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A new gadget on Kickstarter is basically designed to make you feel like a secret agent. It's called Sgnl, and it lets you make phone calls just by wearing a wristband and touching your ear, with...
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If you cast your mind back a few months you might remember a lot of LG G4 owners suffering from a bootloop problem that seemed to be plaguing way more of the devices than the bathtub curve would have you believe. Fast forward a few months and we seem to be at the same point with the LG V10, which also seems to be suffering from an inordinate number of bootloops (or random reboots that refuse to actually boot again). The problem While the pr...
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Thoughts on the Galaxy Note 7?
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Motorola says it is "more efficient" to bundle security updates into fewer releases.
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"no 'splodey" Note 7
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Joshua Browder, the British inventor of the first "robot lawyer," turns to activism.
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The Nexus 6 isn't exactly a smash hit of a device - between a niche target audience, an unusually large form factor, and a high initial retail price, it ha... by Michael Crider in Google, News, Nexus 6, Nexus Devices, T-Mobile
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A Chinese company has revealed the world's first graphene battery pack, which takes only 15 minutes to recharge despite its large 4,800mAh capacity, making it up to 20 times faster than conventional batteries.
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Are you a Linux Journal reader or use software such as Tor and Tails Linux? If so, you've probably been flagged as an "extremist" by the NSA. Leaked documents
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They'll be spending time and money on watching me web surfing to completely innocuous sites. They'd be better off looking for criminals.
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I love technology. (Yes, I'm a geek.....And?) I Definitely LOVE Android....
Introduction
Tech (Android) obsessed member of xdadevelopers, and a confirmed bird person. 
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I'm currently using the Nexus 6 (shamu) and the one plus one (bacon)
Education
  • School of Life
    Survival, 2006 - 2011
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Female
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None of your damn business
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Learning Python and C.
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    Person, 2000 - 2020
  • None of Your Business
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Flowood, Mississippi
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Clifton, New Jersey - Jersey City, NJ - New York City, NY - Chicago, IL - Haifa, IL - Mexico City - San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
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How Verizon lets its copper network decay to force phone customers onto ...
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Fiber is fast, but copper is reliable—even during multi-week power outages.

Leaked docs show spyware used to snoop on US computers
arstechnica.com

FinFisher spyware was used on computers that appear to be in the United States.

WSJ: TSMC is shipping its first Apple processors, replacing Samsung
arstechnica.com

Long-rumored chips reportedly use new 20nm manufacturing process.

FCC Republican says net neutrality rules too “onerous” for ISPs
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There should be no rules until there's "evidence of an actual problem."

Microsoft drops case that severed DNS hosting for millions of No-IP users
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No-IP didn't knowingly harbor botnet operators targeted in takedown, MS declares.

Bell Labs pushes 10Gbps over copper telephone lines
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Real-world 1Gbps speed possible with fiber-to-the-curb and copper-to-the-home.

Verizon claims Netflix is driving its customers away, threatens lawsuit
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Verizon says its stellar reputation is hurt when Netflix blames it for bad video.

Verizon and AT&T won’t be allowed to buy all the best wireless airwaves
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Sprint, T-Mobile, and smaller carriers will get a shot at beachfront spectrum.

Mean Doge Vault attack snags user passwords, private account keys
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Stop transferring funds into Doge Vault addresses, online service warns.

Mozilla offers FCC a net neutrality plan—with a twist
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Petition: FCC should treat access to Internet users as a common carrier service.

The FCC doesn’t have to authorize Internet fast lanes—they’re already legal
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What the FCC chair really means when he says he isn't legalizing paid fast lanes.

Tell Us How Android Influenced Your Life and Win a Flagship Device Court...
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You may recall that we've hosted several giveaways in the past that have been sponsored by the kind folks over at Poweramp. Today in honor o

CONNOiSM
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Creative at heart discovering and sharing the role #technology plays in our lives. Ex Panasonic, Sony & TDK Product Marketing & Development Management

Android 4.5 to arrive on Nexus 8 in July - Muktware
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Google I/O conference scheduled for June 25-26 is expected to focus of new services. Taking this to be true, Android geeks reports that Nexu

Google’s “Project Tango” is a smartphone with Kinect-style computer vision
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Signups for Google's 3D mapping and augmented reality development platform start today.

Google Fiber chooses nine metro areas for possible expansion
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34 cities will try to convince Google they're worthy of gigabit fiber.

Ars plays Titanfall: Editors share their thoughts on the beta
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Smart pistols, dumb grunts, and giant lumbering mechs all get an Ars staff once-over.

Knocked offline by DDoS, game site promises $13,000 for perps’ conviction
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As denial-of-service attacks grow more powerful, one victim offers a bounty.