For quite some time we were puzzled by the one-star reviews that were left on Amazon for our product. These were “Verified Purchase” reviews. Supposedly the customers purchased our product, were dissatisfied, then left a negative review. Strange enough, none of these customers reached out to us for support when they encountered problems. They just […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Big news that Equifax leaked personal info of 143 million Americans. In the wake of the news, people were directed to check their status at the website www.equifaxsecurity2017.com. The domain name sounded fishy, in the same sense as someone claiming that ebay-security-alerts.com is an official Ebay site. So a lot of people are asking whether […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Jawbone, invested by top-tier venture capital firms such as Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz, once valued at more than $3bn, closed its doors, leaving customers hanging. Some attributed its failure to “overfunding“, others blamed a shrinking wearables market. But in our opinion, the reason is simple and dry – it’s a case of crappy products. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Torch Router started out as a Kickstarter campaign in October 2015, and started shipping in October 2016. On May 9, 2017 some Torch users received emails informing them that Torch ceased operations. On May 31, 2017 it went completely dark, to the dismay of many. Since we also offer a parental control solution on […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
We are thrilled that PC Magazine recently ran a review of our router product. In summary this is what they said: The Peace Wireless Router applies content filtering and Internet time scheduling to every device on your home network, but getting it configured requires some serious tech expertise. While we are happy about the first […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
An article on TNW claimed that the cybersecurity industry is a billion dollar scam. Now that’s something new. Something I’ve never thought of. Something sensational. But to call a whole industry scam you have to back your claim with substance. The fact that the security industry exists because of increasing security threats does not make […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Just two days ago, Yahoo! reported that the second most successful campaign in Indiegogo history was plagued with a lawsuit and questionable claims. That is by no means the only such incident in the crowdfunding game. In 2013, the Kreyos Smartwatch raised $1.5 million with nothing to show for its supporters. Instacube, which raised more […]Continue Reading... No Comments.