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Pandora to enable listeners to buy concert tickets through its purchase of Ticketfly

Despite claims that the debut of Apple Music had no impact on its listenership, Pandora is not sitting still in the hyper-competitive streaming music segment.

Pandora announced on Wednesday that it had acquired Ticketfly for the cool sum of $450 million. Ticketfly made its name for making it easy for people to find live music events near them, and buy tickets on the spot.

Now, soon to be coupled with Pandora, the goal is to add functionality that will let listeners see if an artist they are listening to is performing nearby, and buy tickets right within the app. “This is a game-changer …

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Samantha Cameron ‘sent messages to Rebekah Brooks through intermediaries in Chipping Norton shop’ during phone hacking scandal

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Samantha Cameron sent messages via intermediaries at a shop in Chipping Norton to Rebekah Brooks after David Cameronreportedly “threw her to the wolves” during the phone hacking scandal, an excerpt from the former Tory donor Lord Ashcroft’s book has claimed. More claims about the Prime Minister’s private life from the former Conservative party treasurer’s unauthorised biography, co-written with journalist Isabel Oakeshott, were published in theDaily Mail on Tuesday. These excerpts described the gatherings of wealthy elite members of the Chipping Norton set, including the Camerons, Brooks, Jeremy Clarkson and reports of their weekends in the Cotswolds together. Excerpts published on Monday detailed extraordinary allegations about Mr Cameron’s time at Oxford University, including the lurid claim that the Prime Minister had inserted his genitals into the mouth of a dead pig during a bizarre initiation ceremony for the Piers Gaveston society. However, the book claims Mr Cameron turned his back on Brooks and Charlie when they were arrested on phone hacking charges. Brooks, the former editor of The Sun and the News of the World,was cleared of all charges relating to the hacking the scandal and returned to her former job as chief executive of News International in September. Her husband was also cleared […]

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ZTE Axon tablet runs through GFXBench revealing 13.7-inch screen, SD-810 SoC and 3GB RAM

ZTE is apparently planning on building a tablet using the manufacturer’s top-shelf Axon branding. A slate with the model number A2016 recently made a trip through the GFXBench benchmark test. The A2015 is a special variant of the ZTE Axon made for the Chinese market, so we can assume that the benchmarked device will be part of the Axon line.

The GFXBench benchmark test has revealed some of the specs for the slate. For example, the ZTE Axon tablet is expected to feature a 13.7-inch screen, with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. That works out to a pixel density of 160ppi. Qualcomm’s current high-end …

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Lenovo Vibe X3 is put through GeekBench, running the Snapdragon 808 chipset

Earlier this month, China’s regulatory agency TENAA certified the Lenovo Vibe X3. The agency found that the phone has a Snapdragon 808 chipset inside, which means that there is a hexa-core CPU and the Adreno 418 GPU. And despite earlier rumors that the handset would feature a 5-inch display, it turns out that the unit carries a 5.5-inch screen.

Just the other day, the Lenovo Vibe X3 was put through the GeekBench benchmark test. The results? The phone scored a single-core tally of 863, while the multi-core result was 3167. The hexa-core CPU was running at 1.44GHz, 3GB of RAM was inside and …

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Apple Watch may be sold through carriers starting Sept 25

Apple has been very protective of its Watch since its launch. There have been very limited stores in which to buy the smartwatch, specifically Apple stores and Best Buy. But, it looks like at least two of the four major carriers in the US may start selling the watch next Friday, the same day as the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus release. Surprisingly, those two carriers may be T-Mobile and Sprint, not Verizon and AT&T. 

9to5Mac has obtained an internal Sprint inventory document that reportedly reveals September 25th as the day that the Apple Watch will be making its way …

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LeTV Max 2 to feature smaller 5.7-inch screen? LeTV 1S is run through AnTuTu benchmark test

Yesterday, we told you about some rumored specs related to the LeTV Max 2, the successor to the LeTV Max. The original is a 6.33-inch phablet with a bezel-less screen, and features a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. Powered by the Snapdragon 810, the OG model carries 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, a 20.7MP rear camera and a 3400mAh battery.

The first report about the sequel indicated that it will have the Snapdragon 820 SoC under the hood. This means we can expect it to carry a quad-core CPU using Qualcomm’s proprietary Kryo cores, and the Adreno 530 GPU. The chipset has scored pretty well on benchmark sites, …

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First-generation Motorola Moto X is going through a soak test

One of our loyal PhoneArena readers sent us a screenshot revealing that the first-generation Motorola Moto X is about undergo a soak test for an unnamed software update. These soak tests are usually done to a limited number of devices whose owners belong to the Motorola Feedback Network. By conducting the soak test, Motorola can see if there are glitches that need to be tweaked on a software update, before it is released to all users with that particular phone.

This soak test could be for a maintenance update designed to prevent the treacherous Stagefright vulnerability from infiltrating …

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Apple Music to be improved through the rest of the year says iTunes executive

Oliver Schusser, a Vice President at iTunes International, says that the Apple Music team is continuing to work on fixes to the feature that offers streaming music. The executive says that Apple needs to work on its playlists and on editorial content. Apple Music also was blamed for messing with iTunes users’ existing music libraries, and others complained that the UI was not intuitive. Schusser responded to some of the criticism by pointing out that Apple Music launched in 110 markets simultaneously.

At the end of this month, the 11 million who signed up for Apple Music’s free three-month …

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Ashley Madison hack sends shivers through hook-up, porn sites

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Larry Flynt, a defender of free speech and sexual freedom if there ever was one, has this advice for anyone worried by the hack of infidelity site Ashley Madison: Muzzle yourself. “Don’t do or say anything you wouldn’t want to read about on the front page of the New York Times,” said the founder of Hustler magazine and owner of businesses that sell sexually explicit videos online. It might be too late for many people who, lured by a supposed cloak of digital anonymity, have shared their innermost wishes, fetishes and fantasies on hook-up and porn sites. And those companies know that their digital troves of secrets are exactly what make them a target for emboldened hackers. In exposing the Ashley Madison accounts of as many as 37 million users, hackers released a cache of potentially embarrassing and damaging data. The dump contained email addresses for U.S. government officials, UK civil servants, and workers at European and North American corporations, taking already deep-seated fears about Internet security and data protection to a new level. “This represents a scary precedent” because of the scope and depth of intrusion into people’s private lives, said Ajay Sood, Canada general manager at cyber security […]

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Sheltered receives substantial update through Xbox One Game Preview program

Sheltered, a bomb shelter simulator available through the Xbox One’s early access Game Preview program, has just received a pretty substantial update. The development team behind Sheltered says this patch brings the Xbox One version up to par with the PC version, bringing a boatload of new features and bug fixes.

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