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Reports of new Edward Snowden leaks of NSA documents claim that the agency has circumvented much of the encryption on which everyone relies on the Internet.
The battle between Korean manufacturers Samsung and LG has moved to its inevitable next level, as LG has introduced an even larger super high-res OLED than its competitor's 55-inch models.
Nero's latest release of the popular Nero suite enables users to move their videos, music and photos between PCs, tablets, smartphones and the cloud - with no loss of quality or any annoying compatibility problems.
CyberLink today unveiled at IFA in Berlin the latest version of its video creation software, PowerDirector 12, along with PhotoDirector 5, its software that provides all the features users need for better photography in a single application.
Sony's newest XQD high-speed memory cards give users more options for shooting and working within 4K and file-based workflows.
ALCATEL ONETOUCH and MediaTek today announced the release of the ALCATEL ONETOUCH HERO, a 6-inch phablet device that combines high performance with interactive features.
Facebook has moved back proposed changes to its policies that critics charged would allow the company to use the names and images of its users to endorse products in ads without their consent.
Prices for memory chips used in smartphones and personal computers surged as SK Hynix Inc. suspended operations in China after a factory fire.
A new investigation by China Labor Watch (CLW) has revealed a series of ethical and legal labor violations in a factory in Wuxi, China owned by U.S. electronics manufacturer Jabil Circuit that is currently producing the soon-to-be-released cheap version of Apple's iPhone.

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