Tagged: Android

Google’s “Project Fi” Wireless Smartphone Service Offers Data At $10/GB, Will Credit You For Unused Data

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As expected, Google has finally announced the details of its wireless smartphone service that will, at least at first, piggyback on the networks of Sprint and T-Mobile.
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Disable Google’s Location History settings

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I’ll admit I’m pretty good about protecting my privacy as well as I’m a large fan of Google.  This one however slipped under my radar and I was rather alarmed by the amount of data my smartphone had given Google on my Travels.  No the Map above is NOT my travels, however it just may as well have been.

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Video: The Daqri Smart Helmet Wants to Put Augmented Reality to Work

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Augmented reality is coming. Whether it’s a dedicated screen strapped to your face or a just a pair of glasses, computer-enhanced vision will have a place in our tech future. But exactly what package it will arrive in is up for grabs.   (more…)

Microsoft: Refining their approach to content policy enforcement

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Microsoft has announced a clean-up of its phone-app store to tackle software containing “racy” or “sexual” content.

The firm’s Windows Phone Marketplace guidelines already ban “content that a reasonable person would consider to be adult or borderline adult content”.   (more…)