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Not Your Parents' Phonebook Anymore 1Jun
2012

Not Your Parents' Phonebook Anymore

We recently discussed Facebook Privacy and how you might be sharing private information with more people than you really want to.  In a recent Mashable article it is pointed out that much of your...
Facebook Privacy Settings

Facebook Privacy Settings

25 May 2012
How much do you share on Facebook? Most people share photos, birthday wishes and random updates about their lives. Who is seeing these updates and posts? You might be surprised. If you are one of the 13 million...
How much do you share on Facebook? Most people share photos, birthday wishes and random updates about their lives. Who is seeing these updates and posts? You might be surprised. If you are one of the 13 million people who haven't touched their privacy settings; anyone can see what you post. 'Pretty harmless' you might think. However, think about if you are sharing vacation plans or even talking about going out shopping or running errands. This is good information for burglars to ...
The Second Screen

The Second Screen

7 May 2012
What do you do while watching TV? Sounds like a silly question. Some people read mail, pay bills, fold laundry or try to multitask something else they didn't have time to do earlier. Some people use this time to just...
What do you do while watching TV? Sounds like a silly question. Some people read mail, pay bills, fold laundry or try to multitask something else they didn't have time to do earlier. Some people use this time to just relax and don't do anything else. However, more and more people are setting in front of the TV with a laptop, iPad or other internet connected device; a "second screen."  A recent TechCrunch article highlights that 69% of tablet owners do exactly this. Social TV Do you use ...
Are you a WiFi family?

Are you a WiFi family?

18 April 2012
A recent TechCrunch article highlighted data from Strategy Analytics, stating that 61% of U.S. households have home WiFi networks. That same data shows us ahead of Mexico, Spain and India; but behind U.K., Germany and...
A recent TechCrunch article highlighted data from Strategy Analytics, stating that 61% of U.S. households have home WiFi networks. That same data shows us ahead of Mexico, Spain and India; but behind U.K., Germany and Canada.  Are you part of that 61 percent?   Have you set up a WiFi network in your home?  You haven't? It could be because you feel it is too hard to install; too hard to maintain; too expensive? No worries. Armstrong ZoomShare is easy. Enjoy ...
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