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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Senior Correspondent Arnold Woodworth has more stories for you

Teardowns reveal Apple's customary high margins for both iPhone 5S and 5C




Is iOS 7 giving users motion sickness?




Many iPhone users are finding that their third-party cables won't work with iOS 7, all thanks to another Apple money grub.

iPhone users will pay an exorbitant and inexcusable $38, plus tax and shipping, just to charge their phones.




Social Engineering: The Basics

Social engineering is essentially the art of gaining access to buildings, systems or data by exploiting human psychology, rather than by breaking in or using technical hacking techniques.




The First Carbon Nanotube Computer

For the first time, researchers have built a computer whose central processor is based entirely on carbon nanotubes.




15 Free Online Courses That Are Actually Worth Your Time




Another back door to NSA spying on you and your computer.

The author wrote:

"The talk was only nine slides long (.pdf). But those nine slides were potentially dynamite."




Intelligence agencies want 'all the phone records,' defend surveillance programs




Meet The New Comprehensive NSA Reform Package That Could Actually Pass




The Unsung Hero of the NSA Revelations




'See Something, Say Something' Campaign Creates Massive Database Of Useless Info From Citizens Spying On Each Other




Dianne Feinstein Accidentally Confirms That NSA Tapped The Internet Backbone




Metadata May Not Catch Many Terrorists, But It's Great at Busting Journalists' Sources

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