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More texting means more health problems By Clip Syndicate Medical problems of the digital era are on the rise as people young and old glue themselves to their cellphones. ...Read More »
Amazon Starts Shipping The Fire TV Stick, Its “Fastest Selling” Hardware Yet By Clip Syndicate Amazon announced this morning that its Chromecast competitor called the Fire TV Stick, which the company also revealed is the “fastest-selling Amazon device ever,” is now shipping to customers on a first-come, first-serve basis. The dongle’s immediately popularity likely came from the introductory price Amazon offered its Prime subscribers. The company sold it for only $19 for the first few days of its availability. Normally, the device will retail for $39. ...Read More »
How China Is Disrupting The Mobile And CE Markets By Clip Syndicate Anyone in the tech industry has heard of Xiaomi and OnePlus by now. Xiaomi has surpassed both Apple and Samsung as the No. 1 smartphone in China, and OnePlus this month announced U.S. pre-orders for its ultra-low-cost, high-quality smartphone OnePlus One, which is winning rave reviews. But there are thousands more phones, tablets, smartwatches, wearables and accessories coming from China into the U.S. market. ...Read More »
Apptopia’s New Service Is A “BuiltWith” For Apps By Clip Syndicate Web developers for a long time have used a site called BuiltWith to determine what technologies power top websites, including what hosts, analytics providers, shopping cart systems, and more run behind-the-scenes of top domains. Now app store data provider Apptopia is doing something similar for mobile applications, by looking at which software development kits are installed in nearly any application live now on the iTunes App Store or Google Play. ...Read More »
Logitech’s New AnyAngle iPad Case Gives It A Surface-Style Kickstand By Clip Syndicate Logitech is slowly but surely turning the iPad into a Microsoft Surface, which is good news for those who envy some of the Windows device’s productivity features, but not its software or overall form factor. The new Logitech Keys-To-Go feels a lot like the keyboard included in the Microsoft Type Cover, and now there’s a stand/case called the AnyAngle that essentially mimics the Surface’s variable inclination kickstand. ...Read More »
Google, Hyundai Show Off New Third-party Android Auto Apps By Clip Syndicate Google takes another step toward the release of its in-car infotainment and app integration software with the announcement and release of an Android Auto API. This announcement means that developers can start adapting their apps for the dashboard today. Currently, the API only supports two categories of apps for Android Auto integration, but over a dozen third-party app developers are already onboard with working apps.

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Netflix Confirms Australian Launch for March 2015 By Clip Syndicate After months of speculation and rumours, Netflix finally announces it will launch in Australia and New Zealand in 2015. Netflix is coming to Australia. Netflix is coming to Australia. Netflix After speculation across the Australian media industry about the rumoured local launch of Netflix, the US-based movie and TV subscription streaming service announced it will launch in Australia and New Zealand in March 2015. ...Read More »
The Rise of Wrist Retail: Amazon Comes to Android Wear Smartwatches By Clip Syndicate Amazon updated its Android app on Tuesday, introducing features that support Android Wear smartwatches. Owners of Android Wear smartwatches such as the Moto 360 or LG G Watch R need only update the app on their smartphones. Once that's done, searching Amazon is as easy as speaking the two phrases, "OK, Google" and "Start Amazon." Users can enable one-click shopping in the Android app to enable buying items directly from the watch without ever touching the phone itself.

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Samsung Loses Bid to Freeze Microsoft's U.S. Lawsuit Over Royalties By Clip Syndicate A U.S. judge has rejected Samsung's bid to put Microsoft's lawsuit over smartphone patent royalties on hold while the South Korean company pursues an arbitration proceeding in Hong Kong. District Judge Jed Rakoff in New York said the lawsuit would proceed despite the arbitration. Microsoft sued Samsung in August, accusing it of breaching a collaboration agreement by initially refusing to make royalty payments after the U.S. ...Read More »
Sony Targets Stronger Entertainment Revenue Growth to Help Restructuring By Clip Syndicate Sony aims to lift its movie entertainment revenues by more than a third in the next three years, its chief executive said on Tuesday as the loss-making consumer electronics firm tries to counter flagging smartphones sales. CEO Kazuo Hirai has been under pressure to show the entertainment business can be a strong contributor to revenue after rejecting last year a proposal by U.S. hedge fund Third Point to spin off the segment. ...Read More »

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