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Samsung demands $6m as it attacks Apples FaceTime video calling

Samsung has claimed that Apple’s FaceTime feature infringes on its video call patent, as the trial between the two technology companies intensifies. The Samsung return follows three weeks of defence against infringement claims by ... More »

One in three Android apps on non-Google stores are malicious, study finds

Almost a third of Android apps on third-party app stores contain some form of malicious software, according to research from cybersecurity firm Opswat. Knock-off versions of popular apps such as Twitter and Angry Birds dominate ... More »

Windows Phone review 8.1 advances, but needs to close 'app gap'

For years now, Microsoft has been playing catch-up in the smartphone race as Apple's iPhone and Google's Android have raced ahead. But the new 8.1 version of its Windows Phone software – which will ... More »

MusicQubed aims for forgotten fans priced out by streaming music services

Digital music in 2014 tends to divide between three main strands: Apple’s iTunes and other download stores; streaming music services like Spotify, Deezer and Rdio; and YouTube or Vevo for music videos. In other words: ... More »

Heartbleed makes 50m Android phones vulnerable, data shows

At least 4m Android smartphones in the US, and tens of millions worldwide, could be exploited by a version of the "Heartbleed" security flaw, data provided to the Guardian shows. Worldwide, the figure could be ... More »

Samsung demands $6m as it attacks Apples FaceTime video calling

Samsung has claimed that Apple’s FaceTime feature infringes on its video call patent, as the trial between the two technology companies intensifies. The Samsung return follows three weeks of defence against infringement claims by ...

One in three Android apps on non-Google stores are malicious, study finds

Almost a third of Android apps on third-party app stores contain some form of malicious software, according to research from cybersecurity firm Opswat. Knock-off versions of popular apps such as Twitter and Angry Birds dominate ...

Windows Phone review 8.1 advances, but needs to close 'app gap'

The home screen of a phone running the forthcoming Windows Phone 8.1 operating system.

For years now, Microsoft has been playing catch-up in the smartphone race as Apple's iPhone and Google's Android have raced ahead. But the new 8.1 version of its Windows Phone software – which will ...

MusicQubed aims for forgotten fans priced out by streaming music services

MusicQubed plans to launch apps for more partners in 2014.

Digital music in 2014 tends to divide between three main strands: Apple’s iTunes and other download stores; streaming music services like Spotify, Deezer and Rdio; and YouTube or Vevo for music videos. In other words: ...

Heartbleed makes 50m Android phones vulnerable, data shows

At least 4m Android smartphones in the US, and tens of millions worldwide, could be exploited by a version of the "Heartbleed" security flaw, data provided to the Guardian shows. Worldwide, the figure could be ...

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet review

Tablet season 2014 is upon us and vying for your attention is the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet. It's slimmer, lighter and more powerful than its Tablet Z predecessor and offers some standout features such as waterproofing. If you want to splash around in the... go to source

Zeebox relaunched as Beamly, just watch out if you've not seen Game of Thrones Season 4 episode 2 yet

The second screen TV companion app formerly known as Zeebox has relaunched with new features, a new look and, most importantly, a new name. Available for iOS and Android, Beamly remains a second screen social networking application for TV shows, but... go to source

Social TV app Zeebox relaunches as Beamly to lose 'male geeky' image

Beamly is relaunching its iOS and Android apps.

UK-based social TV app Zeebox is rebranding itself as Beamly, as part of its efforts to show it's a mainstream product rather than just a Twitter-savvy TV guide for geeks. The company – which launched ...