Archive for March, 2011

1Gbps delivered by Google, not AT&T. Of course.

Google picked Kansas City for the Google Fiber Project and said it would roll out the 1Gbps internet access there first.  Kansas City, KS was picked out of about 1,100 candidates.  The connections should go live in 2012 as long as the Board of Commissioners signs onboard. Google also said they haven’t ruled out other […]

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Top Four ways to protect yourself from NFC hackers.

NFC is an acronym for Near Field Communication.  It’s a fancy way of describing radio frequency based communication over a very short distance.  If you grew up in the 80s and ever got some of those really cheap CB walkie-talkies, you know a thing or two about RF over short distances. With NFC, we’re talking […]

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The iPhone 5’s 64GB SSD that’s smaller than a quarter?

    Update (Oct 1, 2013) – Please note, this blog post was written before the release of the iPhone 4s, widely speculated to be called the iPhone 5. Thanks! Foremay announced an extremely small SSD today. How small? How about slightly smaller than a quarter.  Although 64GB doesn’t really compare to the 2 TB […]

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