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Mobile Gaming's Giant Treadmill

I find that I have been having the same conversation about mobile gaming repeatedly, with a number of different people. Usually, that’s a signal that I should publish something. 1,268 more words

Appconomy

Researchers show how to turn a phone's gyroscope into a crude microphone for eavesdropping

Did you ever think your phone’s gyroscope could be used to monitor your conversations? Apparently it can. According to Wired, in a presentation at the Usenix security conference next week, researchers from Stanford University and Israel’s defense research group Rafael will present a way to eavesdrop on conversations using its gyroscopes, not its microphones. 207 more words

Security

Fitbit...Ever Heard Of It?

Well, this time I’m going to talk about a fantastic way to not only find health, but to maintain or even lose weight! I love to help provide additional resources! 511 more words

Bipolar

Microsoft, Samsung, And Expensive Free Software

In a world where Windows is cheaper than free software, things get weird.

Microsoft and Samsung are currently locked in a public pissing match over royalties. 834 more words

TC

Backdoors and surveillance mechanisms in iOS devices

This paper is actually half a year old – give or take – but it’s gotten a lot of attention recently due to, well, the fact that he has… 581 more words

Security

Android L to be 4.5 and not 5.0

Last week Chrome got a Beta update to 37 and showed off some of its elements of its ‘Material Design’. Looking into some of the settings however will reveal that the next Android L (or Lollipop as rumours would have you beleive) update looks scheduled to be the 4.5 version. 119 more words

Mobile News

Why mobile operating systems don't matter anymore

It seems odd to do a whole series on mobile operating systems then follow end it with this oddly named blog but I wanted to underline the whole thing by just showing where OS is going and 2014 and beyond. 470 more words

Mobile Technology