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Apple Researching Low Power Bluetooth Hotspots for Devices Like the iWatch

Apple has filed for a United States patent detailing a system for allowing a device to access and share a remote network with a second device using the low-power Bluetooth LE protocol, reports <i>AppleInsider</i>. The patent application was published today and credits Apple engineers Daniel Borges, Jason …

Google no longer deactivates Glass if you sell it, but it's still against the TOS

Perhaps Google realized that deactivating Glass if Explorers sell or give it away is a tad draconian and as a result, has recently changed its policy. While it's still against Mountain View's terms of service to sell off its futuristic eyewear, the amended Glass FAQ reveals that the company doesn't …

Google Drive for iOS updated with multiple account support, printing

Following the significant revamp of Google’s iOS Search app earlier this week, the search company updated its Google Drive application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with several new features.<p>What’s New in Version 2.1.0– Multiple Account Support. You can now switch between personal, work, or any …

Verizon: Nexus 7 (2013) won’t work with 4G LTE until KitKat upgrade

Back in September we first learned that Verizon was denying activation on new SIM cards for the Nexus 7 (2013) LTE. At the time, Verizon said it was because the device had yet to be certified for their network, a process that would take a month or more.<p>Now it’s November, and still the Verizon …

Dell's Venue 11 Pro tablet now available in the US, starts at $500 with Bay Trail inside

After some mystery surrounding an American release date, Dell's Venue 11 Pro is now available in the US. The 10.8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet starts at $500 with a modest, Bay Trail-based 1.5GHz Atom chip as well as 2GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Those who need more processing grunt can step up to …