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Motorola Releases Slightly Thicker Droid Razr-like Phone for China


Motorola has launched its MT917 smartphone that operate on the network of China Mobile. The new model is based on the design of Motorola’s Droid Razr. The MT917 is 8.5 millimeters thick and has a 13 Megapixel camera. It works on China Mobile’s 3G network, which uses a standard called TD-SCDMA. The phone is set to go on sale in mid December in China.

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SharkScope Releases Mobile Apps for iPhone and Android


Sharkscope has launched mobile phone versions of its software for the iPhone and Android. The new applications named iScope and aScope provide direct connections to the normal Sharkscope service. The iScope app is available at the iTunes store for $4.99 and some of the connectivity problems were fixed in the latest version. The aScope application is exclusively used for Android mobile phones.

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Phone-hacking inquiry deals with gremlins in the system


David Sherborne has reported that his computer was attacked by the hackers. The machine was flashing warnings in very large red letters that says – ‘Threat detected’, ‘file name’, then ‘threat name Trojan Horse’ -which refers to a computer virus. It was stated that Trojan Horse virus came from a private investigator Glenn Mulcaire’s notebooks.

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Private detectives ‘hack phones’


BBC has reported that Private detective agencies are willing to illegally access phone calls and emails of some users. According to an investigation it was found that out of 12 agencies 11 were prepared to break the law. BBC added that some private investigators involved in the world of matrimonial arguments. Under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), it is an offence to hack someone mobile phone or computer.

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Microsoft to Host Unveiling of New Windows Phone Handsets


Microsoft will be released Windows Phone Handsets in next year on all major U.S carriers. It’s possible that some of  Microsoft’s newest manufacturing partners such as Lenovo and ZTE may reveal their first windows based  phones. Strategy Analytics  predicted that Microsoft will double its market share next year in Europe. Images of  Windows phone have recently appeared on a Chinese website.

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Police revise up number of potential victims


According to the News of the world(NoW) over 5,795 users may have had their phones hacked. The Metropolitan Police said that “The figure was very likely to be revised in the future following further investigation. and in the month of July they collected material which was used to access user information illegally.”Prime Minister David Cameron has set up a judicial inquiry into phone hacking.

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Britain’s phone-hacking scandal dogs James Murdoch


British lawyers are about to recall James Murdoch for questioning. The decision is about to be taken, after the former executives of news international has stated that the Murdoch has misled the committee regarding his knowledge in the News Internationals, phone hacking scandal. James Murdoch has insisted that he had never seen any piece of evidence indicating that News of the World reporter was using the information from a hacked phone until recently.

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Phone scammers target Wells Fargo customers


The Wells Fargo bank spokesman has said that hackers and scam artists are targeting the Wells Fargo customers in Oregon. The attackers are using “Phishing”, to hack their customer. Recently number of Fargo’s customer received the automated phone calls asking for personal identification details. The bank has warned their customers to confirm the calls from the bank before revealing the details and not to disclose the Social Security number, account user names or passwords without verification.

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Phone-hacking case policeman John Yates under pressure to resign


Senior police officer at the centre of the phone-hacking affair is under intense pressure, with a House of Commons select committee hearing new evidence suggesting he may have repeatedly misled parliament. In a special session of the House of Commons home affairs committee, the previous evidence of the Metropolitan police’s acting deputy assistant commissioner, John Yates, was directly challenged by the director of public prosecutions.

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Protect your phone from viruses


Don’t download anything you don’t need, and when you do, download only from trusted sources like your cell provider, or your phone’s app store. If you are considering an app you haven’t heard of before, check out the reviews posted by other users to see that it’s been widely downloaded, it isn’t brand new and it works well. When installing the app, pay attention to the permissions it asks for.

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