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It used to be that if you wanted to be sure someone didn’t steal your wallet all you needed to do was get one of those wallets on a chain. Today a thief doesn’t actually have to steal your wallet to get at your credit card info if you are using the contactless credit cards.
With hardly a week passing without another case of misplaced data cropping up in the headlines, taking steps to secure the contents of mobile storage seems all the more topical. Into the fray steps LaCie's Rugged Safe, a 500GB external hard-drive that promises not only basic bump protection but an integrated biometric fingerprint scanner paired with 128-bit AES hardware encryption. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.
There were lots of iPhone users who were excited about iMovie on the iPhone. There were also many iPhone 3GS users who were disappointed to hear that the iMovie app was for the iPhone 4 only.
One of the first things that many music phone and MP3 player buyers do is get a new set of earphones. The stock earphones that come with most devices like the iPod or iPhone are not very good. These stock earphones are also not typically very comfortable either.
Summer is here and the kids are under my feet constantly as I try to work every day. One thing I can count on as soon as my 5-year-old daughter rolls her crazy-haired head out of bed is that she will want her "waftuls" otherwise known as waffles. Shortly after the waffles are eaten, she will want her first of 157 popsicles of the day.