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It should have a working prototype in weeks – DailyTech

DailyTechGoogle’s Android operating system offers a high level of software customization in smartphones, but Google wants users to be able to customize smartphone hardware as well. According to TIME, Google could have a modular smartphone…









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Michael Sam seizes moment at combine – ESPN (blog)

ESPN (blog)But when Michael Sam, the NFL’s first openly gay draft hopeful stood before a huge array of cameras, digital recorders and smartphones sending his image to Twitter on Saturday at the NFL’s scouting combine,…














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Samsung Profits Decline As Growth Slows – InformationWeek

InformationWeekSales of Samsung’s smartphones fell slightly during the fourth quarter as the world’s leading smartphone maker offers weak outlook moving into 2014. alt= 10 Wearables To Watch At CES 2014. (click image for larger view…





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Starbucks app leaves passwords vulnerable – KETK

KETKCNN — NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Starbucks’ mobile app leaves customers’ passwords open to attack, according to a research report. The popular app, which allows Starbucks customers to purchase drinks and food directly from their…








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Soundmatters DASHa For Kindle Speakers At CES 2014

(Zennie62Media CES 2014 coverage sponsored by MaiWorld.com and Maikii.com, the leader in affinity USB Flash Drives) Soundmatters www.soundmatters.com, the leader in high-quality, portable speakers founded by former NASA engineer and audio legend Dr. Godehard Guenther,…






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Android customizer Cyanogen notches $23M – USA TODAY

USA TODAYSAN FRANCISCO — Talk about a mobile revolution. A growing software movement is quietly taking hold on Android-based devices, allowing people to customize smartphones and tablets more to their liking. What’s known as Android…


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HP updates commercial PC line, bets on ForcePad – ZDNet

ZDNetSummary: HP will be among the first to include the ForcePad, a touchpad designed to mimic multi-gestures on smartphones and tablets, on high-end laptops. Larry Dignan. By Larry Dignan for Between the Lines | December…



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