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Here’s how the Heartbleed bug scurried into the hearts and minds of millions

The Heartbleed bug is one of the most serious security flaws ever, and it existed unknown for roughly two years prior to its discovery. How did such a severe flaw manage to slip into a widely used security protocol?

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Facebook will soon let you share your exact location with Nearby Friends

Facebook just introduced Nearby Friends, a new feature that would let your friends know whenever you're in their immediate area. Before you protest, be informed that you would have to turn on the feature yourself.

This app can help you read an entire nonfiction book in 15 minutes

No time to sit down and digest a full book? Blinkist takes popular bestsellers and turns them into easy-to-tackle texts that you can read in under 15 minutes. Its library is small, but its information is powerful.

LG G Flex gets Android 4.4 Kitkat update from AT&T

If you’ve made a habit out of bending your LG G Flex out of shape, today's Android 4.4 upgrade from AT&T may make you stop the roughhousing altogether. LG also added the Knock Code feature to spread the love.

Nokia halts Lumia 2520 tablet sales due to charger shock hazard

Nokia halted sales of its Lumia 2520 tablet due to concerns over the tablet's charger. According to Nokia, the defect, which affects European and U.S. users, could lead to the charger shocking you while it's plugged in.

Bye bye braille! This FingerReader ring can read books to the blind

Researchers from MIT Media Labs are developing a wearable device that can read out printed text using a synthesized voice, thereby helping the sight-impaired read books without the use of braille.

Apple reportedly partnering with Shazam to integrate song-ID feature into iOS

Apple has reportedly partnered with song-ID service Shazam to bring its music tool to iOS. With Apple keen to drive more music fans to its iTunes store, and Shazam looking to pick up more users, it should be a winning move for both parties.

Project Ara to launch $100k module contest to focus minds of developers

Project Ara is launching a $100k contest in a bid to encourage developers to design a vast array of useful and unique modules for its build-your-own smartphone. The new kind of device is set for launch in January next year.

The LG G3 gets pictured in a leak, plus all the other rumors we’ve heard

LG's highly anticipated sequel to the G2 smartphone, currently known as the LG G3, could be on its way very soon. We've gathered together everything we think we know about the device, keeping you right up to date.

Yahoo wants to replace Google to become default search engine on iOS, report says

Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer is reportedly looking to try to convince Apple to replace Google with Yahoo as the default search engine on iOS devices as part of her efforts to make good on her commitment to mobile.

Samsung expands Gear 2 and Gear Fit compatibility, but still keeps it in the family

Tempted to buy one of Samsung's new Gear 2 or Gear Fit wearable devices, but want to make sure your device is compatible? Samsung has now confirmed the new gadgets work with 20 different Samsung smartphones and tablets.

About 50 million Android devices are still vulnerable to the Heartbleed Bug

Android users may be more susceptible to the Heartbleed Bug than previously thought. According to data from the Guardian, around 50 million Android smartphones are vulnerable to the OpenSSL bug.

Google Glass sells out within a day (Updated with quote from Google)

Google said Tuesday night it'd allocated all Glass units in its one-day sale to the public. However, we've no idea how much demand there was for its head-mounted gadget as the company is declining to give any information on numbers.

Google’s new Camera app can now refocus images like a poor man’s Lytro

Google updated its Camera app to include Lens Blur and Photo Sphere. With the update, Photo Sphere makes its way to non-Nexus devices for the first time, while Lens Blur uses software to focus on a subject while blurring out the surroundings.

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