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A Hacking Group Is Selling iOS Vulnerabilities To State Actors

Well-funded and professional organization sells extremely sophisticated mobile spyware to nation states. The post A Hacking Group Is Selling iOS Vulnerabilities To State Actors appeared first on WIRED.

A Regular Liberal Critic Goes All In On Clinton's Presidential Run

17 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

One of the nation’s top liberal advocacy groups is mobilizing its expansive network to aid Hillary Clinton’s campaign against Donald Trump and prop up Senate Democratic nominees. MoveOn.org announced on Thursday that it will be hiring more than three dozen paid staff to serve as state directors and field organizers in eight key states. Show More Summary

NAB Show New York Launches Live Streaming Conference

Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and scheduled for November 9-10 at the … The post NAB Show New York Launches Live Streaming Conference appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.

RNC pulls worst fundraising numbers in recent years

Even as talk in political circles has focused on the Trump campaign’s apparent reliance on the Republican National Committee for much of its basic voter mobilization effort in November, reports filed with the FEC over the weekend show the RNC having arguably the worst fundraising July in at least four presidential cycles. The RNC reported…

New York Area Trainings Kick Off National Tour for Voter Mobilization in November

Post submitted by Ryan Wilson, Senior Regional Field Organizer for the Southern U.S. Last week, HRC’s Equality Votes campaign kicked off a nationwide tour holding workshops in local communities where staff equip and empower local volunteers...Show More Summary

Mobile Nations Weekly: So Noted

The Note 7 arrives, Honor 8 makes a splash, and a treat for Windows Phone users. Behold, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now here — and Android Central has everything you need to know about the S Pen-toting flagship Android phone. AlsoShow More Summary

Mobile Nations Weekly: So Noted

The Note 7 arrives, Honor 8 makes a splash, and a treat for Windows Phone users. Behold, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now here — and Android Central has everything you need to know about the S Pen-toting flagship Android phone. AlsoShow More Summary

The nature of upward Danish mobility

This link is now about two weeks old, but I’m on my way to Denmark and you’re going to get whatever I am thinking about, like it or not: The first big idea is that Denmark is not a nation of Horatio Algersens. Its high social mobility is not the result of an economy that […] The post The nature of upward Danish mobility appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

56 Percent of Top Retail Searches Now Come from Mobile, Report Says

Here's more evidence we're becoming a mobile nation. New data shows more than half of all web searches are conducted from a phone or tablet.

Other Nations Are Light Years Ahead Of The U.S. In Fiber-Optic Broadband Adoption [Infographic]

Even though the United States has the highest number of fixed and mobile broadband subscriptions (375 and 100 million respectively) among all OECD countries, it lags far behind other developed nations in terms of connection speeds. Many initiatives have been launched to improve the situation, such as Google Fiber. While [...]

AT&T’s new data plans trade one overage penalty for another

One of the nation's biggest wireless carriers is rolling out a series of new data plans that change what's been a key part of the company's business for years. Starting Sunday, AT&T will begin offering what it calls the Mobile Share Advantage plan, which eliminates the pricey fees that consumers currently face if they go over their monthly data […]

iPhone 7 and the potential for waterproofing

Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editor-in-chief of iMore, executive editor for Mobile Nations, video and podcast host, you can follow him on Snapchat or Twitter @reneritchie. / /-->/ /-->/ Should...Show More Summary

Galaxy Note 7 is here... but are you better off waiting for iPhone 7 instead?

Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editor-in-chief of iMore, executive editor for Mobile Nations, video and podcast host, you can follow him on Snapchat or Twitter @reneritchie. / /-->/ /-->/ When...Show More Summary

10 Best Cities for Mobile Networks

Being in a big city doesn't always translate into having a great mobile network performance. The New York City area, for example, may be the most populous in the nation, but it comes in at a mediocre 59th in a new ranking by RootMetrics. The site looked at the 125...

Mobile Nations Weekly: Ramp up

Yet another Android security scare, yet more MacBook rumors, and yet even more Windows 10 builds. Android's open nature doesn't mean that it's any more vulnerable to security threats than any other OS. But it does mean that it's more vulnerable to the perception of being more vulnerable. Show More Summary

Amtrak too is discontinuing their app for Windows phone starting today

Microsoft's lack of mobile market share is starting to catch up with its app catalog. Last night, we reported that MyFitnessPal was dropping support and now we have confirmation that Amtrak – the National Railroad Passenger Corporation...Show More Summary

A Call for Immigration Reform: Entrepreneurship is Unrestrained by Nationality

From Latin America to sub-Saharan Africa, innovators are coming up with brilliant ideas and launching new ventures. I know this firsthand, as Founding Partner of Future\Perfect Ventures and former Director of Mobile Investments at the social impact fund Omidyar Network. Show More Summary

Making Blockchain Waves With National Currencies Mobilizing Centralized Order Matching

Die-hard fans claim bitcoin is a panacea for the world’s financial ills and will be adopted for everything from bank clearing to stock exchanges. But this future-gazing misses where the use cases are right now - and therefore where the easy wins are for broader blockchain tech. Ask around the enthusiast [...]

Vaya Now Has Australia's Cheapest Unlimited Mobile Plan

If you send a lot of text messages and make a lot of calls to your buddies around Australia, then you definitely want a mobile phone plan with unlimited SMS and national calling. You don’t have to spend much money at all to make that happen, though — Vaya says it can do exactly that, plus a little bit of 4G data too, for just $16 a month. More »      

Apple TV Guide and skating around the Hollywood defense

Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editor-in-chief of iMore, executive editor for Mobile Nations, video and podcast host, you can follow him on Snapchat or Twitter @reneritchie. / /-->/ /-->/ Any...Show More Summary

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