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Saturday November 22, 2014
Who's Responsible for Connectivity in Cars?
When it comes to connectivity in cars, not all experiences are created equal. But the desire for integration is rampant, industry experts say, driving lower prices the average American can afford.

Justice Department Warns Apple that Encryption Can Kill
Not everyone loves smartphone encryption. But can it be fatal? A Justice Department official reportedly warned Apple executives that strong encryption could lead to a kidnapped child's death.

Apple Starts the Clock on Apple Watch Launch
The clock is ticking for developers to come up with clever apps for the Apple Watch. Apple released WatchKit, a set of tools for developers to design apps for the long-awaited smartwatch.

Adobe All-In with Location-Based Marketing
Updates to Adobe's Mobile Services will make it easier for businesses to engage with app-using customers on the go. The features are designed to give marketers more control over mobile messages.

Jolla Hits Crowdfunding Goal for Sailfish OS Tablet
Finnish startup smartphone maker Jolla has successfully used the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to fund its new Jolla Tablet. The campaign hit its $380,000 goal in just over two hours.

Facebook Launches New App for Groups
Yet another major Internet company has staked a claim to the project collaboration market. Facebook has announced the launch of Groups, an app to help teams collaborate on projects.

WhatsApp Starts Encrypting Text Messages by Default
The latest WhatsApp release for Android provides users with end-to-end encryption of their text messages by default, featuring Open Whisper Systems' TextSecure encryption protocol.

Goodbye Pay Phones, Hello W-Fi Hubs
Pay phones on New York City streets would become a thing of the past under a plan that would replace them with stand-alone devices offering free Wi-Fi and phone calls as well as mobile phone charging.

BlackBerry, Samsung Partner on Mobile Security
Starting next year, enterprise organizations will be able to secure their mobile communications with a new offering from unlikely partners: BlackBerry Limited and Samsung.


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