The article, How to Avoid Malware, from PC World provides guidelines on how to stay safe on the internet.
GFI Labs has uncovered a simple scam from Gmail Hacker Pro software, which claims it can recover passwords for a fee of $29.99. Users are reminded not to use this widly-circulated program because Google Gmail has a password recovery and reset for nothing using its own service.
Scosche now has Scosche freeKEY, a wireless and water-resistant keyboard for your tablet. The keyboard features a flexible reol-up design and has a retractable USB cable for charging. Cost: $59.99
There is a Delicious App for your Blackberry. You can download and purchase the social bookmarking App for $5.99 from Blackberry’s App World.
This social bookmarking App will allow you to post a bookmark and search Delicious bookmarks directly from your blackberry browser.
Other Features Include:
Posting bookmarks to Delicious
Searching Bookmarks on Delicious
Integrated in your Blackberry browser
The next iteration of the iPad 2 and the iPhone for AT&T, will have Near-Field Communication (NFC) capability enabling these mobile devices to be used in making purchases. NFC is a technology that can beam and receive information at a distance of up to 4 inches. Other mobile vendors will also begin to incorporate NFC in their mobile devices.
Need a paper clip and a USB drive? Verbatim has a new USB called the “Clip-it” in 2GB and 4GB capacity. This new device allows you to store your digital data as well as clip the drive onto papers to hold them together.
The “Clip-it” is available in black, white, yellow, green, pink, blue and orange and a 4GB USB ranges in price from about $18.00 – $19.00, except for the new “Green” color. This new color will cost you about $23-$24.
Here is a great link if you are involved with or interested in technology in the health care field. It is: http://www.pewinternet.org/Presentations/2010/Jun/TogoRun.aspx