 and 1994, found that 21 percent of mothers use their smartphones in the bathroom, while 12 percent admitted to using their phones during sex.

Are Next-Gen Computers Just Big Smartphones?

"The beta versions of Mac OS X (code-named Mountain Lion) and Windows 8 are now being tested worldwide, and although they are quite different from one another, they share one characteristic: Both take designs and features built for smartphones and tablets and tack them onto desktops and laptops. Does that mean that Apple and Microsoft believe that your computer is really just a big smartphone? And what do these new upgrades mean for IT?" - Read More

An Operating System to Run It All

"Apple and Google will soon have more than just each other to worry about in the race to provide the software for smart phones and tablets. Later this month, Intel will announce that its MeeGo operating system is ready to run devices including touch screen tablets and phones. MeeGo is a Linux-based, open source project created by merging Intel's Moblin and Nokia's Maemo operating system projects early this year." | more

2011 Is The Year of Dual-Core Superphones

"A few weeks ago we talked to some key people at Nvidia and we still have a few details to reveal from these talks. Tegra general manager Mike Rayfield told us that Nvidia strongly believes that we will see a new phone category in 2011. He calls them superphones." | more

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