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This week on The BGR Show we spent some time looking at Google's (GOOG) first ever Nexus tablet, the Nexus 7, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is just starting to roll out.
People who obtain movies and TV shows from the Internet through unauthorized and often illegal channels would actually prefer not to do if they were given the chance. That's one of the findings of a new survey into consumer habits which reveals that although lower cost is often cited as a tool for reducing piracy, three other issues are driving people to break the law - convenience, choice and availability.
The results have been tallied and the Pentester's World Cup winner has been announced. Red hot and on a roll, security firm Zimperium adds the world’s most famous hacker, Kevin Mitnick, as the newest member of their advisory board. In this interview, Mitnick offers his opinion on mobile threats and mobile security.
The Financial Times reported earlier this week that carriers in Europe were starting to “stockpile” nano-SIM cards in preparation for Apple’s (AAPL) upcoming iPhone release this fall. It’s been rumored that the new iPhone will feature an even smaller SIM card than what’s used now, and we can confirm that the new iPhone will feature these tiny SIM cards called nano-SIMs...
Steve Jobs famously dissed 7-inch tablets. They're
In the late 1990s, Nokia predicted the future of mobile: it spent millions on research, and even demonstrated touch-screen devices that closely resembled todays iPhones and Androids.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — YouTube is offering people a way to blur faces in submitted video. The new tool is designed for human-rights activists and others who may want to protect people in a video.
The Aquanauts had killed the power and strapped on their emergency air masks. Someone smelled burning. In a rich-oxygen environment like Aquarius, fires can spread with ferocity;
Over the years, many words, messages, and data have been encoded to hide what is truly being said from anyone other than the receiver.