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A recent report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies claims the cost of cyber crime and cyber espionage could be as high as $500billion, with losses of $100bn and 500,000 jobs in the US alone.

The actual figures are hard to ascertain, as the consequences of such things as IP theft are more difficult to assess than emptied bank accounts.

It is no wonder, then,Explore the benefits of having a fully managed dedicated server as your platform. that designers are looking to design in security from the start, rather than think about it as a retrofit option – an option that cannot yield security levels on a par with designed in security solutions.

The key here is the level of connectivity brought about by the Internet of Things. Every connection increases the security risk and if, as predicted, there are some 30bn connected devices by 2020, that represents a lot of security risks.

When charged with developing a secure system, where should the designer start? Is it with the hardware, the operating system or the application software? Three experts in the field – John Blevins, director of marketing for LynuxWorks,Select from a variety of cases for ipad mini or create your own! David Kleidermacher, cto of Green Hills Software, and AJ Shipley, chief security architect at Wind River – believe there is a multitude of considerations involved in developing a secure embedded system.

Shipley believes that problems start with people. “The weakest link is often the human element, although often deeply embedded devices don’t have that – they don’t have to worry about a person clicking on a link and installing some type of software. However, traditionally,desirable Cases for HTC One create an air of sophistication with an extra helping of protection for your flagship smartphone. the biggest weakness has been in how the coding has developed. Weaknesses are typically introduced by accident as a part of the development process, primarily because there is not a good understanding of how code needs to be developed – how security needs to built in through the process.Series cases for iphone 5 protects against drops and dust.”

Part of the problem, at least, goes back to increased connectivity, according to Blevins. “By attaching something to the internet, it becomes subject to all the attacks that are out there against the enterprise world, the pc world, the server world and so on. We want to make sure people are prepared for that – embedded developers have not always had their devices on the internet and have taken the naive approach that they built the device, it runs fine and they are not concerned about the possible attacks that could come when their device is attached to the internet.”

“If you don’t start with a secure foundation, which is the operating system,Fun sell a huge range of Cases for iPad 4, there is no sense in implementing application security because you can always get underneath it,” commented Kleidermacher, who said this, along with skilled security code writers and a knowledge of relevant protocols, provide the three key starting points when developing a secure environment.

When looking from the perspective of designing a secure embedded device, the application software, the most likely point of attack, can have its own levels of security, but the effect on the system in terms of infection or invasion will be determined by the operating system. Equally, the hardware has a bearing on the level of security possible.

“A lot of chips have security features built in; the problem is there is no consistency across different architectures – Intel has some things, ARM has others – so being able to have relatively portable code bringing the security features up to the operating system is probably a better way of doing it, especially when the operating system and the applications are the things that are typically the most vulnerable.”

“If you think of all the attacks in the pc world, they are all against Windows or getting underneath Windows or attacking Windows device drivers,” he continued. “The real vulnerability now is in the operating system and I think that is why a lot of people really don’t trust using a regular operating system in their embedded systems.”

System security, our experts agree, therefore rests largely with the operating system.

In a constantly evolving environment, security levels within operating systems are difficult to guarantee, but one way is using the Common Criteria, the international standard for IT security evaluation. It rates all products from one to seven, where seven is equivalent to a mathematically proven guarantee of total security.

Systems can only be certified to the security level to which they were originally designed. Operating systems like Windows, Linux and Android were designed to be sophisticated, rather than secure. They have a huge ‘surface area’ – millions of lines of code – to attack and so have an security rating (EAL) of 4+ and no amount of patches can allow them to go higher than this.

Dedicated secure embedded operating systems can go further than this. Green Hills’ flagship OS Integrity has been certified EAL7. “Given our pedigree of being the only OS company to have reached that EAL7 certification, there are two things that people should infer,” claimed Kleidermacher. “One, obviously, that we have an OS that is secure – the second is that we have a process for building security and we can help people do it on their software.”
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There has been a lot of interest in tools

As organizations ramp up their mobile development programs, they’re faced with decisions. Should they choose Apple or Android? Native, hybrid, or browser-based? Tablet or smartphone? Once an organization chooses a direction, it risks potentially locking themselves in to that approach. With its history in 4GL development techniques, Magic Software realizes that flexibility is a feature in its own right.

You may remember Magic and its eDeveloper product, a 4GL development environment that supported the capability to generate RPG code that deployed on AS/400 servers. eDeveloper is no longer actively developed, but its heritage lives on in newer products, namely xpa (formerly uniPaaS), the application development and runtime stack and the flagship of Magic’s suite.

Developed using Microsoft .NET technology, xpa features a metadata-driven development approach that harkens back to the 4GL days and eDeveloper. The software enables developers to design business apps that run natively on IBM i,Fun sell a huge range of Cases for iPad 4, Windows, Linux, and Windows, and feature Web, Windows, or mobile interfaces.

