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T-Mobile releases Q4, 2014 numbers with jump of 8.3 million customers

Carrier now covers potential 256 million people in the US; CEO calls year 'record-breaking'

Last month, T-Mobile CEO John Legere made a number of predictions about the coming year in a humorous (and almost entirely swearing-free) Christmas video. Now that 2015 is here, T-Mobile's Q4 2014 and full-year 2014 numbers have been released, showing a net total of 8.3 million new customers for 2014...


New iBeek beacons demoed by Texas Instruments at CES 2015

Low energy iBeacons for enterprise customers utilize TI chipsets

At CES on Monday, the iBeek beacon by Bluvision was deployed today at the Texas Instruments (TI) booth. When a device with Bluvision's CMS platform, BluZone, comes into proximity, the beacons will provide information and an interactive experience for visitors. The system was designed to provide accurate...


Chick-Fil-A reports nine-month-long payment security breach

Restaurant chain will eat losses if banks do not compensate customers for any breach

A rash of credit and debit card fraud cases have been tracked back to accounts that were all used at various Chick-Fil-A locations around the US. The fast food restaurant joins the ranks of retailers with point of sale security issues. This particular breach appears to have run from December of 2013...


Apple offers Boxing Day iTunes sales for UK, Canadian customers

US customers get holiday channels on iTunes Radio instead

As was the case last year, Canadians are once again getting a sale on selected albums in iTunes as part of a "Boxing Day" event, part of a traditional observance throughout Canada and a number of other Commonwealth countries. The UK iTunes Store is also having a sale on hit albums, but doesn't label...


Sprint facing fines for charging customers for unwanted services

Potential fine of up to $105 million by FCC the latest in a crackdown on 'cramming'

Mobile phone service provider Sprint could be facing a fine of as high as $105 million or other disciplinary actions from the FCC after a study by the agency concluded that the carrier was willfully participating in a practice called "cramming," in which users are often tricked into signing up for "premium"...


Zalman to carry on after Moneual's $3B fraud, restructuring underway

Cooler company denies bankruptcy claims, customers not affected by changes

After years of corporate fraud carried out by high-level executives in its parent company Moneual, there was concern that computer cooler manufacturer Zalman Tech could go under. However, it appears that the company will undergo several changes in order to live on, as indicated by statement released...


Forums: private browsing, custom colors and more

private browsing, custom colors and more

Yesterday, when trying to figure out how to set up Safari's private browsing feature in Yosemite, Mac Elite "jeff k" turned to the MacNN Forums looking for some help. Earlier today, forum-goers assisted "Ralph Tomaccio" with trying to change the color of the text under a folder icon on their desktop...


Apple says it knows of no actual cases of Masque Attack malware

Encourages customers to download from trusted sources, notes software warnings

Rebutting advice from the Department of Homeland Security and other sources that have sought to sow fear in users with regards to the "Masque" malware attack, Apple late on Thursday issued a statement saying it is unaware of any actual cases of the malware attacking iOS users. The statement comes on...


USPS servers hacked, data for 800,000 employees compromised

Customer payment data not in danger, USPS claims following intrusion

Servers belonging to the United States Postal Service (USPS) have been hacked, it has been revealed. The latest major organization to suffer an intrusion, following a string of retailers, data belonging to more than 800,000 USPS employees have been compromised, including the postmaster general's, in...


Amazon brings same-day delivery service to Canada, explores taxi use

Toronto, Vancouver-based Amazon customers can pay for same-day deliveries

Amazon is making some changes to its same-day delivery service, including covering two new cities in Canada. The rapid delivery option introduction in Toronto and Vancouver arrives at the same time as a report is published, claiming the retailer is testing the use of taxis for deliveries in some of the...


Apple Pay saw over one million card activations in first 72 hours

Cook says CVS, Rite Aid will eventually need to do what customers want

During the service's first 72 hours, over one million credit and debit cards were activated on Apple Pay, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. The executive made the comment yesterday at the WSJ.D conference in Laguna Beach, California. Cook moreover claims that Apple Pay already has more mobile wallets...


Alienware sets release, specifications for flagship Area-51 PC

Computer built on Intel X99 platform, opens for orders, customization on October 28

Alienware announced the availability of the new Area-51, the company's flagship gaming PC that Electronista took a first-hand look at during PAX Prime 2014. The customizable PC will be available starting October 28 with Intel's gaming-focused Haswell-E processors and X99 motherboards also unveiled during...


