Old but gold

Every time I buy a new consumer electronic product, I immediately have a flashback of how the same product used to look like five of ten years ago. Some things have changed for the better (no need to pull your

Old but gold

Every time I buy a new consumer electronic product, I immediately have a flashback of how the same product used to look like five of ten years ago. Some things have changed for the better (no need to pull your

Increasing usability while keeping things simple

One of the things I enjoy the most in consumer electronics is designers’ ability to add more features that do not require additional controls. Being an owner of a few digital cameras, I am pleased to see that Canon and

Increasing usability while keeping things simple

One of the things I enjoy the most in consumer electronics is designers’ ability to add more features that do not require additional controls. Being an owner of a few digital cameras, I am pleased to see that Canon and

Upcoming project: NFC payment security

Based on the previous discussion about Near-Field Communications security on the physical layer, I have planned to put everything together into a practical demonstration which should appear here in the coming months!

Upcoming project: NFC payment security

Based on the previous discussion about Near-Field Communications security on the physical layer, I have planned to put everything together into a practical demonstration which should appear here in the coming months!

Those guys should be making a lot of money; thoughts on NFC

A patent titled Electronically switchable RFID tags (filed in 2006) could be the answer to all security concerns revolving around proximity card payments. Instead of shielding and Faraday caging that other people have suggested, Steven is implying that an internal

Those guys should be making a lot of money; thoughts on NFC

A patent titled Electronically switchable RFID tags (filed in 2006) could be the answer to all security concerns revolving around proximity card payments. Instead of shielding and Faraday caging that other people have suggested, Steven is implying that an internal

Redundancy in user interface

What I keep seeing everywhere is redundant items in graphical user interface that add extra steps on the way to access something. Like someone somewhere on the Internet said, don’t let developers develop UI. I can see where people are

Redundancy in user interface

What I keep seeing everywhere is redundant items in graphical user interface that add extra steps on the way to access something. Like someone somewhere on the Internet said, don’t let developers develop UI. I can see where people are