Monthly Archives: April 2011

Another reason computer users should learn the term “encryption”.


Recently in a London, Ontario clinic, a memory stick with patient files went missing. The concern, of course is that somebody could find and use that data for all kinds of nefarious activities. The hard truth is that if they … Continue reading

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New Bill in Parliament may affect you and your tablet!


The Conservatives plan to make Bill C-32 into law if re-elected making the rules on transferring copyrighted material between devices illegal IF the digital “lock” is not intact. In other words, if you have music saved in 1 format from … Continue reading

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NetFlix Canada


After signing up with Netflix this month, I have spent a few hours trying it out both at home, in the office and even on my blackberry(which unfortunately does not yet work). So far, the interface has been simple to … Continue reading

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Cisco Dumps Flip Digital


After $500 million bucks, Cisco decides the Flip phone (which is really cool) is no longer worth it… http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/news/2011/04/two-years-after-buying-pure-digital-cisco-ditches-the-flip.ars

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