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iPhone 6s camera ranked by DxOMark – no better (or worse) than iPhone 6

DxOMark recently published its review of the iPhone 6s, and it confirms what we already sort-of new: it’s not a huge step up from the last generation iPhones. In fact, the camera performs ever-so-slightly worse than last year’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which both entered the DxOMark rankings in 1st …

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You can now make purchases with Capital One’s mobile wallet

With the rise of Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay it was only a matter of time before banks started using mobile technology to let consumers make in-store purchases.<p>In an update to its mobile wallet, Capital One is adding contactless payments to its Android wallet app. Starting today, …

The first iOS 9 jailbreak is here

Just four months after iOS 9 was released to developers, the first jailbreak has appeared. A Chinese research team called Pangu has released a Windows software package allowing for an untethered jailbreak for iPhones running iOS 9.0-9.0.2. It's the first such package, and as with any jailbreak, …

Apple Faces $862M In Damages After Patent Lawsuit Loss To University Of Wisconsin

Apple is no stranger to patent lawsuits, but a more recent suit filed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s licensing branch may prove a costly loss for the iPhone maker.<p>A United States jury found that Apple’s A7, A8, and A8X chips, which are present in the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the new iPhone …

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Android dominates DxOMark as iPhone 6S ranks 10th

Moto X Pure Edition vs iPhone 6S Plus<p>Smartphone cameras are ever growing in importance and with each new generation of flagships, companies claim that their smartphone cameras are the most advanced ever. How often do they come close though? Reference website DxOMark has been testing smartphone …

Most Android phones are vulnerable due to lack of security patches

A study partly funded by Google and conducted by University of Cambridge researchers found that a whopping 87 percent of Android devices are vulnerable to known flaws. According to a post by Alastair R. Beresford, one of the team members, it's because a lot of manufacturers don't issue security …

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