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FBI Can Remotely Activate Android and Laptop Microphones, Reports WSJ

Last month, we discussed whether the new Microsoft Kinect could be used as an NSA spying tool. When it comes to the microphones in Android cell phones and laptop computers, though, surveillance might not be a theoretical question. The Wall Street Journal reports that the FBI can already remotely activate...

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Moto X: Is it the Start of Google's Hardware Era?

Moto X, to be unveiled to a select group in New York City, is designed to show the art of the possible when Android, hardware and cloud services blend together. Can Google-Motorola develop hardware mojo?

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Samsung at Work on Dual-Screen 'Galaxy Folder' -- Report

The Folder is a flip phone that comes with a dual-sided touchscreen, according to a leaked manual. [Read more]    ...

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Apple Said to be Eyeing Samsung for Retina iPad Mini Screens

High-resolution screens for next-gen tablet may come from Apple's chief competitor and legal foe, sources tell The Wall Street Journal. [Read more]    ...

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MediaTek Mints Big.Little Quad-Core SoC, Octa-Core Due Soon

MediaTek announced a quad-core system-on-chip with dual ARM Cortex-A15 and dual Cortex-A7 cores that is said to be the first Big.Little SoC to operate all four cores simultaneously. The tablet-focused MT8135 is further equipped with a new PowerVR Series6 G6200 GPU from Imagination Technologies, and will be followed by an...

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