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Isis mobile payment platform to change its name to avoid association with militant group
Near the end of 2010, a group of telecommunications and commerce businesses joined forces to form a mobile payment venture black gold online gold called Isis. It was a solid brand name: Short, simple and easy to black gold online power leveling remember. Unfortunately, ISIS is now associated with a militant group based in the Middle East, so the wireless company believes a branding tweak makes sense. In a blog post, CEO Michael Abbott explained: “However coincidental, we have no interest in sharing a name with a group whose name has become synonymous with violence and our hearts go out to those who are suffering. As a company, we have made the decision to rebrand.” Abbott didn’t announce what the new brand would be — we imagine that he’s working on that as we speak — but mentioned that he’d have more information to share in the coming months. 0Comments

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BlackBerry tries to justify the square shape of swordsman coins its next big smartphone
If you’re anything like us, your reaction to the unveiling of BlackBerry’s upcoming Passport smartphone probably involved a few choice expletives — why the hell would you ship such a blocky device in 2014? Thankfully, the company is more than happy to explain in a new blog post. It argues that the rectangular shape of most smartphones is fine for video and quick chats, but lousy for work. The Passport’s square screen may bgo power leveling look odd, but it’s supposedly ideal for reading documents; you won’t have to scroll quite so much when checking out a spreadsheet or writing a magnum opus. Logically, that hardware keyboard also keeps the interface out of the way as much as possible.They’re interesting ideas, and the unusual form factor might just work for BlackBerry’s suit-and-tie audience. Having said this, extra-wide smartphones have rarely fared well in a market that currently favors tall designs; LG’s Vu series (aka Intuition) hasn’t had much of an audience outside of its native South Korea, and the Pantech Pocket quickly fizzled out. The crew in Waterloo may have to do a lot more than write a brief explainer to get people ditching rival devices that are gentler on their hands and pockets. 0Comments

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Isis mobile payment platform to change its name to avoid association with militant group
Near the end of 2010, a group of telecommunications and commerce businesses joined forces to form a mobile payment venture called Isis. It was a solid brand name: Short, simple and easy to remember. Unfortunately, ISIS is now associated with a militant group based in the Middle East, so the wireless company believes a branding tweak makes sense. In a blog post, CEO Michael Abbott explained: “However coincidental, we have no interest in sharing a name with a group whose name has become synonymous with violence and our hearts go out to those who are suffering. As a company, we have made the decision to rebrand.” Abbott didn’t announce what the new brand archeage power leveling would be swordsman coins — we imagine that he’s working on that as we speak — but mentioned that he’d have more information to share in the coming months. 0Comments

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Is your cell phone bill running a little high? You might be suffering from unauthorized third-party charges, a type of text messaging subscription scam that bills users for SMS-delivered celebrity gossip, horoscopes, quizzes and other content. Consumers can choose to sign up to these services manually, but are often duped into signing up to them through fraudulent and deceptive advertisements — causing charges in upwards of $9.99 to appear on their phone bill without their authorization. It’s a practice the Federal Trade Commission calls “cramming,” and it says T-Mobile as been allowing these scammers to charge its customers unchecked for far too long. Now the FTC is taking the carrier to court, demanding it issue refunds to the customers it failed to protect.FTC Consumer Protection Director Jessica Rich says that the organization received “oodles of complaints” from FTC customers about obscure charges for “premium services” appearing on their T-Mobile bills. These often appear as seemingly legitimate “usage charges” on the bill summery, offering no indication that they originate from a third-party texting services. “What we’re alleging here is that T-Mobile failed to follow some basic tenants of consumer protection. They [T-Mobile] didn’t provide truthful information bgo gold about the charges in part because they hid the charges on the bill and it was impossible for consumer to see what was being charged, and the did not receive consent for those charges.”According to the FTC, T-Mobile had been taking a cut from these deceptive subscriptions too — as much as 35 to 40% — earning it hundreds of millions of dollars. “We know that much of that was unauthorized but in court we will determined just how much,” Rich explained. “Our remedy would be refunds to consumers, that would be our first priority to consumers. And it could be many millions of dollars.” The FTC is also fighting for a court order to permanently bar T-Mobile from participating in these mobile cramming scams. Check out the source links for the organization’s official announcement and legal filing.Before you get carried away with these sensational headlines, let’s get all the facts out there! http://t.co/5SFIzCi080- John Legere (@JohnLegere) July 1, 2014Update: T-Mobile’s John Legere shot back with a quick response. “We have seen the complaint filed today by the FTC and find it to be unfounded and without merit,” the CEO’s statement reads. “In fact T-Mobile stopped billing for these Premium SMS services last year and launched a proactive program to provide full refunds for any customer that feels that they were charged for something they did not want.” Legere says he’s disappointed that the FTC chose to file a “sensationalized legal action,” and insists that the lawsuit is “not only bgo power leveling factually and legally unfounded, but also misdirected.” 0Comments

