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Apple is hiring Android software engineers -- but why?
Apple is one of the most forward-thinking companies in the world. Its products are legendary, and the innovative iPhone revolutionized the smartphone market. Heck, iOS has impacted the entire computer industry arguably for the better. Unfortunately ...
Apple won't face class action lawsuit over iMessage problemsEngadget
iPhone prank has Apple fans praising Android featuresSydney Morning Herald
Android iPhone clone shown as “iOS 9″, iFans love itSlashGear
Mashable -South Yorkshire Times -PCWorld
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Smartphones are most popular means of getting online
Smartphones have overtaken laptops as the most popular means of going online, representing a “landmark shift” in the way we access the internet. Desktop computers are now a distant fourth, behind tablets, as users opt for portable devices. The ...
Britons 'love smartphones and selfies'BBC News
Britons prefer smartphones over laptops to go online-watchdogReuters
UK now a smartphone societyAdvanced Television
Yahoo Finance UK -THE BUSINESS TIMES -Herald Scotland
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These are the 7 celebrities who are releasing their own mobile app games
New York Daily News
Move aside Kim Kardashian, there's a wave of celebrities coming out with their own mobile app games. Kim Kardashian has dominated the mobile app stores for over a year now with her game "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood," but soon she'll have competition ...
Nicki Minaj and Jason Statham mobile games announcedStuff.co.nz
Hollywood Life: Minaj teams up with mobile game makerNewsday
Glu's Next Celebrity Games: Nicki Minaj and Jason StathamWall Street Journal (blog)
Mashable -Twinfinite -Bitbag
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Epson Ecotank: Want a printer that's cheaper to run? It will cost you...
No one likes their printer. No one strokes the power button affectionately and sighs wistfully over the paper tray. While we've developed affectionate bonds with our smartphones, laptops and tablets that can verge on dysfunctional, the printer sits in ...
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Dream of Free and Open Internet Dying, Lawyer Says
The dream of a free and open Internet is slowly being killed by overregulation, censorship and bad laws that don't stop the right people, a top computer crime defense lawyer says. The annual Black Hat computer security conference in Las Vegas kicked ...
The Internet could end up like TVUSA TODAY
Governments Will Close Off Open Internet: ExpertTom's Guide
“The Dream Of Internet Freedom Is Dying”TechCrunch
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Mafia III set in 1960s New Orelans
Mafia III follows new anti-hero Lincoln Clay, a disenfranchised Vietnam War vet in 1968 New Orleans. Following last week's tease, 2K Games have officially unveiled Mafia III, a game that looks set to break away from the series' roots to some degree.
Gamescom 2015: 'Mafia III' Trailer, Screenshots, Story InfoGeeks of Doom
Mafia III Trailer Is Bleak But Hints At Deeply Interesting GameBleeding Cool News
Mobs of the Mississippi – Mafia 3 tackles racism and war in 1960's New OrleansGamespresso
The Workprint -Metro -TechSpot
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10 stars who need to make their own mobile games, stat
On Tuesday, mobile game maker Glu announced that Nicki Minaj and Jason Statham had both signed deals for their likenesses to appear in mobile games. This is after Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, Kylie and Kendall Jenner and Katy Perry all announced ...
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World's first 'unstealable bike' should help to stop thieves - it breaks when ...
A pioneering new cycle, claimed to be the world's first 'unstealable bike', breaks if anyone takes it. The two-wheeler, called the Yerka, is the work of three young inventors from Chile. Fed up of people stealing their wheels, Cristóbal Cabello, 22 ...
Chilean entrepreneurs working to release 'unstealable' bikeABC15 Arizona
Unstealable "Yerka" Bike Now Exists, Plus More Unstealable Objects That Will ...Bustle
'World's first unstealable bike' goes into productionKSL.com
Daily Mail -Christian Science Monitor -Yibada (English Edition)
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Google's Ultra-Fast Internet Service Expands to San Antonio
Google's ultra-fast Internet service is coming to San Antonio, the largest city yet to be promised the opportunity to accelerate the speed of their online access. With the addition of San Antonio announced Wednesday, a total of 24 U.S. cities scattered ...
The next city for Google Fiber is...CNNMoney
Google Wires San Antonio for Fiber-Optic InternetWall Street Journal (blog)
Google Fiber comes to San Antonio, TexasUSA TODAY
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Google Announces 'Stagefright' Bug Fix for Android Owners
Google tried to assuage fears over the "Stagefright" bug on Wednesday by announcing software updates to Android phones and software. Last week, security firm Zimperium announced that it discovered Stagefright, a flaw in Android devices that exposed ...
Google announces monthly Nexus security updates, but that won't fix AndroidPCWorld
Google gets serious about security: Monthly Nexus software updatesZDNet
Google to give Nexus devices monthly security updatesWashington Post
CNET -The Verge -Ars Technica
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YouTube Does Away With Its Wretched Practice Of Displaying “301+” Views
You use YouTube, everyone uses YouTube, so you know the “301+” number that this headline refers to. Before a video goes bananas with views, it gets paused at “301+” for some period of time just to make sure that the counts aren't being fluffed up by bots.
YouTube is getting rid of '301+ Views'Engadget
YouTube Says So Long to 301+ View CountsIGN
YouTube retires its classic 301+ views counterMashable
Digital Spy -TechnoBuffalo -The Verge
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Graava Action Camera Edits Your Footage For You
One of the problems of using an action camera like the GoPro is that after you've recorded half an hour or more of biking, skiing or some other activity, you don't really want to watch that whole video again — just the good parts. A new camera called ...
Graava Is A $249 Action Camera That Edits Highlight Videos For YouTechCrunch
Graava action cam auto-creates highlight reelsSlashGear
Bits | A New Action Camera, Born From a Cycling CrashNew York Times (blog)
Ubergizmo -Popular Science -PetaPixel (blog)
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Google Slides for Android now lets you share presentations via a Hangout video ...
Google today updated Google Slides for Android with support for streaming via Google Hangouts; you can download the new app now directly from Google Play. The company also updated Google Keep for Android with an option to export notes to Google ...
Google Slides Now Lets You Present From Your Android Device To Hangouts Video ...TechCrunch
Google Keep update lets you copy notes to Docs, while Google Slides update ...androidandme.com
Google Keep update enables easy copying to Docs, Slides gets video Hangouts ...PhoneDog
SlashGear -9 to 5 Google -Android Authority (blog)
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