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Coming Up Live: Apple CEO Tim Cook Kicks Off D11

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Asa Mathat / AllThingsD.comLast year, Apple CEO Tim Cook spent a lot of time answering questions about how Apple would be different from what it was under Steve Jobs, and just how he would continue Jobs’s incredible legacy. Cook’s appearance at D10 served as a chance for the executive to...
Coming Up Live: Apple CEO Tim Cook Kicks Off D11

Android appears to infringe Nokia patent relating to multifunctional phone-computer USB connections

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A few hours ago I attended a first hearing held by the Munich I Regional Court on a Nokia v. HTC patent infringement complaint. The patent-in-suit is EP1246071 on a "method of configuring electronic devices". Unless this patent is invalidated, which won't happen to the German part of this patent before...
Android appears to infringe Nokia patent relating to multifunctional phone-computer USB connections

London Police To Extract Data From Suspects' Mobile Phones -- And Keep It Even If No Charges Are Brought

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As the mobile phone moves closer to the center of daily life in many parts of the world, combining phone, computer, camera, diary, music player, and much else all in one, it becomes a concentrated store of the digital DNA that defines us -- who we talk to, what we...
London Police To Extract Data From Suspects' Mobile Phones -- And Keep It Even If No Charges Are Brought

Typing too easy for you? Try posting to Twitter via morse code

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You can post to Twitter from your phone, computer, tablet and just about any other device, but what about with century old telegraph technology? The Tworse telegraph key is a hacked together device, submitted to Hack a Day, that lets you tap out your Tweets in old-timey style. The Tworse key...
Typing too easy for you? Try posting to Twitter via morse code
Wireless charging is useless -- until it's essential

Crackle streaming video heads to LG, Samsung, and Vizio Smart TVs, Samsung Blu-ray players

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Free video streaming service Crackle is already available on your smart phone, computer, and game console, but today the company announced its expansion to LG, Samsung, and Vizio Smart TVs. The expansion is twofold for Samsung, which is also adding the ad-supported streaming service to its line of Blu-ray...
Crackle streaming video heads to LG, Samsung, and Vizio Smart TVs, Samsung Blu-ray players

Glide combines cloud accounts on iPhone but Apple seems upset about the message sent

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Got too many cloud storage accounts with files seemingly scattered across them all? Perhaps Glide, a mobile app that combines multiple cloud storage accounts can help. The app already supports Windows 8 and Android devices, but added a version for Apple’s iPhone on Thursday. Even though Apple approved the application,...
Glide combines cloud accounts on iPhone but Apple seems upset about the message sent

Twitter's API v1.1 rules put user caps on third party clients, exert more control overall

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Last spring an announcement from the platform team at Twitter not-at-all-subtly suggested developers of third party clients should find something else to do, and today a list of changes to its API turns that whisper into a firm nudge. The limit that most directly affects any of the unofficial...
Twitter's API v1.1 rules put user caps on third party clients, exert more control overall

Unlocking Your Phone Is Now Illegal, But What Does That Mean For You?

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All the salacious headlines are (mostly) true — as of today, you can’t unlock a carrier-subsidized smartphone on your own before the contract associated with it runs out without technically running afoul of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Granted, I’d wager that the number of people who faithfully stick to...
Unlocking Your Phone Is Now Illegal, But What Does That Mean For You?

Unauthorized Unlocking of New Mobile Phones Set to Become Illegal in U.S.

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As noted by Tech News Daily, a new federal policy in the United States is set to go into effect this Saturday that will make it illegal for certain mobile phone owners to unlock their devices for use on other carriers unless specifically authorized by their carriers. The policy applies...
Unauthorized Unlocking of New Mobile Phones Set to Become Illegal in U.S.
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