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Weekends with Engadget: Android Wear review, ditching social media and more!
This week, we reviewed Google’s Android Wear platform, examined a few practical steps toward ditching social media, watched a sniper hit his target without looking and took a look at the phenomenon of social media activism. Read on for Engadget’s news highlights from the last seven days. Oh, and be sure to subscribe to our Flipboard magazine!How to Disappear (almost) Completely: a practical guideEver thought of dumping social media for a more private life? In this week’s installment of archeage gold ru How to Disappear, Dan Cooper discusses some practical first steps toward going completely off the grid. Disclaimer: it’s incredibly difficult. You can find part one here.Android Wear review: Taking smartwatches in the right directionThanks to Google’s unifying Android Wear platform, the smartwatch market is poised to explode. But does this wearable OS have the right combination of user experience and functionality to win the hearts of the masses? Read on as Brad Molen breaks down everything you need to know about Android Wear.Windows 9 will morph to fit the device it’s running onZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley is reporting that Microsoft’s next operating system (Windows 9) will ship as a three-in-one of sorts (desktop, tablet and mobile). Codenamed “Threshold,” the OS will recognize the hardware it’s running on and morph to the occasion.’Reading Rainbow’ is the most popular Kickstarter to dateAfter reaching over 105,000 backers this week, Reading Rainbow dethroned the original Pebble smartwatch as the most popular Kickstarter project ever. At its close on July 2nd, the endeavor had raised over five times its goal of $1 million.What you need to know about social media activismWhat do the “OccupyWallStreet” and “CancelColbert” hashtags have in common? They’re both examples of what’s been termed “social media activism.” Read on as Ben Gilbert dissects this modern form of protest and what it means to you.Facebook used you like a lab rat and you probably don’t careSmiles are contagious. So are depressing Facebook posts, apparently. In 2012, Zuckerberg and Co. manipulated its users’ happiness (gasp) by secretly bombarding their news feeds with waves of positive and negative stories.NVIDIA’s Shield successor is a tabletNVIDIA’s next Shield console might not be a “console” at all. According to a listing from the Global Certification Forum, the gaming company mistakenly leaked information about an upcoming “Shield Tablet,” including some specs.The forgotten losers of the console warsMore than a few gaming consoles have spawned in the last 40 years, most of which you’ve probably never heard of. This week, a museum in southern Japan is opening its doors in celebration of 56 those historic (or infamous) consoles.Watch a sniper nail his target from 500 yards without even ‘looking’ at itWhat’s scarier than a regular ole’ sniper? One who doesn’t have to see the target. Armed with a futuristic targeting system and Smith Optics I/O Recon Goggles, this sharpshooter nails a target 500 yards away… bgo power leveling while looking in another direction.Garmin Forerunner 15 review: sports watch first, fitness tracker secondIf you’re already an athlete or active jogger, Garmin’s new Forerunner 15 might be the fitness accessory you’ve been looking for. At $170 ($200 with the heart rate monitor), this somewhat bulky device combines the functionality of a sports watch with fitness tracking basics. 0Comments

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Early Android L tests show serious battery life improvement
One of the big reveals for Android 4.4 KitKat’s successor, Android L, was Project Volta — new tweaks to improve black gold online gold battery life. Those include a new API that schedules minor tasks better, a “battery historian” to track battery-sapping activities and ART, a more efficient runtime. There’s also a “battery saver” mode that kicks in aggressively when only 15 percent of the battery remains. Now that the developer preview has been in the wild, Ars Technica has put it through its paces, along with a number of users on the XDA developer forums. The results? So far so good, with some caveats. Under tightly controlled conditions, Ars Technica managed a whopping 36 percent better battery than KitKat, without even using the battery saver mode. Many XDA users saw comparable results, though battery life was actually worse than on Android 4.4 for some. However, that was likely influenced by apps and swordsman coins other factors — one user noticed WhatsApp sucking 15 percent of his battery life, likely a beta bug. We’ll be running our own battery of tests, as it were, but the takeaway for now? Hey, it’s still a developer preview — but we’re optimistic. 0Comments

