IPod anti theft devices

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | 2 Comments

There is nothing worse than having your iPod or mobile phone stolen, it causes great up set and inconvenience, so how can you over this, simply by disguising your small gadgets and it is not as hard as it would seem. There is a company called iDisguise who make items that you can hide those [...]

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Your eyes in the office or at home

February 13, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

If you are one of those people who feel that having a security camera inside your home, business or office is an essential part of 21st century living, then you may be interested in looking at the Spy Clock from Lukwerks which can place anywhere you wish, in any room, office or workplace. The Spy [...]

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Start your car from inside your house

February 8, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

You know how it is, it is the middle of winter, it may be snowing or frosty, your car is looking like it has been frozen from several years and you have to go out to work, what do you do? Run out there in sub zero temperatures, unlock the car door, force it open [...]

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Protection for Your LaptopTech Air Bags

February 5, 2007 by davidallen | 4 Comments

It has to said, the single most annoying thing about using a laptop is the fact that while transporting it, be it walking, driving or being a passenger on any kind of transport, is the potential for damage. For most of us, our lives are our laptops because we use it for work and for [...]

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Security fix released by Apple for QuickTime

January 25, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

There were several security flaws in the QuickTime media player program for which Apple has come up with security updates. Due to the flaw discerned, both Windows and Mac OS X versions of QuickTime are at risk as because due to it, a hacker could have his access over a computer. QuickTime Mac users can [...]

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‘January Critical Patch Update’ released by Oracle

January 18, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

On last week Oracle declared in its pre-announcement bulletin that it was going to release 52 security patches for its various products. Keeping up to the pre-announcement, Oracle released 51 updates which could fix 51 flaws. However, last moment detection of an error made Oracle to withhold one patch. This new updates has been termed [...]

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PayPal fight phishing with key fob

January 15, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

PayPal today announced a new optional security measure for their customers: a key fob that generates a new password every second seconds that is entered along with the traditional username and password by users. According to a c|net news.com article, Paypal is going to introduce a trial period with customers in the US, Germany and [...]

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