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London will become the data capital of the world in 2015 | Information Age

London will become the data capital of the world in 2015 | Information Age | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
British data-tech company Rosslyn Analytics reveals its predictions for 2015

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Net neutrality’s cost to consumers pegged at $17B — or zero

Net neutrality’s cost to consumers pegged at $17B — or zero | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
After a dramatic shift in the debate over net neutrality last month, many expect the FCC will reclassify internet providers so as to bar them from giving special treatment to some websites over others.

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iPhone 5 survives ride on car tire, refuses to die

iPhone 5 survives ride on car tire, refuses to die | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
For all the love the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have been getting -- my 6 Plus is the best smartphone I've ever owned, so I'm right there with you -- the iPhone

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iPhone 7 Rumors And Leaks Intensify - ValueWalk

iPhone 7 Rumors And Leaks Intensify - ValueWalk | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are still selling well, but rumors regarding the next iteration of the ever popular iPhone series are already flooding in.
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The iPhone 6 was only just released!

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The Rise of Mobile Apps [Infographic]

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The Rise of Mobile Apps
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The future is now: The 10 biggest tech innovations of 2014 - PCWorld

The future is now: The 10 biggest tech innovations of 2014 - PCWorld | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
A hoverboard. A virtual reality headset. A PC with a drawing board and 3D imaging capabilities. Believe it or not, all these things are real today. See them for yourself right here.
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Skynet is on its way!

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Police can search cell phones without warrant, Canada rules

Police can search cell phones without warrant, Canada rules | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
Police in Canada don’t need a judge’s permission to search a suspect’s cell phone so long as they follow certain steps, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on Thursday in a split decision that comes as a setback for privacy advocates.

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Privacy rights take a nose dive in Canada!

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Now this is ridiculous in my mind. It breaks their constitutional right to what is rightfully theirs. I don't let my own friends look at my cell phone never mind a police officer or a judge! A cop can just take your phone and see if they have incriminating evidence without a warrant is insane. if there is a warrant issued and they have proof that you could have possibly committed a crime then that is one thing because that means you have plenty of evidence and they should be able to get the chance to see if you committed a crime. Im surprised by this supreme court ruling and even though it was a split decision i thought that the courts where supposed to protect the citizens not just help give the authorities an extreme amount of power.

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IT ponders voice recognition, immersive computing for work

IT ponders voice recognition, immersive computing for work | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
IT observers think voice recognition will impact how workers interact with devices, while immersive computing remains in the early stages of deployment.

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Cases licensed under Apple's MFi program must survive 1m drops under new standards

Cases licensed under Apple's MFi program must survive 1m drops under new standards | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
When you're selling an iPhone accessory it helps to have the official stamp on your product that reads \"Made for iPhone.\" It lets people know your produc

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Can mobile apps be patented? - Yourstory.in

Can mobile apps be patented? - Yourstory.in | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
Mobile Applications have become a day to day requirement in the increasingly evolving mobile internet environment. But from a mobile application developer’
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iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera … Fight!

iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera ... Fight! - Vantage - Medium
How does the new iPhone camear hold up in Lightroom against RAW files?

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The battle continues...

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Twitter Expands Its Ad Retargeting To Include Data From Mobile Apps - TechCrunch

Twitter Expands Its Ad Retargeting To Include Data From Mobile Apps - TechCrunch | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
Twitter just announced a major mobile expansion to the Tailored Audiences ad product that it unveiled at the end of last year. Tailored Audiences are..
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Ad Network or Social Network?

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Skin deep tech: Cicret bracelet aims to turn your arm into 'new tablet'

Skin deep tech: Cicret bracelet aims to turn your arm into 'new tablet' | Mobile Apps, Tech News & Internet Culture | Scoop.it
Reading emails on your skin may sound wacky, but not for the French designers working on a bracelet that projects your smartphone content onto your arm. To turn the surreal Cicret device into reality, the designers are seeking funding.
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Wearable tech at the cutting edge.

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