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Windows Phone 8.1 sera diffusé en France dans le courant de l'été

Windows Phone 8.1 sera diffusé en France dans le courant de l'été
… disponibles, à l'instar des Lumia 630 et 930, même si ce dernier est surtout en précommande pour l'instant. Mais qu'en est-il des smartphones déjà commercialisés depuis l'arrivée de Windows Phone 8, comme le Lumia 820 ou encore le HTC 8X ?
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New Growth For A New Nokia (NOK)
… on the balance sheet, in both the HERE and hardware segments. Thus, removing hardware from the equation effectively reduced the reaction of financial performance attributed to consumer preference for Windows, which is incredibly important …
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Facebook is happy with app adoption, won't make a phone
Apple has iPhone and iPad, Google has Android-powered phones and Microsoft is trying to draw consumers with the help of Windows Phone. … Earlier, Facebook partnered with HTC and launched a device that ran Facebook software on top of Android.
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Sony recruits sheep to film the Tour de France

When watching a gang 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…

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FIFA 14 iPhone/iPad – Spain vs. France

http://smarturl.it/FIFA14_Ytube_WW WE ARE FIFA 14! The most popular sports franchise is back in your hands with all new ways to play on mobile. And this year, millions more fans are able…

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EE takes 4G roaming to France and Spain, more destinations to follow

If you’re an EE customer, and reading this on the 12:15 from Euston International, then you can continue to do so — over 4G — once you emerge from the tunnel without it costing you un bras or une jambe. That’s because the UK network has just…

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Germany and France are working together to keep internet traffic away from the US

The ongoing revelations about the extent of NSA data collection are causing other countries to tighten up their security and keep their citizens’ data private. Germany in particular has been talking about keeping its internet traffic and email messages private within the country for some time, and now the country is planning to work with France to help build a network throughout Europe that keeps data away from the United States. According to Reuters, German Chancellor Angela Merkel (pictured above) is planning to discuss a European communication network that’ll keep internet traffic away from the US with French President Francois Hollande when they meet later this week.

This comes after it was revealed that the NSA had monitored…

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JTECH 107 faux bug Facebook, iPad à Air France, HTC Windows Phone 8

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Twitter discloses authors of anti-Semitic tweets in France

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Twitter has handed over data to French authorities disclosing the details of users accused of posting racist and anti-Semitic tweets. After months of legal appeals requesting that the company share user data with France’s Union of Jewish Students (UEJF) and four other human rights organizations, Twitter has acquiesced, bringing an end to the dispute between the two parties that started in November 2012.

In a statement sent to The Verge, Twitter says it will work with the UEJF “to actively continue contributing together to the fight against racism and anti-Semitism,” adding that it will take measures to “improve the accessibility of the reporting procedure of illegal Tweets.” The UEJF took further legal action against Twitter in March…

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UK and Germany join France in demanding Google rewrite its privacy policy

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Last month France acted on a year-long investigation into Google’s new privacy policy in the EU, demanding the company change its policy or face stiff fines. Now, the UK and Germany are piling on. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office says that Google’s policy, last updated in March 2012, “does not provide sufficient information to enable UK users of Google’s services to understand how their data will be used across all of the company’s products.” The ICO is giving Google until September 20th to update the policy or face “the possibility of formal enforcement action.”

Germany, meanwhile, has already scheduled a hearing for August, where Google will need to defend its privacy policy, reports Computerworld. Google’s privacy…

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UK and Germany join France in demanding Google rewrite its privacy policy

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Last month France acted on a year-long investigation into Google’s new privacy policy in the EU, demanding the company change its policy or face stiff fines. Now, the UK and Germany are piling on. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office says that Google’s policy, last updated in March 2012, “does not provide sufficient information to enable UK users of Google’s services to understand how their data will be used across all of the company’s products.” The ICO is giving Google until September 20th to update the policy or face “the possibility of formal enforcement action.”

Germany, meanwhile, has already scheduled a hearing for August, where Google will need to defend its privacy policy, reports Computerworld. Google’s privacy…

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Sony to offer UltraViolet movies in France and Germany starting late September

Sony to offer UltraViolet access to Germany in September, France in the fall

To use UltraViolet these days, you have to live in one of a few English-speaking countries. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will change that soon: the company just teased its plans for the digital locker service in mainland Europe. According to the firm’s David Bishop, Germans will get cloud access to Sony movies in late September — possibly September 30th, as DECE hinted in April — while the French will have their turn sometime in the fall. Neither Sony nor other studios have provided additional launch dates, although we know that neighboring countries like Belgium and the Netherlands should be next on the list.

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