Archive for Aug 30, 2013

Galaxy S4 Zoom LTE edition lands in Europe

Galaxy S4 Zoom LTE edition lands in Europe

If you're a European fan of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, a new and faster version of the smartphone is now available. Samsung has announced the launch of the galaxy S4 Zoom LTE edition within Europe providing significantly faster data connectivity than available in previous versions of the device. Other than the added LTE connectivity, the new version is basically the same as the older version.

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Sony NSZ-GU1 TV dongle images and details surface via FCC

Sony NSZ-GU1 TV dongle images and details surface via FCC

The gang over the FCC has done us a solid and offered up some images and details of the Sony NSZ-GU1 TV dongle. The first details about this device surfaced earlier in the month and the FCC filing has now been updated with more details and pictures. The Sony TV dongle is the first new Google TV hardware seen since Chromecast launched.

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Mac hack offers super user status by resetting the clock

Mac hack offers super user status by resetting the clock

Security researchers have discovered a way that hackers can gain super user access to Mac computer systems by exploiting a security flaw that has remained unpatched by Apple for the last five months. If the flaw is exploited, users can gain root access to Mac computers that they already have limited control over. This particular authentication bypass vulnerability was first reported back in March.

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HERE Auto brings Nokia’s connected car vision to life

HERE Auto brings Nokia’s connected car vision to life

Nokia has announced a new embedded in-dash navigation system for automobiles called HERE Auto. Along with the in-dash navigation system itself, Nokia has also trotted out the HERE Auto Companion app billing them both as the latest additions to its world-class location products and services. Nokia believes that a connected car requires more than simply putting a smartphone inside of vehicle.

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BBM for iPhone and Android semi-functional launch page goes live

BBM for iPhone and Android semi-functional launch page goes live

We've known for some time that a BBM app for Android and iOS will be coming, but nothing had been set in stone as far as launch dates go. Last week, user guides for both varieties of mobile operating systems leaked, hinting that BlackBerry messenger would likely be arriving soon, and that conclusion seems to have been spot-on, with a landing page going live over on BB's website briefly.

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iPhone 5S Gold and Graphite shells appear in video with iPhone 5 structure comparison

iPhone 5S Gold and Graphite shells appear in video with iPhone 5 structure comparison

Leaks and rumors regarding the gold and graphite iPhone 5S have been numerous at this point, with parts showing up in a parts replacement store in Japan and the graphite variety leaking in full earlier this week, for example. Now the gold and graphite casings have made their way into a video, their structure being compared on camera to that of an iPhone 5.

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