OnePlus will launch another smartphone before the end of 2015

In an interview with USA Today, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei revealed that the manufacturer will release another handset by the end of the year:

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Les salles d’opérations sont envahies par les smartphones

Les salles d’opérations sont envahies par les smartphones
Medscape France vient de réaliser une étude qui fait froid dans le dos. Les smartphones sont de plus en plus utilisés dans les salles d’opération et pas forcément pour des raisons professionnelles.

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Source : Be Geek http://www.begeek.fr/les-salles-doperations-sont-envahies-par-les-smartphones-176952

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Menlo Security partners with Webroot in enterprise malware screening push

The partnership will expand the use of website isolation techniques to keep the enterprise safe from malware.

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A frustrated fan figured out how to hack his way into a new spot in the OnePlus 2 invite queue

Tired of the way OnePlus allows others to jump ahead in the OnePlus 2 invitation line by signing up others in some sort of quasi-pyramid scheme, frustrated fan Jake Cooper has taken matters into his own hands.

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Optus wants you swimming in mobile data

Optus wants you swimming in mobile data

Though Optus has offered family data sharing since April, the telco has announced that it will be allowing more of its plans to utilise a new data pooling feature.

The previous data pool arrangement allowed Optus mobile users to link their mobile data with a separate internet-only data plan for devices like tablets, but as of today a number of personal and business plans will be able to benefit from data pooling too.

Anyone with more than one My Plan Plus or My Plan Business, including both SIM only plans and term based contracts, on the one bill, will now be able to share the total data quota across up to six devices.

Add a tablet to the tab

Existing account holders with an active 12 or 24 month mobile or mobile broadband plan are also eligible to claim an $150 one time credit, for adding a new device on a 24 month contract to the bill.

Optus has stated that the credit for new device offer is valid until the 5th of October.

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Sprint brings some new faces on board in executive shakeup

Sprint has announced a slight executive shakeup today, bringing in former Telstra exec Tarek Robbiati as its new CFO, and Günther Ottendorfer as its COO of technology. The shakeup will also see Sprint’s Chief Network Officer, John Saw, promoted to Chief Technology Officer. Sprint is clearly looking to bring a fresh outlook on its strategy in the competitive mobile space with some new faces. Speaking on Robbiati’s new position as CFO, Sprint emphasized his track record for transformation at his previous posts:

During his time in senior operating and finance roles at FlexiGroup, Telstra International Group, CSL Limited and Orange Plc., he helped to successfully transform these companies, reorganizing them, refining their strategy and making the choices that strengthened them and positioned them to grow.

Similarly, Sprint is hoping that Ottendorfer will help the company successfully expand its wireless network:

Sprint has been making substantial progress in delivering a network with the reliability, capacity and speed customers demand. Ottendorfer, in his capacity leading the Technology Office, will lead the company’s efforts to build on that progress by deploying the next generation of its wireless network. This will capitalize on Sprint’s rich spectrum portfolio, increasing coverage and capacity by significantly densifying the company’s network.

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You can now buy a super secure phone named after Alan Turing

You can now buy a super secure phone named after Alan Turing

Let us introduce you to the Turing Phone, made by Turing Robotics Industries, named after the father of computing, Alun Turing – and now, up for pre-order.

The Touring Phone touts itself to have "world-class security", as Turing Robotics built its own end-to-end authentication scheme that works of of your phone’s private key, making it fully functional offline.

The company says that by using its own Turing apps and this decentralized-authentication process, it "bypasses conventional third party exposures and is insulated from malicious behavior."

Of course, as the phone works off of Android Lollipop 5.1, you will still have access to Google Play and all the apps from the store, but these apps won’t have the same security measures.

Stronger than steel

The Turing Phone is encased in a material called Liquidmorphium, a liquid-metal that is stronger than both titanium and steel.

