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Samsung Announces Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Protection Plus Pricing

The protection plans for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are basically two-year warranty extensions, with some caveats users should review — read about them here.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 17, 2015

Google Gets Ready To Overcome Its Biggest Antitrust Hurdle In EU

Not only is the European Commission suspect of Google's search engine busines strategy, but it's looking into the Android mobile OS business. Google, for its part, is claiming there's nothing illegal going on.

Legal April 17, 2015

Sony To Unwrap Xperia Z4 On April 20: Rumor

The big question besides when will the Xperia Z4 finally arrive is whether the smartphone-tablet device will be Sony's last push in the smartphone market where it only holds 2 percent share.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 16, 2015

Say Cheese! World's First Battery-Free Video Camera Uses Photodiodes To Generate Electric Current

The days of ensuring you've got enough battery power to take photos and videos may be numbered. New research efforts reveal a video camera that doesn't need a battery charge.

Gadgets April 16, 2015

Parallel Parking? That's No Problem For NASA's New MRV

Move over, Tesla. NASA apparently knows a thing or two about making an electric vehicle and - from all accounts - it's a nifty robotic car.

FUTURE TECH April 15, 2015

Samsung Assigns Team Of 200 To Make Screens For Apple Devices

The smartphone display is proving to be a competitive aspect of the smartphone and mobile device computing markets. It's no surprise Apple is tapping Samsung for its display needs.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 15, 2015

Google's Project Fi Wireless Carrier Plan Spotted In Leaked Android App

No one really blinked too hard when Google became a Fiber network provider, rolling out Internet access in several cities. So becoming a wireless player isn't so far-fetched.

Apps/Software April 15, 2015

Data Breaches, Hacks And Phishing Attacks Aren't Slowing Down, Verizon Report Warns

The human element, specifically clicking on malicous emails and attachments, pose the greatest network security threat and lead to a majority of data breach incidents. A new report also notes that hackers are favoring Web application attacks more and more.

Internet April 15, 2015

Cyberattacks Up In 2014: Are Innocent Bystanders To Blame?

Last year was a stellar year for cyber criminals and unfortunately, this year looks to be just as good. A new report reveals that human behavior is quickly becoming the hacker's best tool.

Internet April 15, 2015

Nobel-Winning Novelist Gunter Grass Dies At 87

One of Germany's most polarizing literary icons is remembered for both his writing genius and his controversial political activitism. He may, however, be best known for hiding the fact he was a Hitler youth while decrying Germany's Nazi history.

Internet Culture April 14, 2015

New Vulnerability In Windows Lets Hackers Steal Login Details But Microsoft Thinks 'Fat Chance'

'Redirect to SMB' lets cyber thieves hijack communications between web servers using a man-in-the-middle attack. Microsoft, however, believes the threat is not as severe as some experts claim.

Apps/Software April 14, 2015

Apple Outs iOS 8.4 Beta And It Boasts Revamped Music App

Not even a full week after the iOS 8.3 update arrived, Apple pushes out a new OS update featuring a refreshed Music app and lots of tweaks to mobile OS functionality and features.

Apps/Software April 14, 2015

Apple Watch Review: First Impressions Are Out Ahead Of April 24 Release Date

Early reviews illustrate a clear contradiction to what Apple is claiming about pre-orders and Watch sales. The wearable isn't a smartwatch for the masses, at least from what initial reviews seem to indicate. A steep learning curve is the main culprit. Oh and bands that don't fit well are also a big bone of contention.

Wearable Tech April 14, 2015

Baldness Cure: Grow More Hair By Plucking What's Left In Precise Pattern

Research reveals dense loss of hair follicles creates an injury site, which the body's immune system reacts to and stimulates big hair growth. It may help those with hair disease but it won't stop or cure baldness, say scientists.

Life April 14, 2015

China Accused Of Decade-Long Cyber Espionage On Government Agencies, Companies And Media In Other Countries

A security research firm claims Chinese hackers have been conducting cyber-attacks across several countries in a quest to steal and access intellectual property. China is denying such cyber espionage.

Internet April 13, 2015

Marvel Outs Ant-Man Teaser Ahead Of Trailer [Video]

Ant-Man is coming to the big screen on July 17. Here's some scoop on the super hero flick.

Movies/TV Shows April 13, 2015

Apple Watch Preorders Almost 1 Million On Launch Day: Report

Preorders for the first day of Apple Watch may be just short of a million, with the cheapest Sport being the most popular, according to a research firm. Watch buyers also seem inclined to buy a more expensive case than an expensive wristband for the wearable.

Geek April 13, 2015

Cheesy Truth: Grilled Cheese Lovers Have More Sex And Likely Make For Better Lovers

Survey reveals those who love grilled cheese are getting busier in the bedroom and likely more adventuresome when getting busy given they also like to travel more than their non-loving grilled cheese counterparts. Favorite bread for grilled cheese is white bread by the way.

Internet Culture April 13, 2015

LG G4 With Leather Back Leaked Ahead Of April 28 Event And It Looks Gorgeous

Latest leaks include form factor design elements, wireless charging and even some insight on apps. It's just the latest in a serious of sneak peeks at LG's impending new flagship smartphone.

Geek April 13, 2015

Graphene Shows Promise For Next-Generation Spintronic Devices

Figuring out how to capitalize on graphene in the computing realm will take a lot more work, but researchers are encouraged by new findings regarding spintronics.

Geek April 12, 2015

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