Philip DaCosta

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GiffGaff to introduce 4G cap on unlimited data tariff

GiffGaff will simplify its mobile "goodybags" this September with a new range of plans which come with 4G as standard. In total, there will be seven plans priced between £5 and £20 per month, with varying amounts of minutes, data and texts, as well as free calls to other GiffGaff numbers. Until …

BlackBerry’s first Android phone: More leaked pictures emerge

BlackBerry will likely release its first-ever Android phone later this year and now <i>CrackBerry</i> has posted some new leaked photos of the new device. …

No one is safe: This tiny $30 device can break into your car and home

Not everyone wants to accept this simple truth, but that doesn’t make it any less real: hackers outpace security advancements. When it comes to both …

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Samsung trumpets its Android security plans, but it's too early to get excited

Samsung and LG have taken the lead among Android phone manufacturers in embracing a new monthly schedule for releasing Android security patches. In fact, Samsung's so excited that today it has reissued the press release announcing its new policy — which had already been in the works for six months, …

Omate's pricey ring vibrates just for your beloved

While Apple, Olio and Opening Ceremony are already tinkering with premium materials in the smartwatch space, other wearable devices haven't received just as much love. But today, Omate and French fashion house Emanuel Ungaro launched the Ungaro ring, a simple notification wearable that ranges from …

HTC stored user fingerprints as image file in unencrypted folder

Researchers from FireEye have found that data that could be used to clone a user’s fingerprint was stored as an unencrypted “world readable” image file on HTC smartphones.<p>Four security researchers discovered that the image file, which is clear replica of a user’s fingerprint, could be stolen by …

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