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Technode
Would You Sell Your Kidney For An iPhone? [Lost In Translation]his health began to deteriorate. Thus, the term “kidney machine” was born. It’
Would You Sell Your Kidney For An iPhone? [Lost In Translation]
Technode / Posted an hour ago
his health began to deteriorate. Thus, the term “kidney machine” was born. It’s worth noting that at the time, iPhones weren’t exclusive just because they were insanely expensive. Even if you had the money – in those days, an iPhone ran... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Apple issues urgent iPhone update alertpeople don't worry about malware on Apple devices, unlike Windows computers, bu
Apple issues urgent iPhone update alert
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 10 hours ago
people don't worry about malware on Apple devices, unlike Windows computers, but this is one of those rare cases where iPhones have a vulnerability to a specific threat. What You Need to Do So Apple urges you to update to iOS 9.3.3 as soon as... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Silicon Valley leads avalanche of quarterly reports10 percent the day after its March-quarter results blew away forecasts. Wall S
Silicon Valley leads avalanche of quarterly reports
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 hours ago
10 percent the day after its March-quarter results blew away forecasts. Wall Street widely expects sales of Apple's iPhones to fall this year for the first time ever as it competes with cheaper rivals in China. But investors are banking on... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Estranged wife and two sons of missing Penfield man arresteddo, a lot of forensic analysis that has to be done on this," said Undersheriff
Estranged wife and two sons of missing Penfield man arrested
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 15 hours ago
do, a lot of forensic analysis that has to be done on this," said Undersheriff Drew Forsythe. "For cell phones, computers, iPhones, all of that stuff. It's so preliminary were sending all that stuff to the lab. We currently believe there's a... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Firearm, ammunition stolen from pickup parked outside home(8477), report anonymously online at www.crimestopperstb.com or send a mobile t
Firearm, ammunition stolen from pickup parked outside home
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 16 hours ago
(8477), report anonymously online at www.crimestopperstb.com or send a mobile tip using our P3 Tips Mobile application, which is a free download for iPhones, iPads and Droids. You must call Crime Stoppers first to be eligibl... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
'Pokémon Go' sets download record on Apple's App Storeweek than any other app in the App Store's history. The milestone is yet anoth
'Pokémon Go' sets download record on Apple's App Store
The Record Searchlight / Posted 16 hours ago
week than any other app in the App Store's history. The milestone is yet another smashed by the popular mobile game for iPhones and Android devices, where players attempt to catch "pocket monsters" called Pokémon. Combining augmented reality and... Read more
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Reuters
Silicon Valley leads avalanche of quarterly reports10 percent the day after its March-quarter results blew away forecasts. Wall S
Silicon Valley leads avalanche of quarterly reports
Reuters / Posted 16 hours ago
10 percent the day after its March-quarter results blew away forecasts. Wall Street widely expects sales of Apple's iPhones to fall this year for the first time ever as it competes with cheaper rivals in China. But investors are banking on... Read more
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USA Today
'Pokémon Go' sets download record on Apple's App Storeweek than any other app in the App Store's history. The milestone is yet anoth
'Pokémon Go' sets download record on Apple's App Store
USA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
week than any other app in the App Store's history. The milestone is yet another smashed by the popular mobile game for iPhones and Android devices, where players attempt to catch "pocket monsters" called Pokémon. Combining augmented reality and... Read more
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CNET
iMessage flaw could compromise iPhones, iPads, Macsdelivers the biggest tech news of the day, breaking down trends, hot devices, n
iMessage flaw could compromise iPhones, iPads, Macs
CNET / Posted 18 hours ago
delivers the biggest tech news of the day, breaking down trends, hot devices, new apps and what's ahead. Subscribe to the podcast via the links below. iMessage could compromise iPhones, iPads, Macs Your browser does not support the audio e... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
Four men sought by police for gunpoint robbery in elevatorgot in, police said. The first man pulled out a gun while the other three took
Four men sought by police for gunpoint robbery in elevator
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 18 hours ago
got in, police said. The first man pulled out a gun while the other three took the victim's wallet, which had $350, and two iPhones. All of the men fled down the building's stairwells. Confidential tips can be shared with NYPD Crime Stoppers by... Read more
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Fortune
