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Mobile World Congress 2014

Mobile World Congress 2014 starts today and goes on this week, which means that technology news will be filled with all kinds of mobile technology releases. Mobile World Congress 2014 tries to shape Mobile trends for 2014. I will follow what different news sources say on the event, and post links to most interesting mobile

Home Routers a Big Consumer Cyberthreat?

Home routers and firewalls are supposed to make users easy and safely connect many devices to their Internet connection. Those devices were advertised to make your Internet safer. In many cases they helped, but more and more often they itself be a real security problem. Strange but saddly true. Home Routers Pose Biggest Consumer Cyberthreat

Art of Photographing at Olympics and Zero-G

Here are links to some interesting articles on professional photography. The Inside Story of How Olympic Photographers Get Such Stunning Images article tells how the AP and Getty Images, two of the biggest photo agencies on the scene, get their incredible photos from the Olympics to the United States. Digital photography has completely changed the

Cybersecurity framework for critical infrastructure

White House pushes cybersecurity framework for critical infrastructure article tells that U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration has releases a new cybersecurity framework. It aims to help operators of critical infrastructure develop comprehensive cybersecurity programs. It tries to drive changes in the way organizations deal with cybersecurity, which is not always in good shape based constant flow of

Friday Fun: Mobile fish tank

Hackaday told some days ago that a machine vision company Studio diip based in The Netherlands has created  an interesting fish on wheels, a robotic car controlled by a goldfish. The system appears to work pretty well on the video. This is quite funny looking system. A Logitech 9X0 series camera captures overhead images of the

Linux TTY

The TTY subsystem is central to the design of Linux, and UNIX in general. The TTY system in Linux is a throwback to when computers first because interactive in real-time,but is still very much relevant today. Unfortunately, its importance is often overlooked, and it is difficult to find good introductory articles about it. The TTY

My firewall was a security risk

Diffrent DNS vulnerabilities and DNS amplification attacks have been on network security news lately. Yesterday I got e-mail from my ISP Elisa that I had an open DNS server running on my Internet connection, and it should be immediately disabled (someone had reported on problems with this). I was wondering what was happening, because none

HTTP security headers

I just some days ago checked some interesting articles on HTTP security. It really seems that I should look more into those HTTP security headers. 4 HTTP Security headers you should always be using article tells that because HTTP is an extensible protocol browsers have pioneered some useful headers to prevent or increase the difficulty

Friday fun: If services were built earlier?

Ten years ago this week, on 4 February 2004, Mark Zuckerberg changed the course of western socialisation by putting on the internet. Mark Zuckerberg’s greatest achievement isn’t financial or technical: Facebook has turned its users into networks of anxious spies. What if Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Angry Birds were built much earlier in the