Hands-on review: Blackphone 2

Hours before Silent Circle’s Blackphone 2 broke cover, the mobile phone company formerly known as Research In Motion unveiled its first Android-based smartphone, Priv. By moving towards Android, BlackBerry cemented the belief that the platform is now ripe to be used as an enterprise-class, secure...
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Why the Navy needs more than just more ships

The USS Coronado (LCS-4) underway in April 2014. The Coronado and other LCS ships are supposed to fill the role of frigates, which the Navy retired en masse in the late 2000s. (credit: U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Keith DeVinne) Carly Fiorina,...
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A Quick Hands On With The All New Chromecasts

Amidst a flurry of announcements today, Google debuted not one but two new Chromecasts – one that works just like the original Chromecast, and an audio-only version meant to be plugged into your existing speaker systems. We took a quick peek at both devices and...
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Hands-on review: Chromecast 2

Google has a Chromecast 2 for 2015, and it’s built to be more reliable and easier to use than its first media streaming dongle, yet it’s just as inexpensive. The new Chromecast is on sale right now through the Google Store for an easy $...
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