Taiwan Probe Finds 12 Smartphone Brands Violate Privacy Rules – Yahoo News

Internet of Things Supply Chains By @Microsoft | @ThingsExpo [#IoT] | Linux

Others contained “imperfections” which do not conform with the law, Yu said, without elaborating. The NCC’s findings will be released within weeks, he added. Smartphones from Apple Inc, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and HTC Corp were among the top 5 bestselling handsets in Taiwan during the third-quarter, according to industry data firm IDC. Xiaomi said its phones were also among the 12 most popular in Taiwan. Yu said the government would ask the offending brands to modify their handsets.
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AnandTech | Western Digital My Passport Wireless Review

Consumers can choose either a mobile device (with the WD My Cloud app installed) or a computer to connect to the SSID tips in installing home security systems and proceed with the setup. On a mobile device, the app automatically recognizes the My Passport Wireless device responsible for the SSID and provides a way to configure it (in terms of operation mode, access password and other details). We decided to go the PC route. Gallery: WD My Passport Wireless – PC Setup Screenshots The initial setup involves setting a password and altering the default SSID (optionally). After this process, the PC needs to be reconnected to the new SSID with the updated security settings. The dashboard presents all the important details such as remaining hard drive space, remaining battery charge, operation mode (direct connection or hot-spot), firmware version and system time. The remaining pages (navigable via easy to identify icons in the top bar of the UI) allow for further configuration including setting up of additional Wi-Fi networks, administrator settings, turning on/off SSH and FTP access, diagnostics, DLNA and SD card import settings etc.
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