Verizon Is Cracking Down on Subscribers Using Too Much Mobile DataGB, and Sprint s “deprioritizes” to slower speeds after 23 GB per month. The c
Verizon Is Cracking Down on Subscribers Using Too Much Mobile Data
Fortune / Posted 19 hours ago
GB, and Sprint s “deprioritizes” to slower speeds after 23 GB per month. The carriers also occasionally run promotions offering unlimited or large buckets of data. Such offers could crop up again when Apple unveils its newest iPhones later this ye... Read more
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CNBC
Is China stealing jobs? It may be losing themmay not be closing factories, but are targeting new investments elsewhere. Tai
Is China stealing jobs? It may be losing them
CNBC / Posted 19 hours ago
may not be closing factories, but are targeting new investments elsewhere. Taiwan's Foxconn, best known for making Apple iPhones in Chinese factories, is planning to build as many as 12 new assembly plants in India, creating around one million... Read more
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Macworld
How to avoid credit-card fraud, from someone thrice burnedor an iPhone) dramatically reduces worrying about a site’s security. (This Safa
How to avoid credit-card fraud, from someone thrice burned
Macworld / Posted 20 hours ago
or an iPhone) dramatically reduces worrying about a site’s security. (This Safari-only option doesn’t help people without iPhones or Macs, but Android Pay in browsers is on the way, too.) The second is the above-mentioned chipped cards. While it... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Three reasons why you should run your own Mac server – MacDailyNewsthis i was fooled into thinking it could help me save downloading the same soft
Three reasons why you should run your own Mac server – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 20 hours ago
this i was fooled into thinking it could help me save downloading the same software update over and over again for the six iPhones and six iPads I need to update in my family. I quickly forked over my $20 bucks to buy OSX Server. It does no such... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Dodgers Dugout: Should Clayton Kershaw’s injury change the team’s decision-making on trades?I made it to Santa Monica, and the game was still going. I didn't have an AM ra
Dodgers Dugout: Should Clayton Kershaw’s injury change the team’s decision-making on trades?
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 hours ago
I made it to Santa Monica, and the game was still going. I didn't have an AM radio in the house and this was long before iPhones and streaming were invented, so the only way for me to hear the end of the game was to stay in the car. This was not... Read more
21h
PhysOrg
Can't remember your password? No problem, banks sayto use," said Tom Trebilcock, senior vice president of digital at Pittsburgh-ba
Can't remember your password? No problem, banks say
PhysOrg / Posted 21 hours ago
to use," said Tom Trebilcock, senior vice president of digital at Pittsburgh-based PNC Bank, where customers with Apple iPhones equipped with Touch ID have the option of ditching passwords for fingerprints. "Looking out years from now, I expect... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Why did the Swedes cross the road? Because they’re determined to make it in Bollywoodcalled 2 Foreigners in Bollywood and it is made up of clips and photographs of
Why did the Swedes cross the road? Because they’re determined to make it in Bollywood
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 hours ago
called 2 Foreigners in Bollywood and it is made up of clips and photographs of their misadventures in Mumbai, shot on their iPhones and posted on Instagram and Facebook. “Struggle is fun and that’s all we’re trying to show,” says Bartoli. (In an... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
South of the Border: Shouldn't look; can't look awaythe days when people packed into wood-paneled station wagons and played games i
South of the Border: Shouldn't look; can't look away
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 22 hours ago
the days when people packed into wood-paneled station wagons and played games in the car instead of burying their faces in iPhones to hunt for Pok�mon. But that heyday was decades ago. In this politically charged year, the place feels even more... Read more
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metro
Police recreate murder victim's finger so they can unlock his iPhonephone. He said: ‘We think it’s going to be the thumb or index finger, that’s w
Police recreate murder victim's finger so they can unlock his iPhone
metro / Posted 22 hours ago
phone. He said: ‘We think it’s going to be the thumb or index finger, that’s what most people use, but we have all ten.’ iPhones use a capacitive sensor to identify fingerprints – an electrical charge that can only be detected through a living... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Addicts anonymousplatforms, the blasted phone has all but physically morphed into a singular bei
Addicts anonymous
The Daily Californian / Posted 22 hours ago
platforms, the blasted phone has all but physically morphed into a singular being with our hands. The home button of our iPhones gets more action than the frisky teens in the back of a steamy car at midnight. We hit that button like the world is... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earningsdo $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earnings
