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A different kind of Big Brother is watching you if you own an LG Smart TV; revelations unfolded that the company collects your viewing data as well as streamed media which is then transmitted to them.
Virgin Media has finally joined the big boys in the U.K. by launching the iPhone 5s and 5c. For a reasonable upfront payment and two-year contract, you too can have the latest and greatest from Apple.
Google has been ordered to pay an additional $17m in fines divided up between 37 states and the District of Columbia for its data tracking practices in the Safari browser between 2011 and 2012.
The Galaxy S3 finally started receiving the Android 4.3 update two weeks ago in the UK. Since then, users have reported numerous issues affecting stability, prompting Samsung to suspend updates.
As shipments continue to go out for the PS4, many of the consoles are DOA with the "pulsating blue light" being the most common. Now a Foxconn intern claims the consoles were deliberately sabotaged.
Facebook Messenger has got the iOS 7 makeover with a completely new design. New features include new in-app sounds, being able to message contacts from your phone book and more.
Patch Tuesday not only brought security updates to Windows yesterday; it also bumped Internet Explorer up to version 11.0.1, with a bunch of bug fixes for the browser on Windows 8 and 8.1.
Google has updated the Beta channel to include "noisy tabs" that display icons whenever audio, webcam or a cast is being used making it easier to track the offender, as well as malware detection.
Google is back in the news regarding its Street cars and data collecting practises, this time in Brazil where a massive investigation is underway due to possible government data snooping by the NSA.
For the first time since implantation back in 2010, Facebook are rolling out an update to its Like and Share buttons worldwide that require no new code and a better highlighted button for websites.
No less than 450 Tesco petrol stations around the UK have been fitted with face scanning cameras that enable them to beam tailor-made advertising to you, while you fill up.
Skype has released an update for iDevices specific to iOS 7 after receiving feedback from those users. Improvements include better startup times, revamped sign in screen and other fixes.
The Executive vice president of BBM Andrew Bocking, has announced that BBM for Android and iPhone will also get video and voice calling added "within months" but didn't offer details on when exactly.
LG has finally officially announced their take on a curved smartphone, following Samsung. Their device will also only be available in South Korea -at least initially- on all three major carriers.
iOS doesn't play nice with Daylight Savings Time it seems, as users are reporting yet another DST bug has surfaced. This time however, it won't cause you to be late for work!
Chancellor Angela Merkel is reportedly livid about claims that the NSA have continuously monitored her phone for more than a decade, now there are calls to wall off their Internet altogether.
If you're trying to get to the php.net website at the moment, you'll be alerted to "suspicious activity" on the website, which is blocked in Chrome or Firefox right now.
Breaking Bad's "Walter White" has a new gig as Bryan Cranston, for Apple. In a new ad spot he describes the new iPad Air with the help of a pencil calling it an "extremely simple tool".
For a time Facebook was fine with videos showing forced decapitation, but try to upload an image of your tit and you'll find yourself in trouble. Thankfully beheading videos are also no longer welcome
Apple has quietly rolled out iOS 7.0.3 that adds security and stability enhancements, as well as a fix for iMessage issues and a way to turn off the zoom and parallax effects added to iOS 7.
We compare the just announced Nokia Lumia 2520 to Microsoft's Surface 2, the only two new Windows RT 8.1 tablets that will be battling head-to-head in stores this fall.
Stephen Elop has finally announced Nokia's entrance to the Tablet market with the reveal of the Lumia 2520, as well as the new flagship Lumia 1520 and a new mid-to-low range Lumia 1320.
It would appear that Nokia China has jumped the gun and already 'announced' the Lumia 150 'Bandit', the good news is that most of the rumors surrounding specs seem to be confirmed as well.
It's that time where we again can feature a member review on our front page. This week Lone Wanderer Chicken gives us a brief look at the upgrade to Windows 8.1 and what it means for desktop users.
Fingerprint scanning technology is cool and all, but what if our phones had eye scanners that unlocked it instead, and possibly other uses? If true we're not far off phones reading our minds!
Microsoft has now pushed out a bunch of updates for Windows 8.1 core apps, which can be installed on the RTM of Windows 8.1. The updates include fixes and enhancements since the initial release.
Winaero ColorSync allows you to sync the Start screen accent color to the Windows File Explorer borders or the other way around, the tiny app is portable so no installer required as well!
Twitter has started rolling out a new option that lets anyone enable direct messaging for non followers. The option will most likely be welcomed by businesses so they can interact with their customers
Vodafone U.K. is the first carrier to begin shipping the HTC One Max on 4G plans, officially announced yesterday. They are also allowing people to buy it off contract starting this week.
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has ordered government agency SERPRO to implement secure email for it's highest levels of government following several leaked communications to the media in Brazil.
Just a day before the official announcement of HTC's next flagship phone, the HTC One Max, high-res images have leaked online showing off the phone and its rear fingerprint sensor.
Renders have leaked online that show LG is releasing it's own prominently curved phone, with a massive 6-inch OLED display. Sources indicate it could become available as early as next month.
A video has been uploaded to YouTube showing off the Nexus 5 running KeyLimePie, an early build of Android 4.4 (KitKat) just a few days before the (rumored) official announcement on Tuesday.
Thought lost forever, two episodes from the 60's era have been discovered as far away as Nigeria, restored and released to iTunes exclusively before being eventually released on DVD.
Instagram has finally brought video recording and sharing to Android 4.0 with their update last night to 4.1.2 on Google Play. Another new feature is the presence of ads in users' feeds.
An insider at AT&T has claimed that the long awaited GDR2 and Amber updates will be rolled out to customers who own a Lumia 820 or 920 today. Nokia and AT&T have yet to make an official statement.
Vodafone U.K. can't claim victory in 4G just yet with only six major cities covered, but plans to hit 98% coverage by 2015 are accelerating, with 4G soon to reach Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester.
Apple, then Samsung have already launched gold colored smartphones just recently, now HTC has launched their own limited edition 18ct gold HTC One with a slight twist, there are only five!
Google has started rolling out their new design which features a new flatter Google logo and Apps menu instead of the black bar across the top of the page, it's unclear which regions have it.
Samsung has released its first smartphone "Phablet" with a curved display. The device sports a 5.7-inch OLED display which includes "rounded interaction" showing different information when tilted
The Apple Store went down around three hours ago for a mysterious update that doesn't seem to align with the Oct. 22 announcements. It's expected to be up again in an hour.
As well as the proper aliases that you can setup on Outlook.com for in/outbound email, Outlook.com also features + aliases that allow you to add anything after your primary email name for inbound mail
It took thirteen years, but now Neowin has finally been able to secure Neowin.com for the website. The domain had been dormant, or "parked" for around nine years and up for sale at a high cost.
A developer on the XDA developers forum has posted an app on the Google Play store that removes the region-lock restrictions from the Galaxy Note 3, although it requires rooting the device.
Mozilla have taken a step to eliminate the need for Adobe's Flash Player in future versions of Firefox by adding their own HTML5 Flash player called "Shumway". It has already landed in the nightlies.
Google is reportedly announcing the successor to the Nexus 4 on October 14th, and sources close to Google's plans have indicated the device will start shipping in the last week of October.
Samsung have been falling over themselves making different statements to users about the controversial region-locking of the Note 3, now they may extend this to older devices such as the Galaxy S3.
iOS 7 will receive yet another update to fix an issue where iMessage fails to send messages and requires the user to either reset the phone completely or mess around with the Network settings.
A Dutch site has managed to get some hands on time with the as yet announced 8-inch Acer Iconia W4 which features an Intel Atom Bay Trail quad core processor and IPS display.