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How People In Hong Kong Can Communicate If Cell Networks Go Down By Clip Syndicate Many protesters in Hong Kong who suspect authorities may shut down some cell networks in the city have begun chatting on an app that doesn't require a central network connection. The app, however, has some potential pitfalls and demonstrators have a few other options at their disposal, especially if they have Android phones. At least 100,000 people in Hong Kong have reportedly downloaded FireChat in the last 24 hours. The service allows users to talk anonymously in chat rooms with groups of people nearby, and the connection works on Android and iOS via a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection.

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Fly Or Die: Apple IPhone 6 By Clip Syndicate The new iPhone 6 has a noticeably larger 4.7-inch, 1334 x 750 ppi with 1400:1 contrast, making it one of Apple’s most beautiful mobile displays ever, perhaps rivaled only by big brother the iPhone 6 Plus. Under the hood, you’ll find an A8 64-bit processor, dual-band wifi, 20-band LTE support, and options for 16, 64, or 128 GB of onboard storage.

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IOS 8.0.2 Fix Is Out, But Some In Australia Still Report Bugs By Clip Syndicate Apple released iOS 8.0.2 on Thursday to fix several bugs introduced in iOS 8.0.1. But have those bugs been completely squashed? Apple and its users have run into a rough time so far with iOS 8. Launched on September 17, the new version of Apple's mobile operating system soon triggered comments from some users complaining of Wi-Fi connectivity issues, battery drain and slow performance in Safari, among other problems. ...Read More »
There's A Hidden (Offline) T. Rex Game On Google Chrome Canary By Clip Syndicate Google's latest Chrome model wants to make lemonade when your Wi-Fi gives you lemons. If the Internet cuts out in Chrome Canary — the latest version of Google's browser — the user can play an endless running game. Users can actually only play the game if the computer isn't connected to the Internet.

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There's A Hidden (Offline) T. Rex Game On Google Chrome Canary By Clip Syndicate Google's latest Chrome model wants to make lemonade when your Wi-Fi gives you lemons. If the Internet cuts out in Chrome Canary — the latest version of Google's browser — the user can play an endless running game. Users can actually only play the game if the computer isn't connected to the Internet.

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Microsoft's Answer To Chromecast Is Here By Clip Syndicate Google showed us the way with Chromecast , but now everyone wants to build a video streamer out of a dongle. The latest entrant in this market is Microsoft , which revealed its Display Adapter as the latest way to get the videos and presentations from your PC onto the nearest TV. That means it's entirely dependent on your PC — it's not taking ownership of the stream like Chromecast does — but it's also dirt-simple, and doesn't need its own Wi-Fi connection. ...Read More »
Verizon Will Be Getting IPhone 6-Friendly WiFi Calling In 2015 By Clip Syndicate A quick update for those trying to figure out which carriers will/won’t support the iPhone 6’s WiFi calling feature any time soon: T-Mobile is a go. AT&T will get it in 2015. Now Verizon is pledging to support it next year, too. Word of the new feature comes from Verizon CFO Fran Shammo, who mentioned it at a conference this morning — but not before taking the opportunity to take a not-so-subtle jab at T-Mobile for rushing to play up their support for it.

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AT&T To Get IPhone 6-Friendly WiFi Calling In 2015 By Clip Syndicate The iPhone 6 supports WiFi calling. But does your carrier support it? If you’re in the U.S., the answer to that is probably “not yet”. For the unfamiliar, WiFi Calling essentially turns any WiFi router you’ve got access to into a private extension of your carrier’s cell network. As long as you’re on WiFi, you’ll be able to make standard voice calls and send texts regardless of whether or not your carrier’s signal is up to snuff in that spot.

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Keep Your Office Secure By By Jason Carpenter for America's Backbone Weekly Today's smart technology includes devices small enough to be completely unobtrusive, motion sensitive, and can alert you to intruders. Help protect your business with these measures. ...Read More »
T-Mobile Pledges To Enable WiFi Calling On Every Phone They Sell By Clip Syndicate Over the past year and a half or so, T-Mobile has made announcement after announcement in what they’ve dubbed the “Un-carrier” series. Each announcement brings some change that’s meant to rid T-Mobile of some common wireless industry pain point — things like early termination fees, or the absurd costs of international data usage. Today, T-Mobile made their seventh sweeping change: from here on out, all handsets they sell will support WiFi calling.

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