Green Computing – How to Recycle Your Old PC Safely
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- Written on: May 1st, 2009
Do you still have that old computer of yours from the early 90’s? Statistics show that there are enough computers in storage in the U.S. to provide every man, woman, and child with three computers!
So how can you get rid of your old worn out computer? What do you do when you decide to upgrade? Here are Frequently Asked Questions about computer recycling.
Tweetbeep Can See Through Twitter Privacy Protection
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- Written on: November 2nd, 2008
The other day I was getting my teeth filled at the Dentist and my phone vibrated telling me my Dentist had just tweeted! It seems like everyone is on Twitter these days. Some people use it for marketing, some people use it as a public diary, and some people elect to password protect their updates […]
Valuable Data Exposed in Old Cell Phones
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- Written on: September 6th, 2006
It seems that suddenly people are realizing that cellphones have become small computers. There have been dozens of stories ranging form the Journal Star, the Omaha World Herald, and many Internet websites about the kinds of interesting (and important) data that can be recovered from a cell phone by anyone with the ability to download a program off the Internet.
Cell phones are becoming more and more sophisticated as they include web browsing packages, text messaging, ringer downloading programs, and the ability to make wireless online purchases. But when you upgrade your cell phone, what happens to all of the stored text messages, credit card information and contact information?