It also comes with a 5.5-inch, 1080p display and is fully waterproof, though it doesn’t have a headphone jack and comes with its own proprietary charging plug.

Unfortunately, the internal specs are nothing to get too excited about, though will get the job done. It is powered by a Snapdragon 801 chip, is LTE-ready and sports a 13-megapixel camera, non-removable 3,000mAh battery and an NFC chip.

But if you’re interested in the Turing Phone, with its super-strong body and its security capabilities, you’ll be looking at a pretty hefty price-tag.

The handset pre-orders start at $610 (about £391.50, AU$839.59) for the 16GB model, $740 (about £474.93, AU$1018.52) for the 64GB model and $870 (about £558.37, AU$1197.45) at the highest end for a 128GB model.

  • If you think you can forego Touring Robotics’ security measure, check out latest the Moto X

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Lollipop now running on 18.1 percent of active Android devices

After skipping the month of July, Google is back in August with the latest distribution numbers for each version of Android. The numbers show that Android Lollipop is now on 18.1 percent of devices, making the jump from 12.4 percent when distribution numbers were last reported in June. Interestingly, KitKat is now on 39.3 percent, marking a tiny increase from 39.2 percent when numbers were last reported. Jelly Bean took a slight dive, making up 33.6 percent of installs, down from 37.4 percent in June.

Rounding things out, Ice Cream Sandwich now makes up 4.1 percent of installs, Gingerbread is down from 5.6 percent to 4.6 percent, and Froyo is still hanging on for dear life with 0.3 percent. Again, keep in mind that Google skipped reporting on version numbers in July, so there’s two months worth of change to account for with these numbers.

Source: Google

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Chrome beta 45 porta le Custom Tabs, nuovi segnalibri e non solo

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Difficilmente c’è da emozionarsi per un aggiornamento di Chrome beta, ma stavolta è un’occasione speciale: Google ci ha riservato molte novità nella versione 45 (per la precisione 45.0.2454.21), tra cui l’arrivo della custom tabs, una delle nuove funzionalità descritte durante l’ultimo Google I/O che non sarà solo parte di Android M, ma anche compatibile con Jelly Bean e superiori.

Le custom tabs garantiscono sicurezza, password sincronizzate, un’esperienza consistente e molto altro. Il changelog però contiene anche altri elementi interessanti:

LEGGI ANCHE: Continuano i lavori per la modalità lettura di Chrome

Se siete sviluppatori e volete supportare adeguatamente le custom tabs vi rimandiamo alla documentazione di Google, mentre agli altri non rimane che scaricare l’app, anche se nel momento in cui scriviamo non sembra ancora disponibile.

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Chrome beta 45 porta le Custom Tabs, nuovi segnalibri e non solo

google-chrome-logo

Difficilmente c’è da emozionarsi per un aggiornamento di Chrome beta, ma stavolta è un’occasione speciale: Google ci ha riservato molte novità nella versione 45 (per la precisione 45.0.2454.21), tra cui l’arrivo della custom tabs, una delle nuove funzionalità descritte durante l’ultimo Google I/O che non sarà solo parte di Android M, ma anche compatibile con Jelly Bean e superiori.

Le custom tabs garantiscono sicurezza, password sincronizzate, un’esperienza consistente e molto altro. Il changelog però contiene anche altri elementi interessanti:

LEGGI ANCHE: Continuano i lavori per la modalità lettura di Chrome

Se siete sviluppatori e volete supportare adeguatamente le custom tabs vi rimandiamo alla documentazione di Google, mentre agli altri non rimane che scaricare l’app, anche se nel momento in cui scriviamo non sembra ancora disponibile.

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L’articolo Chrome beta 45 porta le Custom Tabs, nuovi segnalibri e non solo sembra essere il primo su AndroidWorld.it.

Source : AndroidWorld.it http://www.androidworld.it/2015/08/04/chrome-beta-45-custom-tabs-nuovi-segnalibri-323746/

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