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Sunday27 November 2022

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The wonderful topic of “kill switches” in smart phones has arisen again with three major cities claiming a directly connection between iPhone theft and the addition of a kill switch into Apple devices. Now the news is pushing stories with titles claiming a 50% reduction in “smart phone” theft. These claims are simply not true. The first thing to note is that Apple is not the only company with a smart phone and the second is that there was already a reduction in theft of Apple device prior to the lunch of the iPhone 6. The demand and allure of the iPhone 5 line was not really enough to get a thief’s hear racing.

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In late 2013 Apple made the announcement that it was entering into a deal (some said exclusive) with GT Advanced Technologies. This company was going to revolutionize the next generation(s) of devices from Apple including the iPhone, iPad and more. The tech that was going to enable this revolutionary change was sapphire glass.

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Wednesday, 28 May 2014 13:43

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to arrive in September

Samsung will release their new phablet in September, atleast that's what sources of Android geeks say. According to specifications, the product should be similar to the Galaxy S5.

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Monday, 05 May 2014 11:51

Motorola to launch the Moto G successor

In the Motorola's event that will take place on May 13 a new entry-level smartphone Moto E will be launched. This will be the successor of popular Moto G device that appeared last year.

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As reported by the media who follow Apple, the company has plans to redefine the way we look at sports and fitness. It will supposedly make it through iOS 8 and iWatch.

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Tuesday, 29 October 2013 23:26

The fall of Galaxy Gear

Pompously announced and presented as a revolutionary, Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch was obviously not so well received in the market. As Geek.com published, 30% of all sold watches were returned to stores.

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The launch of the Nexus 5 is just around the corner, and on Google's website briefly appeared official photos and price of the device in the Google store. Page was quickly removed, but the information from it very quickly became public.

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Monday, 30 September 2013 19:54

BlackBerry lost nearly $1 billion in Q2

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As already known, the Canadian company Blackberry is in serious financial problems. They announced financial results for the second quarter of this year (until August 31), according to which the total GAAP loss reached $965 million. From this amount, the losses due to stockpiling devices that were never sold, which includes the cost of their storage and delivery, accounted for about $934 million.

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Steve Jobs is the real Big Brother and iPhone users are zombies

The impact of Edward Snowden is still being felt on a daily basis and is even growing due to the continued release of information in the form of classified slides from the NSA. In recent months the information coming out of these slides has been quite alarming and ranges from the fact that the NSA wrote the standard for most of the encryption used today to being able to break into our smartphones and harvest information almost at will. Of particular interest to the NSA was (and still is) the Apple iPhone. This is interesting simply because Apple has always touted the iPhone as more secure than everyone else’s. Of course, every other phone is still vulnerable to NSA eavesdropping, but the iPhone appeared to be much more vulnerable and had specific details listed in the slides released so far.

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Although lately mainly focus is without a doubt on "smart" mobile phones, Facebook says that there are 100 million monthly users who access their service through the "regular" mobile phones, you know, those without the touchscreen.

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