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US educator denies sex crimes in YouTube case
RIVERSIDE, California (AP) A judge on Friday refused to dismiss sexual assault charges against a U.S. educator who was confronted with the allegations of abuse in a phone call by a former student who then posted the conversation...
[nzherald.co.nz - world] BBC and Sky experience fault on iOS
The BBC and Sky's video-on-demand apps simultaneously experience a fault on iPhones and iPads that prevents TV shows from streaming.
[BBC News] Information storage for the next generation of plastic computers: Efficient conversion from magnetic storage to light is key
Inexpensive computers, cell phones and other systems that substitute flexible plastic for silicon chips may be one step closer to reality, thanks to new research. Scientists have made a new proposal for overcoming a major obstacle to the development of such plastic devices -- the large amount (...)
[Science daily] As PC market stabilizes, Intel focuses on smartphones
Inside Intel's family of chips, communications is now its problem child.
[Network World] Review: Samsung Galaxy S5
Does the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone keep its promises? In our review, we find out.
[CNN Money] Automakers show off in-vehicle Wi-Fi, new smartphone interfaces
Ahead of the big New York Auto Show, several car companies today displayed in-vehicle infotainment systems that connect to smartphones to use mobile apps, music playlists, calling features and calendars.
[Network World] Kaba Introduces New InSync RFID Key with Dual Technologies
Kaba Access and Data Systems Americas, a leading electronic lock supplier for the multifamily housing market, introduces a new series of dual credential InSync RFID keys. The new InSync RFID keys offer a single electronic key solution for use on standalone locks and hard wired/telephone entry (...)
[WebWire High tech security] Lens turns any smartphone into a portable microscope
The Micro Phone Lens can turn any smartphone or tablet computer into a hand-held microscope. The soft, pliable lens sticks to a device's camera without any adhesive or glue and makes it possible to see things magnified dozens of times on the (...)
[Science daily] Futuristic robots allow doctors to examine patients from anywhere
A fleet of telemedicine robots to improve efficiency and patient care is being deployed to physicians, who will use them to examine patients remotely. Using a laptop, tablet or smartphone, doctors are now able to interact and perform their jobs in ways not previously possible. They can see, (...)
[Science daily] Cortana, Microsoft's Siri-like assistant, fills a Windows Phone gap
Adding a voice assistant to the forthcoming Windows Phone 8.1 means that Microsoft's mobile platform can stand alongside Apple's and Google's 'personal assistant' offerings - and in some instances, exceed them Continue reading...
[The Guardian] 20 best iPhone and iPad apps and games this week
One Born Every Minute, Trials Frontier, British Newspaper Archive, Family Guy, Carousel, Sequence by Incident and more Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Heartbleed: routers and phones also at risk, says security expert
Manufacturers must patch routers, video conferencing software and desktop phones, as scale of software vulnerability continues to grow Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Android did not support touchscreens until iPhone release, documents show
Confidential documents released as part of the Apple-Samsung trial reveal that Android was built for buttons, not touchscreens Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Boot up: dead web?, handheld jet engines, big iPhone excitement, and more
Plus how accurate is Samsung's S5 heart monitor?, Ubuntu's cloud to close, tablet sales examined, and more Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Samsung's latest smartphone monitors your heart
Korean company's new flagship Galaxy S5 packs a heart rate monitor and will track your motions and monitor your steps Continue reading...