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1. Amazon Could Be ESPN of Video Games

August 28, 2014
...gamers. Twitch CEO Emmett Shear said Amazon is a good fit because "they believe in our community, they share our values and long-term vision." Google had been in talks to buy Twitch, but no deal materialized. Forrester Research analyst James McQuivey believes Google might have been a better fit for Twitch. ...

2. Reading Tablets Decent, But Needed?

August 28, 2014
...other Android device. It doesn't outshine rivals, but it works well at the basics. You can buy e-books, movies and other content through Barnes & Noble. Or you can use Googles online Play store -- though you'll need Googles apps to read or watch what you buy there. Pictures taken with the 3 megapixel rear camera aren't as sharp as ...

3. Dropbox Joins Storage Price Wars, Revises 'Pro' Plan

August 27, 2014
...terabyte of storage space and also features a host of new security tools. The new pricing puts Dropbox's offering in line with similar plans offered by Google and Microsoft. Google Drive provides users with up to 15 gigabytes of storage for free, and announced this past March that it would charge $9.99 per month for 1 ...

4. NSA Uses Google-Like Search Engine To Share Data

August 26, 2014
The National Security Agency (NSA) has developed its own version of Google to search through the billions of phone calls, e-mails and other electronic communications it monitors, according to a report by The Intercept. The search engine, known as ICREACH, allows ...

5. Secure Your Phone Without Passcodes

August 26, 2014
...don't have to choose ahead of time. The phone figures it out. After six failed attempts, you're required to use your passcode or sign in with your Google account. All of these security measures do make it less convenient to use your phone, as it means an extra step to send a quick text ...

6. Are Government Spies Tipping Off Tor?

August 25, 2014 a browser that lets users access the entire Internet -- anonymously. Using Tor, a user can decide if he wants to make himself anonymous to log into sites like Google and Facebook. In a blog post, developers of the anonymous browsing service said it found a group of relays it assumed were trying to deanonymize users. ...

7. PlayStation Network Back Online After Attack

August 25, 2014
...plague big name companies, thanks to the greater availability of resources for hackers.” Persistent DDoS attacks can sometimes last for weeks. In a time when anyone can Google up a “botnet for hire” and use it to execute a 20-Gbps to a 40-Gbps attack from several thousands sources, Gaffan said organizations across the world need to re-evaluate ...

8. New Trend: Multitasking on Mobile Devices

August 25, 2014
...a slider you can use to control how much screen space each app takes. Multi-Window works with only selected apps, though. You can use Samsung's Video or Googles Play Movies & TV app as one of the selections, but not Hulu or Netflix. Even so, the choices have gotten better since Samsung first made this feature available ...

9. Phone Apps Have a Tough Time Grabbing More Users

August 23, 2014
...June 2014, Facebook is king in terms of both total audience size and time spent using an app. YouTube comes in second with over 83 million unique users, followed by Google Play (72 million), Google Search (70 million) and Pandora Radio (69 million). ...

10. Google Glass Adds Voice Access to Phone Contacts

August 21, 2014
...user's area and an international currency converter. Wearables Market Set To Triple Users on the Glass Journal and on the Google Glass Google page generally welcomed the update with comments like, "Very nice," "Cool!" and "Awesome update!" A number of commenters also suggested additional improvements to the device, with several ...
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