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Hands-On: Amazon’s $39 Fire TV Stick Is A Steal, But It’s No Apple TV

Amazon’s latest attempt to take over your living room, the Fire TV Stick, is here.

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Motorola Recalls Entire AT&T Nexus 6 Inventory

Before we report on the Nexus 6 recall situation, it is important to note that the only Nexus 6’s impacted are AT&T’s Nexus 6 inventory –

these would be the AT&T branded devices. All other Nexus 6 carrier variants are good to go and should not be affected.

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Why Mozilla Is Scared Of Google

In tech, little things can have big consequences — in this case, a tiny search bar. Last night, Firefox made a surprising announcement: after 10 years with Google as its default search engine, it would be handing the tiny search bar over to Yahoo.

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Hackers Can Steal Data Wirelessly From PCs That Aren't Even Online

Oil rig control room, North Sea. Photographer: Arnulf Husmo/Getty Images

When governments, utilities and corporations need to protect their most sensitive data, they create what's called an air-gap network. It involves storing information on computers that are never connected to the Internet, an extreme method of isolation designed to prevent any chance of data leaking out.

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Qualcomm: Get Ready For 4K Smartphones

The LG G3 was one of the first phones to boast a Quad HD display. Up next: smartphones with 4K resolution. IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI

If you think the ultra-sharp Quad HD displays on today's state-of-the-art smartphones are as good as it gets, think again. According to Qualcomm, who builds many of today's key technologies in mobile, 4K smartphones are just around the corner, and they'll take pixel counts to an — arguably absurd — new level.

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Half Of The World's Population Will Be Online By 2018

IMAGE: MASHABLE COMPOSITE. GETTY CREATIVE

The Internet is about to get a little more crowded.

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MCMC May Offer Rebates To Consumers Suffering From Poor Cellular Networks

Perhaps frustrated by local telecommunications providers’ continued unsatisfactory response towards complaints over their networks, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is now looking for an alternative to ease the suffering of many consumers.

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How Russian Website Is Spying On Thousands Of Private Moments

Photo: Getty ImagesA baby is seen sleeping in a crib in Orange, California. A woman is watched as she sits at her kitchen table reading the newspaper in Burlington, New Jersey. An office in Plano, Texas, is shown just as the work day begins.

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Acer Liquid X1, Jade And Z500 Lands In Malaysia: Price Begins From RM 499 Onwards

Acer Liquid smartphones line-up in Malaysia has just grew slightly bigger as Acer Malaysia has launched three new models under the series for market earlier this week. While they are new in Malaysia, all three devices were first revealed few months ago during Computex in Taiwan and IFA in Berlin.

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Artist Plans To Wear Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset For 28 Days Straight

An image taken during a 24-hour test run. IMAGE: MARK FARID

A U.K-based artist plans to spend a month in a room wearing virtual reality headset Oculus Rift.

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