Women in Technology – Warning: Snark, sarcasm, and scorn ahead!
By: Marti M - 23 July 2014 - 0 Comments

At the beginning of July, Business Insider posted their “22 Of the Most Powerful Women Engineers in The World.” These women include 1 President, 1 CEO, 1 CTO, 4 VPs from companies like LinkedIn,

Let Verizon Collect Your Anonymous Data And Earn “Smart Rewards”
By: Walter Smyth - 22 July 2014 - 3 Comments

If you have been living your life under the impression that your data is not in some way being collected (hopefully anonymously) by data carriers then you must be in a peaceful bliss in

Bill Gates Getting Flack Over Immigration Op-Ed Article
By: Walter Smyth - 22 July 2014 - 1 Comment

G-Zillionaire Billy Gates is catching some flack over an Op-Ed article he co-wrote on immigration where he is calling for more visas for skilled tech workers at the same time that Microsoft is laying

CNET You’re Killing Me!
By: Walter Smyth - 21 July 2014 - 2 Comments

Landed on a CNET article which my modest mini-computer struggled to load, posted a pretty good comment, browser crashes. Argh. Two gigs of ram just ain’t enough to read a blog article anymore. Their

Apple ID Email Scam Making The Rounds Again
By: Walter Smyth - 21 July 2014 - 0 Comments

For everyone who has an Apple ID, beware emails like this one I got this morning. If you get one, delete it (or if you have Gmail, report for phishing). Know how to detect

Have You Noticed Mobility Digest’s Twitter Feed Lately?
By: Doug Smith - 14 July 2014 - 0 Comments

If you are looking for more Mobility Digest content please check our Twitter feed that we have been working hard on. There you will find a lot more content than what gets published to

Apple’s iPad Could Be Behind Your Rash
By: Walter Smyth - 14 July 2014 - 0 Comments

If you have been suffering from an unexplained rash lately and cannot pinpoint where it came from then you might try looking at your Apple iPad. As it turns out the iPad’s outer coating

Puerto Rican Student Brings WebP to Windows RT 8.1
By: Doug Simmons - 06 July 2014 - 0 Comments

Harold Martinez, a young man who attends the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon and is versed in C#, Java and C to name a few, declared victory in bringing WebP, the most powerful

Five Ways Smartphones Embody Indepedence Day
By: Murani Lewis - 04 July 2014 - 0 Comments

#1 Getting Things That Matter Done, Wherever I Am Having a smartphone that can act as my official note taker is worth its weight in gold (or any other valuable metal of your choosing).

Folks Locking Down Wifi
By: Doug Simmons - 04 July 2014 - 0 Comments

Check out this chart from wigle.net which plots out the portions of wifi networks from a lot (143 million hotspots and counting) of crowdsourced data. It shows various degrees of encryption, or lack thereof,