Mobile

Apple has announced its quarterly earnings report for Q1 2015 and the results are even better than expected. The iPhone is the king of the earnings, Apple sold 74 million units worldwide, beating its previous record. Even though Apple did not disclose the individual sales, it is ...

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Google owned traffic service Waze has been under fire by the National Sheriffs Association, due to a feature allowing people to scope out police patrols in the area and potentially avoid or stalk the police. Waze offers various traffic warnings, including weather, congestion, real-time traffic, roadblocks, crashes ...

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Google is doing an early spring clean on all its moonshots projects, announcing new automotive partnerships for the driverless car project, moving Google Glass over to Nest Labs, and also bringing Project Ara to Puerto Rico later this year. It seems like a definitive move to keep ...

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Je Suis Charlie might be all about freedom of speech—even though critics claim the protest is simply to allow anti-Muslim views, but still shun any abhorrent views on Jewish and Christians—however it has also allowed the UK and French governments more control over the internet systems ...

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Alcatel wants to get involved in every mobile platform, including Palm OS if reports are true. Today, the French mobile provider announced the Alcatel Pixi, capable of running Android, Windows Phone or Firefox OS. Similar to most Alcatel smartphones, various models are available: 3.5-inch 3G-only model and ...

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Social media has been a prominent feature of the internet over the past decade, as more startups and companies try to crack the perfect way to connect with friends, family and random strangers. Facebook and Twitter appear to be nearest to optimal for large scale social networking, ...

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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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