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In a bid to make sure all mobiles were available for the NSA worldwide, the surveillance agency created Operation Auroragold, to attack and weaken various bands and network creators. The attack not only represents the NSA's vicious ways to intercepting networks, but also how they do not ...

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Intel is reported to be the providing the silicon for Google Glass next year, moving away from Texas Instruments. The rumor, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, claims Google and Intel will partner up to create a custom chip, possibly built on the Quark technology Intel has been ...

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Vodafone, one of the UK's largest wireless carriers, has been linked with the Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) mass surveillance efforts. The information came from Edward Snowden, the ex-NSA contractor and now whistleblower. Despite not being listed as the largest wireless provider, Vodafone has an extensive reach, being ...

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The U.S. government have already been outed for using Verizon Wireless, AT&T and other carriers to gain information on almost every citizen with a mobile subscription, but they might be going even further than that for surveillance. A new report from The Wall Street Journal claims the U.S. ...

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YouTube has finally announced its long awaited subscription music service, named YouTube Music Key. The service offers two features: ad-free music and music videos - for $7.99 per month. The new music service will work inside the main app, allowing ad-free music and music videos. Users will ...

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The National Security Agency has another court case upcoming in Washington D.C., where an appeal court will hear from different advocacy and pro-privacy groups, who see the mass collection of phone records as a defamation of fourth amendment. Arguments will focus on the right for the NSA ...

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The finer details of the relationship between Google, Apple and the NSA remain behind closed doors, with one-side (Snowden) claiming there was either back-door access or hacking, and the other claiming the NSA did not have any access to data. It looks like whatever relationship the two ...

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Google has announced three new products earlier today, two hardware and one software. Instead of hosting an event, like most rumors said, Google decided to announce the new products on their official blog. Android 5.0 Lollipop has officially arrived, Google's new take on the design of apps ...

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