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Welcome to this week's Technology Updates, a vibrant mix of hot topics and future trends.

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This week technology was as slow as fast moving molasses. Let's quickly recap a few events to prove this point:

- Apple releases new iPhone. What's so special about it? It is bigger than the previous one.

- Apple releases iWatch.  If you need to spend a few hundred dollars to have a device to tell you that you have a phone call coming and that you are too lazy to reach into your pocket, than this device is for you.

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Nude Pictures

What sparks your interest more? The theft of 1.2 billion user names and passwords, or a few nude pictures of celebrities? Perhaps the nude pictures received more attention, but you should be concerned about both. This time the target was iCloud. The cloud storage built by Apple, available on Apple's all the devices and computers. Highly convenient for content synchronization, application delivery, music storage and more, iCloud is an obvious choice for many users. According to Apple, iCloud gives you a 'peace of mind' when you loose your phone.

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Hacking with your smart phone

Readers of this newsletter are accustomed to and perhaps even tired of reading about topics regarding computer hacking. Even the 'How to harvest 1. 2 billion private information' description from previous issue was too challenging and some readers complained. Let's switch the proverbial gears and see what anybody can do simply with their smart phone.

This is another article in the 'How to...' series. This week we will show how to get through any door in 6 easy steps.

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