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March 2016

FBI Gains Access To San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone 5c Without Assistance From Apple

According to a court filing made today, FBI has finally gained access to the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone without any assistance from Apple.

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Samsung Pay Officially Launched In China With Support For Nine Major Chinese Banks

Samsung has announced that its mobile payment solution, Samsung Pay, is now available in China in partnership with UnionPay.

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Tumblr Bring Back “Replies” Feature With Improvements

Tumblr has announced that they are bringing the most sought Replies feature back and will roll out that feature over the course of the next few days.

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Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) And Galaxy J7 (2016) Are Officially Unveiled In China

Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy J5 (2016) and Galaxy J7 (2016) in China and both handsets will have a metal frame and improved specs over their original 2015 versions.

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Ubuntu Tablet Is Now Available For Preorder With Prices Starting From €260

First Ubuntu Linux powered tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is now available for preorder in both a HD and Full HD version through BQ’s online store.

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Oracle Wants $9.3 Billion In Damages From Google For Using Java In Android

According to a recent report, Oracle is seeking a $9.3 billion in damages from Google for its use of Java in Android.

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FBI Is Paying $15,278 To Cellebrite to Unlock San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone

FBI has hired an Israeli firm called Cellebrite to hack into the iPhone 5c of the San Bernardino shooter for a contract of $15,278.

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Microsoft Starts Shipping Its Expensive Surface Hub To Business Customers

Microsoft has announced that they have begun shipping its Surface Hub to enterprise and business customers.

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Google Nik Collection Offers $149 Worth Of Photo Editing Tools

Google has announced that they are making their premium $149 worth Nik Collection photography software completely free to download and use.

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