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Facebook Details Home Privacy

Facebook Details Home Privacy

  Following yesterday’s announcement of ”Home,” Facebook’s new Android launcher, the company has come forward to address the privacy concerns of its users ... »

Hands on with the HTC First and Facebook’s Home Launcher for Android

Hands on with the HTC First and Facebook’s Home Launcher for Android

  Today at Facebook’s Menlo Park campus, TNW spent time with both the HTC First, a device that comes pre-loaded with Facebook’s new Home launcher, and a va... »

HTC One Pre-Sales Start at AT&T April 4 for $199.99, Smartphone Ships April 19

HTC One Pre-Sales Start at AT&T April 4 for $199.99, Smartphone Ships April 19

  HTC’s great aluminum hope, the HTC One, will be available on AT&T beginning April 19, with pre-orders starting April 4. The smartphone will cost $199... »

Automatic Backup for Your Smartphone Photos

Automatic Backup for Your Smartphone Photos

  It’s official. Smartphones are the primary cameras for most people. With the ever-improving quality of the smartphone camera, gone are the days when you ... »

The World Doesn’t Need a Facebook Android OS, but it could be Zuckerberg’s ultimate mobile testing lab

The World Doesn’t Need a Facebook Android OS, but it could be Zuckerberg’s ultimate mobile testing lab

  Facebook’s invitation for press to attend the unveiling of its “new home on Android” quickly led to apparently well-sourced reports from9to5Google, TechC... »

BlackBerry 10 Users in the US Can Now Watch TV Shows from PBS, Univision and Viacom

BlackBerry 10 Users in the US Can Now Watch TV Shows from PBS, Univision and Viacom

  Following its recent collaboration with digital music distribution serviceZimbalam, BlackBerry has bolstered its content offering on the BlackBerry World... »

ZURB launches Foundation 4

ZURB launches Foundation 4

  Product design firm ZURB, the creator of tools like Notable and Verify, has just released Foundation 4, the latest iteration of its open-source, front-en... »

T-Mobile Will Sell the iPhone on April 12 For $99 Down, Twenty $20 Monthly Payments

T-Mobile Will Sell the iPhone on April 12 For $99 Down, Twenty $20 Monthly Payments

  The iPhone has been make-or-break for carriers. AT&T had exclusivity for a while, hurting Verizon and Sprint until they got their hands on the iconic... »

Eric Schmidt Drops a Hint That Google’s Siri Competitor is Coming to iPhone Soon

Eric Schmidt Drops a Hint That Google’s Siri Competitor is Coming to iPhone Soon

Business Insider, William Wei Google chairman Eric Schmidt hinted today that Google Now, the company’s Siri-like assistant for Android devices, has been s... »

How Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Should Have Launched

How Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Should Have Launched

  Success begets not only further success but also harder-to-meet market expectations. That message was clearly evident after Samsung’s unveiling of ... »

Why the New BlackBerry is Worth a Look

Why the New BlackBerry is Worth a Look

Flickr photo courtesy of the Office of the Maryland Governor Just as businesses are switching to Android and iOS devices, the BlackBerry gets a new operating sy... »

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