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Hellaphunt: An Elephant Designed By Ricky Gervais

A cute elephant designed by Ricky Gervais for raising money for elephant conservation.

Africam: Go On An African Safari From The Comfort Of Your Couch

Africam brings you live video feeds from Africa.

History In Color (Photos)

History in color.

Man Taking Selfie During Bull Run In Spain (Video)

This man wanted to be murdered by a bull while taking a selfie.

Smart Apps For Smart And Safe Indian Women

Check out all these smartphone apps for women's safety.

Conan O’Brien’s Game Of Thrones Finale Recap (Video)

Check out Conan O'Brien's 6 second recap of the Game of Thrones finale.

Ricky Gervais Had A Hilarious Chat With God

Ricky Gervais was busy talking with God on Twitter.

Beware Of The Internet Sextortion Ring

Everyone should be more careful when dealing with strangers on the Internet.

How To Put An End To Pocket Dialing And Texting

Check out how you can take care of pocket dialing and texting.

Updated Google Hangouts Brings SMS and Animated GIF Support

In an era filled with WhatsApp, BBM, Facebook Chat and all sorts of other protocols, Google still wants to be your de facto messaging choice. To this end, Google Hangouts has now been updated and improved with some new features.

Scentee Smelly Smartphone Notifications for iPhone and Android?

Maybe you have your phone set to vibrate, so it buzzes. And many phones have a notification light too, but there's one sense that has been ignored in all of this: smell.

Video: Cover for Android Provides Contextual Lock Screen

We've seen phones with "work" and "home" modes, trying to provide this kind of separation, but a new development called "Cover" looks like it could be a heck of a lot better.

Tablet Owners Offered $5 LTE Day Pass from AT&T

Do you own a tablet rocking AT&T-friendly 4G LTE and you're dying to get connected for just one day at a time? AT&T has just announced a new $5 "day pass" for tablet owners, allowing them to hop online via the company's 4G LTE network.

Unlocked Sony Xperia Z1, Z Ultra, Smartwatch 2 Now Available in US Online Store

Even though Sony Mobile sees the US market as a low priority at the moment, it is now offering fully unlocked versions of the Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra, and SmartWatch 2 to the American market through its online store.

Nexus 5: Hands-On Pictures And Video

Take a look at the hands-on pictures of the upcoming Nexus 5 and a video showing a pre-production unit of the device.

See It: Comcast Enters “Strategic Partnership” with Twitter

It looks like Twitter may have scored one of its biggest deals to date as it is now entering a "strategic partnership" with Comcast. The new feature is the "See It" button and it could change the way you watch TV.

Android 4.4 KitKat Might Arrive In October

Nestle has revealed that October is the release date of Android KitKat. Excited yet?

Your iPad Can Be a Desktop PC with Modus III Portable Workstation

We've seen a broad range of cases and Bluetooth keyboards designed for the Apple iPad, but I don't think there are any quite as ambitious as the Modus III dock and portable workstation. It really does aim to turn that humble tablet into a real computer for real productivity. Aims To Connect Everyone Around The World (Video)

A number of big technology companies, including Facebook, Nokia, Qualcomm, and Samsung, have come together to create which aims to make internet available to everyone around the world.

Introducing the Hot Watch Smartwatch (Video)

We are hearing the first impressions about the Hot Watch smartwatch and the device seems to be quite impressive.

Support for HTML5 Web Apps Added to Amazon Appstore

If you're an app developer, then you'll know how much trouble it can be to port your app across multiple platforms, especially if all you want to do is have a simple web app that can be accessed from everywhere by everyone. Amazon feels your pain and that's why the Amazon Appstore is now open to HTML5 web apps.

Le PRISM: French Government Monitors Citizen Phone and Internet Too

Unsurprisingly, the United States government is not the only one putting on the Big Brother act, because the French government appears to be doing much the same.

Launch Your Own Spacecraft Through the Power of Crowdfunding

The Pocket Spacecraft project aims to send a flying ship out into space, and then give its "owners" the ability to track it and the data the craft collects.

HP Announces 21.5-inch All-in-One That Runs on Android, Slate 21 AIO

Can you imagine a desktop machine that forgoes the traditional desktop OS and instead makes use of the power of Android? Enter the HP Slate 21 AIO.

