Hi there! My name is Bob. Zee Bob! I am here to teach you about
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Mostly Internet technologies and tech stuff. These are my passions.
Besides chess, of course...
Tech news snippets
Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries
I've got a confession to make: I love my smartphone. Yes, I know, you love your smartphone as well. There's nothing unusual about it, right?
But I've got another confession to make: I hate my phone's battery from the bottom of my heart! I've got a smartphone with a big screen, because my eyes aren't getting any younger. In addition to this, I like to see a lot of info at once, rather than switching lots of tabs all day long...
Samsung's Flip Phone: hit or miss?
Some companies have visionary leaders. And Dell is a great example! I can still remember Dell Streak, which was launched in 2010.
It was a great phone, packing a 5-inch 480x800 pixels screen (a huge resolution back then) and a 5-megapixel camera that was also able to shoot videos in 720p mode. These two fantastic hardware components were nicely complemented by 512 of RAM and an impressive (for the time) 1,530 mAh battery.
The Dangers of Free Wi-Fi
Norton has just released a security report which highlights some of the biggest problems that can arise from using a free, open Internet connection. It's a report that discusses the results of an online survey that was run in 15 countries, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, United Kingdom and the USA.
Often times, people use public Wi-Fi to check their bank accounts, access personal information or read emails. It is important to understand that all these actions are dangerous, because your user names and passwords can be easily read by bad people who are connected to the same network.
Hackers use their laptops to monitor the data that travels across the network. And with the right Wi-Fi amplifiers, cable adapters and antennas, they could spy on you from miles away!
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