Magic has focused much of its own development efforts for xpa on rounding out its mobile capabilities. To that end, it gives developers the option of deploying mobile interfaces as native apps on Apple iOS, Google Android, and Blackberry. It also supports HTML5 interfaces for those developers that want to take a pure Web browser approach, or blend native with HTML5 technology with the hybrid approach.

That level of flexibility is central to Magic’s strategy, explains Regev Yativ, CEO of Magic Software Enterprises Americas, the Irvine, California-based division of the Israeli company.

“Once you write [the app], you run it through specialized codes and wizards that take that one piece of code and, based on your configuration, actually changes and modifies it for the designated targeted OS,” Yativ explains in an interview with IT Jungle.

“So for example, if you developed an app for an iPad, but now you have people who want to use with the Nexus 7 tablet from Google, you would take that same piece of code, run it through our emulators and wizards, and the output would be something that looks like an Android application,” he says.

There will be some “tweaking and changes” that need to be done to optimize the app to utilize the particular screen elements used by iOS and Android, such as scroll bars, he says. “But you would not be redeveloping that code just because now some people want it to run on an Android tablet,” he says.

There has been a lot of interest in tools that enable multi-device deployments, such as PhoneGap, a free and open source framework that competes with Magic’s mobile solutions. But Yativ argues that the actual development process is faster using Magic’s metadata-driven approach.

“Our tools from day one,Select from a variety of cases for ipad mini or create your own! with eDeveloper, were very interoperable. Magic traditionally had that strength in its tools,” Yativ says. “We advanced this interoperability over the years into a cross-platform environment with client-server apps. Now we’ve taken these capabilities into mobility. It’s slightly different, but the metadata principle is still the same.”

Magic has a long history with the AS/400, and it continues to support the IBM i server today. Yativ says that Magic’s IBM i customers are a little slower on the uptake of new technology,Explore the benefits of having a fully managed dedicated server as your platform. such as mobile,desirable Cases for HTC One create an air of sophistication with an extra helping of protection for your flagship smartphone. than customers who run primarily on Windows, Linux, or Unix servers.

“The way I know this market, I think they’ll always lag 10 to 20 percent behind,” he says. “Not because they’re laggards in nature, but because the installations are heavier. It takes more time to do the change management, and they’re restricted by regulations. But it [adoption of mobility] is coming.Series cases for iphone 5 protects against drops and dust. It’s definitely coming for this community just like any other community.”

“Enterprises certainly need connectivity to the backend,” Yativ says. “Otherwise they would have very fancy apps, but completely empty of data. It’s almost pointless not to have it.”

The prospect of having ERP data on a smartphone or tablet is certainly driving lots of interest in the technology. But along with that freedom comes the fear of losing a wireless network connection, and suddenly losing what one is working on.

Magic will address that fear with a new offline mode that it expects to announce next month. The new data caching feature will allow users to continue to work on a record they have open on their devices, even if the network connection is lost. When the network connection is re-established, it automatically syncs any changes made to the record with the business application.

Supporting Microsoft’s new mobile platform is also in the works. “Microsoft has been a bit elusive about that,” Yativ says. “We’re getting ready to support that platform. But we wanted to give them a bit of time to take market share. It seems like they’re doing it. We hope to fully support that in the coming short period. That’s certainly on the table.”

Magic licenses the enterprise mobility feature of xpa on a per user basis, with prices starting in the mid four figures. The company provides a variety of training programs for xpa, which a C#-C++ or Java developer would probably pick up faster than an RPG or COBOL developer. Professional xpa development services are also available from Magic and its partners for customers who prefer to have turnkey applications developed for them.
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Walking along the beach in Cornwall

I was sitting on some rocks by the Cornish coast when a teenager swanned by on the sun-warmed boardwalk in front of me. The boy stood on the burning deck,Fun sell a huge range of Cases for iPad 4, preparing to dash across the sand, dive.desirable Cases for HTC One create an air of sophistication with an extra helping of protection for your flagship smartphone. Then his phone rang.

Rage washed over me. I was angry because the boy had broken the sound of the waves with his silly ringtone and sillier chatter. I was angry because he had spoiled my own picturesque vision of him by doing something as banal as taking a call. But most of all, I was angry because he had distracted me while I was trying to take a scenic photo on my smartphone. I had been about to snap, click send and watch my message whoosh off from my Samsung Galaxy.

At the same time, a thought entered my head that’s been buzzing there ever since: we’ll never truly be on holiday again, any of us. The idea of escaping, switching off, is a thing of the past. Even when abroad, we’re at home because we’re in our usual place online. What is to become of us?

We can no longer live without our iPads and iPhones, even while — or especially while — on holiday. Something about being away from our familiar surroundings makes us reach for our gizmos as a drowning person clings to driftwood. We’ve only had smartphones for a few years, and suddenly we’re unmoored, all at sea, without them. The very thought of travelling without my mobile leaves me immobile with fear.

