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Premium Zopo phablet with ten processor cores, 4 GB RAM and a 2k display appears

One of the multiple up-and-coming Chinese phone makers, Zopo, might soon launch a true powerhouse of a flagship, complete with a record-busting deca-core chipset. 

The prototype phablet from Zopo popped up with a 6″ Quad HD display, and what’s likely a Helio X20 chipset, as that’s the one carrying no less than ten cores, 4 GB of RAM, and a 20 MP shooter to boot. If that’s not spec’d-out, we don’t know what is, but there’s more, like a fingerprint scanner, thin chassis with minimum bezels, and what looks like a premium design. 
The deca-core flagship …

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Check out the Sony Xperia Z5; three models, including an Xperia Z5 Premium, to be unveiled next week? (UPDATE)

A loyal PhoneArena reader has just sent us some interesting information related to Sony’s new product introduction scheduled for September 2nd. According to our tipster, Sony is going to take the wraps off of three new handsets on Wednesday. The Sony Xperia Z5 will feature a 5.2-inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. The Sony Xperia Z5 Compact will have a smaller 4.6-inch display with a 720 x 1280 HD resolution. And the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium is also expected to be made official during the event. This variant will include a 5.5-inch, 4K resolution screen with a pixel density between 801-805ppi. …

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Check out the Sony Xperia Z5; three models, including an Xperia Z5 Premium, to be unveiled next week?

A loyal PhoneArena reader has just sent us some interesting information related to Sony’s new product introduction scheduled for September 2nd. According to our tipster, Sony is going to take the wraps off of three new handsets on Wednesday. The Sony Xperia Z5 will feature a 5.2-inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. The Sony Xperia Z5 Compact will have a smaller 4.6-inch display with a 720 x 1280 HD resolution. And the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium is also expected to be made official during the event. This variant will include a 5.5-inch, 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution screen. It also will be equipped …

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LG launches Hi-Fi music service for its premium smartphones

LG has announced a new Hi-Fi music service that will be available to the LG G4, G Flex 2, G3 and the G2. The service will offer high-fidelity tracks with 24bit/192kHz playback, and should you have a qualifying handset, you’ll receive two free Hi-Fi tracks a month, and additional discounts up to 50 percent off the regular price on songs available from LG.

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Netflix Premium Accounts 23 April 2012


Netflix Premium Accounts 23 April 2012 www.freenetflixaccount.info tags: netflix premium accounts free login password 2012

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Netflix Premium Accounts 23 April 2012


Netflix Premium Accounts 23 April 2012 www.freenetflixaccount.info tags: netflix premium accounts free login password 2012

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Typosquatters fined £100,000 for premium rate SMS deception

Two firms found to have used typosquatting domains to lure consumers to misleading web competitions have each been hit with unprecedented £100,000 fines, the UK industry watchdog has announced.

Premium rate regulator PhonepayPlus ruled that Dutch-based companies RD Media Europe and Unavalley BV were guilty of running a premium rate racket in which consumers were invited to enter SMS-based competitions for the chance to win prizes including Apple iPads.

Unfortunately, in order to enter visitors had to supply their mobile numbers in order to receive a competition PIN, after which they were charged £1.50 for each question received and each answer given without the charges being explained in advance.

In addition to breaking the premium rate phone services code of practice, the companies impersonated popular domains such as Twitter, YouTube and Wikipedia using typosquatted domains  — ‘wikapedia.com’ and ‘twtter.com being examples — and visuals that made them look almost identical to the real websites. 

One consumer complained that his fiancée had been tricked into paying £63 to enter a competition she thought was connected to YouTube, the regulator said.

In addition to the £100,000 fines, each company was ordered to refund consumers of money taking during the misleading competitions.

 “These judgements send a clear message to providers that they cannot play on the public’s trust in well-known websites to promote services,” said PhonepayPlus chief executive, Paul Whiteing.

“We want consumers to continue to have confidence in the digital market place and we will do everything we can to ensure that they do. Most providers support us in this area as they recognise that this market will only grow if consumers have such trust.”

PhonepayPlus introduced it 12th code of practice in 2011 after extensive consultation with the industry, which for the first time required that all premium rate providers register with the watchdog.

The premium rate phone industry is controversial at the best of times but typosquatting was probably the final staw in these cases.

In December, Websense warned UK consumers to beware using sites that employ typosquatting techniques as part of a wider sales deceptions.

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