The first half of Apple year looks to be quiet, but as we head into Q3 and Q4, it looks like we will have another huge year for the company, especially with the two new iPhone 6 devices coming late in the year. According to a new ...

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Researchers from Google and Codenomicon have found a huge security flaw in OpenSSL that could have affected millions of Web servers worldwide and offered a gateway for hackers to intercept tons of data from popular Web services. The extend of the security flaw, named Heartbleed, is unknown yet, ...

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Reports on the iWatch keep coming in and while we have a hard time finding the diamond in the rough, a report from China's Economic Times gives some information on the release date and how many units Apple are preparing to manufacture. Apple will most likely reveal some ...

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Microsoft has officially dropped support for Windows XP, after thirteen years of supporting the platform. Windows XP was originally announced on August 1 2001 and has been one of the favorite Windows OS updates ever, still to this day one of the most popular. At the time ...

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Android has become huge in the past two years, ever since Ice Cream Sandwich we started to see numbers over 60 percent of the market and now Google is comfortably past seventy percent of the mobile platform market, with iOS taking up 20 percent and 10 ...

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Google has been stepping into a lot of markets in the past few months, Android Wear looks like the interface all manufacturers will be looking to work on in the near future and the Chromecast brings an alternate view of how to watch Internet TV. Android TV ...

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Dave Hakkens, the Phonebloks leader who kicked up a storm when his Thunderclap campaign went viral, sparking a huge call for modular smartphones, has added a new video of how Project Ara is getting along behind the scenes at Google. Motorola originally announced they were working on ...

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Gambling one of the biggest entities in the company is always a risky bit of business, we remember when BlackBerry revealed BBM for iOS and Android, a gamble worth the reward with over 40 million downloads since its arrival. It looks like Microsoft's gamble has paid off ...

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