Technology - Today’s News
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Technology - Yesterday’s News
The company says it was a targeted attack and does not represent a wider risk.
Just in case you’re thinking of submitting one to the App Store in the near future.
Connecting your Netflix account to Facebook will no longer result in shows being posted or shared on your friends’ news feeds.
A second wave of questionnaires have been sent out to Facebook and WhatsApp’s rivals as the EU tries to identify the difference between a social network and a messaging app.
The company is expected to announce its budget smartphone platform for the Indian market on 16 September.
The control system will be entirely automated, and will be first used for agriculture next year.
SHORE analyses facial expressions in real-time to determine the mood a person is in, as well as their gender and age.
Technology - Monday 1 September, 2014
The change is intentional, by the way.
The recent image leak involving numerous female celebrities has brought the focus on cloud security, but does this mean your own files are under threat?
The company is said to have reached a deal with Visa, Mastercard and American Express over a new payment service that uses NFC technology.
Technology - Sunday 31 August, 2014
It’s not just instant messsaging apps they’re using, quite a lot of time goes into watching and creating videos and images too.
Technology - Saturday 30 August, 2014
Featuring a novel approach to image sharing apps, a personalised weather service and a terrifying PC game brought to the small screen.
With the new school term starting up, it’s good to get yourself prepared for the year ahead.
Technology - Friday 29 August, 2014
The service, which had 330 million members worldwide at its peak, will be retired and integrated into Skype.
Facebook users on mobile will be able to search for old posts using keywords instead of having to find them manually.
The company updated the privacy rules around its HealthKit service as its next product launch approaches.
So far, it has successfully delivered a number of items to farmers in the Australian outback, but the project is “years away” from becoming official.
Technology - Thursday 28 August, 2014
‘*cough* iPhone 6 *cough*’.
Leap Motion is working on an attachment for Oculus Rift which allows you to interact with a VR experience using your hands.
The site has put together a post which aims to dispel the myths surrounding its app.
The company promises to remove more apps which mislead users and crack down on fake and scam apps.
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Despite dropping all claims outside the US, the patent battle between both companies rages on.
The site has opened up its analytics service to all users so now you can see how well (or badly) your tweets are doing.
The company also announced a Bluetooth necklace which vibrates when you receive calls and notifications (if that’s the kind of product you’re looking for).
Technology - Wednesday 27 August, 2014
Anna Sarkeesian had critiqued the trope of violence against women in video games.
The company created the replica tablet computers as part of a promotion happening in Australia.
If you’re worried about using up too much mobile data, this will come in handy.
Where everyone will be creating hyperlapse videos, Snapchat’s big plans are revealed and a different approach from Samsung.
Turning down Facebook’s offer of $3 billion doesn’t sound so crazy now, does it?
Technology - Tuesday 26 August, 2014
Hyperlapse is Instagram’s second standalone app.
A repeating image of a car crash began appearing on some Google Image Search earlier today.
The popular language learning app has seen more than 6,000 people sign up to its Irish course, which is currently in beta.
Apple said that a “very small percentage” of iPhone 5 devices had battery problems and has launched a free replacement scheme for those affected.
Turns out watching people play videogames is more lucrative than you think.
Technology - Monday 25 August, 2014
Google looked the favourites to land the deal but lost out.
There has been a series of initiatives put in place to encourage interest in STEM subjects for school leavers; will the effort be rewarded with good jobs?
It’s only a matter of time before the cat version arrives.
So long as there’s a browser equivalent of said app available, that is.