Wells Fargo offers payouts to customers willing to try Apple Pay

Separate incentives for debit, credit transactions

US bank Wells Fargo is offering one-time payments as an incentive to try Apple Pay. Customers willing to make a first-time credit card transaction through the service are being given $20, while a debit or prepaid transaction is worth $10. Both offers expire after November 30th; the $20 credit should...


Nest acquires Revolv, immediately halts sales of smart hub solution

Company no longer taking new customers, team continues automation work

Nest Labs is investing further into home automation market with an acquisition announced last week. Revolv, a company that makes a smart hub to tie together Internet of Things (IoT) devices, said that it was purchased by the Google-owned connected device company. As a result, the team is folded into...


Staples likely latest company suffering customer payment info breach

Unknown number of victims, data taken from PA, NY, NJ

Office supply store Staples appears to be the latest victim of a breach of customer payment information. The company issued a brief statement saying that they were looking into the matter, after several banks reported fraudulent activity with a pattern pointing to the source being Staples stores in the...


AT&T drops Beats Music subscriptions for new customers

Move seen as part of rumored rebranding shift coming next year

One of the US' largest carriers, AT&T, has abruptly ended a promotion it began with Beats Music prior to the latter being acquired by Apple. The carrier was previously offering the ability to include a Beats Music subscription on a customer's wireless bill if desired, and told AppleInsider that it will...


Briefly: Google Chromecast backdrops, Honeywell Smart Thermostat in UK

Google adds backdrop customization options to Chromecast app

Google is starting to enable customizable backdrops for the Chromecast, a feature it first revealed in June. Rolling out from today, owners of the streaming dongle can customize the image feed from the Chromecast app for Android and iOS, including photo albums from Google+, artwork from the Google Cultural...


AT&T warns of customer data breach instigated by employee

Letter to Vermont attorney general advises of August intrusion

AT&T has admitted that it has suffered a data breach, and is warning customers about the intrusion. The communications provider has written to the Vermont attorney general about the breach, which took place in August, though unlike similar breaches at Home Depot, Target, and itself, this was instigated...


Apple-IBM deal took eight months, was not first partnership discussed

Companies working with 'several large customers' on iOS apps

The Apple-IBM partnership announced in July took about eight months to negotiate, and was not the only arrangement the two corporations considered, according to a new profile of IBM CEO Ginni Rometty. It's not mentioned what other options the companies were considering. IBM's global business executive,...


Motorola enables Moto Maker customization in UK, e-mails designs

Moto Maker UK sends e-mail with final Moto X design, not open to pre-orders

Motorola has enabled Moto Maker in the United Kingdom, offering customization of the new Moto X. Added just after the company commenced direct sales to the country via the website, the portal allows users to modify their future phone in an identical way to the United States version of the site, though...


Pre-orders underway: T-Mobile no-contract iPhone not yet available

Customers report difficulty as servers hammered with demand

Buyers trying to be among the first to pre-order the new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus are running into problems, including overloaded Apple servers, carrier communication issues, and an absent player. Ironically, Apple's own Online Store was among the last outlet to open its pre-ordering page, though reports...


Skullcandy Gaming talks headsets at PAX, 343 Industries collaboration

Halo Slyr headset coming this holiday season, work with Astro allows customer focus

Skullcandy Gaming was present at Seattle's Penny Arcade Expo over Labor Day weekend, allowing gamers to experience its specific brand of gaming headsets. As part of its presence at the show, booth visitors were able to play Halo: The Master Chief Collection ahead of its launch, while talking about a...


PAX: iBuyPower brings X99, Haswell Extreme Edition computers

Custom computer builder talks about new technology, products and new items in the works

Computer manufacturers were in full force at Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, showing off different machines utilizing the new Haswell Extreme Edition processors and X99 chipset that Intel announced at the beginning of the show. One such manufacturer was iBuyPower, bringing one of the machines to the show...


Case manufacturer ClamCase data stolen, customer info at risk

Hackers penetrated system between April 15 and August 6, 2014

Apple iPad case seller ClamCase is the victim of a computer intrusion, revealing its customer information to hackers. Emails to customers have been arriving in recent days, claiming that the company has fallen victim to the hack, and purchase data from that period between April 15 and August 6 has been...


Five-hour iTunes Stores downtime fixed, no explanation provided

Customers of iTunes Music, App Store, Mac App Store and iBookstore affected

Apple's non-Apple Store commerce sites suffered some major downtime on Tuesday, with the App Store, iBookstore, Mac App Store and iTunes Music Store being inaccessible for nearly five and a half hours for some (but not all) users, from approximately 6:30PM to midnight Eastern time. During the outage,...


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