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SALT offers security, ‘keyless’ phone entry

SALT offers security, ‘keyless’ phone entry

If you’re not using a pass code or other method to lock your phone, several entities will tell you that you’re doing something wrong. If you feel your smartphone needs to be a bit more secure, but don’t want the fuss of having to unlock it each time you use it, a new Kickstarter might be just your thing. SALT offers to let you protect your device, or just certain apps you don’t want people getting into, and all you have to do is carry a card.

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How fast is your new iPhone 6 Plus?

How fast is your new iPhone 6 Plus?

This week there’s little doubt the iPhone 6 hype continues as lines for stores around the United States continue - somehow - to exist. The image you see at the head of this article, for example, was shot at a mall in Las Vegas, Nevada - all in line for the iPhone 6 Plus well over a week after launch. Not that they’d been standing there that long, but a new shipment was set to arrive that day - you can’t make this up!

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Lumia 530 release set for T-Mobile USA

Lumia 530 release set for T-Mobile USA

The successor to the best-selling Windows Phone device of all time, the Lumia 520, is coming to T-Mobile USA. That’s the T-Mobile Lumia 530, carefully sent out in press releases to the press (like SlashGear) without the name Nokia attached. The time has come!

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LG F60 brings 4G LTE connectivity on a budget

LG F60 brings 4G LTE connectivity on a budget

You know that LTE is truly becoming omnipresent when mid to low range devices start joining the 4G party. The latest to do so is LG's new F60, a smartphone that the company promises to give you a fast connection to the Internet but at a price that won't burn a hole in your wallet, at least as far as the device itself is concerned.

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Infographic shows what the Galaxy Note Edge’s edge is for

Infographic shows what the Galaxy Note Edge’s edge is for

As a concept device, the Galaxy Note Edge is definitely a curiousity, but it may just be more practical, not to mention less insane, than Samsung's previous concept smartphone, the Galaxy Round. But just what is the concept that Samsung is trying to sell? It's nothing more than a second yet almost minuscule screen that gives you important information or tools while trying to stay out of your way.

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