Technology articles published in September 2012
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September 28, 2012
Rented Computers Caught Spying on Customers
Rent-to-Own Computer customers secretly photographed and spied upon by rental companies.
September 27, 2012
Web 2.0 Assists in Drug Rehab
Dealing with addition though the use of the internet.
September 26, 2012
New Wi-Fi Standard Changes the Home Networking Experience
The latest in Wi-Fi standards
September 24, 2012
Back to School Putting Demand on Home Networks
Kids are back to school and home networks are being tested
Iran Ready to Turn on the Internet
Iranian plans for a domestic firewalled version of the Internet are to come to fruition.
September 22, 2012
Iran Behind Cyber-Attacks on U.S. Banks
JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America have been repeatedly attacked over the last year as part of a campaign targeting the U.S.
September 21, 2012
Ways to Improve Your Home Wi-Fi Network for Optimal Entertainment
Ways to improve your router at home
September 20, 2012
Texting While Driving Needs Market-Driven Solution
Texting while driving, perhaps ATT is right, market-driven solutions are needed to stop the madness.
Up Your Game: Creating a Better Home Gaming Experience
Routers to help with your home gaming experience
September 19, 2012
Sticks and Stones, Nokia!
Why Nokia's balking on Twitter is not the best approach when fighting to keep the Windows Phone crown.
Six Reasons to Get iOS 6 Today
How to "Get a New iPhone" for Free
Plug and Play Your Way to Digital Entertainment for the Family
Plug and play technology for your home entertainment experience.
German Government Urges People to Stop Using Internet Explorer
The German government has urged citizens to stop using Internet Explorer in the wake of security problems.
Internet Archive Launches TV News Archive
The Internet Archive has launched a new service that makes previous news casts available to search, and a Netflix style borrowing service
I Sing The Body Electric
Our own bodies could become part of the digital landscape
September 17, 2012
E-book Discounts and Hope For The Future
A new pricing structure for e-books will affect the publishing world in unprecedented ways
Canon Announces EOS 6D, Full-frame DSLR with Cloud-Friendly Wireless, GPS
New EOS 6D offers full manual control over exposure and audio levels while recording video
September 16, 2012
SeeMail: A Picture Is Worth More Than a Thousand Words
SeeMail CEO, Ward Chandler tells us about his inspiration to add something extra to our pictures
September 15, 2012
Patent Wars: The Goose And The Golden Egg
Mobile technology patent disputes may have a chilling effect over the longer term.
Squarespace Releases their Developer Platform to the Public
Squarespace releases their Developer Platform Beta to the public after keeping it under wraps for more than a year.
September 14, 2012
iTunes 11: What New Features Are Available?
Besides the launch of iPhone 5, at the San Francisco Apple‘s event was presented the new version of iTunes, 11.
iPhone 5 Officially Revealed: Bigger Screen, Thinnier & LTE
It is finally here: iPhone 5 unveiled at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Human-Influenced Search - Interview with Blekko CTO, Greg Lindahl
Search engine provider Blekko is proving that a human element of involvement is necessary to ensure search data accuracy.
September 12, 2012
Pick a Revolution and Join It; Disrupts TechCrunch
See What Fuels Jessica Alba at TechCrunch Disrupt.
Casting Light on Dark Energy
unraveling the mystery of dark energy and the acceleration of the universe
Will Outage Hurt GoDaddy Where Activists Failed?
Will the annoyance users experienced Monday convince users to go elsewhere for their web hosting?
September 11, 2012
GoDaddy Hacked, or Just a Technical Glitch?
A person affiliated with the hacking group Anonymous takes credit for the outage, but a hack hasn't been confirmed
September 9, 2012
Filling the App Gap for Windows Phone
Winning iOS and Android users hinges on a few key apps and honest, transparent marketing.
September 7, 2012
A Touch of Madness Over Windows 8
Tech heads are very "touchy" about the Windows 8 UI
September 5, 2012
FBI Denies Agent was Hacked by AntiSec
The FBI denies the files released by hacker group AntiSec came from an FBI agent's computer
September 4, 2012
Travel Plans: Mobile Search or Apps?
What do people use more to make travel plans. Mobile search, or travel apps? Opinion is divided on the matter.
AntiSec Claims FBI is Tracking Apple Users
Hacker group AntiSec claims to have hacked an FBI laptop, revealing personal information of 12 million Apple users
September 3, 2012
Could Facebook Become an Online University?
Why Facebook could be an effective learning management system.
The Internet Needs Less Big Brother And More Concerned Mom
Time For Some Regulation Of How Companies Store Your Passwords
September 1, 2012
Twitter and Linux: The Open Source Marriage Made in Heaven
Twitter is powered not by a bloated, profit-driven technology, but rather by an open source system that has been painstakingly refined by people passionate about quality: Linux.