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Silent Circle launches Enterprise Privacy Platform for secure business use #MWC15

Diane Shipley Gadgets, Smartphones, Tablets, Tech

Today at Mobile World Congress, Silent Circle has announced the launch of the world’s first privacy platform for mobile users aimed at the business market. It’s a system of devices, services, and software based on ZRTP – a cryptographic mobile protocol, built for privacy. (The fact that using it might make you feel a little…

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Sony accidentally revealed the Xperia Z4 tablet early

Tom Pritchard News, Tablets, Tech Leave a Comment

When it comes to leaks, companies try their very best to keep everything locked down and prevent information escaping into the world. This time one of those companies jumped the gun a bit, because Sony has accidentally revealed a bit of information about the upcoming Xperia Z4 tablet ahead of an official announcement. The tablet…

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How to go online shopping in the real world

Holly Brockwell Tablets, Tech Leave a Comment

There’s been plenty of debate about whether on-or-offline retail offers the ‘best’ way to get your shopping done. But there’s a third option most people don’t think about – shopping online while you’re in stores, to get the best of both worlds. I took the Vodafone Smart Tab 4G to Oxford Street to try it…

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The Tactus Phorm case puts buttons on your iPad Mini’s display

Tom Pritchard Gadgets, Tablets, Tech

Touchscreens are great for a number of things, but for typing you're better off using a keyboard accessory. A new startup called Tactus Technology wants that to change, and it involves raising portions of the screen to create 'buttons'. Tactus is currently preparing to release its Phorm case, a case and screen protector combo that…

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Apple’s latest patent wants to put TouchID in the touchscreen

Tom Pritchard Smartphones, Tablets, Tech

As time goes on people are getting less and less accepting of physical buttons and large bezels on their phones, and Apple's TouchID/homescreen button is among the worst offenders. Solution? Take that button and integrate it into the touchscreen instead. Published by the US Patent and Trademark Office last week, the patent is titled 'Fingerprint Sensor…

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CES 2015: Toshiba’s new Satellite Click Mini is a laptop and tablet in one

Diane Shipley #CES2015

Toshiba’s new Satellite Click Mini, which the company announced this week at CES, fits a laptop and tablet into one 22.6 cm (8.9”) device. Made to be carried around, it’s light and portable (9.8 mm thin when used as a tablet alone) and designed to be a good fit for students, children, or anyone who…

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Jolla’s Sailfish tablet raises a million dollars in just 2 days

Holly Brockwell Tech

iOS, Android, Sailfish? Jolla's operating system looks like a major contender in the mobile market now that the Jolla Tablet, dubbed "the world's first crowdsourced tablet," has exceeded $1million of crowdfunding in just two days on Indiegogo. Even more impressively, Jolla's original target for the campaign was $380,000, which it achieved in just two hours. Clearly, there's…

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Google announces the Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet

Tom Pritchard Tech

They've been rumoured for a very long time, and despite us having to wait for a month after all the other big announcements Google has finally unveiled it's new Nexus models: The Motorola-made Nexus 6 smartphone, and the HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet. The announcement also marked the official launch of Android 5.0 a.k.a Lollipop, which…

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