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The bane of your existence: Smartphones and ‘technostress’
If you feel stressed out by your smartphone, it might be down to your personality as well as your phone, a new study suggests.
[Science daily]

Pebble Time Steel: metal body and 150-hour battery life is how all smartwatches should be
The new version of the e-paper smartwatch has a premium look and feel – and gets the basics done right, supporting Android and iPhone The Pebble Time Steel is an all-metal version of the crowdfunded iPhone and Android compatible smartwatch – and it lasts for an astounding 150 hours per charge. (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple admits fault causes 'blurry' photos on some iPhone 6 Plus
Company blames bad iSight camera component but says that only ‘a small percentage’ of devices are affected If you’ve had a run of blurry photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus smartphone, the problem may not be your photographic skills. Apple has launched a camera replacement programme for the device (...)
[The Guardian]

Spotify's super-creepy new privacy policy
Spotify's new privacy policy lets the streaming music service scan your phone and track your location.
[CNN Money]

Opera launches 'Web on Wheels' Wi-Fi-enabled car
Residents of many cities in India can enjoy exploring the web for free from their mobile phones. Opera Software, makers of the popular Opera Mini mobile browser have launched Web on Wheels (WOW), featuring a specially-equipped WOW car that provides free Wi-Fi access to those in range. Opera (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Opera launches 'Web on Wheels' Wi-Fi-enabled car
Residents of many cities in India can enjoy exploring the web for free from their mobile phones. Opera Software, makers of the popular Opera Mini mobile browser have launched Web on Wheels (WOW), featuring a specially-equipped WOW car that provides free Wi-Fi access to those in range. Opera (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

Opera launches 'Web on Wheels' Wi-Fi-enabled car
Residents of many cities in India can enjoy exploring the web for free from their mobile phones. Opera Software, makers of the popular Opera Mini mobile browser have launched Web on Wheels (WOW), featuring a specially-equipped WOW car that provides free Wi-Fi access to those in range. Opera (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

IPhone users can try out Samsung phones for $1
Samsung wants iPhone customers to test drive its latest Galaxy phones for a month.
[CNN Money]

OnePlus 2: The best deal you'll get on a smartphone
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Cellphone data can track infectious diseases
Tracking mobile phone data is often associated with privacy issues, but these vast datasets could be the key to understanding how infectious diseases are spread seasonally, according to a study.
[Science daily]

Never edit another video again
We tested three apps that use algorithms to automatically edit your smartphone video clips into movies.
[CNN Money]

Smartphone sales 'fall in China'
Smartphone sales record their first year-on-year drop, according to research firm Gartner, but Huawei and Apple buck the trend.
[BBC]

Smartphone sales 'fall in China'
Smartphone sales record their first year-on-year drop, according to research firm Gartner, but Huawei and Apple buck the trend.
[BBC News]

Your new phone will have less Google bloatware
Recent changes to the rules phone makers need to follow to get a Google approved version of Android have allowed for certain apps to no longer be mandatory. Google Play Games, Google Play Books, Google+ and Google Newsstand now join the ranks with Google Earth and Google Keep as apps that (...)
[OSNews]

Project Ara delayed because it broke apart when dropped
It turns out that when you make an unconventional phone that lets you swap out its core components, it can be hard to make that same phone stay put together - at least compared to today's smartphones. Google's Project Ara team has tweeted an explanation for why its pilot test plans were (...)
[OSNews]

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