Mobile Tech From Spy Agencies Down to Mainstream

Rewatching the MI-5 series from BBC. First, it's a TV show. Very well done. Very different from any show in the US. We don't have much way of public surveillance those close circuit cameras have.

But imagine what kind of mobile tech that are currently being employed in spycraft that we don't know about. More than that, how over the years, this will trickle down into the more mainstream consumer markets.

Longer battery life, faster and reliable wireless connection, more secured encryptions to protect our privacy, and small packaging with more powerful computing power.

At least, that what I hope is the case. I would hate to find out Home Office or the Homeland Security is using the same technology that I am.

Then again, I suppose it's how you use it.


-- Post From My iPad

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