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It's summer and the sun is getting hotter while the day get longer. So find tips on how to travel with your pet.
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Motorola Solutions reportedly acquired by Zebra Technologies

Motorola Solutions reportedly acquired by Zebra Technologies
The Financial Times is reporting that Motorola Solution has been acquired by Zebra Technologies, an inventory tracking company.
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Cracking Atlanta Subway's Poorly-Encrypted RFID Smart Cards Is a Breeze, Part II

Source: AppleSlashdot

McGruber (1417641) writes In December 2013, Slashdot reported the arrest of seven metro Atlanta residents for allegedly selling counterfeit MARTA Breeze cards, stored-value smart cards that passengers use as part of an automated fare collection system on Atlanta's subway. Now, six months later (June 2014), the seven suspects have finally been indicted. According to the indictment, the co-conspirators purchased l ...
Full article at: AppleSlashdot Jun 28 2014, 12:33pm CDT
 

Bluetooth Low Energy: The not-so-obvious Uses

By Mike Loukides “The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads,” as Jeff...
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Designers create a Faraday-cage cloak to foil NSA, other spies

Source: Ars Technica

The Amazing Monochrome Signal-Blocking Dreamcoat (or so we would have named it). Coop Himmeb(l)au Storing phones in odd places has become a favorite practice of those afraid of spies infiltrating their devices. Edward Snowden famously asked visitors in Hong Kong to stash their phones in a refrigerator. And it's not an unfounded fear: it is theoretically possible for even a phone that is p ...
Full article at: Ars Technica Jun 16 2014, 10:40am CDT
 

Three Major Wireless Carriers form Isis for Mobile Phone Payments

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