Rob Nuttall

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This Week at 148Apps: December 23-27, 2013

Happy Holidays from 148Apps!<p>Christmas has passed, and it's time to look forward to a new year. Take a look at what we've reviewed this week, as well …

App Store

Looking For A Reason To Jailbreak iOS 7? Check Out FlipControlCenter

FlipControlCenter is a brand new jailbreak tweak for jailbroken iOS 7-powered iDevices, developed by the famous Ryan Petrich (@rpetrich). It’s an …

Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Goes Half-Price As It Goes Universal For iPhone

The Force is strong with this one ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has just received its first major update. And this update happens to be …

Future iPads Could Be Delivered In 30 Minutes Courtesy Of An Amazon Drone

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is always looking to improve shipping times for orders placed at the online giant. Last month, they added Sunday delivery through …

Apple patent filing adds trackpad functions to home button and turns entire display into fingerprint sensor

Arguably the most notable characteristic of the iPhone 5s is the TouchID fingerprint sensor, which lets you unlock your phone and authorize app purchases simply by resting a pre-authenticated fingertip on the home button. It turns out, however, that Apple might've had plans for the technology that …

Brazil and Germany draft anti-spy resolution at UN

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1023000/1023762_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1532526118_9b9e4d6f3101177332dbeeee2ce49159<p><b>Germany and Brazil have asked the UN General Assembly to adopt a draft resolution calling for the right to privacy in the digital age.</b><p>The draft calls …

Surveillance

Germany, France and Spain 'were all spying on citizens'

European spy agencies have own methods for monitoring communications and have worked with GCHQ, latest files show<p>The spy agencies of <b>Germany</b>, France and <b>Spain</b> have all developed mass surveillance techniques for phone and internet activity despite their outrage over the Edward Snowden eavesdropping …

NASA's Pumpkin Carving Contest

(YouTube link)<p>The annual pumpkin carving contest at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory had all the geeky elements you'd expect: power tools, laser …

NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained

Guardian US interactive team and Ewen MacAskill

A man was kicked out of a Cambridge supermarket after browsing the aisles while wearing a Nazi uniform. A man named Paul Dutton, 48, claimed responsibility on Twitter, saying: "I've shopped in Asda since the place was opened twice a week, this is how Asda repay me for my loyalty." More here: http://fw.to/MUNR9MV Photo: Southwest News