Archive for November 2014

We noticed an increase in these fraudulent calls posing as Microsoft or another well-known entity. Recently one of our clients received one of these calls and allowed the appellant away on their computers.

After the caller has taken control of their computer, he asked for a credit card number he could charge $ 400.00 on on. He said that if he did not receive what he intended to harm the entire document and image files of our customers.

Our respected customer and once they were on the phone with these people called the credit card company to suspend the charges.

The credit card company will reimburse half the total since our client had respected the wishes callers.

We do not know of a legitimate company that call and request to a remote computer. Ask us how to disable remote access.

NEW IPAD

• Apple does not mention the iPad when it rolled on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Apple will probably update its range of tablet in time for the holiday sales period by making an announcement. The big question is what Apple can do to refresh the iPad line? There will be a larger screen? This option gold long rumor will finally make an appearance? Maybe Apple will add near-field communication (NFC) support and Apple pay its iPads.

Apple will introduce a gold version of the Air iPad soon and they are working on a 12.9-inch iPad. Reports are that the larger iPad screen will be available in 2015 and will be called iPad Pro.

• Touch ID is already available in the iPhone, and will be essential if Apple Pay is extended to the iPad line. It is said that the touch and Apple ID Pay are cooked in the new iPads October reason.

• The near field communication will be important for the growth of the iPad as a payment engine. The chip was built into the iPhone 6 and iPad will come with the new line, allowing users to make payments via Apple employee.

• No design changes are expected this year at the iPad line. In fact, it is quite possible that the iPad Air will be exactly the same this year as it did in 2013.

NEW YORK – A computer technician for a company contracted to do work for schools in Long Island pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography.

Ryan Ramdass Queens Village pleaded guilty Friday to promoting sexual performance of a child.

The employer Ramdass worked for schools in Levittown. A spokesman for the Queens DA said there was no indications of any images were children in the district.

A search warrant in May 2013 from the house of Ramdass found thousands of videos and images of child pornography on his laptop and external hard drives.

Queens Supreme Court Dorothy Chin-Brandt said she will condemn Ramdass February to June years in prison on January 8.

Defense lawyer Peter Brill said his client takes responsibility for his actions and wants to move.

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