Global information service company Experian has reported an unauthorized acquisition of customer data. The breach occurred September 15th, 2015 on a server that contained data regarding T-Mobile USA, an Experian customer. The...
After the Nexus 6P's camera made headlines for snagging the number three spot on DxOMark's mobile camera rankings (#2 at the time), we now have even more details of their results. DxOMark has just published the full review of the device's camera and the biggest issue they seem to have is with the device's irregularities when in HDR+ mode.
The President of HTC America was on Twitter recently, replying to people when he came across a tweet asking why HTC hasn't committed to monthly security updates like LG, Samsung and Google have. Jason Mackenzie says that while they are pushing for swift security updates, they believe it is unrealistic to guarantee them every month.
Miroslav Vitula the concept designer behind Xposed module XGPM, has designed another piece of concept art for an Xposed Module and is looking for a developer to make his work a reality once again. Help a fellow enthusiast out!
"Open WiFi filter I got this idea when quickly searching for an open WiFi outside to download an app. Most of the networks were secured and it was tough to quickly scan through the enormous list of available networks and choose an unsecured one."
A member of staff at Valve has proposed in the most up to date and geekiest way possible, by designing an engagement ring and having it float towards his now-fiancée whilst she was working inside a program on the HTC Vive. Cheesy or romantic? Leave a comment below!
8 months ago we learned that Google and Intel were doing a collaboration to re-release the iconic View-Master kids toy as a Google Cardboard VR headset. The day is here and you can purchase this online and in stores at Amazon, Target and Walmart for $29.99. Along with the demo content, you can also buy one for Space, Destinations and Wildlife for $14.95 each.
Along with a list of devices that Motorola plans on updating to Marshmallow, the company also talked about how Android duplicates some of their own features. Now that Moto Assist is in the core Android OS, they don't feel the need to develop it any further. We're also told that Motorola Migrate and the Chrome extension called Motorola Connect will be retired as well.
Right after the announcement about Microsoft and Google burying the hatchet in court, ASUS and Microsoft have come together to make an announcement of their own. It seems the two companies will expand the current licensing agreement they have together. This means we are going to see closer integration between the two companies, like Microsoft Office productivity services being pre-installed on ASUS devices.
You've probably never heard of Unwired Planet Inc. and that is because they don't have any products. What they do have though is 2,000+ patents that were mostly acquired from Ericsson AB. Next week, Unwired Planet takes Google, Samsung and Huawei to court for allegedly violating 6 patents that they say are “considered foundational to mobile communications.” The lawsuits are expected to last more than a year.
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