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PUBLISHED: JANUARY 31, 2015
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...totally opened up what's possible." Developed in the 1980s by physicist Charles Hull, 3D printers have been used to make everything from jewelry, toys and guns to smartphone cases, car components and portions of NASA's robotic Mars rover. Last year, a Chinese firm even constructed a five-story apartment building from 3D-printed walls and other pieces. ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 31, 2015
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...can be, but Avatech, a Utah-based company started by a trio of MIT graduates, has developed a probe that has a small device on top that resembles a GPS or smartphone When a person pushes the Ava probe into the snow, it gives a reading of the snowpack levels and sends that information to a program that is tracking snowpack ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 30, 2015
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...compete with handsets running Microsoft’s own Windows Phone operating system. But the reality is that Windows Phone devices make up only about 3 percent of the smartphone market, a drop in the bucket when compared to Android, which commands 84 percent of the market. If Microsoft is serious about improving the position of its apps in ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 30, 2015
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Nokia made a net profit of 443 million euros ($502 million) in the fourth quarter and sales grew nearly 10 percent, but its share price fell Thursday as the results ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 29, 2015
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...74.5 million iPhone sales in the year’s final quarter thanks to the success of its big-screen iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. While Samsung did not release its smartphone sales figures, it said shipments in its smartphone and tablet categories were down in the quarter. New Reality? Samsung ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 28, 2015
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...said. "I was impressed but not terribly surprised by the earnings. We knew that there was pent-up demand for 5-inch-plus devices from Apple. All of the smartphone sales growth before the iPhone 6 was found in either entry-level smartphones ore phones larger than 5 inches." So where does Apple go from here? Entner ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 28, 2015
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...bona fides. The phone runs a customized version of Android KitKat designed to be more secure. Known as PrivatOS, the modified operating system and the $629 smartphone it runs on are supposed to put users' minds at rest when they're sending sensitive communications. Blackphone allows users to make encrypted phone and video ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 27, 2015
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...no weight to them. BlackBerry investors got excited earlier this month when Reuters, citing an unnamed source, reported that Samsung was in talks to buy the Canadian smartphone maker. Shares spiked 30 percent but the surge stalled after both companies denied the report. Some analysts said that rumor was plausible because a tie-up could be the boost ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 27, 2015
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...introducing a new program dubbed Score. Available now, T-Mobile customers can join Score for just $5 a month. After six months, members automatically qualify for free entry-level smartphones Even better, after 12 months customers can get special deals on all the smartphones in T-Mobile’s inventory, including the latest 4G LTE devices. “Score is a ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 27, 2015
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Motorola unveiled three smartphone models on Monday for its return to China following a two-year absence from the most populous mobile phone market. Motorola was a mobile phone pioneer in ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
China has laid down some new rules requiring foreign firms to hand over proprietary source code and adhere to its encryption algorithms. U.S. businesses want "urgent discussions" on the new regs.
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