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LastPass on Android can now autofill app logins

Security on Android apps has gotten easier, or at least more convenient, that is, if you're using LastPass' password management. The service has just updated its Android app with new capabilities, such as automatically filling login credentials. LastPass remembers and manages your passwords so that you don't have to, strengthening security by helping you create strong passwords without worrying about having to keep track of all of them.

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HTC One (M8) video ads won’t tell you anything about the HTC One (M8)

There are bad video ads and there are weird video ads, and there are some that are strange enough to be effectively thought-provoking. Like this pair of videos advertising, if you can call it that, the new HTC One (M8) which practically tells you nothing about the device at all. HTC has just announced the 2014 iteration of its One flagship and naturally people will be curious about what it has to offer

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Apple engineer Greg Christie recounts the first iPhone development process

The history of the first iPhone is an interesting tale and no matter who tells it, it often involves some never before heard situations. This time around, it's one of the original iPhone engineers, Greg Christie who was made available to the WSJ ahead of the latest Apple vs.

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AT&T HTC One mini Android 4.4 upgrade coming end of the week

While most of the mobile world's eyes have been focused on HTC 's shiniest One , or averted by Facebook's news , those rooting for the HTC One mini need not feel unloved. By the end of this week, owners of HTC's miniature flagship will be enjoying all the perks of the latest Android 4.4.2, as well as the not-so latest Sense 5.5 UI, at least if they're under AT&T's network. When HTC revealed the update progress of several handsets in January, the AT&T HTC One mini was listed as still under the Integration phase, this meant that HTC and carriers were still testing out how the Android 4.4 and Sense 5.5 upgrades will play with the carrier's own services and custom apps.

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Apple says it’s working on emoji diversity

Emoji - pictographs used in instant messaging - have become a popular way to express emotion and ideas. Once unique to Japan Support for emoji in Unicode has standardized the way that emoji are displayed on devices worldwide, including iPhones , iPads and Macs . But there's a lack of ethnic diversity displayed in the characters

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BBM Money poised to expand later this year

Unless you live in Indonesia, you've likely never actually used BBM Money but the service itself has not been forgotten about by BlackBerry. Now that BBM has grown a bit by going cross-platform on iOS, Android and soon Windows Phone as well as the launch of BBM Channels, there's more potential then ever for BBM Money to reach and audience and according to David Proulx, Senior Director of BBM Business Development in a recent interview with ReCode , we should be hearing more soon.

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Cut the Rope creator fights King’s “Candy” EU trademark

King might have backtracked on its trademark in the US, but it is still pushing through with it elsewhere. Now, however, another game developer has taken up arms to make sure that the Candy Crush Saga creator won't be holding on to the trademark in the EU for long. Game developer King began the year by laying claim to the word "Candy" as a trademark for its popular casual game

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Delta Vice President of Marketing, Bob Kupbens heads to Apple as Vice President of Online Retail

Although Apple may have had some issues with grabbing Sebastien Marineau-Mes , BlackBerry's SVP of Software, it seems they have no issues as of yet in adding Delta Vice President of Marketing, Bob Kupbens to their employee list.

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Facebook goes all in on the Oculus Rift, buys Oculus VR for $2 billion

The Oculus Rift is an amazing piece of technology and the company behind it all, Oculus VR , has become a leader in the immersive virtual reality space with a ton of attention being sent their way and it’s about to increase Oculus has now announced an agreement to be acquired by Facebook . The partnership between the two organizations sees Facebook paying out $400 million, and 23.1 million Facebook shares with an additional $300 million earn-out in cash and stock based on the achievement of certain milestones with the grand total reaching $2 billion

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