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Sony May Manufacture Windows Phone Handsets In The Coming Days

Sony May Manufacture Windows Phone Handsets In The Coming Days

When it comes to smartphones, Sony has rooted for Android till the deep end. Despite no significant success, Sony continues to create Android-based handsets. But the company has now hinted that it may try its hands at other alternatives.

By On January 11, 2014 Respond
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UAE Discovers Backdoors In US Satellite Components

UAE Discovers Backdoors In US Satellite Components

UAE is in the process of purchasing $930 million worth of satellite hardware and technology from French companies. However, the deal is on the brink of being scrapped after UAE authorities found backdoors in the US-made components in satellites.

By On January 8, 2014 Respond
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Panasonic And Mozilla Collaborate To Bring Firefox OS To TVs

Panasonic And Mozilla Collaborate To Bring Firefox OS To TVs

Last year, Mozilla unveiled Firefox OS for mobile devices, garnering critical acclaim for the new open-source platform. Now, the company has announced that it is partnering with Panasonic to bring Firefox OS to TVs.

By On January 7, 2014 Respond
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Hyundai Is Equipping Its 2015 Sedan With Google Glass App

Hyundai Is Equipping Its 2015 Sedan With Google Glass App

When it comes to auto manufacturers, Hyundai has often taken the crown for offering the best tech in cars. The company aims to keep the tag, announcing that its upcoming 2015 Genesis Sedan will arrive with a Google Glass app.

By On January 6, 2014 Respond
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BAE Systems Uses 3D Printed Parts In RAF Fighter Jets

BAE Systems Uses 3D Printed Parts In RAF Fighter Jets

3D printing may be a rather recent technology but it is already being used extensively in a number of industries today. The notable defence company, BAE Systems, has now revealed that it has manufactured RAF Tornado fighter jets by using 3D printed parts.

By On January 6, 2014 Respond
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CES 2014: Intel Will Help Launch Computers Running Both Android And Windows

CES 2014: Intel Will Help Launch Computers Running Both Android And Windows

Android is an increasingly popular OS which, thanks to its open-source nature, has found widespread use. Intel is now hoping to make it big in the PC industry by pushing for such computers which can run both Android and Windows.

By On January 5, 2014 Respond
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Hackers Get Cash Out Of ATMs Using Infected USBs

Hackers Get Cash Out Of ATMs Using Infected USBs

ATM machines may look fairly secure pieces of hardware but if they are running Windows XP and have a public USB port, they are no good. Researchers have now revealed how hackers used malware-laden USBs to hack into such ATMs to withdraw cash.

By On January 4, 2014 Respond
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CES 2014: YouTube Will Show Off 4K Video Using VP9 Codec

CES 2014: YouTube Will Show Off 4K Video Using VP9 Codec

4K video streaming has already entered the commercial arena and it is no wonder that YouTube is about to hit the bandwagon. The service will show off 4K video at CES this year, using the Google-owned VP9 codec.

By On January 4, 2014 Respond
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NSA Can Hack Into Your Wi-Fi Network From Up To 8 Miles Away

NSA Can Hack Into Your Wi-Fi Network From Up To 8 Miles Away

It was recently reported that NSA has specific units of elite hackers, tasked with hacking into all kinds of hardware and networks. Further details on the subject reveal that these NSA hackers can hijack a Wi-Fi network, even while they are miles away.

By On January 2, 2014 Respond
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Apple Says It Never Worked With NSA On iPhone Backdoors

Apple Says It Never Worked With NSA On iPhone Backdoors

The recent release of a stash of classified NSA documents revealed that the agency can easily bug iOS devices, exploiting backdoors in iPhone handsets. Apple has now stated that it has never worked with NSA to create any such backdoors and as such, is absolutely unaware of them.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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NSA Has Complete Access To iPhone Communications

NSA Has Complete Access To iPhone Communications

After reporting NSA can intercept shipments and bug machines with spyware, yesterday an anonymous blogger leaked details of an NSA catalogue, containing backdoor techniques for different hardware tools. The catalogue reveals that the agency can easily access all communications made through an iOS device.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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Google And Audi Join Hands For Onboard Android Integration

Google And Audi Join Hands For Onboard Android Integration

Now a days, cars are equipped with high tech facilities. Lately, it’s been reported that Google has joined hands with German automobile manufacturer Audi to develop in-car entertainment and information systems that would function on the search giant’s Android operating system.

By On December 31, 2013 Respond
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NSA Can Intercept Computer Shipments And Bug Them

NSA Can Intercept Computer Shipments And Bug Them

NSA’s surveillance tactics are an ever-green treasure-trove that just won’t exhaust. Spiegel has now reported that the agency can intercept computer shipments and bug them before they reach the buyers.

By On December 30, 2013 Respond
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Google Chromebooks May Dominate The Laptop Market Soon

Google Chromebooks May Dominate The Laptop Market Soon

Google’s Chromebooks, which were once ridiculed as worthless laptops, are becoming an increasingly popular choice among the consumers. At this rate, these nifty notebooks may soon dominate whatever is left of the laptop market.

By On December 30, 2013 Respond
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Oculus Rift And Kinect Are Being Used In Controlling NASA Robots

Oculus Rift And Kinect Are Being Used In Controlling NASA Robots

Although Microsoft’s Kinect and the Oculus Rift hardware were both meant for the gaming world, they have found a use in more advanced industries. NASA, for instance, is using both of these components in controlling space-bound robots.

By On December 30, 2013 Respond
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