But the people who can exploit the system probably know it already:
In a fit of foot-stomping reminiscent of the recent court-ordered ban on a
talk regarding the vulnerabilities in the MiFare Classic-based CharlieCard
transport payment system, the Discovery Channel – which owns the show –
were told in no uncertain terms that “they were not going to air this
episode talking about how hackable this stuff was, and Discovery backed way
down, being a large corporation that depends on the revenue of the
advertisers.” Savage continues with the explanation that the idea of an
RFID-busting show is now “on Discovery’s radar and they won’t let us go
via Mythbusters RFID episode banned | bit-tech.net.
Really shows how much the iPhone camera has evolved, the biggest jump being
the 3G to 3GS one. I’m sure other smartphones will have a similar trend as
well. 2009-10 seems to be the time when the camera modules came of their own
via How does the iPhone 5 camera compare to previous iPhone cameras?.
Tagged: Apple, Camera , comparison, iPhone
Intel is finally revealing details for its impending Atom successor launch,
named Silvermont. Wonder whether Motorola+Google have some interesting things
lined up using these parts. And then of course there’s Microsoft that needs
high performing, but low cost Win 8\Blue devices.
Either way, things look really promising both on the power and performance
front, which can only mean good things for the mobile industry as a whole:
The mobile market is far more competitive than the PC industry was back when
Conroe hit. There isn’t just one AMD but many competitors in the SoC space
Too much of research?
@gruber IBM predicts Google Glass in a 2000 commercial—especially the
personality of its users. youtube.com/watch?v=Flvd5g…
Kieran Healy (@kjhealy) May 06, 2013
Tagged: Advertisement, Glass, Google , IBM, Prediction, Premonition
New Product Development explained simply:
…there’s just a tremendous amount of craftsmanship in between a great
idea and a great product. And as you evolve that great idea, it changes and
grows. It never comes out like it starts because you learn a lot more as you
get into the subtleties of it. And you also find there are tremendous
tradeoffs that you have to make. There are just certain things you can’t
make electrons do. There are certain things you can’t make plastic do. Or
glass do. Or factories do. Or robots do.
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