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Facebook is sharing your conversations with advertisers

Facebook is actually sharing your conversations with advertisers, which sounds like a serious infringement on privacy, at the very least. Facebook’s new topic data offering to advertisers means that the social media network is opening up their data so that advertisers and marketing specialists can access the database and search for keywords with which they can target people with their ...

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Xperia Z3, Xperia Z2 Android update rolling out on Monday

Sony has announced, through its Indonesia branch that a significant part of the Xperia line-up, including the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z2 should be getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA update starting Monday, March 16. It has been a long wait for Sony fans, and even though the Xperia Z3 is the flagship device for the year, the rollout of ...

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Android 4.4.4 KitKat bugs and how to fix them

Even though Android 5.1 Lollipop has just been outed by Google a few days ago, only about 3 % of Android-running smartphones benefit from the new software update, and we’re not referring to Android 5.1, but to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Although many Motorola, Nexus, LG, Samsung and HTC devices have already seen the Lollipop treatment, there are still many out ...

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Android 5.1 gets massive changelog and factory images

March 9 wasn’t just the date of the Apple event that introduced the new MacBook Air line-up and the $10,000 gold Apple Watch, but it was also the day when Google finally released Android 5.1 into the open for Nexus devices. Although the Apple event was pretty interesting, Android fans all over the world were most delighted by the fact ...

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Galaxy S6 Active release date pegged for May 2015

The Galaxy S6 from Samsung is a pretty big deal right now, but many are disconcerted by the fact that the new flagship is not waterproof, it doesn’t have a removable battery, nor a microSD card slot. These issues might be mended by the Galaxy S6 Active, the ruggedized version of the new flagship. According to a user agent profile, ...

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HTC One M9 Mini rumored to be released soon

The HTC One M9 was released at the MWC 2015 on Sunday, March 1st, to mixed reviews, as people weren’t expecting HTC to recycle the One M8 design in such a way. In spite of using largely the same design on the One M9 as on the One M8, the HTC One M9 Hima smartphone turned out to be a ...

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Sony Xperia Z4 chassis leaked, apparently not waterproof

The Sony Xperia Z4 failed to make an appearance at the MWC 2015, instead the Japanese company introduced the new Xperia M4 Aqua, a waterproof entry-level/mid-range smartphone. Even though Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai has hinted at the fact that the smartphone division of the company would be either sold off or merged, the Xperia Z4 is still apparently in the ...

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Microsoft Lumia 640 pre-order goes live in the UK

Microsoft launched the Lumia 640 and the Lumia 640 XL at the MWC 2015 show this week, to pretty positive opinions from journalists and tech enthusiasts. The two mid-range phones aren’t much to look at, but they get pretty neat prices and will be easily upgradable to Windows 10 once the new software is released. Currently, they are still running ...

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Siemens sponsors WU with $522 million grant for students

Siemens might not be the name on everybody’s tongue right now, but the tech company used to be a giant in the mobile world. In recent years, the company has focused its efforts on other markets, specifically electronic systems, automation systems and industrial technology. The company has announced that it would offer a massive $522 million grant to Western University ...

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