Facebook has released a chat room app called “Rooms”, this so called anonymous chat room/forum software is touted as the solution for people wanting privacy when talking online. This is being done in an effort to steer people that don’t use Facebook because they sell /steal and giveaway peoples personal information to the NSA and others . Also, let’s not forget they also conduct psychological tests on their users (1).
Like Facebook suddenly cares about privacy and anonymity!
With companies losing customer credit card data on what seems like an almost daily basis and social network websites that are compromising our private information with no remorse. I thought it was time to put some basic safety tips up to help others. You don’t have to be a criminal to have privacy; it is your right as a human being. I realize many won’t like this list, because habits are hard to break. So here’s the list of the top 8 (Actually 10) things to do immediately to protect your identity online.
LONG BEACH, CALIF. – October 20, 2014 (SDG MEDIAWIRE) – JVC Mobile, worldwide provider of innovative and value-driven car entertainment products, announced it is shipping four in-dash receivers from its anticipated 20 new-for-2015 products. The immediate availability of two multimedia centers and a pair of CD receivers gives retailers and consumers the latest technology and smartphone integration in time for the holiday season.
Not too long before we will see Straight Talk offering the embattled iPhone 6 on the $45 plan. This will be the quickest that Straight Talk will have a latest iPhone model after release. The question that I want to know is how much it will be?
Apple is well known for having quality computers that retain their value longer than PC’s, but like any electronic device after a few years they get to a point where you can’t give them away. After looking at recent sold Ebay listings of retro Apple equipment you might have to rethink giving away that old Mac equipment from the 70’s and 80’s.
This Motorola Moto E is a pretty cool phone that reminds me a lot of the Moto G phones that came out on Straight Talk not so long ago. This phone is only 3G from what we can tell which is kinda sad given that the phone is going to be a little
pricey when it comes out. Ok according to The Sweeper® the Moto E is $100.
A cheap ZTE Android, physically it looks a lot like the ZTE Merit, the Straight Talk ZTE Z667G surely will be under $50 when it comes out.
I like this ZTE smart phone, mainly because of the 8 Megapixel camera, would be nice to see what the photos are like, looks like a cool phone to has some decent specs so should be a popular phone when it gets to Walmart.