Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 13 May 2014 7:09 pm
Minnesota Senator Al Franken has a few questions about your privacy and the fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S5, and has sent off a letter to Samsung to get some answers. We've seen Franken do the same thing last year when the iPhone 5S debuted with fingerprint scanning technology, so we can't say we're surprised.
The NameTag app for Google Glass isn't anywhere near ready for prime time, but it still manages to get attention.
Some good news this morning for U.S. Sen. Al Franken, and others who worry that anyone with Google Glass is using the $1,500 wearable to stalk them. The esteemed gentleman from Minnesota last week released a letter he sent to FacialNetwork.com, which makes the NameTag app for...
U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., didn't like what he'd heard about the whole Carrier IQ saga. And after receiving answers from the analytics company, he still doesn't like what he hears. On Thursday, Franken, chairman of the Senate Subcommitte on Privacy, Technology and the Law, issued a statement on the reponses he received.
AT&T's user of Carrier IQ extends to its own...