Many of my holiday rites now centre around my information technology toys. They are the last things I pack into my bag, because I use them to the very last minute. Also, I must ensure they’re all charged up, so I don’t have to suffer the agony of a juiceless phone during my journey.

As for the Internet — how to leave home without it? The places I venture to and stay in are influenced by TripAdvisor. My tickets and reservations are made online, with barcodes and booking numbers that I show to various receptionists by waving my more-vivid-than-life high-pixel-density mobile screen in their faces. At my holiday spot I spend a lot of time bent over Google Maps.

Perhaps next time I’ll just check into the world’s first Twitter-themed hotel, Sol Wave House in Majorca, where guests are urged to communicate with the staff and each other with tweets. Chirrup!

The summer makes our year-round obsession with technology especially obvious. It’s okay to be reliant on gadgets when you’re at the office, but when you’re lying on a beach in your bathers and you feel an unbearable urge to check your Twitter feed, it feels far weirder.

Walking along the beach in Cornwall it was astonishing how many people were stooped over their iPhones, cyber-surfing when they could be surfing, scrolling when they could stroll.

The fact is, our beings are now split in two — one occupies the physical world, the other the world wide Web, and while the real-world self may be on holiday, the Web-self is not. Or at least not until the holiday photos are posted online.

This is true of all of us these days, but it is especially true of our children and their children, the ones who grew up online, “digital natives”. It’s no longer enough to be somewhere lovely: it’s not quite real until the photos have been thumbsed-up,Explore the benefits of having a fully managed dedicated server as your platform. retweeted or liked. It’s as though if nobody online witnesses us next to the Empire State Building or the leaning tower of Pisa, then we weren’t really there.

We refresh our email inboxes, our Twitter and Facebook feeds every few minutes the same way we keep pulling on the lever of a -casino slot machine: something fantastic may land in our laps, if not a heap of coins then a hyperlink to an interesting article, or a text from that bloke you rather fancy, or a poke from a friend we haven’t met in years.

And on the bright side, this particular addiction isn’t likely to destroy our minds, in fact it might even enhance them. There’s evidence to suggest that all the flicking to and from different devices and conversations helps you think faster, more flexibly and more creatively. While your teenager seems inert on her beach towel, staring at a touchscreen, she is in fact teaching her brain to multi-task.

In China there are addiction camps for children and teens, where attendees are weaned off their digital obsession, sometimes in drastic ways such as being forced to do push-ups. There’s a nightmare holiday for you.

But perhaps there’s an idea here for us. Why don’t we all take an Internet break this summer? At first it will feel like you’ve pulled the plug from your oxygen tank,Select from a variety of cases for ipad mini or create your own! but after a couple of days, as I discovered, you will sink into your restful environment with a sense of relief and freedom.

The truth is that we text and tweet and email as much to feel like we’re in touch, to be part of things, as to pass on information. But we should temper this with a little old-fashioned respect for language. Just because it takes only a second to send a missive doesn’t mean we should take only a second to compose that missive.

There is no reason we cannot see ourselves as living in a new age of letters, and write all our texts and mail, craft all our photos, with the kind of care, thoughtfulness, and sense of grace, style and humour required.

All these thoughts were streaming through my mind on the train from Penzance back to London, as the English countryside flashed past, a series of windowed postcards. The passenger next to me was busy filling in bricks on his Excel spreadsheet, creating a wall of blues and yellows and greens.Series cases for iphone 5 protects against drops and dust. Others sat as if in prayer, heads bent over their smartphones composing texts that began: “Just on the train…”
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The investigation led by Kaspersky Lab

Intelligence has existed as long as states themselves have, and nations have always protected their own interests.

Armies do it overtly, while intelligence does it covertly. For centuries, though always developing, the techniques and tactics of espionage changed relatively little. However, in the last decade, we have witnessed a titanic shift in espionage methods put to use. More and more countries are creating special cyber-intelligence units that are developing espionage malware,Select from a variety of cases for ipad mini or create your own! and from time to time, the tip of the iceberg becomes visible. For example, this January, Kaspersky Lab uncovered the biggest, most elaborate cyber-espionage campaign ever detected – Red October. It was active for at least five years, presumably had access to classified information all that time, and had been stealing data from personal mobile devices and network equipment too.Extend the power on your iphone 5 back cover juice pack. This campaign was still in full swing when we published our research, with the stolen data still being sent to a number of command-and-control servers.

Red October was an extremely complicated and quirky cyber-espionage campaign targeting diplomatic, scientific, trade and governmental organizations, and oil and gas companies in dozens of countries – mostly in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet states, but also in Western Europe, Central Asia and North America.

