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Even if you don’t activate your smartphone’s GPS system or geotag your photographs, your mobile device can still be tracked based on the amount of power it uses over an extended period of time, a team of Stanford University researchers have revealed.
FORT COLLINS, Colo., Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With the release of the BlackBerry(®) Classic(TM), tech traditionalists everywhere have reason for celebration.
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One Hour Translation Global Survey Shows that Apps Should be Targeted More Effectively to Global Users WASHINGTON, February 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Only 49.7%
Ginger Smart Bar goes beyond standard keyboard functionality, increasing productivity for users while driving engagement levels for applications TEL AVIV, Israel, February 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/
With the 2.0 version, Remo MORE is now a complete mobile device management application, with Internet of Things (IoT) focus for Home Users helping protect family members, their devices and their belongings.
The idea of sketching and note-taking is all about getting to the point. This is why precision and ease of use rank highly when it comes to choosing the right digital handwriting and drawing tools.
Absolute Software adds Puerto Rican VAR as authorized reseller and installation partner VANCOUVER, Feb.
NEW YORK, Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fast Company announced today the launch of a new mobile app, created in close collaboration with Adobe.
Usage data from Mobidia's mega-panel shows LTE subscribers use more cellular data yet nearly half buy larger plans than needed VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb.
Smartphones and feature phones are as common now as traditional landline phones were for decades. These handheld devices are so popular that many homes now only use mobile phones, increasingly pushing landline devices into the obsolete category. But while the popularity of mobile connectivity is vast today, it is still a very young technology when compared to its landline counterparts, which have been in existence since the mid-1800s. To be clear, the history of the mobile phone focuses on...
The N-Gage QD is a mobile phone, handheld game console combination released by Nokia on May 26, 2004. It was redesigned from the original N-Gage to be smaller and rounder. A few flaws from the original N-Gage were corrected. The cartridge slot was in a more convenient place located on the bottom of the device and the earpiece was moved to the face of the unit. Other changes in the unit were MP3 playback, FM radio and a USB connection were removed. However, MP3s could still be played...
The N-Gage device is a combination mobile phone and handheld game system. It was produced by Nokia and released on October 7, 2003. The N-Gage QD replaced the original in 2004. The buttons were designed for a phone which made the unit difficult for game play and the cost was twice that of the Game Boy Advance, both reasons contributing to the system's unsuccessful run in the market. Nokia shipped 400,000 units to retailers in the first two weeks of release, but independent market research...
The LePad is a line of tablet computers sold by Lenovo in China. It was released in China in 2011. The LePad uses the Android 2.2 operating system, with either a Wi-Fi or 3G connection. The display features a 10.1-inch screen with a front facing camera for video calling, and has a battery life of eight hours. Outside china, in 2012, Lenovo released other versions of the LePad, under the name IdeaTab, A1, Yoga, and ThinkPad. The ThinkPad’s operating system was upgraded to the Android...
The Kobo Arc is a tablet computer produced and released by Kobo Inc. in November, 2012. It has a 7-inch screen and uses Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. It is the second model produced by Kobo, the first was the Kobo Vox. It comes in black or white with Wi-Fi, a micro USB port, a headphone jack, and dual speakers. It has a dual core CPU, 1 GB Ram, and 16, 32, or 64 GB of storage. It has a rechargeable battery with ten hours of reading and two weeks stand by. It is capable of...
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