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Connected Home Devices: Are You Safe? IKEA has recently created a connected home lighting system. The system, called Tradfri, allows homeowners to turn lights on and off using a small console and your smartphone. The concept is interesting (Ikea has a video of this product running on its website), »03/29/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, WikiLeaks dumped a massive amount of files on the Internet. Those files claim that the US Government (USG) has been using various devices to spy on certain people. The nature of this spying has a lot of tech companies (including Apple and Samsung) writing statements to its public today. »03/08/2017, Jim Lewis
What was the one thing (okay, the second thing) that most people loved about the older BlackBerry phones? Aside from the legendary SMS messaging system that was more secure than most others, the older BlackBerry phones had one of the best keyboards going. BlackBerry’s QWERTY keyboard was something that »01/04/2017, Brad Larson
BlackBerry Opens Autonomous Vehicle Hub BlackBerry is largely ditching the smartphone market. Once the SMS company to be reckoned with, the Canadian technology company is now reinventing itself. What BlackBerry is now focusing on is integrated technology in the form of autonomous vehicle tech. The Waterloo company is officially opening »12/19/2016, David Lee
If you like to take selfies, there’s an app that you might have to have. This app is called FaceTune 2, and it’s a revamp of the earlier FaceTune. T he original FaceTune lets users change their appearance in a number of different ways, but this version takes it to »11/25/2016, David Lee
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Smartphone users used to buy a phone every time a new one came out. People would shell out hundreds for the newest phone technology. But this has stopped. Why? Phone technology isn’t really improving. Nothing new has been released in a while. Companies like Apple put out new phones, »09/01/2016, Danny Mills
Google is making some very useful upgrades to its email inbox app. The company is working with both Trello and GitHub to make getting updates from these two programs a lot simpler for users. Both of these changes are necessary and Google Inbox users will find these updates accommodating »08/09/2016, Erik Lim
Twitter has been playing around with the Periscope app for some time. A little while ago, Twitter released the app for Android users. Now, Twitter has released Periscope for everyone to use now, but should you be using it? Here are some more details about what Periscope is and isn’t. »06/16/2016, Steve Luck
Google’s next Android operating system has been released to developers for beta testing. The new mobile operating system is called Android-N, and there are quite a few differences. Here’s what is known so far about the new OS. Split Screens One of the things that is most exciting »03/10/2016, John Cook
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