As reported earlier, tablets are expected to outsell desktop and laptop computers in the 4th quarter of this year.
Sascha Segan in her review in PCMagazine of the tablet market writes that “The new Apple iPad mini With Retina display ($399 to $829) is just a shrunken iPad Air. It’s so similar to Apple’s flagship tablet that your decision will pretty much be completely based on size and price. Like the Air, this is one of the slimmest and best-built tablets you’ll find anywhere. It’s an absolute pleasure to use. But unlike the large-screen Air, the iPad mini has many viable small-tablet competitors that are much less expensive, making it less of a must-buy and more of a luxury purchase.”
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The New York Times reports that “The C.I.A. is paying AT&T more than $10 million a year to assist with overseas counterterrorism investigations by exploiting the company’s vast database of phone records, which includes Americans’ international calls, according to government officials.”
How do you feel about this?
Do you believe that this is the only company where your personal information is being supplied to the government?
Are you finding that the wireless service in your home or office is not giving you the range or service that you need? Confused about which wireless router you should buy? It’s great having a speedy wireless network, but if you only get great speed when you are right next to the router and get no signal if you leave the room, then speed doesn’t mean so much. You need to boost the signal’s range.
PCMag.com offers 10 suggestions on how to increase the range and speed of your wireless network
Do you what to look for when buying a router? Home and small business users can feel frustrated about purchasing, setting up, and maintaining a wireless router and their own wireless networks. Although I recommend hiring someone to set up your wireless network, PCMag.com offers some tips for picking out the perfect Wi-Fi router for your home or small business.