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Moto E detailed vs Moto G in leaked image

Moto E detailed vs Moto G in leaked image

There’s little different between the concept of the Motorola Moto G and the rumored Moto E - but looks can be deceiving. What we’re having a peek at this week is a testing device much like we saw before the release of the Moto X. Sporting the new-age Motorola logo up front and to the left, and a testing symbol to the right, this Moto E is ready for low-end battle (with Godzilla as a wallpaper, no less).

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Galaxy Note 4 specifications begin to flow

Galaxy Note 4 specifications begin to flow

The Galaxy Note 4’s release is right around the corner. Checking release and reveal dates for the Galaxy Note’s hand-held iteration over the past several years, you find one perfectly reasonable place for the device to be revealed: during IFA 2014, this September. Before then there’s plenty of room for leaks of specifications and details of all kinds.

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Sony Xperia Z2 Compact details leak in photos

Sony Xperia Z2 Compact details leak in photos

Today the smaller version of the Sony Xperia Z2 has surfaced in a number of photos from China. These images suggest that the smartphone will carry a look much like its larger brother, working with some heavily impressive specifications as it’s pushed in this smaller, more compact package.

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iPhone 6 leak confirmed rendered fakery: seek the smudge

iPhone 6 leak confirmed rendered fakery: seek the smudge

This week several news outlets - including our own - were quick to the gun with posting some iPhone 6 images that very much appeared to be the real deal. As it turns out, some smudges on the displays of these units gave them away: the same smudge patterns were used on previous renderings, also giving these images away as renderings as such. The whole lot was mocked up by 3D illustrator Martin Hajek.

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NSA catalog lets agents deliver cloned hardware to targets

NSA catalog lets agents deliver cloned hardware to targets

A new examination of the seemingly bottomless well of Snowden documents describes an internal NSA catalog of dead ringers for consumer hardware that the NSA can deploy on unsuspecting targets' systems. For example, when a target orders a new hard drive, router, monitor cable, or USB plug online, the NSA can intercept the order and send a bugged clone, which the target would then install by his own volition. The catalog includes hardware by Seagate, Samsung, Cisco, Huawei, Dell and many others.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook revs rumor engine with talk of big plans

Apple CEO Tim Cook revs rumor engine with talk of big plans

Apple CEO Tim Cook has piqued fan interest and rumors once again with a characteristically vague but enticing mention of "big plans" for 2014. The mention came by way of an employee newsletter he sent to the entire Apple workforce. It was nestled near the end of a long list of accomplishments both from a product standpoint and from a corporate citizenship perspective.

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