Yoh! WTF? Bell Mobility customers can opt out of new ‘targeted ad’ program – Redirected: News :: Local News Stories

NEWSTALK 1010 – IN-DEPTH RADIO :: Bell Mobility customers can opt out of new ‘targeted ad’ program – Redirected: News :: Local News Stories.

Yoh! WTF? So Bell Canada says that you can opt out of this, but here’s the kicker –  they will not stop collecting your data; they just won’t mine it so as to send you targeted advertising.

Is that MY data? Based on MY usage? Am I paying for the use of the service? Then in my mind, Bell Canada should be giving me a cut their profit every time I use one of those ads and buy something. No?

It is after all MY DATA!

Yoh! WTF? Samsung’s first ‘curved’ smartphone hits S Korean market ‹ Japan Today

Samsung’s first ‘curved’ smartphone hits S Korean market ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion.

Yoh! WTF? Technology excites the living hell out of me so when I see ads like these I cannot help but begin to drool, while my eyes begin to glaze over. However it was not just this article that caught my attention. When I started perusing the comments I noticed that a lot of people were skeptical about Samsung’s curved screen, or even they flexible screen technology. I wondered to myself about how many of those skeptics after seeing their friends with one of these products would desperately wanting to change to a new curved or flexible screen.

Oh, and here is the funny ad for the flexible screens.