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Tech Talk 8/13: Amazon Fire By Clip Syndicate All about this new smartphone ...Read More »
Amazon Debuts Mobile Payment App And Card Reader By Clip Syndicate Amazon is taking direct aim at mobile payment systems such as Square by introducing the Amazon Local Register, a credit-card processing device and mobile app designed to help small business owners accept payments through their smartphones and tablets. The move places the largest U.S. e-commerce retailer in competition with Square and other established mobile payment processing systems such as PayPal Here and Intuit's GoPayment. ...Read More »
Amazon Debuts Mobile Payment App And Card Reader By Clip Syndicate Amazon is taking direct aim at mobile payment systems such as Square by introducing the Amazon Local Register, a credit-card processing device and mobile app designed to help small business owners accept payments through their smartphones and tablets. The move places the largest U.S. e-commerce retailer in competition with Square and other established mobile payment processing systems such as PayPal Here and Intuit's GoPayment. ...Read More »
The World's Largest PC Maker Now Sells More Smartphones Than PCs By Clip Syndicate The world's largest PC maker, Lenovo, now sells more smartphones than PCs. In an earnings report issued today, Lenovo revealed the swing to smartphones thanks to sales more than doubling between April and June. Lenovo says its rise in smartphone sales can be attributed to the market shifting from premium handsets to the mainstream, and increasing demand from emerging markets. ...Read More »
Samsung Comes Up With A Brilliant New Way To Troll IPhone Fans By Clip Syndicate Even though Samsung’s smartphone profits have taken a hit this year , the company is still No. 1 in finding clever ways to troll iPhone fans. Samsung has started aggressively expanding its “wall huggers” marketing campaign that bashes the iPhone’s battery life and has now set up posters at airport power outlets letting iPhone fans know that they wouldn’t have to spend so much time huddled up near a power supply if they’d just bought a Galaxy S5 . Over the last year, multiple battery test studies from "PCMag", "Which?" magazine, and "LaptopMag", have all foundthat flagship phones from Samsung and HTC get significantly higher overall battery life than the iPhone.

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The World's Largest PC Maker Now Sells More Smartphones Than PCs By Clip Syndicate The world's largest PC maker, Lenovo, now sells more smartphones than PCs. In an earnings report issued today, Lenovo revealed the swing to smartphones thanks to sales more than doubling between April and June. Lenovo says its rise in smartphone sales can be attributed to the market shifting from premium handsets to the mainstream, and increasing demand from emerging markets. ...Read More »
Motorola Teases Moto 360 Launch, X And G Phones And More For Sep. 4 Event By Clip Syndicate Motorola has sent around an invite for revelations of the new Moto 360, along with indications that it will also have news about Moto X and G smartphones, and possibly accessories including a headset at an event on September 4. The invite uses the classic paper fortune teller children’s game as the means to preview what’s going to be up for discussion. The Moto 360 was announced alongside Android Wear, and was previewed at Google I/O earlier in June, but its ship date was set for later this year. It looks like it’ll arrive in early September if not before, based on the invite. We could also get a look at the Moto X+1, the much-rumored smartphone that is supposedly slated for a September 25 release date. According to the latest rumors, a new variant of the Moto G is also slated to ship on September 10.

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Paedophile At Centre Of Historical Abuse Inquiry Advised Home Office By Clip Syndicate A notorious paedophile visited children's homes around Britain before advising the Home Office on reform of the child care system, it emerged today. Peter Righton - a founding member of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) which tried to decriminalise sex between children and adults - toured homes around the Midlands and North West before contributing to the Government paper in 1970. He was later convicted of importing child abuse images and evidence used to convict him is now at the centre of a new inquiry into allegations of a sex abuse gang linked to the British establishment. The Home Office has so far declined to comment on the new claims, but reiterated Home Secretary Theresa May's comments that 'the whole government take the allegations very seriously'.

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Paedophile Peter Righton Advised Home Office On Policy By Clip Syndicate A paedophile at the centre of a forthcoming historical abuse inquiry advised the Home Office on changes to the residential child care system. Peter Righton gave "considerable assistance" as an expert in child care to a government report in 1970. He had earlier left a teaching job over complaints of child abuse. He later became a member of a pro-paedophile campaign group. Righton died in 2007. The Home Office said it was "absolutely committed" to stamping out child abuse. ...Read More »
Paedophile At Centre Of Historical Abuse Inquiry Advised Home Office By Clip Syndicate A notorious paedophile visited children's homes around Britain before advising the Home Office on reform of the child care system, it emerged today. Peter Righton - a founding member of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) which tried to decriminalise sex between children and adults - toured homes around the Midlands and North West before contributing to the Government paper in 1970. He was later convicted of importing child abuse images and evidence used to convict him is now at the centre of a new inquiry into allegations of a sex abuse gang linked to the British establishment. The Home Office has so far declined to comment on the new claims, but reiterated Home Secretary Theresa May's comments that 'the whole government take the allegations very seriously'.

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