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Russian Hackers Might Have Gotten Into Democratic Smartphones, Too

5 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Federal Bureau of Investigation thinks Russian hackers may have targeted the mobile phones of democratic party officials, according to Reuters. The US government also blamed Russia for the hack on the Democratic National Committee, which exposed a trove of embarrassing internal emails and documents. Read more...

2016’s Largest Environmental Mass Mobilization — National Drive Electric Week

The Sierra Club’s press release Monday shares that, indeed, National Drive Electric Day has become a popular and expanding celebration of electric cars, a shining example of our future. Electric cars are immeasurably valuable environmental investments. Show More Summary

Mobile Nations Weekly: Sequels and successors

iPhone 7 takes the world by storm, Forza races onto consoles everywhere, and yet another chat platform says Allo. If there's only one iPhone 7 review you read, make it Rene's at iMore. Diving deep into what makes the new iPhone, both good and bad, it's everything you need to know about the phone you're going to start seeing everywhere. Show More Summary

The United Nations Just Launched Its Own Social Media App

The U.N. is hoping its new mobile app will help millennials and others around the world be more technologically and socially engaged with the goals of the intergovernmental organization. U.N. officials say the SDGs in Action mobile app,...Show More Summary

AirPods first impressions

How do Apple's all-new, all-wireless AirPods work? Here your first look! Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editorial director for Mobile Nations, analyst for iMore, video and...Show More Summary

Ridesharing apps face lawsuits over disability access

AUSTIN — Two ridesharing companies have been sued in federal court by the National Federation of the Blind's Texas chapter over allegations that their mobile apps cannot be used by the blind. The companies involved in the suit, Get Me...Show More Summary

The iPhone I want versus the iPhone I need

The burden of compromise is realizing the iPhone you want isn't the iPhone you need. Daniel Bader is a Senior Editor at Mobile Nations, working with the teams at iMore, Android Central and Windows Central on content and planning. InShow More Summary

DirecTV Now To Offer 100+ Channels With No Data Charges On AT&T, CEO Says

AT&T’ CEO Randall Stephenson just served up a few details about his widely anticipated DirecTV Now national live streaming video service, planned to launch by year end. The effort to turn the telco into a mobile video power — directly...Show More Summary

Cellphones, Not Banks, May Be Key to Finance in the Developing World

McKinsey finds the vast recent dissemination of mobile technology is poised to substantially increase the economic output of developing nations.

Gaming Mobile Black Spot Funding: A Malcolm Turnbull Innovation

A national audit office report into mobile black spot funding reveals a decidedly ‘Liberal’ approach to allocating funding, writes Labor’s Stephen Jones. “Are you there? Hello, are you there?” You could be driving down any highway in regional Australia and the phone goes dead. You’re left talking to yourself. How often has that happened to [...]Show More Summary

How to Turn Your Startup into a National Brand in 10 Years

Nick Friedman, co-founder and president of College Hunks Hauling Junk, explains why social media and mobile applications have helped create new business models for startups.

Mobile Nations Weekly: Sevens

You might have heard about the hot new thing in tech... Samsung's Note 7-shaped hole, err, recall just keeps getting deeper — the recall of the potentially-explosive phone got "now the government's involved" official. If you're still...Show More Summary

No, hisses and buzzes aren't unique to iPhone 7 and aren't a problem

What's going on with reports of iPhone 7 'HissGate' and 'BuzzGate'? We've investigated! Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editorial director for Mobile Nations, analyst for...Show More Summary

2016 Passport Awareness Month - #PicturePerfectPassport Campaign

Every September, the State Department conducts a national public awareness campaign to capture the attention of an increasingly mobile U.S. population. This year, the Department’s office of Passport Services will launch the #PicturePerfectPassport...Show More Summary

Aukey KM-G3 mechanical gaming keyboard review

How good can an inexpensive mechanical keyboard be? Better than you might think. A keyboard is a pretty important tool to all of us here at Mobile Nations. We make our living by typing on one. And, of course, a lot of us enjoy some time WASDing our way through a game or two. Show More Summary

Rule the high seas with the swashbuckling adventure Pirates of Everseas

Pirates of Everseas is a city building game where you take to the high seas to build an empire of island nations. Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, the game offers a nice blend of construction, exploration and combat elements. The game has support for creating alliances with other players and plenty of customizations for your fleet of ships. Show More Summary

Mobile Nations Weekly: Seven squared

A new iPhone 7 and a Galaxy Note 7 walk into a bar and things get a little heated. It happens every year — Apple announces a new iPhone and the tech world comes to a halt. This year is was for the iPhone 7 — it's faster, more water resistant, and sporting better cameras than ever before. Show More Summary

Casinos Coming to Expect More from Online Engagement

This week, our sister site mGamingWatch was briefed on the recent news that Engaged Nation … The post Casinos Coming to Expect More from Online Engagement appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.

AFL-CIO National Day of Action Accelerates Labor 2016

On Sept. 10, local labor movements around the country will lead the largest national day of action this election cycle. Thousands of union members, volunteers and release staff will mobilize as part of the Labor 2016 campaign. A wide range of events in key states will propel working people toward Election Day.

#TNRLive: Mobilizing to Defeat Climate Change

Join the New Republic and three of our nation’s leading environmental activists for a critical public conversation on climate change, its social, political, and biological impact, and what can be done now to arrest, and where possible...Show More Summary

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