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  • Drones, Privacy: Legislative Issues Reflect Changing Times

    Drones, Privacy: Legislative Issues Reflect Changing Times
    HARTFORD — The coming legislative session is likely to be dominated by the usual fights over taxes and spending. But lawmakers are also poised to ponder other issues that reflect changes in the social fabric propelled by technology. From...
  • App review: 'Flic' away those blurry photos

    Ever scramble to snap a photo and realize your iPhone has no space for it? If photo storage is a constant struggle for you, too, consider Flic.It's quicker than deleting, and more fun, too, so you're more likely (maybe) to keep up with pruning your...
  • A sequel, you say? How about 'Frozen Hunger Left Behind Girl'?

    I don't know about you, but I like to plan. Forget those yearly planners. Those are for amateurs. Mine stretches out to the end of the decade. When my wife asks if I can do something about the ants swarming the kitchen, I open my book, flip through its...
  • The power and the danger of email! (just ask Sony execs!)

    "COMMON sense is not so common," said Voltaire. I KNOW I shouldn't be, but I continue to be astounded by what people at the highest levels of various business -- and just plain folks -- put into emails, on Facebook, iPhone, iCloud, Twitter, Instagram and...
  • Stockton police: Man keeps taking selfies on stolen iPhone

    Stockton police: Man keeps taking selfies on stolen iPhone
    Will one man's selfies turn into potential mugshots? Stockton police say they are looking for an alleged cellphone thief who has been taking photos of himself that keep appearing on the victim's iCloud storage. The victim told police his car was...
  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg speaks Chinese in Beijing visit

    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg speaks Chinese in Beijing visit
    Facebook has been blocked by Chinese authorities for over five years, but company founder Mark Zuckerberg appears to be on a new charm offensive to crack the massive market. In a move that has sent tongues wagging across China and around the globe,...
  • Apple dice que mantuvo conversaciones "muy abiertas" sobre privacidad con China: Xinhua

    Apple dice que mantuvo conversaciones "muy abiertas" sobre privacidad con China: Xinhua
    El presidente ejecutivo de Apple, Tim Cook, dijo el viernes que mantuvo conversaciones "muy abiertas" sobre privacidad y seguridad con funcionaros chinos, según una entrevista difundida por la agencia oficial Xinhua. Las declaraciones llegan sólo días...
  • Kardashian's nude photos expose her value system — and nobody else's

    Kardashian's nude photos expose her value system — and nobody else's
    Kim Kardashian can do whatever she wants with her own derriere. She can allow it to be photographed and Photoshopped. She can take pride in it and profit from it and predict that the mere sight of it unclothed will #BreakTheInternet. What she can't do...
  • China-backed hackers target Apple's iCloud users: blog

    China-backed hackers target Apple's iCloud users: blog
    Apple Inc's iCloud storage service in China was attacked by hackers trying to steal user credentials, a Chinese web monitoring group said, adding that it believes the Beijing government is behind the campaign. Using what is called a "man-in-the-middle"...
  • When sexting becomes a crime

    When sexting becomes a crime
    This will make me sound old, but I'm going to say it. In a million years — in 2 million years — I would never stick a camera down my pants to take a picture. So I will never get this sexting craze. I can't empathize with a teenage girl...
  • Apple's data collection raises privacy complaints

    Apple's data collection raises privacy complaints
    Apple has begun automatically collecting the locations of users and the queries they type when searching for files with the newest Mac operating system, a function that has provoked backlash for a company that portrays itself as a leader on privacy. The...