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Gigaom: Like iOS 8, Android L will reportedly make it harder for cops to access what’s on your phone

Google has told the Washington Post that the upcoming Android L will include encryption by default, in a way that won't let Google itself access what's on users' devices.

Exclusive: iCracked will buy your old iPhone from you while you're in line for your iPhone 6

If you're planning on standing in line at an Apple Store for an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus tomorrow morning, you might be able to actually sell your old iPhone while you wait and have money available to buy the new device. iCracked has a brilliant idea...

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Launch Day: What to Expect

Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will launch in the United States tomorrow, with Apple retail stores, carrier stores, and several major retailers offering the two devices for sale. We've gathered up a list of U.S. locations that will be selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, listed below, along with general opening times. Show More Summary

Android L to Have Encryption Turned On By Default

14 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Google today said that encryption will be turned on automatically in the next release of Android, which is expected to arrive next month. Encryption will make it harder for law enforcement to access user data on such devices. "For over...Show More Summary

Android L will have device encryption on by default

And Google says it doesn't have the keys to give to law enforcement.

Ericsson to Dump Mobile Modem Biz

17 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Ericsson today said it will cease to make wireless modems for mobile devices and cut about 1,000 jobs as a result. Ericsson cited fierce competition in the space as playing a role in its decision. More and more handset companies are demanding modems that are built into application processors, such as those made by Qualcomm. Show More Summary

$699 is all that separates you from an imported Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Samsung's metal-clad Galaxy Alpha may not have an official release date in the U.S., but popular device importer Expansys will be happy to sell you one for a cool $699. That price is quite high, but shouldn't shock anyone who's bought a brand new device from an importer before. Show More Summary

Mesosphere cofounder envisions future data center as ‘one big computer’ | #OpenStackSV

The data center of the future will be fully virtualized, with everything from power supplies to storage devices consolidated into a single pool and managed by software, according to an executive whose company intends to lead the way. Florian Leibert, … Continue reading ?

Will HealthKit data actually be useful for doctors?

Since Apple’s announcement of HealthKit at its Worldwide Developers Conference companies have been working to develop HealthKit-compatible apps and devices, but can doctors really use any of this data? Read more about Will HealthKit data actually be useful for doctors?

Will HealthKit data actually be useful for doctors?

Since Apple’s announcement of HealthKit at its Worldwide Developers Conference companies have been working to develop HealthKit-compatible apps and devices, but can doctors really use any of this data? Read more about Will HealthKit data actually be useful for doctors?

Qualcomm gets in on digital eyewear with Vufioria developer tools

Qualcomm announced a new software development kit for anybody getting in on augmented reality apps for devices like the Samsung Gear VR or Google Glass. Qualcomm's Vuforia SDK will enable augmented reality apps with this burgeoning sector of devices, mainly by easing the process of calibrating position. Show More Summary

Qualcomm offers developer support for virtual reality and digital eyewear

20 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Smartwatches may be the most popular wearable products right now, but facewear is certainly on the up and up. Devices like Samsung's Gear VR and the Epson Moverio glasses are either already on the market or will be coming in the very near future, but...

Gigaom: Twilio starts sending pictures to landlines and expands into the internet of things

21 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : jkOnTheRun

Twilio isn't just offering MMS up as consumer-facing communications service. CEO Jeff Lawson believes it will become a key way of sending data between devices and the cloud on the internet…

HTC’s Nexus 9 tablet could be released on October 16th

As time goes on we’re starting to hear more and more about HTC’s upcoming Nexus tablet, which is being referred to as the Nexus 9, but now we have some details on when the device will be released to the public. Apparently it’ll be released on October 16th. Show More Summary

OnePlus One pre-orders will be open for limited time

The folks behind the OnePlus One will be temporarily accepting traditional pre-orders for a limited window in late October. If they have the devices in stock, they'll ship right away, and if they don't, they'll put you on pre-order status. Show More Summary

Top 8 upgrades with iOS 8: A new experience without a new phone

By tomorrow, September 19, Apple, Inc. retail stores will be swamped with fanboys wanting to upgrade to a new iPhone, but purchasing a brand new device isn’t the only way to get a brand new iPhone experience. Apple’s updated operating … Continue reading ?

Amazon hopes more devices will drive success

Special tablets for kids, a new sub-$100 model, and new Kindles need bigger audiences

The best feature in iOS 8 is third-party keyboards

With the release of iOS 8, third-party extensions will now -- finally -- be allowed on Apple's mobile devices. This brings one feature that Apple users have been begging for: third-party keyboards, and thus swipe-to-text. No longer will you be unable to reach certain letters while holding a drink in the other hand.

These Athletic Wearables Aim To Stop Injuries Before They Happen

The devices' makers and other experts say the real key will be in harnessing user data to figure out exactly what gets athletes hurt. This article includes interviews with Jolt's Benjamin Harvatine, Reebok's Paul Litchfield, Boogio's Jose Torres, Scribe Labs' Tim Clark, and Purdue University professor Thomas Talavage. Read Full Story

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