Stamford Advocate / Posted 23 hours ago
do $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street is primarily trying to figure out how many iPhones the world's most valuable company has sold — because Apple could notch its second straight quarter ever in which... Read more
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Connecticut Post
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earningsdo $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earnings
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 hours ago
do $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street is primarily trying to figure out how many iPhones the world's most valuable company has sold — because Apple could notch its second straight quarter ever in which... Read more
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Fortune
Apple Stores Are Finally Coming to Taiwanindustry, but some say the stores have lost their edge since the first one open
Apple Stores Are Finally Coming to Taiwan
Fortune / Posted 23 hours ago
industry, but some say the stores have lost their edge since the first one opened 15 years ago. This year Apple’s popular iPhones saw their first ever sales decline during the second quarter as the firm struggled with an increasingly saturated... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earningsdo $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earnings
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
do $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street is primarily trying to figure out how many iPhones the world's most valuable company has sold — because Apple could notch its second straight quarter ever in which... Read more
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Business Insider
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earningsdo $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street
'There probably won't be too many positives': Here's what Wall Street expects from Apple earnings
Business Insider / Posted 23 hours ago
do $41 billion to $43 billion in revenue in the quarter this year. Wall Street is primarily trying to figure out how many iPhones the world's most valuable company has sold — because Apple could notch its second straight quarter ever in which... Read more
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ECMConnection
RS Components Extends USB-C Product Portfolio With Molex Series Of Connectors And Cablesuse USB 2.0 and USB 3.1 protocols; and, following approval, the Lightning conne
RS Components Extends USB-C Product Portfolio With Molex Series Of Connectors And Cables
ECMConnection / Posted yesterday
use USB 2.0 and USB 3.1 protocols; and, following approval, the Lightning connector used in the latest generation of Apple iPhones. The Molex USB-C products include: USB 2.0 and 3.1 cable assembly (USB-C to USB-A); USB 3.1 cable assembly (USB-C to... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Apple, Alphabet and others will profit from Pokémon Goaround a 30 per cent cut of all purchases made via their app stores. More than
Apple, Alphabet and others will profit from Pokémon Go
Investors Chronicle / Posted yesterday
around a 30 per cent cut of all purchases made via their app stores. More than 21 million of Pokémon Go's players use Apple iPhones, and they are reportedly spending an average of $1.6m a day on items that attract Pokémon and speed up levelling.... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Stagefright-like flaw opens up iPhones and Macs to iMessage hackA SIMPLE .TIF IMAGE could be used to remotely access iPhones or Macs running an
Stagefright-like flaw opens up iPhones and Macs to iMessage hack
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted yesterday
A SIMPLE .TIF IMAGE could be used to remotely access iPhones or Macs running anything but the latest versions of iOS and OS X, Cisco's Talos threat intelligence service has warned. Talos researcher Tyler Bohan has apparently shown five remote code... Read more
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Computer Business Review
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel rebels against Silicon Valley to endorse Trump at RNC 2016only be using Samsung until they give info." Trump's grasp of the case appeare
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel rebels against Silicon Valley to endorse Trump at RNC 2016
Computer Business Review / Posted yesterday
only be using Samsung until they give info." Trump's grasp of the case appeared to be relatively limited, as Apple never refused to provide information to the security agency. He has also mooted plans to force Apple to build their iPhones in the... Read more
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PC Advisor
iPhone 7 shown in multiple video leakspipeline will take time to implement. People familiar with the matter said some
iPhone 7 shown in multiple video leaks
PC Advisor / Posted yesterday
pipeline will take time to implement. People familiar with the matter said some features that Apple hopes to integrate into iPhones, such as curved screens, weren’t ready for this year’s models," it added.iPhone 7 UK price: How much will the iPhone... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Micro thumb drive for Android and Apple devices has USB 3 speedoffers up to 512Gb of storage through a native microSD card slot A nnew USB th
