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14Aug2018

Tech Preps for Trips

For all the acclaim that Israel gets for technology, I was shocked at how slow the wi-fi service was while we visited there. With all the advanced security systems in place and all the tech startups and established R&D places there, I was expecting blazing internet service. Instead, I found internet service was based on
  • 14 Aug, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, Apple, iPhone, online safety, risk management,
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13Mar2018

Managing Storage on Your Devices

It doesn’t get more disappointing than to get a message that you can’t shoot a photo or video because your storage is full. Don’t let a storage shortage limit your ability to capture those memorable vacation moments. You can get the storage you need, and the sooner you do it, the better off you’ll be.
  • 13 Mar, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, Droid, iPad Pro, iPhone, iPod, iwatch, managing storage, nexus, Samsung Galaxy,
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13Feb2018

Security Not Top-of-Mind at CES

It’s fair to say I was disappointed when talking to IoT device manufacturers at CES in Las Vegas last month. Security was not the big thing on their minds. And except for a TV screen that you can roll up like paper (which I couldn’t see at the show), there wasn’t anything I wanted to
  • 13 Feb, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • 5G, AI, Alexa, Android, Apple, autonomous vehicles, Bigsby, CES, In-car systems, IoT, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony,
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09Jan2018

Managing Assistants

Alexa, Google Home, Siri and Cortana are online assistants who can help you get information and even order products without you ever having to tap a screen or look at one. They are a convenience, but they also raise privacy and security issues. Siri (Apple) and Cortana (Microsoft) are associated with devices, such as phones,
  • 9 Jan, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, Apple, cybercrime, cybersecurity, data security, iPhone, privacy, risk management, smartphone,
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14Nov2017

‘KRACKing’ Your Wi-Fi Network

KRACK is an ominously named crypto attack that exploits a flaw in the process of connecting a device and a Wi-Fi network. By allowing network access without the password, effectively it opens up the possibility of exposing credit card information, passwords, and practically any other data on your device. Here’s how to protect yourself –
  • 14 Nov, 2017
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, Apple, cybercrime, Linix, Microsoft, online safety, OpenBSD, privacy, security, upgrade,
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28Mar2017

Cybersecurity Scorecard

Cybersecurity has dominated our conversation for the past year, and a report from SonicWall, which provides security tools worldwide for networks to email and everything in between, shows where we’re making progress and where new threats lie. First, the good news. In data gathered in the past year from the SonicWall Global Response Intelligent Defense
  • 28 Mar, 2017
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, cybercrime, cybersecurity, data security, exploit, exploits, Google, GRID, IoT, Malware, risk management, SonicWall, ssl, ttl,
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14Mar2017

Your Next Mobile Phone is All About the Apps

If you’re in the market for a new mobile phone, it won’t be a Windows phone. With Windows 10 as the operating system for less than 1 percent of the mobile market, Microsoft is killing its mobile phone. It’s all about the apps – more specifically about app developers. With Android and Apple accounting for
  • 14 Mar, 2017
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, Apple, Galaxy S8, iPhone, iPhone 8, Microsoft, mobile apps, mobile phones, Samsung,
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14Mar2017

Nomorobo = No More Robo Calls? We Hope It Adds Up

If you’re tired of robo calls and caught in the web of spoofed telephone numbers, Nomorobo might be the app for you. It is for us. It’s one product to help you manage your telephone. For most of us, robocalls are a major annoyance. Even when you don’t pick up the phone, they ring and
  • 14 Mar, 2017
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, CTIA, FCC, IOS, iPhone, robo calls, security, spoofing,
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09Aug2016

Travel: To Disconnect or Not Disconnect?

A trip is a great time to disconnect from the connected world and all of its stressful situations. However, there may be times when being disconnected can be extremely stressful. Fortunately, you can customize technology to fit your level of need and comfort. Although I consider myself a very connected person, there are times when
  • 9 Aug, 2016
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, connected or not, iPhone, smartphone, travel, travel safety,
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08Dec2015

iPad Pro and the Tech Transformation

Our new iPad Pro is a great device. We love it for what it does – and maybe for the technology transformation that it and other tablets are ushering in. We can see the iPad Pro and other large tablets edging closer to replacing laptop and notebook computers for some people. If your primary use
  • 8 Dec, 2015
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, Apple, iPad, iPad Pro, Microsoft, new hardware, Samsung, smartphone, tablet,
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