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Sprint and T-Mobile accused by AT&T of offering Wi-Fi calling without a green light from the FCC

AT&T SVP James Cicconi complained today that Sprint and T-Mobile have started offering Wi-Fi calling without receiving the necessary green-light from the FCC. At the heart of the issue is the TTY (teletypewriter) service used by some with a hearing disability, to type out phone calls. AT&T says that neither Sprint nor T-Mobile received a waiver from the FCC for TTY support. The service does not always work on Wi-Fi.

On the other hand, AT&T developed an alternative to TTY called RTT (real-time text). The carrier says that it filed for a temporary waiver back in June, so that RTT …

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow will ship without the dark UI theme included in the early preview

When Google launched the first build of the Android M developer preview this past May, the operating system showcased a new dark theme that could be enabled from the developer options menu. When the feature was originally discovered, many Android enthusiasts hailed the introduction of a dark theme option, but it looks like the theme will not make it to the commercial release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

The original Android M developer preview gave us the option to swap the very bright colors of the UI to darker ones that were kinder to the eye at night. In fact, users could also set up the …

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You’ll be soon be able to buy the OnePlus 2 without an invite in a short open sales window

After frustrating potential customers last year when it launched its first smartphone, the One, OnePlus seems to have managed to botch the launch of the OnePlus 2 as well. In a post on the OnePlus forums, CEO Carl Pei recently apologized to the company’s fans for letting them down again. As a token of appreciation for standing by the company, Pei also said that interested customers will be able to buy the OnePlus 2 without an invite during an open sale later this month.

If purchasing the “2016 Flagship Killer” is on your priority list, you’ll have to act fast, as OnePlus will …

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Latest Opera Mini for Android update lets you save data without breaking websites

Opera Mini for Android sports a nifty data saving feature that lets you access the internet without worrying about hitting your bundle limit. Unfortunately, this does result in websites being severely compressed, making the experience rather ugly and less user-friendly. The company has now added a new “high” setting to the browser, which saves you some data but does not break websites in the process.

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Here’s where to buy the OnePlus 2 without an invite

Since you’ve landed on this page, chances are you want a OnePlus 2 smartphone and you want it really bad. We’re also guessing that you don’t have an invitation, at least not yet, and you’re not willing to wait in a 3.7-million-people-long queue.
Well, the good news is that the OnePlus 2 is on sale online from many retailers who will gladly take your money. No invitation needed. However, the not-so-good news is that they’re selling the hot phone at a higher price – between $30 and $90 more than what the OnePlus 2 costs officially. And their warranty terms and conditions …

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Get these 10 paid iOS apps without paying a dime

Looking to load up your Apple iPhone with new apps, but don’t want to dip into your wallet to pay for them? Today, we have 10 paid apps that are free for a limited time. That could mean that as early as tomorrow, these apps will return to their regular pricing status. So, if you see an app among the 10 that you want, it is best to grab it now before it costs you some money.

Normally 99 cents, Datamon can be plucked for free from the App Store for a limited time. The app runs in the background, monitoring your 3G/4G internet use on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The app now also supports …

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You can now get the OnePlus 2 at $459 from OppoMart without an invite, but precaution is advised

If you really really want a OnePlus 2 and you’re willing to make some sacrifices, this may be your chance. OppoMart is currently selling the highly coveted smartphone directly to customers without the need for an invite. Before diving into the details, be warned that you’ll want to carefully consider the disadvantages – and there are a few to take into account – before committing to a purchase.

OppoMart has the OnePlus 2 in Sandstone Black with 64GB of integrated storage space and 4GB of RAM available for $459. As far as we can figure out, the only advantage …

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In the future, your smartphone could be taking photos and videos without reflections, obstructions getting in the way

A team of Google and MIT researches have devised an ingenious computational approach to what they’re calling ‘obstruction-free’ photography, and will be presenting the fruits of their labor at SIGGRAPH 2015. Luckily for us, the team behind the algorithm — including Tianfan Xue, Michael Rubinstein, Ce Liu, and William T. Freeman — have already released some impressive sample footage. While it’s certainly a bit too early to make any educated guesses, we could speculate that, in the future, a camera feature such as this could be a part of your smartphone.

So what exactly is obstruction-free …

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Nude Photos of Hundreds of Aussie Women Shared Online Without Consent

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Images of over 700 women from Brisbane and nearby areas, either scantily-clad or in the nude, have been shared online without owners’ consent by an individual who hosted the cache in a cloud storage service. The hacker made multiple attempts to keep the data online and first published them on Friday on a forum. On Monday morning, the photos were taken down but reappeared by the evening. Hacker is determined to share the photos For easy distribution, the cache was uploaded to a file sharing service whose name remains undisclosed. Brisbane Times reports that the business is based in New Zealand, which should make it easy to identify it. The police intervened on Tuesday to take the photos down a second time, but it looks like the individual is adamant on sharing them, promising that they would end up on websites on the Deep Web, a part of the Internet designed generally for anonymity, that is not indexed by search engines and it is not accessible via regular web browsers. Although the Deep Web was created with honorable intentions (protecting privacy of the users like political activists or journalists), it also functions as an online dark alley where illegal businesses […]

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Ethical hackers: ‘Without us, no one will protect you’

Ethical hackers: ‘Without us, no one will protect you’

They are leaking millions of stolen user credentials and passwords to online forums, breaching celebrities’ iCloud accounts to steal nude photos, and installing malicious software designed to steal credit and debit card information from unsuspecting retail customers. But hackers can […]

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