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Three-Quarters of Mobile Applications will Fail Basic Security Tests Through 2015
Gold iPhone 6 Elite already up for pre-order for ÂŁ2,197
Luxury phone studio Goldgenie is doing it again. After the luxury version of the iPhone 5S (and BlackBerry Q10 for that matter), they have started taking pre-orders for the gold variant of the upcoming iPhone 6. Yes, even though Apple has yet to announce the next iPhone, the company is already taking money from those… Read more
Starbucks' iOS app lets you hail an Uber to get your caffĂ¨ latte
Uber wants to make sure you always hail one of its cars on your way to get a pumpkin spice latte, so it has latched itself onto Starbucks for iOS. The coffee shop has just updated its app to show a special Uber button, just like the one on Google Maps, a couple of weeks after the ride-sharing service released a free API to a bunch of partner companies, including United Airlines, Hyatt Hotels and TripAdvisor. This button launches Uber from with...
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is smaller, lighter and more elegant than the GS5
Aluminum sides, chamfered edges, slim profile, solidly built back -- this is what Samsung's chosen as its brand-new design language, and it's why the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge (which was introduced this week) have a premium look and feel. But the new Note isn't the only device with the same type of setup: It has a smaller sibling called the Galaxy Alpha that was announced just three weeks prior. The Alpha, which should be making its way into...
Motorola's new Bluetooth headset hides inside your ear
In case you need a stylish new Bluetooth headset to go along with your brand new Moto X, Motorola also announced the Moto Hint. Meant to be as discreet as possible, the Hint almost looks like an ear plug when worn. It's so discreet that the Hint doesn't even have buttons -- simply tap its capacitive-touch surface to answer or end calls. As for the volume, you have to adjust that via the phone. The Hint comes with a charge case that apparently ...
Tim Cook says new security alerts for Apple's iCloud are coming soon
Although Apple's initial response to a recent release of stolen celebrity photos stated that its iCloud and Find My iPhone systems had not been breached, now CEO Tim Cook is talking about how to beef up its security. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Cook said that several changes are coming very soon, with email and push notifications to alert users any time someone tries to change their iCloud password, restore data to a new devi...