Everyone is hoping that the “Internet of things” will bring a multi-billion market within a few years, from intelligent widgets to appliances and automobiles. But it may be more a pipe dream and a fizzle, unfortunately.
Recently, the national cable TV provider started recommending that computer users should detect and protect against DNS infections and violations. What should a typical user do?
Some of you might be persuaded that cloud computing is the be all and end all to computing and our data, and that the localized server and data repositories are going the way of the dinosaur soon.