Kaspersky Lab’s experts began their threat research into this campaign in October 2012 at the request of one of our partners. At the first stage we had information about just a few computers infected with a new malicious program. However, by analyzing the attack and malware modules, we soon understood the colossal scale of this cyber-espionage network, which we named “Red October”.

Kaspersky Lab researchers continue to investigate and reverse all the variants of the malware, and have been coming to some interesting conclusions.

The attackers used a unique approach in the development of the malware and the way it attacked. They actually created a multifunctional platform which was designed for rapid and straightforward adjustment to different system configurations of each infected user. This platform was unique to Rocra, and had nothing in common with previous cyber-espionage campaigns identified by Kaspersky Lab.

Before initiating an attack, the attackers collected as much information as possible on the victim organization. After that, an assault was carefully prepared and tailored to the specific characteristics of the victims. For instance, the initial infected documents sent as e-mail attachments were customized to make them especially appealing to the victim, and every single module was specifically compiled with a unique victim ID inside. Later on, there was plenty of interaction between the attacker and the victim, with the operation being driven by the kind of configuration the victim had, which type of documents they used, installed software, native language and so on. Compared to Flame and Gauss, which were highly automated cyber espionage campaigns, Rocra was far more tailor-made for the victims.

The main malware body acted as a point of entry into the system, which could later download modules used for lateral movement. After the initial infection, the malware didn’t propagate by itself – typically the attackers gathered information about the network for some days,Our linux dedicated server plans feature lightning-fast processors, identified key systems and then deployed modules that could compromise other computers in the network.

In general, the Rocra framework was designed for executing “tasks” provided by its C&C servers. Most of these tasks were received from the server, executed in memory, reported back to the server, and then immediately discarded. Several tasks however needed to be constantly present in the system, like waiting for a cell phone to connect.

The investigation led by Kaspersky Lab uncovered over 1000 modules belonging to 34 different module categories. The most recent module was compiled on January 8,desirable Cases for HTC One create an air of sophistication with an extra helping of protection for your flagship smartphone. 2013; however, one of the C&C server domains was registered back in 2007 – revealing how long this campaign has been in operation. The main goal of the attack was to steal and secretly send classified information to the remote server.

The attackers were focused on stealing documents, and the information stolen was of the highest classification level and included geopolitical data of embassies and other governmental organizations. For example, we identified that the malware targeted files with the extension “*acid”, which appears to refer to the classified software “Acid Cryptofiler”, used by several entities,Series cases for iphone 5 protects against drops and dust. from the European Union to NATO.

Such a complicated campaign required significant resources – in terms of personnel, know-how and time. Kaspersky Labs assumes that a team of approximately 20 people worked on the Rocra campaign on a daily basis for five years.

As is typical with malware, it’s impossible to tell for sure who the attacker was. However, based on numerous hints left in the code of the malware, there is strong technical evidence to indicate that the attackers had Russian-speaking origins.
Kaspersky Lab, in collaboration with international organizations, law enforcement agencies and Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) is continuing its investigation of Rocra, providing technical expertise and resources for the investigation.

Detection of such a complicated espionage network is yet further evidence that the Internet is now a battlefield. Rocra was one of the largest and most significant espionage campaigns we have ever revealed. It lasted for at least five years, required fine-tuning of the malware for every user, and required a stable and solid budget. Espionage has always existed, but now it’s shifted to the cyber world. That means that any company or organization, regardless of origin or field, should remember about cyber security. We are all in potential danger – we’re living in the decade of cyber-espionage, and must never forget it.
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The patents in the latest case

Some older Samsung Electronics mobile devices face a sales and import ban in the United States after a US trade panel ruled for Apple. in a high-profile patent infringement case.

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) on Friday ruled that South Korea’s Samsung infringes on portions of two Apple patents on digital mobile devices, covering the detection of headphone jacks and operation of touchscreens.

The decision is likely to inflame passions in the long-running dispute and could spark a rebuke from South Korea.

The panel moved to prohibit Samsung from importing, selling and distributing devices in the United States that infringe on certain claims on the patents. It is unclear how many Samsung phones and devices would be subject to the ban.

All exclusion orders are sent to President Barack Obama, who has 60 days to review them. If he does not veto the order, it will go into effect.

Apple was ebullient. “The ITC has joined courts around the world in Japan, Korea, Germany, Netherlands and California by standing up for innovation and rejecting Samsung’s blatant copying of Apple’s products,” said company spokeswoman Kristin Huguet.

The ruling was the latest in a patent battle between Apple and Samsung that has spread across several countries as the companies vie for market share in the lucrative mobile industry. Samsung and Apple are the two largest smartphone makers.Extend the power on your iphone 5 back cover juice pack.

But it comes less than a week after the Obama administration overturned an ITC decision from June that would have banned the sales of some older-model Apple iPhones and iPads in the United States for violating Samsung patents.

