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John W Arthur

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John is the head of our IT Security team and he writes about Security, IT news on The Next Digit. He was the Employee of the Year 2013 for his selfless support and efficiently setting up the whole security infrastructure. He also occasionally writes on "IT Sec Pro" Print Media of Sweden. All posts by John

Apple iPhone 5C pre-orders starts from today

Every year Apple releases one iPhone but this year you have got two iPhone variants with 2 new designs iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Now the pre-order of the iPhone 5C will be starting today at 3:01 a.m. ET / 12:01 a.m. PT on Apple website. Walmart, Best Buy and other retailers also started to take pre-orders of the iPhone ...

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GameStick, an Android-powered Console to arrive on October 29th

SAN FRANSISCO – PlayJam’s Gamestick gaming console to arrive in store shelves from October 29th onwards – previously announced to be released on September 30th. We haven’t received any information on the reason for the 1 month’s delay for the release date. However, this time company’s press release confirmed the exact date and on 29th of October, the device will ...

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32GB 4G LTE version of Nexus 7 hits Google Play Store U.S.

When Google released the 16GB version of entry level Nexus 7 android tablet in Google Play Store, it mentioned that the company will be releasing the 4G LTE version of the tablet soon, and the day has arrived with a bang of 32GB 4G model of the tablet released in U.S. for $349 only. Let us check the difference between ...

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Windows Phone GD3 update will bring screen rotation & driving mode

A guy posted in a popular forum with screenshots, which says he got a Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 handset from Craigslist (according to the WP Central forum post) with latest General Distribution 3 update (GD3) with more features as dreamed by existing Windows Phone users such as screen rotations, driving mode and much more. Microsoft is currently in ...

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Google rolls out Chrome apps, which takes web offline out of browser to desktop

Google released it’s Chrome “packaged apps”, which will work independently without internet (almost all, except very few). Last time Google has released Chrome browser on 2008 September, which was a huge hit and changed the way of browsing with the introductions of extensions and chrome addons. Now, the release of packaged apps will set a new milestone for the way ...

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Chinese Xiaomi MiPhone 3 launched today with 13MP camera & 5-inch fullHD display

Chinese growing smartphone company Xiaomi, which was recently in news for poaching Hugo Barra of Google has unveiled its new flagship mobile phone – MiPhone 3 (3rd generation) today at a press conference in Beijing, China. The new android 4.2.1 powered smartphone features a 5-inch fullHD IPS display with multitouch capacitive touchscreen, NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor for China Mobile ...

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Microsoft revealed the Xbox One release date set to November 22

Microsoft planned to release the most awaited gadget – Xbox One on November 22nd very next week after the release date of PS4 gaming console set by Sony. Initially, Microsoft’s gaming console will be available in 13 countries – US, UK, Germany, Spain, Ireland, Canada, France, Mexico, Australia, Italy, Austria, Brazil and New Zealand. The company confirmed that remaining countries will get the Xbox ...

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Revamped twitter timeline with new conversation view

Conversation is a popular feature in Twitter which helps users to interact with celebrities, discuss about sports and news. These conversations were not easy to follow though. On Wednesday Twitter released a revamped conversation timeline in desktop versions as well as on iOS and Android. The tweets in a conversation which would usually look cluttered will appear chronologically in your timeline. ...

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