Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Qualcomms license negotiations with tablet vendors are delayed By Puneet Sikka 34 minutes ago 0 shares ( Continued from Part 3 ) Qualcomms licensing agreements with tablet vendorsare delayed In the prior parts of the series, we have been discussing the loss to Qualcomms (QCOM) technology licensing (or QTL) business due to a dispute with a licensee in China and the uncertainty behind LTE licensing agreements with Chinese smartphone players. However, the scenario with licensing agreements with Chinese tablet vendorsis even more complicated. During the conference call to announce Qualcomms earnings, the management mentioned that the tablet vendors arent necessarily the same companies that supply smartphones in China. As a result, they arent currently licensed.
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Samsung Gear Live Review
Build and Design It seems Samsung had a surplus of Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo hardware lying around because the Gear Live is virtually indistinguishable from them. Its a rectangular watch face with a 1.63-inch display, relatively thick top and bottom bezels, a polished metal frame, and removable rubber straps. Unlike the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, the Gear live watch face is buttonless, and unlike the Gear 2, lacks a camera. The underside of the watch face includes five charging receptacles and a heart-rate sensor. The sides have a small button to launch the settings menu that also serves to dim/wake up the display, a microphone, and notches for securing the charger adapter.
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Busted: 5 Myths about Facebook's messenger app - News, Weather site internet and Classifieds for Southern New England
-Myth: The Facebook Messenger app's terms of service are different from -and more intrusive than- Facebook's own official terms. -Reality: Facebook's terms of service are the same for all its mobile apps, including the main Facebook app. You can read it here: m.facebook.com/policies. What's upsetting people is the list of "permissions" they see when they download and install the app on an Android phone. It's a long list with 10 items, each of which states that the app needs access to features on your phone including contacts, calendar, location data and Wi-Fi information. Sure, that's a lot of personal data.
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Facebook Messenger app: Myths vs. reality - San Jose Mercury News
Myth: Facebook will direct the app to send SMS, or text, messages without your permission. Reality: One of the permissions does say that Facebook can edit, receive, read and send SMS messages. But the company says the reason it wants to send and receive SMS messages is so that if you add a phone number to your Messenger account, you can confirm by a confirmation code that Facebook sends via text message. Myth: The Messenger app is new. Reality: Facebook's Messenger app has been around since 2011.
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