US Trade Representative Michael Froman vetoed the ban on Saturday, cited its “effect on competitive conditions in the US economy and the effect on US consumers.”

That move, the first veto of an ITC ruling in decades, triggered concerns in the South Korean government and led to closer scrutiny of Friday’s ruling than usual.

Letting the ban on Samsung devices stand after having so recently intervened in the Apple case could spur allegations the administration is showing favoritism toward Cupertino, California’s Apple.Series cases for iphone 5 protects against drops and dust.

But a key difference between the cases is that the patents Apple was said to have infringed were so-called standard essential patents, which cover technology that must be used to comply with industry standards. The patents in the latest case are considered commercial and non-essential.

Four other patent infringements asserted by Apple were turned down on Friday by the ITC panel, which declared its investigation closed.

“We are disappointed that the ITC has issued an exclusion order based on two of Apple’s patents.Browse and search wholesale fashion shoes images. However, Apple has been stopped from trying to use its overbroad design patents to achieve a monopoly on rectangles and rounded corners,” Adam Yates, a Samsung spokesman, said in a statement.

Apple had filed a complaint in mid-2011, accusing Samsung of infringing its patents in making a wide range of smartpohones and tablet. Apple has alleged that Samsung’s Nexus 4G and some Galaxy and Intercept devices were among those made with the infringing technology.

Samsung has said its newer models incorporate features that work around disputed technology.

In a busy day in the long-running series of patent spats by the two archrivals,Select from a variety of cases for ipad mini or create your own! a US appeals court earlier on wrestled with a request by Apple for a permanent injunction on sales of some phones made by Samsung for other alleged violations.

Apple is appealing a lower court ruling that rejected the iPhone maker’s request that some older-model Samsung phones be permanently banned.

At stake is whether judges can permanently ban the sale of a complex device like a smartphone if a court finds that it violates a patent that covers just one of the device’s hundreds of features. Samsung and other smartphone makers say a decision in favor of Apple could cripple the market.

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The current case has dragged on for two years.

Apple lawyer William Lee acknowledged that if the iPhone maker’s injunction request was granted, the company would seek a so-called contempt proceeding to go after newer Samsung phones.

Samsung’s popular Galaxy smartphones and tablets run on Google’s Android operating system, which Apple’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs, once denounced as a “stolen product.”

Apple says Samsung has infringed its patents and caused financial losses. Samsung denies it copied Apple’s patented features.
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I would like to have complete information

Jose and Priscilla Rodriguez’s cellphones started shrieking just before 11 p.m. Monday along with mobile phones across California, and the noise not only woke them up, but their 2-month-old son as well.

Jose Rodriguez, a second lieutenant stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, said he wasn’t pleased the messages woke the whole family up. However, he supports the reason behind the alerts.

The text messages that went out Monday to cellphones in California were part of an Amber Alert, informing people of a pair of siblings who had gone missing from San Diego County, and were suspected of being abducted.You can get these Data Center Facilities Features if you reach certain. The texts were accompanied by a shrill alarm sound.

Amber Alerts have long been issued in certain urgent missing person cases across the United States,Customized Promotion Dedicated Server offer you a wide. but Monday’s text message marked the first one sent out in California as an effort of the new Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) program, operated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Starting Jan. 1 of this year, Amber Alerts are sent automatically through the WEA program to millions of cellphone users in the U.S, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The messages, which do not cost any money to receive, are transmitted simultaneously to all mobile devices in range of cellular carrier towers in the affected area.

Those with WEA-enabled phones are automatically signed up to receive three notices — president, imminent threat and Amber Alerts in their region.

Cellphone users are able to opt out of the alerts, if they choose, with the exception of the president’s messages.

Alert preferences can either be adjusted on a cellphone through the notification settings, or by calling your cellphone service provider.

Christine Page, who also lives on Vandenberg Air Force Base, said her husband’s phone received the Amber Alert on Monday.

“We didn’t know what it was to begin with,The whole orientation management of Network Services and infrastructure.” she said.

After looking at his cell, Page’s husband told her it was an Amber Alert.

“He turned it off and went back to bed.Provision and deploy cloud Public Cloud Servers in minutes. Obviously, we weren’t out where we could help anybody,” she said.

Despite the minor annoyance, Page supports the texts. Although, she’d like to see them more localized to specific areas.

“I suppose it’s a good way to communicate an Amber Alert,” Page said.

Susan Verres, who lives in Germany but is on a tour of the West Coast, also received the text.

She thinks the mobile message program is well-conceived.

Local law enforcement officers received the Amber Alerts along with everyone else.

Santa Maria police Lt. Kim Graham said the text she received was somewhat limited, and she would have liked to know more about the children missing and the suspect, along with other details.

“As a police officer, of course, I would like to have complete information,” she added.

