WhatsApp is starting to clamp down on users accessing their service via third-party apps, with several users of the "WhatsApp Plus" client being temporarily banned.
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Mega has released version 2.0 of its app for Windows Phone to the public, after being previously available only in private beta.
Sony's currently unreleased future flagship, the Xperia Z4, has been recently certified by Japan's wireless authority, meaning the device may be coming soon.
Sprint has recently announced that it will be including two more high-end smartphones in its leasing program: the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Bitcoin is not having the best time at the moment; the currency continues to decrease rapidly in value, dropping nearly 30% in the past 24 hours.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that his party will pass a new law allowing all Internet communications to be read by the security services, if he wins the next election.
Facebook has announced a partnership with the US National Center for Missing and Exploited children. The partnership will allow Facebook to notify its users with information about missing children.
President Obama wishes to improve the privacy of data and to prevent hacking, by announcing his intention to sign three new laws, in a response to recent large-scale data breaches.
In the EU, a law has been recently introduced that allows a 14-day returns policy on digital purchases. Unfortunately, this system is potentially open to abuse.
Apple has announced that prices will soon be changing in the EU, Canada, Russia and other countries App Stores, with the EU, Canada and Norway seeing increases.
The Galaxy S6, the currently unreleased flagship of Samsung, to be released early in 2015 has had yet more specs leaked, with the phone supposedly to include a 5.5-inch display along with new colours.
Samsung has permanently closed its flagship store in the Westfield, Stratford City shopping centre, likely in response to falling sales.
Instagram has completed a huge spam-purge resulting in the deletion of millions of accounts, which were marked posting spam. Some users are not happy.
Samsung may unveil its Galaxy S5 successor, the Galaxy S6, at CES 2015 in January, if new rumours are to believed.
Sony Pictures was reportedly aware that it was vulnerable to attack before the recent hacks by #GOP, a newly leaked security audit has revealed.
Emails have emerged as a result of the recent Sony hack that reveal that Sony, along with the MPAA and other movie studios, made a plan, known as Project Goliath, to attack Google.
EA is offering free games for every "modern" PlayStation console this weekend, including Mirror's Edge for the PS3 and Need for Speed: Most Wanted for the Vita.
The specs for HTC's 2015 flagship, the HTC One, have been leaked ahead of an official launch and the new "One" looks to be one of the top phones of 2015.
Google has donated 1 million US dollars to New York for the purpose of free WiFi hotspot rentals at libraries around the city. Around 10,000 hotspots will be made available as a result.
Google's Chromecast is climbing up in the streaming world and has now become the second most used media streaming device in the US, though it's still behind Roku's device which holds first place.
The OnePlus One is available to all this weekend, no invite required. OnePlus is offering the "One" to all for a limited time, as part of their "Black Friday" special.
Nintendo is to release an official Game Boy emulator for mobile devices if a recently published patent is to be believed. The emulator would allow Nintendo games to be played on iOS and Android.
Microsoft is to launch its business intelligence tool, Power BI, on mobile, starting with iOS. A beta test is expected to begin soon.
Google has released the pricing for Austin, Texas, for its Fiber service. The service offers super-fast speeds, with sign-ups beginning next month.