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Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It


Whether privacy will be dead, ailing or invigorated by a strong new privacy-rights infrastructure is a matter of debate, but there is consensus over one thing: It won't be the same 10 years from now as it is today. "The concept of privacy will shift and much of our lives will be exposed," suggested privacy attorney Lisa Sotto, "but we'll have a better understanding of what we want to protect."
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Have Intel and Microsoft Discovered the Fountain of Corporate Youth?


Both Microsoft and Intel are listening to their partners and actually responding. The products coming to market reflect the fact that, once again, they both care about the people who build their components into products. In the past, OEMs complained that Microsoft blew them off, and Intel just told them what they were going to get. Now, they are striving to keep them happy and successful.
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Re: How to Speed Up a Sluggish Android Smartphone  Patrick Nelson  2014-03-24 10:42:04
Re: How to Speed Up a Sluggish Android Smartphone  Roy  2014-12-20 11:09:54
Re: BMW's Self-Parking Tech Relieves Drivers From Circling the Lot  Peter Suciu  2014-12-18 13:09:54
Re: BMW's Self-Parking Tech Relieves Drivers From Circling the Lot  stenci  2014-12-19 14:26:34
Re: Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It  John P. Mello Jr.  2014-12-18 12:18:24
Re: Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It  frodo4000  2014-12-18 15:00:23
Re: Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It  Techguru  2014-12-19 06:51:10
Re: FIDO Pursues Vision of a Password-Free World  John P. Mello Jr.  2014-12-18 23:04:17
Re: FIDO Pursues Vision of a Password-Free World  hitoshianatomi  2014-12-18 23:11:08
Re: Google's Cardboard VR Kit Is Really No Joke  Katherine Noyes  2014-12-17 10:07:56
Re: Google's Cardboard VR Kit Is Really No Joke  simon35335  2014-12-17 22:55:01
Re: Power Plant: One Small Leaf Could Electrify an Entire Home  Richard Adhikari  2011-03-28 14:32:01
Re: Power Plant: One Small Leaf Could Electrify an Entire Home  Bob_Blaylock  2014-12-17 12:50:43
source of electricity  crispy  2011-03-31 01:14:38
This reminds me of it  7up  2011-03-30 21:21:13
What about the solar part?  JC_Roth  2011-03-29 00:56:25
A leaf is fine, now you need a tree  wildcatherder  2011-03-28 19:01:36
Actual scientific link?  aoeu  2011-03-28 18:59:11
electrical source?  crispy  2011-03-30 18:25:29
Re: Have Intel and Microsoft Discovered the Fountain of Corporate Youth?  Rob Enderle  2014-12-15 07:14:24
Re: Have Intel and Microsoft Discovered the Fountain of Corporate Youth?  CM2014  2014-12-15 13:56:25
Re: Plundered Pirate Bay May Be Back in Business  Richard Adhikari  2014-12-11 09:16:11
Re: Plundered Pirate Bay May Be Back in Business  LarryBoy  2014-12-13 21:59:10
Re: Hawking Sounds Alarm Over AI's End Game  Katherine Noyes  2014-12-05 09:10:06
Re: Hawking Sounds Alarm Over AI's End Game  Martin_Odber  2014-12-07 14:14:39
Re: Hawking Sounds Alarm Over AI's End Game  Techguru  2014-12-12 22:27:41
Re: Hawking Sounds Alarm Over AI's End Game  Martin_Odber  2014-12-13 13:56:11
Re: Apple Doesn't Need No Stinking Streaming Media Stick!  Chris Maxcer  2014-12-05 20:20:23
Re: Apple Doesn't Need No Stinking Streaming Media Stick!  stephen_victor  2014-12-08 04:14:36
Re: Apple Doesn't Need No Stinking Streaming Media Stick!  CMaxcer  2014-12-12 19:23:21
Re: Apple Doesn't Need No Stinking Streaming Media Stick!  androidguybill  2014-12-07 08:40:11
Re: Apple Doesn't Need No Stinking Streaming Media Stick!  tmgdfsm  2014-12-07 19:26:13
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Re: All Things Appy: 5 Best Radio Apps for Android  netclift  2014-12-10 21:34:11
Re: All Things Appy: 5 Best Radio Apps for Android  rupok  2013-09-16 07:42:32
Re: Toyota's Mirai Aims to Kick Fuel-Cell Tech Into High Gear  Peter Suciu  2014-11-18 10:09:20
Re: Toyota's Mirai Aims to Kick Fuel-Cell Tech Into High Gear  shortlink  2014-12-02 10:07:13
Re: China Suspected in Attacks on USPS, NOAA  John P. Mello Jr.  2014-11-20 10:41:04
Re: China Suspected in Attacks on USPS, NOAA  Llewen  2014-11-20 15:33:45
Re: FCC Chair Asserts Independence in Net Neutrality Fracas  Richard Adhikari  2014-11-13 08:55:06
Re: FCC Chair Asserts Independence in Net Neutrality Fracas  farmerbob  2014-11-13 14:25:04
Re: Texting Drivers Willing to Play With Fire  Erika Morphy  2014-11-10 11:21:15
Re: Texting Drivers Willing to Play With Fire  ValWright  2014-11-12 22:50:49
Re: Dell: Using Technology to Change the World  Rob Enderle  2014-11-11 02:42:31
Re: Dell: Using Technology to Change the World  Llewen  2014-11-12 19:30:22
Re: Foodini: Presto Chango, Your Dinner Is Printed  Katherine Noyes  2014-11-07 21:45:13
Re: Foodini: Presto Chango, Your Dinner Is Printed  nav_12310  2014-11-07 22:01:48
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Rob Enderle  2014-11-03 05:35:48
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  SlyRobber  2014-11-07 06:48:44
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Repulsive  2014-11-04 09:07:56
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Llewen  2014-11-05 09:47:26
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Repulsive  2014-11-05 12:06:54
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Llewen  2014-11-05 12:44:14
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Repulsive  2014-11-05 13:40:49
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Llewen  2014-11-05 14:08:03
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Repulsive  2014-11-06 05:39:25
Re: Defining a Hero: Why It Matters That Apple's CEO Is Gay  Jeremy2487  2014-11-04 06:00:07
Re: Facebook's Voter Turnout Efforts: Good, Bad or Pointless?  Richard Adhikari  2014-11-07 06:36:09
Re: Facebook's Voter Turnout Efforts: Good, Bad or Pointless?  SlyRobber  2014-11-07 06:45:34
Re: Find My iPhone? Find Me! Lost Phone Feature Helps Rescuers Locate Crashed Car  Richard Adhikari  2014-10-16 09:48:39
Re: Find My iPhone? Find Me! Lost Phone Feature Helps Rescuers Locate Crashed Car  victoriaappsted  2014-11-04 03:57:40
Re: Find My iPhone? Find Me! Lost Phone Feature Helps Rescuers Locate Crashed Car  MitchH  2014-10-16 15:26:56
Re: Find My iPhone? Find Me! Lost Phone Feature Helps Rescuers Locate Crashed Car  Fetrow  2014-10-21 21:28:03
Re: Find My iPhone? Find Me! Lost Phone Feature Helps Rescuers Locate Crashed Car  jaredporter  2014-10-16 09:54:43

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