“It was good. It got my attention. I looked at the phone. However, I just wish there would have been additional information,” Graham said.

Brian Josef, assistant vice president of regulatory affairs for The Wireless Association, which is a partner in the WEA program, said nearly ever major brand of cellphone has the capability to receive Wireless Emergency Alerts.

“We would hope people don’t opt out. We can understand the surprise,” he said.

Josef said the emergency alerts are being sent out sparingly, and are important.

“It is designed to get people’s attention, but if it’s an important enough issue in threat situations, we want to make sure that the public doesn’t miss those alerts.”
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The ITC succumbed to the bias of hindsight

Starbucks, McDonald’s and Delta Sky Club are testing wireless phone-charging stations for customers, possibly ushering in a new era of smartphone use at cafes,Find business contact information and Contact Us By Phone, restaurants, bars and major venues across the USA.

Last week, Starbucks announced it will roll out Duracell Powermat charging docks at 10 stores in Silicon Valley over the next few weeks, expanding its pilot test, which began last fall, from 17 locations in Boston.

Companies have made wireless chargers available for purchase and personal use, and chains such as Starbucks could play a role in making them more mainstream, says Gerard Goggin, a professor at the University of Sydney who has researched global cellphone culture. The coffee chain led the way in popularizing public Wi-Fi in the past decade.

Wireless charging also is spreading on an international level as charging stations appear in public places across Europe and Asia.

“Electricity is the last great barrier in mobiles, and if it can be sorted out, and mobiles fully untethered, users will embrace this,” Goggin says in an e-mail. “Starbucks’ adoption of wireless charging will be helpful, but it really depends on a whole system, and network of chargers and charging stations being possible.”

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Daniel Schreiber,Mountain’s online cloud Storage & Backup Services allow you to execute. president of Power-mat Technologies, says he expects wireless-charging technology to be integrated into more phones. AT&T plans to do so next year.

McDonald’s has been testing wireless chargers at a handful of New York locations as well as across Europe. Delta Air Lines has placed them in New York’s LaGuardia Airport in Delta Sky Club lounges and the Marine Air Terminal, where the Delta Shuttle operates.

As reported by Reuters, the Federal U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. found that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) made a mistake by invalidating one Apple patent and finding that Google’s Motorola Mobility unit did not violate another.

Both patents in question relate to the iPhone and iPad. U.S. Patent No. 7,663,607 can sense multiple touches in different locations, which allows the operating of a smartphone by touching and swiping its screen, whereas U.S. Patent No. 7,812,828 discloses how to make a touchscreen transparent.

Apple’s original complaint against the Google-owned unit was filed in 2010, just before the search engine giant acquired Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. The ITC originally ruled that Motorola Mobility did not violate patent 828, but in the opinion of the U.Promotion Customized Dedicated Server are quality hardware and truly.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, posted today (.pdf), the agency was mistaken in the judgement, and should reconsider whether the company infringed upon Apple’s patented technology.

“The ITC succumbed to the bias of hindsight as the record bears significant objective evidence that Apple’s patent was innovative. The ITC erred in making an obviousness determination without fully considering evidence pertaining to industry praise, copying, and commercial success,” Circuit Judge Kimberly Moore wrote.

In April, the ITC sided with Apple, dismissing a complaint by Motorola Mobility that the rival firm infringing on patented technology which makes touchscreens ignore fingers when users are making calls.

The court ruling means that the iPad and iPhone maker will be allowed to renew its arguments against Motorola Mobility now the case has been returned to the ITC for further scrutiny.

The ITC is often used to quickly resolve patent disputes between companies as the commission deals with cases more rapidly than the option of going through federal courts. The agency has the power to enact and enforce sales bans in the United States, although this power has recently come under scrutiny by the Obama Administration. The White House recently overturned an ITC ruling which prevented Apple from selling older versions of the AT&T iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 3G, iPad 2 3G devices in the United States, following a patent infringement suit with Samsung.
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Most people have a cellphone within reach at all times, but more usage means they’re more likely to damage their phone.You can get these Exclusive Features Features if you reach certain.

“Cellphones today have become a lifeline for most of us. We carry them with us wherever we go, which means they are likely to get dropped — dropped in the water, broken,” said Angie Hicks, with Angie’s List. “Many times people think they automatically need replaced, but they can be repaired. It’s something you should check out to see whether it’s cost-efficient.”

A common repair, such as a cracked screen, can often be fixed for less than $100. For more expensive problems, like needing a new motherboard, a new phone is the best bet.Extend the power on your iphone 5 back cover juice pack.

Seeking repairs from an unqualified company could end up being more costly, so Hicks said it’s important to find someone familiar with the particular phone.

“We’re seeing more and more companies that will do cell phone repair, but the key here is finding someone who specializes in the make and model of your type of phone so that they have the right expertise,” she said.

