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I Am i'm, Therefore I'm a Watch

Generally, I don't follow any ad links I see in my web-browser window. If I do follow one, though, it must be something really extraordinary or, at least, bloody interesting and intriguing.

This morning I saw such an ad: it was a picture of a watch, called „i'm Watch“. What I liked was that the mar... (read more)


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Is iPhone Really 4S?

Who could have foreseen that Apple's servers would be overloaded after the iPhone 4s and iOS 5 sales launch? Not Apple.

Many of the company's new products purchasers in Europe are complaining about problems with updating their operating systems and activation of the newly acquired Cupertino gadgets... (read more)


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With the Head in the Cloud

BlackBerry has been going downhill for quite a long time already. Ten years ago a BlackBerry devices were a cult: possessing one automatically promoted you to the rank of the most genteel. And who buys BlackBerry today? Right, nobody. Or almost nobody.

Such rapid downfall of the erstwhile market le... (read more)


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The State Trojan

That's a nice story, I must say.

It turned out that the government of one of the German states has been spying on its citizens' computers. Well, not the computers of all citizens, just of those who 'seemed suspicious' to the officials.

These guys had malicious software implanted onto the machines of the suspects'. The program ... (read more)


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Spying around

I have always been concerned about my Facebook or Twitter profile security. No, of course I understand that the only way to keep them private is not to register at all. Our world doesn't leave such an option for us, however: we all want to be trendy and, what is more important, popular… So lots of p... (read more)


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Google everywhere

You know, it seems to me that there are no other IT companies in the world besides Google. The then unobtrusive search engine has now turned into a whole empire that creates software and web products, the scope of which embraces, frankly, everything.

This time the giant has made another step on t... (read more)


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Let's Not Make It Overbloated

The public reaction to Steve Jobs' death yesterday astonished me, to say the least. In fact, I was taken aback. Since when such deification of talented managers is in the order of the things?

What I mean is that there is absolutely now doubt Job was a visionary who was able to lead an unprecedented... (read more)