The Tap App
(AKA “Friday Fun”) (And Cisco is in the News again..)
Loyal readers know I am not an iPerson, and that I do not own a single iGadget — so I don’t write about those wonderful apps you can download from the iStore via iTunes, and keep synced with your iCloud.
But if I cared about ratings, I would probably – sooner or later – have to produce a Top 10 Apps list, and keep you updated on the hot new apps. Just to compete with everyone else who’s doing it. Instead..
Here is a video demonstration of one app for the iPad that actually made me consider rethinking the usefulness of that iDevice. Check it out and see if you don’t agree.
And all joking aside, I should be clear: I do fix and support Apple computers and laptops in my shop.
And I looked at the latest crop of Windows Phones yesterday. They don’t suck. (But I’d hold off til the next crop.)
It’s Friday. The weekend’s almost here. It’s summer. Not a bad combo…
Another Oopsie?! Department: Cisco is in the news. Again. Hackers can break into your Cisco TelePresence sessions
“Major security holes in the Cisco TelePresence product line could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code, cause a denial-of-service condition, or inject commands.
If you rely on Cisco TelePresence products for sensive business communications, you might want to stop what you are doing and pay attention..” Read more..
“Android malware posing as Super Mario or Grand Theft Auto wallpaper can get on your phone and, gasp, send SMS messages to a premium-rate number. Oh no, what will we ever do?” Read more..
(Too funny. But, well, since this is targeting pubescent teens.. I suspect it’ll work. [Every single solitary thing on the ‘net is aimed at pubescent teens, I am beginning to think.] Super Mario wallpaper? Yeah, I want that.)
“Most of us have a Facebook profile, and most of us take a haphazard approach to segregating our business and personal lives. That can cause serious headaches, thanks to a troublesome new Facebook feature.” Read more..
(I have never regretted not Facebook-ing, but many times have been glad I don’t!)
Today’s quote: “An intelligent person is never afraid or ashamed to find errors in his understanding of things.” ~ Bryant H. McGill
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