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Under Under Armour targets targets hardcore athletes with Armour 39

Under Armour targets If you casually hit the gym on an occasional basis, Under Armour‘s new fitness-tracking system may not be for you. Under Armour unveiled its Armour 39 system today, and at first glance it aims to be a direct shot at other fitness-trackers such as the Nike FuelBand. And while it may potentially take a chunk out of …

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Further Snowden Leaks – The NSA Watches Everything You Do Online

The National Secuirty Agency (NSA) has a top secret program called XKeyscore, according to new leaks from Edward Snowden. Essentially, the program tracks everything you do on the internet including your browsing history, emails, online chats and metadata. These reports come as a follow up piece from The Guardian, who originally exposed the NSA’s surveillance practices. Snowden has provided The …

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Samsung targets business users — and BlackBerry — with new app store

Samsung solutions alternate will supply trade customer’s apps which were tweaked to profit from Samsung device options like S Pen. Just when it seemed like issues could not get extra grim for BlackBerry, rival Samsung has made any other snatch for the company’s core group of business users. The Korean electronics massive on Wednesday unveiled its latest push within the …

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Redbox Instant targets launch by year-end, blends subscription streaming and DVD rentals with VOD

The last concrete details we'd heard about Redbox Instant was that it was entering internal alpha testing, but now Verizon exec Eric Bruno has revealed more background information. Previous info indicated the service would focus more heavily on movies than the back catalog of TV shows that is a part of Netflix Watch Instantly and Amazon Prime Instant Video, and Bloomberg reports Redbox will break with their models by paying its content providers per subscriber cable TV-style, instead of a flat rate decided up front. What customers will get is a monthly subscription and allotment of disc rentals from Redbox's kiosks, as well as access to VOD movie rentals and downloadable purchases through the service. The alpha test is currently in the hands of about 500 Verizon employees, with plans for a short public test before launching in a late November / mid-December time frame. The main unanswered question however is how much it will all cost, but knowing what we do now -- how much are you willing to pay?

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Lango’s new messaging app targets smartphones for growth

Messaging utility developer Lingo, which permits users to mix photos, icons and text, has launched an overhauled platform aimed on the Smartphone market, accomplishing 400,000 active users in its first two weeks. US-Israeli Lingo, previously known as Slang, competes with apps akin to WhatsApp, Skype and Google Hangout. however unlike most of the others, it develops its personal content material, …

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