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- BlackBerry user Barack Obama says he's not allowed iPhone for 'security reasons'
The troubled mobile phone maker BlackBerry still has at least one very loyal customer: US President Barack Obama.
- Google's former head of Android Andy Rubin now heading a robotics project: Report
The new group is focusing on developing robotic technology that can be used in factories, rather than developing robots intended for consumers, a report said.
- Samsung expected to launch phone with fingerprint sensor in 2014
Sweden's Fingerprint hopes to sell its own touch sensors to other big mobile phone makers like Samsung, LG Electronics and Huawei.
- Microsoft Xbox One review: Goes further than the PS4, integrates regular live TV
The latest game console from Microsoft takes a big leap toward being the main entertainment hub in your living room.
- Digital music service Beats Music to be launched in January
There are no details on the Beats Music model. It will likely compete with streaming subscription services like Spotify, Rhapsody and Rdio.
- Cyber experts uncover 2 mn stolen Facebook, Google, Twitter passwords
Representatives for Facebook and Twitter said the companies have reset the passwords of affected users.
- Large-screen smartphones eating into tablet sales
Worldwide tablet shipments are expected to reach 221.3 million units in 2013, down slightly from a previous forecast of 227.4 million, says IDC in a statement.
An FIR has been lodged against controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen for allegedly hurting religious sentiments following a complaint by a prominent Muslim cleric in Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh.