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Samsung chief Shin Jong-kyun claims that no smartphone -- Apple or otherwise -- could exist without Samsung patents, and the company is willing to fight to prove that.
Google is working on an open alternative to Apple's AirPlay wireless streaming technology, which the company wants to use to link Android devices to Google TV devices.
The EU’s proposals for helping people get their data completely deleted from Google, Facebook and others face technical challenges — especially in the era of big data, says ENISA.
The Flint application for iPhone uses the smartphone's built-in camera and imaging features to make it easier for small merchants to accept credit cards.
UPDATED: Facebook is planning to ask its one billion users if the social network can remove the ability for users to vote on site changes.
Bad news, good hackers, and compliance are driving encryption adoption. This briefing covers encryption technologies, trends, and elements of planning and strategy.
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AT&T appears to have switched on FaceTime over cellular to all iOS 6 customers, even grandfathered customers with unlimited data plans, and those with the iPhones 4S, who were previously excluded.
Virgin Media has struck a deal with EE and Vodafone that will allow customers on those networks to use its Tube Wi-Fi service for free once it introduces fees next year.
HP is blaming hidden flaws in Autonomy's books for the loss of billions of dollars. But the deal has highlighted glaring flaws in HP's bigger story.
Registries covering imaging equipment such as printers and multifunction devices, as well as specifications for televisions are final and should be introduced in early 2013.
If there's an iPhone 5-shaped gap in a loved-ones stocking on Christmas morning, you can't blame the supply chain.
A billion here, a billion there...
Jakob Nielsen, perhaps our industry's preeminent web usability expert, investigated Windows 8 and found it lacking. But we developers can mitigate some of the problems...
Thought-controlled computing hits a milestone next summer and InteraXon CEO Ariel Garten is pushing the envelop - with her mind.
Faster mobile networks - 4G and even 5G - unlock the prospect of shifting the OS off the handset and turning it into a thin client. Could they pave the way for the end of mobile hardware as we know it?
Jolla, the company formed by former Nokia staffers hoping to breathe new life into the MeeGo platform that Nokia jettisoned, has taken the wraps off the UI for its Sailfish OS, as well as an SDK.
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