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NSA Can Access Computers via Radio Waves: Report

January 15, 2014
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According to a new report, the NSA can use internal and external hardware modifications to send data to and from computers over radio waves.

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Apples Rolls Out New Software Updates for Developers at WWDC14

Apples Rolls Out New Software Updates for Developers at WWDC14

TheStreet (June 2, 2014) — Apple introduced new operating system updates at the World Wide Developer's Conference in San Francisco, Yosemite and iOS8. OS X.X for laptops and desktop computers is now called "Yosemite". Updates to the platform allow devices to communicate more effectively with other Apple devices. This will help compete with Google Drive and Google Docs and will push users to stay within the Apple eco system. Apple's newest "employee" Dr. Dre made a cameo appearance by phone to help demonstrate how computers will be able to locate iPhone's within the home. This function will allow users to make and receive phone calls through their computers. iOS 8 for iPhones and iPads helps that process as well. But, there are also updates for sharing pictures and controlling home appliances, Home Kit, and making mobile devices more hands free in vehicles. Users will also be able to aggregate health information from all the apps they use in Health Kit. Sergio Quintana reports from San Francisco. Video provided by TheStreet
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Why Is Hulu Blocking Some U.S. Users From Viewing Content?

Why Is Hulu Blocking Some U.S. Users From Viewing Content?

Newsy (Apr. 26, 2014) — If you're using a VPN you won't be able to access Hulu, says TorrentFreak. The company is reportedly blocking access via VPN. Video provided by Newsy
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Chromecast Gains Pandora Support

Chromecast Gains Pandora Support

Newsy (Oct. 31, 2013) — Internet radio giant Pandora can now be streamed to television via Google's Chromecast.
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No Cellphone or Wi-Fi: Enter the Appalachian's Quietest Hamlet

No Cellphone or Wi-Fi: Enter the Appalachian's Quietest Hamlet

AFP (Nov. 13, 2014) — If you were to stop for gas in Green Bank, Virginia, forget about phoning home. Inhabited by around 150 silence-seekers, this remote town sits inside the mountainous US National Radio Quiet Zone, where electronic waves are banned. Duration: 02:47 Video provided by AFP
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