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Kingston DataTraveler Vault And OS X Yosemite

Hello Khurt, Yes, unfortunately Apple made some changes in their new release of Yosemite that disabled the function of this drive. Please update your drive by clicking on the following link. DTVP: https://kingston.sharefile.com/d/s76eab95d8a547f5b Important Please Read! 1. The updater will format the device during the update process and all data will be lost. 2. Please back up your data! to either a Mac based system which is running an earlier version of Mac OS (Pre-Yosemite) or you may back up…

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The 8GB iPhone is ridiculous

... what I want to point out is that, today, offering a device like the iPhone with just 8GB of internal storage is simply ridiculous. It could work if the App Store didn’t exist, but let’s be frank here: 8GB are barely manageable once you put music on the device and start shooting photos and videos.Riccardo Mori Agreed!…

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How secure is the the Internet of Things

Typically, these systems are powered by specialized computer chips made by companies such as Broadcom, Qualcomm, and Marvell. These chips are cheap, and the profit margins slim. Aside from price, the way the manufacturers differentiate themselves from each other is by features and bandwidth. They typically put a version of the Linux operating system onto the chips, as well as a bunch of other open-source and proprietary components and drivers. They do as little engineering as possible before shipping, and…

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ThisLife "Review"

When Apple released iOS 5 they introduced iCloud to help with syncing content on your phone back to your desktop. The idea was simple. Create content on your iPhone or iPad and back it up to the cloud and continue editing on your Mac. Apple updated the iWork's and iLife iOS and OS X app so that you could work from anywhere. But the feature that got the most attention was Photostream. The one feature of Photostream that I like…

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It's about price

Fraser Spiers [reviews the 7" Nexus](http://speirs.org/blog/2012/8/2/thoughts-on-the-google-nexus-7.html) > I think the truth is that this isn't about portability at all: it's about price. You give up features from smartphones (cameras, cellular) and full-size tablets (screen space, storage) to get to a $200 price point.…

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