Director of National Intelligence Defends PRISM and NSA

An official statement has been issued by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper regarding the "surveillance activities" performed by the NSA and the United States government.

Best Apps of the Week (5/31): A Look at New Apps for iOS and...

Friday has arrived once again, and that means another Best Apps of the Week roundup here at Mobile Magazine.

Tim Cook On Google Glass

Tim Cook shares his thoughts on the Google Glass and other wearable technology at the AllThingsD D11 Conference.

Apple iOS 7: Deep Integration for Flickr and Vimeo Coming?

A new rumor is suggesting that Apple’s iOS 7 is coming with deeper integration for photo-sharing service Flickr and video sharing site Vimeo.

Yahoo Finally Giving Flickr The Love It Needs

Yahoo has finally decided to bring changes to Flickr. The photo sharing site is getting a new look, a new Android app, and a new business model to attract new users.

Sony 13.3-Inch e-Reader For Students

Sony has unveiled a 13.3-inch flexible E Ink prototype device which comes with the new Mobius e-paper display technology.

Best Apps of the Week (5/10): A Look at New Apps for iOS and...

Friday has arrived once again, and that means another Best Apps of the Week roundup here at Mobile Magazine.
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HTC First: Stock Android for Just $1 With Contract

Like stock Android, wish you could pay a dollar to get it? The HTC First is now just $1, with two year contract from AT&T.

Best Apps of the Week (5/3): A Look at New Apps for iOS and...

Another Friday has arrived, ladies and gents! Time for our fourth edition of "Best Apps of the Week" here at Mobile Magazine. As usual,...

Twitter App For Google Glass

A Twitter app for Google Glass could be in the works, as indicated by a recently twitted image.

Best Apps of the Week (4/26): A Look at New Apps for iOS and...

Friday has arrived once again, and that means another “Best Apps of the Week” roundup here at Mobile Magazine.

Swype Now Available In The Google Play Store

Swype is finally losing its Beta tag and is currently available in the Google Play store as a 30 day free trial version and a 99c version.

Best Apps of the Week: A Look at New Apps for iOS and Android...

Friday has arrived once again! That means it is time to take a look back at some of the best new apps that arrived this week to iOS and Android devices.
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Google in hot water with the EU over Android

Google are facing anti-trust allegations from French group Fairsearch over the use of Google apps in Android.

Mobile Video Viewing Up 300% In 2012

Adobe has released their Digital Video Benchmark for the US for 2012. The report suggests that there has been a massive increase in mobile viewership.

Google isn’t Buying WhatsApp After All

Heard about the rumored Google buyout of WhatsApp? Neeraj Arora, WhatsApp's business development head, has come forward and said it isn't happening.

Tumblr Reaches 100 Million Blogs

Tumblr is now home to over 100 million user blogs with over 44.6 billion posts.
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Protesters Hope to Protect Your Privacy by Banning Google Glass

Are you worried that with all those pairs of Google Glasses heading to the high streets of every major city you will no longer...

Pheed: Are You Using It?

Pheed, which was launched late last year, topped the App Store's social networking category last month. It allows you to post text updates, photos, video and audio clips, and you can even create a live broadcast.

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone Review

On paper, the BlackBerry Z10 is quite competitive with the iPhone 5 and most higher end Android devices, except that its 4.2-inch screen is noticeably smaller than the much larger Android phones with their 4.7+ inch displays these days.

InSight App: Recognition for Google Glass

A team of scientists at Duke University are attempting to assist us in some everyday identification with a Google Glass app called InSight. Backed by Tons of Tech Celebrities and They All Want you To Code

A new PSA by has been composed completely of well-known figures discussing the importance of learning how to code.
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Mozilla Firefox OS is Here, Should You Care?

is there room for Firefox OS is the crowded mobile world? Join us for a look at what Firefox OS is and decide for yourself if you should care or not.
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Youtube Player Deluxe Listed as $999.99 at Windows Store

Looking for a third-party YouTube player for Windows 8? YouTube Player Deluxe could fit the bill, if you happen to have $999.99 to spare.

Canadian Judge Rules Access to Google Is a Right for the Arrested

So, let's say that you go out on the weekend to the bar, you knock back more than a few, and you get into a drunken battle. You get arrested for disorderly conduct and you're taken back to the police station. According to one Canadian judge, the police station should be providing you with a computer and Internet access so you can Google up some legal counsel.
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