InfoManager : Wearable Technology news, views and reviews 1407-14

The next horizon is technology that you wear — and it’s going to be big! Really big! Wearable technology will probably make phones, tablets and maybe even computers! But when the big news is rolling, the InfoManager will be there :

  • The Global Consumer Smart Wearable Technology market is expected to grow
  • Tech: NFL Exec Says Wearables Could Crack Second-Screen Advertising
  • Google Glass: To Read Or Not To Read Minds, That Is The Question
  • Is your business prepared for wearable technology?
  • Will Wearable Technology Transform Healthcare?
  • Wearable technology helps prevent drownings
  • Who will win the war on wearables?
  • Wearable Technology Shop On Amazon
  • . . . and more!

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UGNN Cyber Security Report: America Under Attack

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report We are under attack. Security rising to the tops of education and jobs markets, and the continued threat from China’s hackers are keeping the UGNN Safenetting crew busy …

  • CISA Bill Passed By Senate Committee Despite Privacy Concerns
  • Scott Air Force Base poised for military cybersecurity boom
  • Businesses Can’t Ignore Cyberthreats, Experts Warn
  • The “Deep Panda” Hackers Are Deeply Confused
  • 10 cybersecurity tips for small businesses
  • Marsh’s answer to cyber threat
  • . . . and more!
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Google Improves Docs and cloud storage

Juan Perez published this article of PCWorld.com about how the momentum of Office 365 has caused Google to improve its Docs program and changed its cloud storage to an unlimited amount.   Continue reading »

See how website is tracking you

MADE IN AMERICA Paul Carr wrote an article on this subject called:  ”I just installed a tool which shows how popular websites are spying on me. The results are horrifying” on PandoDaily blog.   Continue reading »

iOS 8 Security Changes

Luis Abreu has posted this blog that studies Apple announcements at WWDC for how it affects privacy and security issues.   Continue reading »

Auction to benefit App Camp for Girls

On 32Auctions.com, there is an auction of lettersapp.com url, which is to benefit App Camp for Girls.   Continue reading »

Digiarty Win/Mac DVD Video Converter

Digiarty Software Inc. a multimedia software development company, has fueled the growth of its top-rated DVD ripper and video converter (both Windows and Mac editions) via a major update recently. Adding with 20 new profiles, the programs now can rip DVDs and convert videos to 20 new portable devices, including Samsung Galaxy S5 mini, Galaxy Tab S, Google Chromecast, HTC One M8, Amazon Fire phone, Microsoft Surface Pro 3, Fujitsu and AquosContinue reading »

UGNN Malware Update : broken, break in, breaking, breaches

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report We’re putting all the spam, phishing, malware, cybercrime, email spam in one report these days. The impending cyberwars and cyber security is taking the limelight. But that doesn’t mean you’re not at risk. Follow the InfoManager, we’ll do our best to keep you informed :
[_] iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak: Pangu jailbreak is a stolen product and contains malware
[_] Malicious Spam Mails about Parking Fine Hit Internauts in UK
[_] Fortinet Finds Data Loss, Malware and Unauthorized Access
[_] Attack on Dailymotion redirected visitors to exploits
[_] A New Android ‘RAT’ Appears – Serious Banking Threat
[_] Digital signatures are now legal authentication
[_] UK travellers hit by 4 July malware scourge
and more . . .

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UGNN Facebook Update: What were you thinking?

UGNN InfoManager news all about social media and Facebook Facebook news and reviews … good and bad reports — a wake of stupidity and media frenzy reminds you that Facebook is not in business to be your friend. When will you learn that lesson . . . amongst these others covered this week by the Facebook Infomanager :
[_] Not very bright? Facebook has nothing to apologize about
[_] Facebook tips from Sweet Moses, Cleveland Whiskey, Carol and John’s Comic Books Shop
[_] Facebook photo shows Bourbon Street shooting victim, witness and suspect
[_] Facebook: Hickory mom not facing lifetime ban over daughter’s photo
[_] NYPD’s Facebook Page Shares its Triumphs
[_] Report: Facebook post threatens Vitti
[_] Facebook, food & breastfeeding
[_] Where’s the ‘dislike’ button?
. . . and more
CAUTION Careful, we’ve found a pop-up ad splash screens and other stalker links and screen-spam on all of these pages. Seems the news industry has now resorted to heavy screen-spam to make revenue! Be very careful what you click.

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UGNN Cyber Security Report: America Under Attack

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report We are under attack. The airwaves and optical are humming with the good, bad and insideous. We’ve opened several new search algorithms in the race to bring you the latest details

  • Cyber security attacks drive the growth of the unified threat management market
  • The Cyberwarfare Arms Race by Iran, China and Russia is Threatening American Finance
  • Growing Concerns Over Russian Hackers Targeting US Critical Infrastructure
  • School house lock: How the U.S. government proposes to ‘protect’ your data
  • Hackers declare “nuclear leak” on Israeli Twitter account
  • India Is A Sitting Duck In Cyber Security Area
  • Cybersecurity: Litigation, Crime & Enforcement
  • The cybersecurity framework and you
  • What does Cybersecurity mean?
  • and more!
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Albie – The Reddit Album Viewer released for iOS

 Albie - The Reddit Album Viewer released for iOS Out now is Albie – The Reddit Album Viewer – which makes browsing image heavy subreddits a breeze! Continue reading »

Know on the go, with Hurricane Pro

 Know on the go, with Hurricane Pro - Introductory Pricing for 2014 A little late for Arthur, but Kitty Code has finally updated their award winning App, Hurricane Pro to kick off the 2014 hurricane season. Hurricane Pro, the professional level hurricane tracking software for the Apple iPhone, is starting off the 2014 hurricane season with promotional pricing. Available at $1.99 for a limited time, Hurricane Pro gives you the most up to date information on tropical systems around the world.

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FlipCard

MADE IN AMERICA  Cupertino, California – Professionals who are fed up with so-called tools that fail to manage their growing volume of business cards – such as bulky rolodexes and time consuming scanners – can now head to the App Store, and finally download the last contact manager solution they’ll ever need: FlipCardContinue reading »

Jettison 1.4 – Close Your MacBook and Go

MADE IN AMERICA Denver, Colorado – St. Clair Software is happy to announce the immediate release of Jettison 1.4 for Mac OS X. This update improves the handling of all types of disks, and also delivers a host of new features like hotkeys, control over which disks are ejected, and support for flash drives.   Continue reading »

InfoManager : Wearable Technology news, views and reviews

The next horizon is technology that you wear — and it’s going to be big! Really big! Wearable technology will probably make phones, tablets and maybe even computers! But when the big news is rolling, the InfoManager will be there :
[_] Forget Google Glass–These Souped-Up Manicures Could Be the Future of Wearable Tech
[_] Broadcom Aims To Be An Early Entrant In The Booming Wearable Technology Market
[_] Wearable technology NAILED: Smart fingernails light up when you take a call
[_] UK watchdog draws line on use of Google Glass for data collection
[_] The line between wearable technology and prosthetics is blurring
[_] Microsoft to release wearable fitness tracker this fall
[_] Tech Or Timepiece: How Will Apple Compete With Rolex?
[_] eReaders, wearables endangered species
. . . and more!

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