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PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 18, 2014
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The New Year may see an update to the much-maligned Android Lollipop mobile operating system. A report on AndroidPIT is citing two sources familiar with the matter saying that a ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 17, 2014
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...by storm in its heyday? Well, it’s retro time at the Canadian handset maker as it rolls out the aptly-named BlackBerry Classic. BlackBerry is billing the device as a “no-nonsense smartphone that’s built to meet the needs of productive people who appreciate the speed and accuracy that can be found with a physical QWERTY keyboard.” Will ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 17, 2014
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...seen a steadily growing number of banks and retailers sign on in support of its new, Touch ID-secured mobile payment system. Meanwhile, Samsung is reportedly considering rolling out its own smartphonebased payment technology. According to an article published Tuesday on Re/code, Samsung has been in talks with a mobile payments startup called LoopPay. The article cited a ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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...an Internet video craze to raise awareness and money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's Disease. Other topics of worldwide intrigue on Google included the addictive smartphone game "Flappy Bird," bearded drag queen Conchita Wurst, the Middle East extremist group ISIS, the hit Disney movie "Frozen," and the Winter Olympics in Russia. Williams, ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 15, 2014
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...in the social media realm, Google is now going after the virtual reality market. Dubbed Cardboard, Google is hyping a virtual reality viewer that consists of a smartphone and some cardboard. The company first announced the concept at its I/O Conference in June. Today, there are more than a half-million Cardboard viewers in the hands of consumers, ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 14, 2014
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...hours. That claim held up well during my tests, which included hosting a children's sleepover viewing of "Frozen" on a large wall. I successfully connected an Android smartphone and an Xbox 360 and used the S1 to project what's on those screens. The most fun came when I plugged a small Roku Streaming Stick directly into the ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 13, 2014
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...to driver commands. Only people purchasing new cars will have the new system. Although Sync 3 will have the capacity to take Wi-Fi updates just like a smartphone or tablet, Ford won't be able to upgrade existing vehicles. The complexity and unreliability of the Sync system has plagued Ford since it introduced the system ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 12, 2014
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...Tuesday. Though customers are still coming through Verizon's doors at a good pace, they're paying less because of promotional offers such as a $150 credit for every smartphone line switched to Verizon. It's a dynamic that "will put short-term pressure" on profit margins and earnings per share, Verizon said. "The question now is, 'Is ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 12, 2014
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Though the developers of the soon-to-be released "Driving While Black" smartphone application want motorists to download their product, there is a time when they definitely don't want users searching for it. "Do not reach for your phone ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 11, 2014
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...company -- Sidecar -- is still under investigation and could face a lawsuit if it can't reach an agreement with prosecutors, Gascon said. The companies have popular smartphone apps that allow passengers to order rides in privately driven cars. Uber uses information supplied electronically by its applicant drivers for background checks. But applicants can ...
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