Micro thumb drive for Android and Apple devices has USB 3 speed
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
offers up to 512Gb of storage through a native microSD card slot A nnew USB thumb drive that can connect to Apple iPhones and iPads or Android mobile devices offers up to 512Gb of external storage with 5Gb/s data transfer speeds via USB... Read more
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Reuters
Apple to open first Apple Store in Taiwanindustry, but some say the stores have lost their edge since the first one open
Apple to open first Apple Store in Taiwan
Reuters / Posted yesterday
industry, but some say the stores have lost their edge since the first one opened 15 years ago. This year Apple's popular iPhones saw their first ever sales decline during the second quarter as the firm struggled with an increasingly saturated... Read more
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CTV News
Banks embrace biometrics to boost security, convenienceby taking a selfie or using a fingerprint scanner. Notably, it's the popularit
Banks embrace biometrics to boost security, convenience
CTV News / Posted yesterday
by taking a selfie or using a fingerprint scanner. Notably, it's the popularity of the fingerprint scanner on Apple iPhones that's made consumers more comfortable and familiar with biometrics, says Dennis Gamiello, vice-president of identity... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
When catching 'em all gets lonesome, get yourself PokeDateGO is an augmented reality smartphone game from Nintendo that lets players hunt
When catching 'em all gets lonesome, get yourself PokeDate
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
GO is an augmented reality smartphone game from Nintendo that lets players hunt Pokemon characters in the real world. It is available for both Android and iPhones, and was an instant hit when released across the world. Click to watch t... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Skype sets a course for the cloud, ditching some apps on the wayapps for televisions and the PlayStation Vita handheld gaming console. In addit
Skype sets a course for the cloud, ditching some apps on the way
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
apps for televisions and the PlayStation Vita handheld gaming console. In addition, the service will not support iPads and iPhones running anything older than iOS 8 or Android devices running anything older than version 4.0.3 of Google’s mobile... Read more
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The Register
Apple, Facebook and Coinbase coughed data to finger pirate kingthe company made a point of saying it complies with court orders when they don'
Apple, Facebook and Coinbase coughed data to finger pirate king
The Register / Posted yesterday
the company made a point of saying it complies with court orders when they don't involve handing over personal data from iPhones. That position seems not to extend to me.com email accounts. Facebook's policy says “We may access, preserve and... Read more
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The Mercury News
Team USA members pay homage to AAU roots in Las Vegasmimicked the shadowy logo on their team T-shirt, saluting parents, friends and
Team USA members pay homage to AAU roots in Las Vegas
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
mimicked the shadowy logo on their team T-shirt, saluting parents, friends and fans eagerly snapping photos with their iPhones. Among the young talent of Division I hopefuls were three players who walked this path not long ago. Sacramento... Read more
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The Hill
Goonies, Pokemon and ‘transsexual shake’ speak to raucous scene at conventionallies Roger Stone and Alex Jones. A scuffle ensued as a dozen journalists look
Goonies, Pokemon and ‘transsexual shake’ speak to raucous scene at convention
The Hill / Posted yesterday
allies Roger Stone and Alex Jones. A scuffle ensued as a dozen journalists looked on, some filming the melee with their iPhones. Five police officers intervened, and Jones was later seen with spit on his face, witnesses said. “Alex Jones was... Read more
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New York Post
Apple Watch sales down more than 55 percent from last yeargadget to be developed entirely under Cook’s supervision. Meanwhile, Cook is s
Apple Watch sales down more than 55 percent from last year
New York Post / Posted yesterday
gadget to be developed entirely under Cook’s supervision. Meanwhile, Cook is scrambling to reverse sales declines for iPhones, iPads and Mac computers, according to recent reports. Mixed reviews for Apple Music, a belated challenger to... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
RNC updates | Donald Trump takes the stagep.m.: U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn gives a shoutout to her home state of Tennesse
RNC updates | Donald Trump takes the stage
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted yesterday
p.m.: U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn gives a shoutout to her home state of Tennessee, along with those watching on iPhones and on Twitter. "Donald Trump has the skills required to lead this nation," she said. 8:11 p.m. Former NFL... Read more
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Island Packet
The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japanstores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on thei
