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Microsoft has been collaborating with the National Security Agency for its Internet surveillance program PRISM, according to a new report in The Guardian. Despite Microsoft’s complaints that it can’t be more transparent about government requests, the revelations in The Guardian assert that the software company has helped United States intelligence agencies intercept web chats and

Mobile messaging platform Line, which is gunning for a billion registered users by 2015 and is also reportedly considering an IPO later this year, has added a new feature aimed at boosting engagement on its platform. The feature could also result in it pulling in more revenue via its secondary money-maker, sticker sales. The new feature, called Line Creators

Today, Yahoo launches new Flickr apps for Android and iOS. They include the ability to shoot video in the apps, or upload it directly. There is also better search, more detailed statistics for individual photos and a redesigned interface that’s had a lot of the crap scraped off of the interface to present you with

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Google’s Project Tango prototype smartphone is armed with four cameras to allow it to take stock of its environment and record and use 3D depth-sensing info, and it’s basically just a bunch of cameras and sensor glommed onto a fairly impressive Android smartphone with a quad-core processor and 2GBs of RAM to crunch all that

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According to reports, we could see devices such as the Galaxy S4, Moto G, Sony Xperia Z, HTC One Google Edition, and HTC One M8 receiving the incremental update to Android 4.4.3 by the end of April. Android 4.4.3 is expected to fix several bugs that have affected smartphones since the initial KitKat rollout. Random

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Apr 16 AT 9:39 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments AT&T’s LG G Flex slated to get KitKat tomorrow Via: Droid-Life Source: AT&T Editorial Director of News and Content at PhoneDog Media. I love phones, just about every other kind of tech, coffee and cooking. Tagged #Android 4.4 #AT&T #AT&T LG G Flex #kitkat #lg #LG

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We consider ourselves to have the greatest Android community in the world, here at Droid Life. We talk general news, feature apps, review phones, and even teach you how to hack a little. But most importantly, there is no place on the internet that has the reader participation that we do and consider ourselves to

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Google released the Chrome Remote Desktop extension a while back, but it was designed for use with other computers. That’s fine if you have one handy, but your phone or tablet is probably more readily available. I know that 95% of my remote desktop access happens from a mobile device, so it makes sense that

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17 April, 2014 | By Jake Kanter Mad Men returned for a seventh series on Wednesday with a meagre audience of 28,500 – as Channel 4’s How to Get a Council House was back with record ratings. To continue reading this article – simply subscribe below

With Google’s camera app finally hitting the Play Store earlier today, it wasn’t long before the APK was dissected to reveal a little more than what was initially announced. In what has become tradition every time software is released or updated, Android Police took a closer look at Google Camera in order to get a

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