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Announcing the All-New Flipboard, the Place for All Your Passions

Most people are interested in lots of things, but true passions run deep. The all-new Flipboard is built around those obsessions that define your work, life and play.Flipboard 4.0 is a response to our ever-growing ecosystem of publishers, Flipboard Magazines, topics and more. With over 30 million …

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Apple could be bringing its 'Night Shift' mode to the Mac and the Apple Watch

Night Shift is the iPhone function introduced in iOS 9 that changes the colour balance of the screen as the sun sets. It makes it easier on the eyes and stops the glare of a bright screen at night.<p>Apple's trademark filing protects its use of the name Night Shift on devices other than the iPhone. …

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Google wants to show you all the data it's collected about your online habits

It's common knowledge that web companies spend a lot of effort tracking everything you do online. But now Google wants to share with you all the information it has on your internet activities.<p>Offering a much more in-depth view than a browser history can offer, Google has introduced My Activity, a …

Millions of Android devices have flawed full disk encryption

Hackers can use brute force to break into tens of millions of Android devices using full disk encryption, thanks to a series of security issues linked specifically to Android kernel flaws and Qualcomm processors, <i>Neowin</i> reports. The vulnerabilities were uncovered by security researcher Gal …

Suicide Bombings Across Saudi Arabia Continue Deadly Week of Terror

With Ramadan drawing to a close on Tuesday, ISIS has fulfilled its promise of staining the Muslim holy month with bloodshed around the globe—taking credit for some of the deadly attacks that have killed hundreds in several countries, including in Iraq, Kuwait, Bangladesh, Turkey, Saudi Arabia.<p>The …

No CS degree? No problem, you can still build a mobile app with Semble

The world of app development may have once been a closed ecosystem, but now, you don’t have to have a computer science degree in order to create a …

Google may 'shame' Android manufacturers (and carriers) into updating phones

Variety is a great asset for the Android platform, but it’s also a curse that creates fragmentation. Now it seems Google is preparing to take measures to end the confusing and conflated environment by shaming Android manufacturers.<p>Bloomberg reports that Google is eyeing a ranking system that may …

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Rant: Google does not need 5 chat apps, and Hangouts should be the first to die - Roslan Mahamud - Google+

The Information Age is over; welcome to the Experience Age

Mike Wadhera Contributor<p>Mike Wadhera is the founder of Teleport.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>The future of mobile video is virtual reality<p>Twenty-five years after the introduction of the World Wide Web, the Information Age is coming to an end. Thanks to mobile screens and Internet everywhere, …

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21 tiny design features that show Apple's incredible attention to detail

Some of these features are incredibly useful and make its products more enjoyable, while others are purely cosmetic. Regardless of the value they add to the overall experience, it's fascinating to learn about the lengths Apple goes to when it comes to design and product development.<p>Here are 21 of …

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YOUR top ten apps of the last year?

Both Serenity Caldwell and I just shared the apps that made our last year much more productive, more powerful, and more fun. Now it's your turn to …

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Google has 'outgrown' its 14-year old mission statement, says Larry Page

Google’s chief executive Larry Page has admitted that the company has outgrown its mission statement to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful” from the launch of the company in 1998, but has said he doesn’t yet know how to redefine it.<p>Page insists that the …