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Federal Trade Commission Cracks Down On Mobile Apps That Claim To Diagnose Skin Cancer

Heads up, app developers: there is a really good reason that the government licences people to practice medicine. Unless your app is smart enough to go through four years of med school, you probably shouldn't claim that it can diagnose diseases. The developers of "Mole Detective" on the Google Play Store and similar apps have reason to reflect on this, as the Federal Trade Commission has slapped them with fines and restricted them from claiming that their apps could reliably diagnose melanoma.

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Sony Slips Out Xperia Z4 Tablet's Image, Display Resolution, And Unveiling Date—March 3rd

Anyone eager to see what Sony has planned for the Xperia Z4 Tablet won't have much longer to wait. According to XperiaBlog, Sony has let slip its plans to show off the tablet on March 3rd. That date lines up with a certain Mobile World Congress taking place at the time where a bunch of other manufacturers will also be showing off their upcoming products.

Sony reportedly let the information slip into the official Xperia Lounge app, which XperiaBlog has shown off in a screenshot.

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[Deal Alert] Get A Denon Heos 3 Wireless Speaker For $99 ($200 Off) With A Spotify Premium Account

Denon and Spotify currently have a thing going on where if you put the two together, you could wind up saving $200. Denon is holding a promotion where if you happen to be a Spotify Premium customer, you can get the Heos 3 wireless speaker for just $99. That's a mere third of its usual $299 sticker price.

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The speaker can stand tall or rest horizontally, and it's small enough to fit in any room where you want wireless music.

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Ting's GSM Service Is Now In Open Beta

There are plenty of pre-paid MVNOs in the US, but Ting has consistently offered some of the best deals. However, it only worked on Sprint's network. If that wasn't a good fit for you, tough. The company recently started testing a GSM service on an invite-only basis, but now it's open to everyone. While it's still technically beta, you can add a GSM phone to Ting right now.

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Supreme Court Denies Patent Holder Ho Keung Tse's Last-Ditch Petition

Back in December, we published a story about a patent (6665797) belonging to Ho Keung Tse. The patent supposedly covered a DRM method by which users could download paid digital content to multiple devices without going through another payment process.

During a previous suit against a handful of tech companies, most of Tse's patent was invalidated. After amending the patent's language, Tse went after Google, Samsung, HTC, and Blockbuster, but a summary judgment stopped his case in its tracks.

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Two More Alleged HTC One M9 Images Leak Courtesy Of @Upleaks, Video Teased For Tomorrow [Update: Videos]

Well, look at what we have here. Noted leaker of things, @Upleaks has posted a few more images of the supposed HTC One M9, and they look like the most recent renders. Like it or not, they show a phone that's a dead ringer for the current M8.

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Official Superbike Game SBK14 Slides Into The Play Store Months After The Race Is Over

The Superbike World Championship is a chance for riders to take modified versions of publicly available motorcycles to the track in countries all over the world. The 2014 season may be over, but that doesn't mean some Android-toting fans haven't been craving a chance to get a virtual taste of the action. After months of waiting, the timely-released iOS game has made its way over to Google Play.

SBK14 is the officially licensed mobile title, offering 13 recreated tracks, 27 real-world racers, and 16 teams including the likes of Kawasaki Racing and Ducati Superbike.

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Chainfire Updates CF.lumen To v3.0 With Unrooted Mode, 'Freeload' Option, And More

Chainfire's screen modifying app CF.lumen has been updated to v3.0 with a few important changes, not least of which is a mode for unrooted devices. You won't get full functionality, but it's better than nothing, right? If you want to verify that, you can also get all the pro features for free now. Seriously.

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Prezi's New Android App Zooms Into The Play Store Raring To View Your Presentations

When I was in high school, we were taught how to use PowerPoint. Before I graduated from college, Prezi presentations were starting to feel just as commonplace. The latter allowed students to create lively, zoom-able slideshows online and access them from wherever they could connect to Wi-Fi. Starting now, they will be able to access them from their Android devices as well.

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Sony Adds LTE To The Xperia E4, Calls It The Xperia E4g

Sony announced the budget-oriented Xperia E4 just a few weeks ago, and there's already a new variant of the device. The Xperia E4g has the "g" at the end because it has more Gs in its cellular radio. Yes, this version has 4G LTE instead of just 3G. There are a few other differences as well.

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