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HTC One screen protection gets serious with Spigen SGP’s Steinheil

HTC One screen protection gets serious with Spigen SGP’s Steinheil

With the HTC One hitting the streets in the United States very, very soon, we thought it time to take a peek at what the good folks at Spigen SGP had to offer in the way of screen protection. As it turns out, the protection of the display you've got on the HTC One is just about the easiest job a screen protection company will ever have as it's just one big rectangle. Of course you don't want to slap on just any old protector when it comes to your several hundred dollar machine though, so it's Spigen SGP to the rescue!

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Ender’s Game teasers ignite: original novel popularity surges

Ender’s Game teasers ignite: original novel popularity surges

As the film version of the story presented in the Orson Scott Card science fiction book Ender's Game gains steam in the teaser and advertising world, the novel appears to be grabbing its own share of attention as well. This week is the 9th week that Ender's Game has been aboard the New York Times Best Seller's list, it currently resting in the #18 spot between A Clash of Kings and A Feast for Crows. For those of you excited about the movie, there's been several teasers unleashed quite recently that you'll want to wrap your head around, not least of these the first teaser poster, Battle Room and all!

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Google reveals number of National Security Letters sent in last 4 years

Google reveals number of National Security Letters sent in last 4 years

Google has revealed the number of National Security Letters (NSL) that it has received in the last four years alone. The numbers are a general estimate of NSLs sent to Google by the government. The FBI sends NSLs to various entities, including businesses, internet service providers, credit card companies, and more. They demand that those entities deliver confidential information about their customers such as phone numbers, e-mail addresses, purchase history, web history, and more. Anything is fair game as long as it pertains to the FBI's investigation.

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LG Optimus G Pro hands-on: It’s a big ‘un

LG Optimus G Pro hands-on: It’s a big ‘un

LG has brought the big guns to Mobile World Congress, in the shape of the Optimus G Pro, a whopping 5.5-inch Full HD Android smartphone. One of the largest non-pen-enabled phones around, the Optimus G Pro runs a 1.7GHz quadcore processor from Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro stable, and isn't left out of the megapixel race with a 13MP snapper on the rear.

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Research company predicts US tablet market will reach 71.6 million units by 2018

Research company predicts US tablet market will reach 71.6 million units by 2018

The tablet market is growing at an incredible rate all around the country. Many analysts and research firms have already found that more and more consumers and business users are replacing aging computers with tablets. Many of the business users that are getting tablets are getting these devices as their first mobile computing product rather than replacing a notebook computer.

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Google celebrates Data Privacy Day with Government data clarity

Google celebrates Data Privacy Day with Government data clarity

Today is Data Privacy Day 2013 and Google has decided to make it official with a set of clarifications on how they deal with government requests for data. This is a topic that Google has made a point to be as clear as possible about in the past, just recently having released a new report on how many requests for data they'd received (and how many they'd filled) in 2012. Google is also letting the world know today that they're continuing efforts to uphold such laws as the U.S. Electronic Communications Privacy Act in their deeds and through their membership in the Digital Due Process coalition as well.

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Google Government data requests leap up in late 2012

Google Government data requests leap up in late 2012

This week Google is releasing an new report on what they're able to share about official Government requests for data across the second half of the year 2012. This is not the first report Google has done on such data, this type of report spanning back (in one way or another) to their first in 2010. What we're seeing in this newest report is a rather sizable increase in the number of requests Google is getting from the government, but an ever-so-slight decrease in the percentage of these requests Google ends up filling.

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