I haven’t really ridden a bike in over 20 years and it’s something I have been seriously considering over the last year. It first started with the attraction to the all-electric Zero Motorcycles but I think I have a winner – the sport-touring bikes. Great video review here.
Here’s my pick anyways.
Only 6 Messaging Apps Are Truly Secure
It’s slim pickings for mobile users who want truly secure messaging: According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), only six applications pass the security test.
EFF examined 39 services—including popular tools from Apple, Google, Facebook, BlackBerry, Microsoft, and Yahoo.
iDrive promises unlimited cloud-based phone backups for $5 per year
As phone and SD card storage space continues to expand, the limited (cost-effective) options to backup your device remain few and far between (Apple I’m looking at you, 128 GB iPhone 6 and 10 gb free iCloud, yea no thanks).
iDrive’s newly launched service looks to alleviate that concern.
While I haven’t yet tried out the service (at the time of writing), iDrive’s website say’s
Backup your device contacts, photos, videos, calendar events on iOS, in addition, you can backup SMS, call logs and apps, on android – in a single touch!
And to top it off, it’s cross-platform, so it should get easier to sync contacts if you carry and Apple and an Android device like me. Needless to say, this is on my list of to-do things.
Check it out here
It’s officially one of the most exciting open source projects on the web. And today, almost three years after the first commit, Adobe’s lightweight code editor Brackets is launching in 1.0 atFuture of Web Design New York.
Photo: (Flickr/Jan-Willem Reusink)
The iPhone 7 rumors have already started and some of them stem from features introduced for the first time in the Apple Watch. The iPhone 7 is expected to come out either in the spring or fall next year.
Stuff.TV notes that a number of technological aspects of the Apple Watch could benefit an iPhone.