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FBI director upset at encryption offered by Apple and Google

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Security and privacy has been one of the main concerns of many smartphone, tablet, smartwatch and other mobile or wearable device users. Apple has responded to these concerns by offering encryption on all of its devices, and Google has done the same, announcing the feature on the upcoming Android 5.0 L version too. It seems that the FBI isn’t as ...

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Nexus 6 will be a behemoth, after all

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Rumors about the Nexus 6, or Shamu or Nexus X, are pouring in every day with people speculating whether it will be Moto S under a different name or whether it will have a fingerprint sensor or a 5.2, 5.7 or 5.9 inch display. The Nexus 6 is one of the most anticipated devices of the year, with its predecessor, ...

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Garmin opening up to developers

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Garmin watches have been around for quite some time now, but many are disconcerted about the Garmin smartwatches and fitness trackers because they don’t offer third party app support and tend to live in their own ecosystem, despite being paired with iOS and Android devices. It has not been such a drawback as to see many ocmplain that they’re not ...

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Amazon expanding to the wearable and home automation market

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Amazon is one of the biggest e-commerce sites out there and the company has started developing its own electronics for consumers since 2007. We’ve seen the Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage, along with the Fire phone and Kindle Fire HDX. It seems that Amazon is going to try its luck with another two markets: wearable technology and ...

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Android L said to launch in early November

Android Lollipop - Nexus 9

Earlier this year Google unveiled the next major update to its operating system, which is scheduled to launch sometime later this year. The latest iteration is currently still being called Android L and the actual name is only expected to be announced on launch day. Google has yet to confirm the launch date, but the latest reports suggests that Android ...

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Motorola Droid Turbo and Moto S photos leak

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Motorola has been in the news with many new releases this month, including the Moto 360, Moto G, Moto X and Moto Hint devices. The company is also rumored to be working on the Nexus 6 (X) smartphone and the Motorola Droid Turbo and Moto S handsets, so people are getting more and more interested in the former Google-owned company. ...

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Nexus 9 vs. Galaxy Tab S 8.4

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The Nexus 9 is one of the most anticipated tablets of the year and its release promises the Android 5.0 update which will bring support to 64 bit configurations. A release date for the Nexus 9 has been pegged for either October 8, when HTC is holding the Double Exposure event where it will be releasing a new slefie-phone and ...

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Sony Smart Glasses look actually promising

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Lately, we’ve seen a marked increase in wearable devices, with new smartwatches, fitness bands, health trackers, medical devices, smart glasses and virtual reality headsets popping up at every corner. Sony has already unleashed a SmartWatch 3 and SmartBand Talk which were quite popular and advanced, but the Sony Smart Glasses have just surfaced recently and they look actually promising. Google ...

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Nexus 9 rumor round-up

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We’ve all been hearing rumors about HTC’s new tablet, the Google Nexus 9 lately, with many actually saying that there is a possibility that HTC will reveal the new device at the Double Exposure event on October 8 or at a special event on October 16. The Nexus 9 is said to be the firs device to come with Android ...

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Android L is coming on Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4

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Android 5.0 OS, also known as Android L or Android Lion is set to receive the most complex update Google has ever performed on its in-house-made operating system. The Android L will have a completely new design and a series of new features. Also, it will provide 32 bit and 64 bit support, and this will most definitely change the ...

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