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Netflix is looking to pay someone to watch Netflix all day
Ploughing through your new favourite series on Netflix is something you probably enjoy doing after a working day, but what if it was your working day? You see, Netflix has a fancy recommendation engine that suggests movies and shows you might like based on your prior viewing habits. To do that successfully, it needs information from a special group of archeage gold ru humans that goes beyond the black gold online gold basics like genre and user rating. “Taggers,” as they’re known, analyse Netflix content and feed the recommendation engine with more specific descriptors if, for example, a film is set in space or a cult classic. In short, these people get paid to watch TV all day, and Netflix is currently hiring a new tagger in the UK. There’s obviously a little more to the job than binge-watching House of Cards, but will perks like working from home, flexible hours and a free Netflix subscription, you’d be mad not to throw your hat into the ring.[Image credit: keirstenmarie/Flickr]Are you going to apply for Netflix’s content tagger job? 0Comments

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Sony recruits sheep to film the Tour de France
When watching a gang of cyclists chase someone in a yellow jersey (aka, the Tour de France) we’re used to seeing the action from bike- or car-mounted cameras. But we’ve all come away disappointed, never truly knowing the tournament from the ovine point of view (some say, the only point of view for cycling). To tackle this, archeage power leveling Sony has kitted out a flock of five from Harewell Hall, Harrogate with Action Cams so they can grab grass-roots scenes of the race. The publicity stunt might not result in world-class footage, but it does mean we get to tick “gallery of camera-wearing sheep” swordsman power leveling off the Engadget bucket list.Sony sheepcam See all photos 14 Photos 0Comments

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Russia forcing websites to store personal data within the country
The lower house of the Russian parliament (known as the State Duma) just passed a bill that could change the way the internet works within the country. If it becomes a law, websites and apps will be required to store Russian citizens’ personal data on servers within archeage gold ru the Federation itself. In other words, Russians will only be able to use Facebook, Google, Twitter and most online services if these companies decide to build or rent infrastructure in the country for their sake. That’s not all, though: Russian website Lenta also reports that these companies won’t even be able to transmit data to the rest of the world from within the Federation without the government’s consent.We’ve yet to know the exact reasoning behind this bill — it could be for the sake of national security, or it swordsman power leveling could be another attempt at controlling what people can access and say on the internet. A couple of months ago, the government started requiring bloggers to register their names and email addresses, and even adhere to a strict set of restrictions if their blogs get considerable traffic. President Putin has also amended Russia’s anti-extremist law to include punishment for people who post what the government deems as extremist views on blogs, social media and other online means of communication.It could also be part of the country’s efforts to ditch Western tech in favor of homegrown ones. Just this June, a Russian newspaper reported that government agencies and state-run companies will no longer purchase computers built around Intel or AMD processors. They’ll be buying PCs that use a locally manufactured processor called “Baikal” instead.Thankfully, online companies will have a bit of time to prepare, as the the bill still has to go through more stages before it becomes a law. In the event that it does pass, anyone who wants to continue operating within Russia will have to start migrating data before the law takes effect in September 2016. 0Comments

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Playdate: We’re livestreaming ‘Shovel Knight’ for Wii U! (update: game over!)
Welcome, ladygeeks and gentlenerds, to the new era of gaming. The one where you get to watch, and comment, as other people livestream gameplay from next-gen consoles. Because games! They’re fun!In Shovel Knight, you’re a knight with a shovel. Seems pretty simple, right? Well, that’s kind of the point. The latest from developer Yacht Club Games is a trip back to the 8-bit swordsman coins days of yore, and it aims to scratch that nostalgic itch without requiring you to dig the Nintendo Entertainment System out of your closet. Depending on how you spend your gaming time, though, you might have to dust off your Wii U before giving this retro platformer a spin. Shovel Knight takes the best parts of classics like Mega Man, Castlevania, Legend of Zelda and a handful of others, tosses them in a blender and adds a few modern conveniences. Curious to see the outcome? Well, come back here at 4 PM Pacific/7 PM Eastern and watch as I hit everything with a shovel and try not to die whilst doing so.Watch live video from Engadget on TwitchTV black gold online power leveling 0Comments

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