CES 2012: Microsoft demoes Surface 2.0

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to Everyone!

We would like to take a moment to wish everyone joyful holiday season.  It has been a crazy year here at Dailymobile and we look forward to continue to bring you the best of the mobile world, as always, this coming new year. All the...

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Facebook’s Killer App: A New Tool to Report Suicidal Behaviour

It looks like Facebook has decided to actually make themselves useful this week by launching an app to help its users rather than exploit them. In a world where teen suicide has almost become an epidemic, Facebook has launched a tool that allows users to anonymously report a friend's potentially suicidal behaviour. Any piece of content that seems like it may be a sign of depression or suicidal thoughts, can be reported by selecting...

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Warrants ruled as necessary for U.S. mobile GPS locating

Thank goodness for common sense. In the U.S., Judge Lynn Hughes ruled that law enforcement has no right to your mobile location data without first getting a warrant issued. In a previous article we posted, showed that in the U.S. , law enforcement and emergency services tried to have mobile GPS tracking free and available at-all-times “for emergency purposes”. The previous Stored Communication Act gave law enforcement agencies the...

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Startrek’s MMORPG is free on January 17, 2012

I'm a StarTrek fan so I had to post this.   The world famous Gene Roddenberry universe will be free to play via Star Trek Online starting January 17, 2012.  The MMORPG based on TNG/DS9/Voyager and its developer Cryptic Studios is taking a different approach with this version of StarTrek play. Executive producer Stephen D’Angelo announced that, “We’re revisiting the game’s economy,” Which means that the high-end equipment will be more...

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Glare-Free Invisible Glass to make it to smart-phones near you

Everyone has to to deal with annoying screen glare on their mobiles in one way or another. What if you could buy a phone where 99.5% of the light passes through? Nippon Electric Glass Co Ltd has created a new type of glass that has an anti-reflection film on both sides of the glass substrate that permits 99.5% of light to pass, where as normal glass allows only 92%, reflecting up to 8% back to the user. Many manufacturers have a...

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