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Android Battery Could Disclose Location
Feb 23, 2015 - 11:44 PM - by ekim68
Researchers at Stanford say they can track an Android user’s location simply by gathering battery use data for a few minutes. While it’s of limited effect, they argue this could undermine the user permissions system on Android.
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In Less Than Two Years, a Smartphone Could Be Your Only Computer
Feb 10, 2015 - 12:28 PM - by ekim68
With each passing season, another wave of mobile devices is released that’s more capable and more powerful than the generation preceding it. We’re at the point where anyone armed with a current model smartphone or tablet is able to handle almost all of their at-home—and even at-work—tasks without needing anything else. We’re living proof: for the last two years, WIRED has been able to cover events like CES almost exclusively using our smartphones.
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HTTP/2, the first major change to HTTP in 16 years, has been finalized
Feb 18, 2015 - 10:12 PM - by ekim68
Today, the next major version of HTTP took a big step toward becoming a reality; it’s been officially finalized and now moves towards being fully standardized.

According to a blog by Mark Nottingham, the chair of the IETF HTTP Working Group, the standard was completed today and is on its way to the RFC Editor to go through editorial processes before being published as a standard.

HTTP/2 is a huge deal; it’s the next big version of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, marking the largest change since 1999 when HTTP 1.1 was adopted.
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Apple Pay To Become Accepted Payment Method For Federal Services
Feb 15, 2015 - 10:41 PM - by ekim68
Speaking at the White House summit on cybersecurity, Tim Cook announced that starting this September, iPhone users will be able to pay for federal services using Apple Pay. Initially, those services will include admission to national parks and other similar services. Later, the company intends to make Apple Pay work with more security-sensitive services such as social security services and veterans' pensions.
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