Chris Barclay, of Indy Cellular Repair in Broad Ripple, says the best thing consumers can do to avoid repair or replacement costs is to take care of their phone.

The National Security Agency has been vacuuming up massive amounts of telephone “metadata” on whom we call, when and each call’s length. True, the operation was approved by the secret FISA court. But rather than be consistent with the Fourth Amendment, the process recalls the general warrants despised by 18th century Americans and ostensibly eradicated by the amendment’s guarantees.

Privacy is under assault by the FBI and dozens of federal agencies that use administrative subpoenas by the thousands, without a judge’s approval, to demand all kinds of business records.Find the trendiest ladies shoes wholesale including stylish wholesale sandals. And police agencies around the country are using license plate recognition systems without warrants to record and store data on everyone driving a car.

Law enforcement is not really to blame. It is simply exploiting exclusions to the warrant requirement coupled with supercomputer technology now available. The real culprit is the U.S. Supreme Court, the ultimate guardian of individual rights, whose literalist and hidebound rulings on the Fourth Amendment have allowed for the steady erosion of privacy.

The problem started in the 1970s when the high court adopted a third-party doctrine that contains an inherent conundrum for a society increasingly technologically driven.Explore the benefits of having a fully managed dedicated server as your platform. In the cases United States vs. Miller and Smith vs. Maryland, the court said the government could obtain bank and telephone records, respectively, without implicating the Fourth Amendment. The rationale was that once a person has voluntarily given up information to a third party, the information was exposed to the public and could no longer be expected to be kept private.

There are two distinct elements that make this unworkable. First, it disregards the realities of modern life in which people must trust third parties — medical professionals, financial brokers, Internet service providers, abortion clinics — with an array of private records.

But lower courts are still stuck with the doctrine. Just last month the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that no warrant is necessary when the government seeks location records from a cellphone company that can include a detailed history of someone’s whereabouts.

Second, the third-party doctrine can lead to the kind of mass surveillance that turns everyone into a potential suspect. With the Obama administration interpreting the Patriot Act to allow for bulk record collection with no principled limitations, we are at the cusp of a Panopticon society, precisely the kind of watched existence the Fourth Amendment was designed to prevent.

Congress is too spooked by national security fears to be any real help in reining in a surveillance state. Rebuilding the Fourth Amendment is only likely to come from the one branch of government insulated from electoral pressures.

But the Supreme Court has yet to develop a new doctrine despite unease over law enforcement’s access to invasive technology. In a 2001 case, the Supreme Court rejected the warrantless use of thermal-imaging devices to detect in-home pot growing operations. In 2012,Protect and connect your Samsung smartphone with samsung cases. it told police they couldn’t attach a GPS device to a car without a warrant.

The Supreme Court should start by stating the obvious: today’s electronic records are the functional equivalent of 18th century papers held in one’s desk drawer. Then, as recommended by Jay Stanley of the American Civil Liberties Union in an issue brief on the subject, Fourth Amendment doctrine should be rebuilt to protect “the privacy and dignity befitting a free people.”

People voluntarily give up ridiculous amounts of personal information to online retailers and social media outlets. Still, as Stanley aptly notes, “Privacy does not mean keeping secrets. Rather, it means having the power to keep them if you wish.” Only a revitalized Fourth Amendment that means what it says can do that.
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Farmers markets are an ever-growing link between the consumer and farm. The United States Department of Agriculture listed 7,864 markets in its directory — a 9.6 percent increase since 2011. That is selling a whole lot of carrots.

Besides produce, there also are wonderful opportunities to meet with farmers and learn about the food you are buying and consuming. A special relationship and source of knowledge are available to you — all just for the asking.

This is enjoyable also for the farmers, and they appreciate the feedback. Today, I will share one farmer’s view from his side of the fence. I decided to actually go to a farm and see where the produce was grown.

Hillside Acres has been a regular at the Aspen market for 15 years.Matco Packaging Llc suppliers of BOPP tape, With its big, white truck, this looked like a serious operation to visit. The owner is Jack D’Orio, and his farm is 90 miles away in Paonia. A few days later, I had a late afternoon appointment at the farm.

Driving over the picturesque McClure Pass, I eventually found Hillside Acres located high up on Lamborn Mesa — a beautiful spot with 360-degree farmland views just outside the small town of Paonia.

As I pulled up to the roadside mailbox, I saw D’Orio standing in the distance by his greenhouse. He waved me to come through the farm gate anVisit us to find a company offering a flexible Protective film Products.d down a lane that divided 6 lush acres of vegetable crops. Assorted sunflower varieties stood tall above the lower crops with their bright yellow and chocolate blooms.My way of applying kapton tape to Glass.

