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The promise of Windows Hello — only for the next generation?

As I mentioned in my TEQ Column, Windows Hello (a feature of Windows 10) can revolutionize the way we secure our data.  But that may have to wait for future generations — because the hardware required is not standard equipment … Continue reading

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Cells phones – early demos & how they predict behavior

There’s a great article in the New York Times Magazine about cell phone innovation.  The first part describes a very early demo of the Motorola DynaTAC phone in Manhattan.  The DynaTAC revolutionized the cell industry. The second part is a … Continue reading

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Could Free Wi-Fi Be Coming to YOUR Neighborhood?

The federal government is hatching a plan to bring free wi-fi to your neighoborhood – and many neighborhoods across the United States – according to this report by The Washington Post’s Cecilia Kang. The heavenly view is that this would … Continue reading

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Apparently the futurists at Cisco think that somebody who is currently living will live to the ripe old age of 300.  That would *start* to approach the ages that the old testiment described for Noah, Methusela and others.  (Before the … Continue reading

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