The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japan
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
stores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on their smartphones. The game was initially available for android smart phones but not immediately for iPhones. It appeared in the Japan Apple store about 30 minute... Read more
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Japan Today
Pokemon Go app launched in Japan ‹ Japan Todayplayers can battle on their smartphones. The game was initially available for
Pokemon Go app launched in Japan ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
players can battle on their smartphones. The game was initially available for android smart phones but not immediately for iPhones. It appeared in the Japan Apple store about 30 minutes later. Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights... Read more
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ABC News
The Wait Is Over for 'Pokemon Go' Fans in Japanstores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on thei
The Wait Is Over for 'Pokemon Go' Fans in Japan
ABC News / Posted yesterday
stores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on their smartphones. The game was initially available for android smart phones but not immediately for iPhones. It appeared in the Japan Apple store about 30 minute... Read more
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Brandon Sun
The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japanstores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on thei
The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japan
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
stores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on their smartphones. The game was initially available for android smart phones but not immediately for iPhones. It appeared in the Japan Apple store about 30 minute... Read more
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Brandon Sun
The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japanstores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on thei
The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japan
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
stores in the country are designated as "gyms" where players can battle on their smartphones. The game was initially available for android smart phones but not immediately for iPhones. It appeared in the Japan Apple store about 30 minute... Read more
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USA Today
'I vote Hillary', other fake Wi-Fi hotspots lure RNC attendeesabout Internet security as Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, an experiment
'I vote Hillary', other fake Wi-Fi hotspots lure RNC attendees
USA Today / Posted yesterday
about Internet security as Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, an experiment has found. GOP convention-goers also favor iPhones over Android devices, Facebook posts over Twitter tweets and some even played Pokémon during the party's nomination... Read more
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Newsmax
Edward Snowden Designs Phone Case to Thwart Gov't Surveillanceusers to hacking attempts. "Turning off radios by entering airplane mode is no
Edward Snowden Designs Phone Case to Thwart Gov't Surveillance
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
users to hacking attempts. "Turning off radios by entering airplane mode is no defense," they write. "[F]or example, on iPhones since iOS 8.2, GPS is active in airplane mode. Malware packages, peddled by hackers at a price accessible by private... Read more
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Raw Story
Edward Snowden invents phone case protecting reporters against surveillanceengine is merely an idea on a research paper, but Wired notes Snowden and Huang
Edward Snowden invents phone case protecting reporters against surveillance
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
engine is merely an idea on a research paper, but Wired notes Snowden and Huang hope to develop a prototype next year. Eventually, the two privacy advocates would like to create a Chinese supply chain of modified iPhones to offer to... Read more
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Daily Mail
3D printing lab recreate murder victim's fingersjust use the dead murder victim's own hand. Unfortunately bypassing the biometr
3D printing lab recreate murder victim's fingers
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
just use the dead murder victim's own hand. Unfortunately bypassing the biometric scanner is not that simple. Recent Apple iPhones use two forms of technology to identify users' fingerprints; capacitive and radio frequency scans. A capacitive... Read more
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Breitbart
Coulter: ‘It’s Cruz Who Is the Little Bitch Who Can’t Get Over It’when someone came in and said you have to see this. Ted Cruz just committed sui
Coulter: ‘It’s Cruz Who Is the Little Bitch Who Can’t Get Over It’
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
when someone came in and said you have to see this. Ted Cruz just committed suicide on stage. And we all pulled out our iPhones and first read about it and then watched it. And oh, my gosh, that’s the only thing I wish I had been in the hall... Read more
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