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PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 26, 2014
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... Skepticism Focusing on appearance over technology could help distinguish Sony’s e-paper watch from many such devices, which mostly serve as second screens for smartphones Sony’s SmartWatch acts as a music player remote control, and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear offers hands-free calls, but both require smartphones Consumers surveyed by Nomura Research ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 26, 2014
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With Black Friday and Cyber Monday quickly approaching, Amazon has again dropped the price for its first smartphone the Fire. Previously listed at $449 for the unlocked version, the 32 GB Amazon Fire phone without contract is now priced at $199. Rolled out ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 25, 2014
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Beleaguered handset maker BlackBerry is targeting iPhone users with an offer the company hopes they can’t refuse. A new trade-up program is aimed at convincing Apple smartphone owners to try the new BlackBerry Passport -- and the firm is offering up to $550 for the experiment. Starting December 1, Apple iPhone users can ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 24, 2014
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The full force of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and the debut of iOS 8 made itself felt last month, with a 42 percent surge in iOS downloads in ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 24, 2014
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...co-chief executive and mobile head J.K. Shin could be pushed out of his assignment overseeing the mobile division. That may seem ironic, since he was at the helm during Samsung’s smartphone rise. But the Journal’s sources speculate that co-CEO B.K. Yoon could take on those responsibilities, in addition to his management role in the company’s home ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 24, 2014
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...bring technology into vehicles that's familiar and intuitive. Both sides are hoping to solve a problem that has been vexing drivers for years: The inability to easily and safely access smartphone apps and functions in the car. So these days, in-dash infotainment systems are essentially extensions of your phone. It's a big change in ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 23, 2014
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...over the Black Friday weekend. Toys R Us has a new app that lets you find what you're looking for down to the shelf and pushes deal offers to your smartphone while you're in the store. Meanwhile, Wal-Mart has unveiled an interactive circular on its website that brings together customer product reviews, buyer's guides and how-to videos on products. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 23, 2014
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...worst threat could come from keyboards and clicks. Automakers have launched an effort to improve coordination among themselves to combat hackers who are moving from computers and smartphones to increasingly tech-laden cars. The future of transportation is all about connections -- to the Internet, to other cars and more, experts at the L.A. Auto ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 21, 2014
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...through its MyAccount app. The app is in the trial stage and started rolling out in Boston this week. Of course, that’s not super helpful if you don’t have a smartphone or if you don’t live in Boston. But at least it’s progress. A broader roll out is planned. 30-Minute Alerts ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 21, 2014
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...sometime in 2015. This week's update to Office Mobile for Android also adds new capabilities for Microsoft's own OneDrive and OneDrive for Business document sharing tool. Smartphone users can now share open Office documents to OneDrive by going to the context menu, tapping "Share" and then selecting "Email as link." 35 ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Sony is no stranger to breaches. Sony’s PlayStation Network was hacked in 2011 and attackers obtained 77 million user accounts. The latest attack comes against Sony Pictures Entertainment.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Chinese computer maker Lenovo got creative with the marketing campaign around its Yoga 3 Pro. Lenovo hired the Upright Citizens Brigade, a comic troupe, to help drum up visibility for its new device.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
In its bid for the wearables market, Sony is reportedly developing a watch made out of electronic paper for release as soon as next year. The e-paper watch will emphasize style over tech innovations.

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