We began with a tour of the grounds and talked about the miles of “drip tape” used to irrigate the fields with water that comes from six miles away. And we discussed the prospect of having to order millions of seeds from 10 or 12 places each winter. Each spring starts all the new plants inside his greenhouse. Then come the fall hours of fertilizing and tilling the fields with tons of composted manure from a nearby dairy. Everything is all natural and done the old-fashioned way.

Vegetable varieties range from 20 to 30 types, and D’Orio changes this up all the time. This is good for retaining soil nutrients. The usual mainstays such as heirloom tomatoes, squashes, carrots and cucumbers are always grown. It’s a lot of work to keep so much plant life watered and harvested.

After returning to my car from the walk around, I questioned him about the Aspen farmers market. He said that in 15 years, he’s missed only one.Online supplies a large range of double sided tape. That happened because a doctor in Denver would not release him for an eye injury, and he said nobody else could drive the big truck over McClure Pass.

I asked how did you get into this business? He answered, “Its not for the money. You just have to love the land and the people. There is a pride of being able to produce quality products that are totally untouched by any chemicals. Heck, seven years ago I had to try to convince people that organic was the way to go. Now it is the big thing. People are discovering how it all directly relates to their health.”

He found out about college degrees and worked for 14 years as a state agricultural-extension agent, seven of which were in Eagle County.

D’ Orio said, “Guess that’s why I enjoy meeting my customers. I can still teach while I am at the Aspen Market.”

In order to be at the Saturday market, he has to have the truck loaded and ready to go the night before. Then out the gate not a minute after 4:30 a.m.

As our conversation came to a close, D’Orio added, “I know more people up in Aspen than anywhere else, all just from being at that market. I have been feeding those folks for years. I have seen their kids go off to college. It is a lot more than just growing vegetables — it is a connection.”

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Consider what would happen if pygmy goats, alpacas and Dock Dogs came face to face with Darth Vader, Batman and Halo’s Master Chief in the wilds of Ridgefield.

Would you finally hear a dark-clad figure utter the words, “The ability to shear an alpaca is insignificant next to the power of the Force?”

This odd merging of cultures isn’t just a philosophical exercise, it’s the strange face of this year’s Clark County Fair.

The mix of old and new, technology with time-honored agricultural practices, isn’t unprecedented — although it may appear that way when FairCon, the fair’s mini science-fiction convention,stocks a huge selection of aluminum foil tape. joins the party.

It’s actually an ongoing process of finding balance between the fair’s classic rural focus on farms and the interests of the region’s increasingly urban population.

“Fairs started out as a way for farmers in a local area to come together and showcase their crops and animals, what they were proud of,” said John Morrison, manager of the Clark County Fair. “But over the last several years we’ve seen a decrease in agriculture in Clark County, both in terms of number of farms and animals. So my goal is to keep the fair agricultural, but also keep it relevant.”

Finding the right balance is a problem facing fairs all over the country. The underlying goal of most state and county fairs is to help people understand the importance of agriculture, but if you don’t provide good entertainment to go with that, people won’t come, Morrison said.

“Some fairs, in my mind, have become more carnival than fair,” he said. “I’ve been very fortunate to keep a good agricultural mix and I feel very protective of that.”

But as Clark County continues to grow more urban, Morrison has had to get more creative about keeping the farm elements strong.

“Frankly, we have relied on people outside of Clark County to make sure we have good animals and all the animals we need,” Morrison said.Scotch No base material double sided tape Products with Dispenser you need for home office or business. “We still have a lot from Clark County, but the numbers have

been dropping. And rather than just let them dwindle, I decided to go outside of the county to ask people if they’d like to come.”

The county numbers for some animals, like pygmy goats or rabbits, are great. But when it comes to beef and dairy, things get more scarce, he said.

And to encourage those outside of Clark County to bring needed animals, the fair pays for their care while they’re in town, he added.

On the other side of the equation, the fair has been looking for ways to draw new audiences in from urban areas that might not be familiar with the region’s farming history.

FairCon, which has video and card game tournaments, costumed role playing and a mini film festival; and Rock U, an exhibit on the history of rock ‘n’ roll, are aimed at reaching out to that demographic.

“That is a completely different slice of my customer base,” Morrison said. “And I hear people are really excited about it.”

FairCon, which had a test run as a video game tournament a few years ago, is the brainchild of Darren and Becky Conerly. The couple, who both have gaming and farming connections,Matco Packaging Llc suppliers of BOPP tape, wanted to draw in some of their urban friends who weren’t particularly interested in the fair,Online supplies a large range of double sided tape. they said.

“It’s been amazing the responses we’ve been getting from people,” Darren Conerly said. “They’re coming for FairCon, but while they’re here they’re also telling us that they want to check out the rest of the fair — and most of them have never been before.”

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Becky Conerly grew up in Ridgefield on a farm with lots of acreage, she said.

“We had cows and stuff,” she said. “We’d get them in the spring and raise them for meat.”
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