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How To Track People By Their Cell Phones

http://waysandhow.com/ In this age of technology and modern gadgets, locating people is no longer just the stuff of science fiction or something only the big...

Via Christopher Pearsall
Christopher Pearsall's curator insight, December 3, 2013 8:07 PM

This is an interesting and dangerous video.  Why do I say dangerous? Because the video focuses on the possible positive aspects of the tracking technology rather than considering the very dangerous aspects.  In divorce cases it would be all too easy for one spouse to tracking other spouse and literally stalk them.  Stalking someone in a divorce proceeding may well be illegal in many states.  What many spouses in a divorce don't understand is that their spouse still has a reasonable expectation of privacy regarding where they are and what they are doing.  This reasonable expectation of privacy may be protected by various laws and case law.  


This type of video is dangerous because it allows males or females to potentially track someone that they are interested in who may not want their attention.  Additionally since most young people today also have cellular phones it is very easy for a pedophile or sexual deviant to get the cell phone number of a small child or adolescent and victimize them by following them to a deserted place and deducting them or taking advantage of them.


Technology and cellular phones with all their bells and whistles maybe very enjoyable, but they come with their hidden dangers as well.  Parents and soon-to-be ex-spouses need to be aware of these dangers in order to protect themselves.  Children also need to be instructed on the dangers relating to cellular phones and parents need to do whatever can be done with their cellular provider in order to protect the child.




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SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive review: Android file transfers made easy | PCWorld

SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive review: Android file transfers made easy | PCWorld | YR | Scoop.it
Cables? We don't need no stinkin' cables!

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Microsoft could bring Android apps to Windows

Microsoft could bring Android apps to Windows | YR | Scoop.it

Of Microsoft’s many challenges in mobile, none loom larger than the app deficit: it only takes a popular new title like Flappy Bird to highlight what the company is missing out on. Windows 8 apps are also few and far between, and Microsoft is stuck in a position where it’s struggling to generate developer interest in its latest style of apps across phones and tablets. Some argue Microsoft should dump Windows Phone and create its own "forked" version of Android — not unlike what Amazon has done with its Kindle Fire tablets — while others claim that’s an unreasonably difficult task. With a new, mobile- and cloud-focused CEO in place, Nokia's decision to build an Android phone, and rumors of Android apps coming to Windows, could we finally see Microsoft experimenting with Google’s forbidden fruit?


Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the company is seriously considering allowing Android apps to run on both Windows and Windows Phone. While planning is ongoing and it's still early, we’re told that some inside Microsoft favor the idea of simply enabling Android apps inside its Windows and Windows Phone Stores, while others believe it could lead to the death of the Windows platform altogether. The mixed (and strong) feelings internally highlight that Microsoft will need to be careful with any radical move.

Via Philippe J DEWOST
Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, February 13, 2014 4:42 PM

Apparently Nokia has it already done

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DevOps: The Future Of DIY IT? – ReadWrite

DevOps: The Future Of DIY IT? – ReadWrite | YR | Scoop.it
New Gartner research confirms what we've long suspected: traditional IT is dead and DevOps is booming.
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