Monthly Archives: August 2011

Wireless Security Breakthrough!

from the pages of MIT news: Researchers demonstrate the first wireless security scheme that can protect against “man-in-the-middle” attacks — but doesn’t require a password. In early August, at the Def Con conference — a major annual gathering of computer … Continue reading

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Apple’s Most Amazing Products Under Steve Jobs

From the pages of Gizmodo. From 1974 up until the other night (with a brief NeXT/Pixar interlude), Steve Jobspowered the company that brought the world some of the most innovative products we’ve ever known. (Screw you, wheel!) These are his greatest … Continue reading

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Prepare your home and business for Irene

We are fortunate to have time to make preparations for Irene, a serious category 2-3 hurricane with the potential damage or destroy your home or business.  Here are a few simple things you can do BEFORE the storm to prepare. … Continue reading

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Sony’s new A77 camera is amazing!

From the pages of USA Today, check out this video review of the new A77.  Extremely good photos, but even better video.  Technically advanced?  Nothing better for less than $1,500.

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SpyEye hacker toolkit to lead to surge in cyberattacks

Yikes!  As if there was not already enough to fear on the internet.  This is why you need to trust the professionals at TMI to look after your security.  From the pages of USA Today: The odds that a cybergang … Continue reading

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Best Buy Offering Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with TV Purchase

Here at TMI Medical Solutions, we have been field testing the Galaxy Tab as a viable competitor to the iPad for a few weeks. While the iPad is a terrific machine, the Galaxy Tab is a player. If you are … Continue reading

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So long TouchPad, we barely got to know you.

From the pages of Venture Beat, HP Kills WebOS hardware business When HP says it’s exiting its hardware business, you’d best believe. The company confirmed today that in addition to spinning off its PC hardware business, it’s also killing its webOS devices, including … Continue reading

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We got you covered at work, but what about cloud storage at home?

The Best Way to Store Stuff in the Cloud (from the pages of Gizmodo) Cloud storage services are everywhere these days. The internet has gotten cloudier than my memories of Burning Man ’05. Each claims to rule the sky, but … Continue reading

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ZDNet: Five reasons why you should forget the BlackBerry

From the pages of ZDNet: Summary: The BlackBerry manufacturer is going downhill, and investing in one for the back to school season would be unwise. Here are five reasons why. Research in Motion, the BlackBerry manufacturer, wooed the hearts and minds … Continue reading

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