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If Samsung represents one extreme in the move to add new bells and whistles to smartphones, LG seems to be aiming for the other end of the spectrum.
Local kids and parents are scurrying about this week, making their back-to-school preparations and stocking up on school supplies - and these days, electronic devices are often part of this mix.
The app Figure 1 is shown on an iPhone in Toronto on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. Scrolling through the latest made-in-Canada app success story can turn your stomach in seconds.
As students return to school, technology goes with them. That technology-and the data generated by it-is valuable not simply as a means for getting school work done, but also as entertainment for those brief hours between one assignment and the next.
The spreadsheet carved out its place as an essential business tool right from the earliest days of personal computing.
Google has launched an official Photo Sphere app for iPhone that allows users to snap 360A panoramas and then publish them on Google Maps.
Apple Inc.'s stock closed at an all- time high, surpassing a 2012 record as investors look ahead to new products such as bigger-screen iPhones and a wristwatch-like device that may jump-start revenue growth.
Everybody loves photography . You have to have a good eye for composition and you make permanent memories from a brief moment in time.
Never underestimate your mom, kids - especially if she learns how to code. Sharon Standifird's son knows this all too well.
PayPal is taking up Braintree's Venmo Touch technology, which lets developers put a one-touch purchase button directly into their apps.
Hanx Writer, which emulates an old-fashioned typewriter, was only launched last week but has already become one of the most popular apps.
Apple is rumored to be introducing a brand new proprietary version of the traditional USB connector, in the name of user convenience.
If you haven't checked in recently, I recommend you have a listen. We're finishing this series by exploring the question of whether we will shortly see the death of tablets.
Social networking giant Facebook's chief security officer Joe Sullivan says Facebook's biggest security concern is its ads.
The TSA has started treating smartphones with dead batteries like potential bombs , but after an iPhone mishap on one plane caused an emergency evacuation, maybe they should be more worried about all the iPhones with a full charge too.
For all of the disruption that characterizes consumer tech, the story is often one of a company extending its strong presence in one sector of the market into another - at least until its strengths lose relevance in the new battleground.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 01:51 am
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