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RCS malware affects iOS and Android devices internationally

RCS malware affects iOS and Android devices internationally

Remote Control System malware has been identified by the folks at Kaspersky Lab this week as affecting both iOS (iPhone) and Android devices across the planet. This system is said to be controlled by an international infrastructure which allows this "legal" spyware to take hold of devices at the hands of the company known as HackingTeam.

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Coursera app educates you with video lessons for free

Coursera app educates you with video lessons for free

The web-based learning environment Coursera has been brought to the mobile platform this month for both iOS and Android. With Coursera, you’ll be able to take advantage of free classes, all set up to improve your life over the course of a few weeks. These classes will educate you in a wide variety of topics - everything from Chemistry to Engineering to "Information, Tech, & Design."

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Android boss envious of Apple, but says open source is best

Android boss envious of Apple, but says open source is best

An interview with Business Week has given all kinds of insight into how Sundar Pichai, Android and Chrome honcho at Google, operates. One of the more interesting angles is how Pichai considers Android and iOS, and more importantly how he feels about Apple CEO Tim Cook’s recent comments on stage at WWDC. Calling Android a “toxic hellstew” of vulnerability led Pichai to concede defeat of sorts.

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iPhone 6 specifications debated: screen resolution increase

iPhone 6 specifications debated: screen resolution increase

Back during Apple’s financial second quarter 2013 earnings call, Tim Cook said something about a larger iPhone display size that should hold true through the release of the iPhone 6. Cook said "our competitors have made some significant tradeoffs in many of these areas to ship a larger display. We would not ship a larger display iPhone while these tradeoffs exist." It may be time to leap forward for the next iPhone.

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Civilization Revolution 2 will be exclusively mobile

Civilization Revolution 2 will be exclusively mobile

2K Games has just made a revelation that would elate smartphone-wielding fans of the Civilization franchise. The sequel to 2008's turn-based strategy game, slyly named Civilization Revolution 2, will be coming next month. But more than that, it was built primarily for and will be released exclusively on mobile devices.

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Star Wars Assault Team free mobile game taps sci-fi obsession

Star Wars Assault Team free mobile game taps sci-fi obsession

One of the first Star Wars games to be developed with the Disney Video Games team is Star Wars Assault Team - and it’s surprisingly decent. This game is entirely free and made to be a mix between turn-based card collecting and adventure. Here you’ll be able to play on your iPhone or iPad on iOS, Android devices, and devices running either Windows Phone 8 or Windows on your desktop.

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Wink connected home platform hits all the right notes

Wink connected home platform hits all the right notes

Ready to have your home connected? If so, a company named Quirky might be bringing you an off-beat idea. Wink, their new connected home platform, is a spin-off from the parent company that is working with various companies to bring you connected devices, all from your smartphone. Wink is available on both iOS and Android, and could be the first idea that actually makes sense for both consumers and OEMs.

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Swappa Boneyard opens up for accessories, busted phones

Swappa Boneyard opens up for accessories, busted phones

Have a device that isn’t working right? Maybe the power button is busted, or the screen has a crack. You could have it fixed, but that might end up costing more than you’d like to spend. It could be time to sell it, but who wants a busted phone? Swappa is introducing the Boneyard, a place to buy and sell those phones you can’t sell elsewhere.

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Is Apple finally giving us the variety we want?

Is Apple finally giving us the variety we want?

One of the main complaints about Apple’s mobile ambitions over the years has been a lack of variety. For quite some time, we’ve had our shot at one submission in each category. A single phone, a solo tablet, and not enough variety to keep many users engaged. That’s been changing, and if rumors are true, will continue to. Is Apple finally getting the hint? If they are, let’s hope they’ve learned from past mistakes.

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