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Invites for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch event were sent out

As of this writing, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s official announcement is less than a month away. The Korean company already sent out invites for the Unpacked event, which is scheduled to take place simultaneously in Berlin, Beijing, and New York on September 3rd. Now, Samsung didn’t actually confirm that the Galaxy Note 4 will be revealed at the event but they ...

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Billions of credentials stolen by Russian hacking ring

The inevitable always happens when it comes to the internet, a place where your data is never actually safe, no matter how many precautions you take. Privacy is the main concern of many, that’s why we employ the safest mail clients we can find, apps that make our data self-destruct, the safest browsers such as Tor or phone cases that ...

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Top 5 Android Games to play – August 2014

We’re back for another round-up of Android games that are worth picking up. There’s a huge diversity of various games out there, so it’s obviously easy to get lost. If you don’t want to spend hours installing and uninstalling apps from your phone or tablet, you can take a look at our recommendations for the latest free Android games. Quality ...

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iPhone 6 could be announced on September 9th at Apple’s iPhone event

There has been a lot of speculation in regards to the iPhone 6’s announcement and release dates. Many sources currently believe that Apple will announce its latest flagship on September 16th as part of a media event with a launch to follow on October 14th. However, Redcode reports that “a big media event” is scheduled for Tuesday, September 9th and suggest that the ...

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Moto X will upgrade to Android L according to Motorola’s VP

We suspected for a while that Android L will be made available for the Moto X, but now we also have confirmation. Motorola’s Vice President Punit Soni chose not to make a big fuss about it, and instead just broke the news quietly on Google+. He didn’t make an announcement on his profile page but gave a straight and simple answer to ...

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Gmail scanned for child abuse evidence

Sounds invasive, doesn’t it? It actually is invasive, but Google says it’s restricted scanning, meaning that it uses a special algorithm to detect pictures containing child sex images in order to identify those that take and distribute them and those who are prone to pedophilia and child abuse. This information came to light after John Henry Skillern was arrested in Houston, ...

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Microsoft Windows Smartwatch Design

Windows smartwatch design leaked

With all the fuss around wearable devices being released, Microsoft woke up to see that they are, once again, tailing Samsung’s Galaxy Gear 2, Motorola’s Moto 360, HP’s newly announced luxury smartwatch and Sony’s SW2 smartwatch. To this realization Microsoft has leaked its new smartwatch’s design, which honestly, pleases the eye. The concept images released are akin to previously seen ...

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The Nexus 5 launcher makes its way to non-Nexus Android phones

One thing that people particularly love about Google’s Nexus line-up is the ASOP build that comes with it. Besides being affordable and fast, the main advantage of the current Nexus flagship, the Nexus 5, is the fact that it comes with a raw Android version that is exactly how Google intended it to be. Phone manufacturers always use the core ...

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Kaspersky and Symantec banned in China

Continuing the trend to get rid of foreign software, the Chinese authorities has removed Kaspersky and Symantec from the list of approved software sources of the Central Procurement Center. Conversely it has approved other five security software providers. These are all Chinese companies: Rising, Qihoo 360, CAJinchen, Beijing Jiangmin and Venustech. Symantec representatives have not made any statement as of ...

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