A new Android app named SnoopSnitch can sense surveillance efforts on your smartphone, including IMSI catchers (also called “stingrays”), secreted text messages and attacks exploiting the telephone-signal protocol identified as Signaling System 7 (SS7). The app launched for free of charge on the Google Play store. It can’t defend your phone from snooping, but it can tell you that the…

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Apple didn’t talk about battery life of the Apple Watch when it showed off. Chances are, it was because it was absurdly low and the company hoped to perk up the figure significantly by launch. A source has told that the Apple Watch will offer very limited battery life, just like every other smartwatch. The source revealed a few key…

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Google is setting up to sell wireless phone service directly to customers using the networks of Sprint and T-Mobile, If all falls into place, Google Inc. might offer discounted wireless data plans that would force other major carriers to present better deals and services or risk losing clientele to a powerful rival. More reasonably priced plans, in turn, could bring…

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Turkey government warned to block the social media service once more in less than a year. The threat came late last week after Turkish court banned media reporting of a police raid on Turkish Intelligence Agency trucks, citing national security worries. Previous to the ban, a Turkish news outlet had tweeted images of credentials that supposedly showed the group had…

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Your personal information is everything to Facebook. The more the site has on you, the more money it can make from advertisers wants to target you. Unluckily, there are some things you shouldn’t share online. Every these things alone might be all right, but added together they could lead to identity theft, stalking or many other problems. these are what…

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Google Translate may not be the app you find yourself launching every day, though it has 500 million monthly active users. That means plenty of people find it a useful tool for understanding other languages. Google Translate, which has improved markedly in the last couple of years, is about to take a important step ahead with functionality that’ll allow it…

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Apple’s latest version of OS X, handles email searches might conciliation user privacy. A German tech website and the English-language IDG News Service report that the Spotlight Search purpose loads external images in previews of Apple Mail messages in search results — even if users have opted to slab those images when reading messages in Apple Mail. Spammers and marketers…

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New Sony Walkman priced at $1,119.99. A price that you could buy almost two dozen iPod Shuffles for the price of the new Walkman NW-ZX2. Sony tried to do just to the price that at CES. “Every piece of material and component has been crafted to realize the ultimate Hi-Res Audio experience on the move” what is Hi-Res Audio? It…

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Though working as an Apple executive, Paul Devine owned a Porsche Cayenne and held $950,000 across several bank accounts. Only problem: He was getting kickbacks by illegally handing out secrets to Apple suppliers that helped them negotiate better deals with Apple. Devine, a former Apple global supply manager, was sentenced last week to a year in prison and fined $4.5…

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