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NSA Can Decode Private Cell Phone Calls, Texts: Report

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December 14, 2013
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The latest leak from from Edward Snowden suggests the NSA can crack the worlds most commonly used cell phone encryption.


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Newsy (Nov. 8, 2013) — Gogo's in-flight Wi-Fi now allows you to receive texts and phone calls at 30,000 feet.
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For Handset Makers, Customization Is the Key

For Handset Makers, Customization Is the Key

NDTV (Sep. 9, 2013) — Just a few years back, not everyone had a mobile phone. When mobile phones made a debut across the country, their usage was restricted. They were expensive and not everyone could afford them. Gradually companies included different languages in the phone and all those who struggled with the interface, had the option to send texts, save contacts, dial numbers in a language they understood and were comfortable in.
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Amazon Thinks It Can Beat Blackberry at Smartphones

Amazon Thinks It Can Beat Blackberry at Smartphones

TheStreet (June 19, 2014) — Amazon may be late to the smartphone market with its new Fire phone, but it clearly thinks it can do better than Blackberry. Blackberry once owned the mobile phone market, but has never recovered from its decision to keep the keyboard. Ari Zoldan, CEO of Quantum Networks, says the key difference between the two companies is that Amazon has the safety net of its retail operation to fall back on, whereas Blackberry's sole business is the phone. Zoldan says Blackberry isn't going down without a fight though, in its latest earnings report the company said it sold 1.6 million phones. Debra Borchardt reports from Wall Street. Video provided by TheStreet
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Computer or Console Game Developers: Under Pressure

Computer or Console Game Developers: Under Pressure

Deutsche Welle (Aug. 20, 2013) — Computer games on cell phones and the Internet are increasing in popularity. In 1998, Thomas Friedmann founded the Funatics company in Oberhausen to make games for consoles. Today he concentrates on online and cell phone games. Made in Germany takes a look at this highly competitive market.
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