Moto X Unlock Digital Tattoos

Motorola now wants you to buy temporary digital tattoos to unlock your Moto X

By on July 23, 2014 at 7:15 AM.

Motorola now wants you to buy temporary digital tattoos to unlock your Moto X

Remember the Motorola Skip? A tiny wearable smartphone accessory that can help you quickly unlock the Moto X and other 2013 Moto Droid handsets? Well, Motorola has devised a similar version of the Skip, but this time around it goes on your skin rather than on a piece of clothing. The company has partnered with VivaLnk, and started selling a temporary Digital Tattoo that can be worn on the user’s skin to quickly unlock the Moto X. More →

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iOS 8 Beta 4 Features: EU Internet

iOS 8 beta 4 comes with special roaming setting for Europe

By on July 22, 2014 at 11:30 PM.

iOS 8 beta 4 comes with special roaming setting for Europe

Among the new features added to iOS 8 beta 4, Apple’s latest iOS 8 pre-release version that was released to developers on Monday, there’s nifty a new setting ready to handle roaming in the European Union, Cult of Mac reports. More →

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Netflix Release Date for Germany, France, Austria

Netflix will attack six European markets this September

By on July 22, 2014 at 9:30 PM.

Netflix will attack six European markets this September

It’s no secret that Netflix to expand in additional European markets this year, but the company has never offered an exact rollout plan for the new countries it wants to conquer. Fortunately, in a new letter to shareholders spotted by Android Police, Netflix confirmed that its European presence will see a significant increase in September, when the movie streaming service will reach six new markets. More →

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T-Mobile Smartphone Unlock App

Here’s how T-Mobile might make phone unlocking easier than any other carrier

By on July 22, 2014 at 8:25 PM.

Here’s how T-Mobile might make phone unlocking easier than any other carrier

T-Mobile is reportedly working on a new application that could make phone unlocking a walk in the park, TmoNews reveals, and it could be sold as another advantage for the mobile operator, which is already making plenty of waves in the business. More →

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Anti-Piracy Laws for Illegal Downloads

U.K. has a new punishment-free plan to turn download pirates into buyers [updated]

By on July 22, 2014 at 7:30 PM.

U.K. has a new punishment-free plan to turn download pirates into buyers [updated]

The British government has apparently decriminalized online piracy, VG247 reports, and pirates who download illegal copies of movies, music and games will no longer be punished, as the U.K. has figured out its actions against pirates were not working anyway. More →

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Comcast Customer Care Cancellation

This is how Comcast explains its awful customer care

By on July 22, 2014 at 5:50 PM.

This is how Comcast explains its awful customer care

A call to Comcast’s customer service last week went viral, as a customer who also happens to be a well-known tech blogger recorded the call with a Comcast employee, who tried to do everything humanly possible to prevent a service cancellation. Comcast is apparently very sorry about the incident, and the company published a memo in The Consumerist, where the company’s COO Dave Watson tried to explain the company’s side of the story. More →

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Humin Contacts iPhone App

Meet Humin, the Google Now-like assistant you desperately need

By on July 22, 2014 at 3:40 PM.

Meet Humin, the Google Now-like assistant you desperately need

Humin is a new iPhone application that can aggregate certain data from all sorts of sources to make your life easier, The Wall Street Journal reports. Specifically, Humin is able to pull contacts from various interactions, keep them in order on all devices and offer context-aware features. Humin founder Ankur Jain described the service as a “social OS,” with the app’s main purpose being making contacts management a much easier day-to-day chore. More →

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iPhone 6 and iOS 8 Release Date

Why Apple’s iPhone 6 should launch on September 12th

By on July 22, 2014 at 2:50 PM.

Why Apple’s iPhone 6 should launch on September 12th

While some reports say the next-gen iPhones will be launched on September 19th – not to mention that some retailers already offer pre-order options of the iPhone 6, despite the fact that it doesn’t yet exist – Business Insider has a different take on when the iPhone 6 should be released. More →

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iPad mini Air and iPad Pro Rumors

Crazy rumors say thinner iPad mini ‘Air’ is coming soon, 12.9-inch iPad Pro set for 2015

By on July 22, 2014 at 2:25 PM.

Crazy rumors say thinner iPad mini ‘Air’ is coming soon, 12.9-inch iPad Pro set for 2015

The iPhone 6 may be the hottest device coming from Apple this year, but that doesn’t mean the company has stopped working on some other interesting products. A new report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News says Apple will soon launch an even slimmer iPad mini model, and that it’s still working on a bigger iPad Pro version. More →

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Canvas Fingerprinting Internet Tracking Tool

The creepiest Internet tracking tool yet is ‘virtually impossible’ to block

By on July 22, 2014 at 1:00 PM.

The creepiest Internet tracking tool yet is ‘virtually impossible’ to block

Internet users who are actively trying to make sure their online activity isn’t tracked by websites or government agencies should know there’s an even creepier tracking tool out there used by a variety of websites, “from WhiteHouse.gov to YouPorn,” as ProPublica puts it, that’s almost impossible to block. More →

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iPhone 6 Rumors Launch

Apple’s iPhone 6 launch will be even bigger than anyone imagined

By on July 22, 2014 at 10:15 AM.

Apple’s iPhone 6 launch will be even bigger than anyone imagined

Apple has told suppliers to make between 70 million and 80 million combined 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 units by December 30, The Wall Street Journal has learned from sources familiar with the matter, in anticipation of what will be its biggest iPhone launch ever. Foxconn and Pegatron will start production of the smaller iPhone next month – something recent rumors also claimed – and Foxconn will be the exclusive maker of the 5.5-inch model, which will head to mass-production in September. Both companies are on a “hiring binge,” the Journal says, with Foxconn “hiring workers by the hundreds a day to staff production lines” at their factories in China. More →

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iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S5: Display Size

Samsung is already making fun of the iPhone 6 even though it doesn’t exist yet

By on July 22, 2014 at 9:25 AM.

Samsung is already making fun of the iPhone 6 even though it doesn’t exist yet

Samsung has a new Galaxy S5 ad out that makes fun of the iPhone. But instead of mocking the existing iPhone 5s, which outsold the Galaxy S5 in the latter’s first full month of sales despite being eight months old at the time, the company chose to have its fun at the expense of a product that doesn’t yet exist: The upcoming iPhone 6. More →

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Windows 9 Start Menu Feature

Leaked screenshots show the the new Start Menu in Windows 9

By on July 22, 2014 at 9:00 AM.

Leaked screenshots show the the new Start Menu in Windows 9

One of the main features Windows 9 is expected to offer users is the return of the Start menu, which Windows users are anxiously waiting for, and Myce has obtained new screenshots showing it. Initially expected to arrive in Windows 8 Update 2 that’s said to launch on August 12, the Start menu is now said to only be ready next year, when Windows 9 “Threshold” is released. More →

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