If you have an iPhone, this may be of interest to you. Your phone keeps a month-long log of where you spend your time. It records every stop during your day, when you got there, and how long you stayed there.
If you've ever watched TV shows like 'Long Island Medium,' you've seen the stunned looks on people's faces when the psychics start to get positive "hits." The guy in the video above amazes strangers with specific information, but there's one catch: he's not even a little bit psychic.
The next time you're ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, frittering and wasting the hours in an offhand way on the Internet, you can take some of the guesswork out of which websites are reporting your activity to the government.
New technology is out that could make you disappear. Scientists have been working on this for a while and I mentioned on the radio that they have made it come to fruition. Well, I watched the video and I'm not sure if it is real or if they are just using a screen to mask what is going on.
There's a new app available that kids are using at an alarming rate. This app lets them send video, pictures or text or a combination of all of them. People think it's being used for sexting and so far research says it's not.
Probably all of us can look at a printed magazine or catalog and know what to do with it. But what does that same paper-and-ink technology mean to a society that's growing up with touch-screen technology like the IPad?
A representative from the largest Police cities is in front of congress right now to ask all cell phone providers to hang on to all information and all text messages from their subscribers in order to help solve crimes in which text have been sent then erased.
It's a changing world and Boston Scientific is at the forefront. Recently, the medical device manufacturer decided to do away with paper sales brochures in favor of IPads and cloud-based technology that would allow their sales staff to walk into a potential client without a single piece of paper on them.
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