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Briefly: Motorola direct sales in UK, Offline YouTube in India

09/15, 8:10am

Motorola has updated its online store in the United Kingdom, giving citizens the ability to directly purchase devices directly from the manufacturer, rather than diverting sales to retailers. The updated site, spotted by Pocket-Lint, stocks the second-generation Moto G for £150 ($), with separate pages offering to register visitors for updates for the Moto 360 and new Moto X. Moto Maker is expected to become available on the UK site in the near future.

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Google launches first Android One smartphones in India

09/15, 6:58am

Google has used an event in India to launch the first smartphones under the Android One program. The project aims to create low-cost devices, running on stock Android with updates coming from Google directly, in order to provide people in emerging markets access to hardware and software already prevalent in developed regions.

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Briefly: New blue Xbox 360 bundle, three new 3DS XL editions coming

09/14, 4:40pm

Consumers looking for a replacement Microsoft Xbox 360 will have another option coming on October 7, just in time for the holiday shopping season. The new version of the almost nine-year-old console is bathed in blue, adding arctic blue accent pieces on both console and controller. Priced at $250, the Xbox 360 Special Edition Blue Bundle comes with a 500GB hard disk in the console, a month of Xbox Live Gold, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

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Malware spreading over Twitch chat empties Steam account items

09/14, 3:08pm

Security firm F-Secure was recently alerted to a wave of malware targeting the Twitch game streaming audience as a way to turn a quick buck. The target of the Windows-based malware infection isn't aimed at stealing credit card information or joining into an click-through advertising botnet, but rather selling items of value that are associated with a Steam account.

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G-Technology shows Thunderbolt 2 64TB G-Speed Studio XL

09/13, 12:06pm

Storage solutions provider G-Technology announced the first extension of its Studio line, the G-Speed Studio XL. Expanding on the two–bay G-RAID Studio and four-bay G-Speed Studio Thunderbolt 2 storage solutions which launched earlier this year, the G-Speed Studio XL holds up to eight removable enterprise-class 7,200 RPM hard drives. Fully populated and properly configured, the array is capable of moving in excess of 1.3GB per second.

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Moto X reported to have 'Pure Edition' with stock Android onboard

09/12, 4:46pm

Motorola will be bringing out a version of its updated Moto X with a stock installation of Android, according to a report. Just like the Google Play Edition of the original Moto X, the 2014 edition of the smartphone is said to have a "Pure Edition" on the way, with the device believed to ship unlocked, unbranded, and without any extra software typically loaded onto smartphones by carriers.

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AT&T adding Wi-Fi calling to network in 2015, claims executive

09/12, 2:15pm

AT&T will be bringing Wi-Fi calling to its network, though customers will have to wait until 2015. The president and CEO of AT&T's Mobile and Business Solutions group Ralph de la Vega claimed that the technology will be made available to customers, but not until the carrier has worked to prevent calls from dropping on the service.

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Best Buy, Walmart decline to support Apple Pay

09/12, 12:46pm

Two major US retailers -- Best Buy and Walmart -- have announced that they will not support Apple Pay, according to the Wall Street Journal. The companies are instead said to be backing a payment service operated by Merchant Customer Exchange. The MCX technology requires only an app download, and is platform-agnostic, supporting older iPhones as well as Android devices. Apple Pay will be restricted to the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and Apple Watch.

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CBS, Time Warner CEOs warm to Internet TV versions of Showtime, HBO

09/12, 12:38pm

Subscriptions to Showtime and HBO separate from a cable television service could still happen, according to comments made at an investor conference. The CEOs of Time Warner and CBS both made similar statements, suggesting the channels may be available without requiring a cable subscription, with viewers able to watch shows over the Internet.

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HP pleads guilty to felony bribery charges, $58.7M penalty assessed

09/12, 12:10pm

Hewlett Packard has pleaded guilty to international bribery charges, as part of a plea arrangement it had previously negotiated. As part of the deal. the company's Russian subsidiary has admitted to charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in a transaction arranged with Russia's top prosecutorial office. The company will pay an additional $58.7 million to settle the charges on top of the $108 million it agreed to pay in April.

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Apple Pay coming to China through China UnionPay, report says

09/12, 11:28am

Apple Pay will at some point make it to China by way of China UnionPay, a source tells Caixin. UnionPay is a state-supported bank card company, and has reportedly reached a deal with Apple that will allow Apple Pay to link to its cards. It's not clear though when the platform will reach China, or even when the iPhone 6/6 Plus will ship to the country.

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LG outlines Ultra HD television range heading to United States

09/12, 10:14am

LG has revealed its collection of Ultra HD televisions destined to go on sale in the United States in the fourth quarter. The list of televisions, including one high-end model measuring 105-inches diagonally, is accompanied a confirmation the manufacturer's recently announced 4K-capable curved OLED televisions to the country in the coming months.

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Sandisk launches $800 512GB Extreme Pro SD card

09/12, 9:20am

Flash disk manufacturer SanDisk Corporation has launched its 512GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card, the world's highest capacity SD card on the market. The new offering is designed to meet the demands of industry professionals who shoot 4K Ultra High Definition (3840x2160p) video, Full HD video (1920x1080) and high-speed burst mode photography.

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HTC reportedly working on GoPro-style waterproof 16MP camera

09/12, 8:34am

HTC may be looking into producing a camera, as it attempts to fix its financial standing, a report claims. The smartphone manufacturer is said to be working on its own action camera, similar to those produced by GoPro, with the camera believed to have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing it to work with both Android and iOS devices.

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Nikon Coolpix S6900 compact camera has flip-out display, stand

09/12, 7:23am

Nikon's second camera launch of the day is a new device in its Coolpix compact camera range aimed at "selfies." The Coolpix S6900 is a 16-megapixel shooter with a wide-angle 12x optical zoom lens, with Nikon pitching it as a camera for impromptu self portraits and sharing on social networks, thanks to its display, stand, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

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