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  1. Everybody is suddenly copying MicrosoftRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Silicon Alley Insider

    In 2012, when Microsoft first introduced the Surface Pro - a tablet that was also a laptop - it became an industry punch line. "You can merge a toaster and a refrigerator, but that's probably not going to be pleasing to anyone," quipped Apple CEO Tim Cook.


  2. Toronto contractor turns to technology to keep projects movingRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2015 | IT Business

    With the construction industry having to adjust to even tighter timelines and more fast-track projects, one Scarborough, Ont.-based contractor turned to technology to get his team communicating more closely - and more quickly - than ever before. Silvio Santos entered the construction trade after earning a degree in civil engineering from Ryerson University in 1982, beginning his career as a superintendent and project management.


  3. Abilene ISD technology needs are both short- and long-termRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    From securing enough computers to reach the coveted goal of being a one-to-one computer district - where each child has an electronic device in the classroom - to the things most people take for granted on the back end, such as access to the wireless network across the multiple buildings and schools, it all falls under her department's umbrella. Currently, Owens is focused on a critical aspect of student data collection that the Texas Education Agency requires.


  4. Mac System Update: 6 New FeaturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsFactor

    The name of Apple's new Mac operating system says a lot about what to expect. "El Capitan" won't offer dramatic changes, but rather refinements and enhancements to the current Mac system, called Yosemite.


  5. Apple Fixes iOS 9 Lock Screen FlawRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsFactor

    Actually, it was two weeks ago, but yesterday the company released an update that addresses a number of flaws in iOS 9, including one that allows hackers to bypass a device's lock screen to gain access to personal information stored on the phone. To exploit the flaw, an attacker would have to have physical access to the device, enter an incorrect PIN number several times, and then activate the Siri personal voice assistant.


  6. Media center at Oak Glen dedicated to alum ChaffinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Weirton Daily Times

    On Friday, the 1989 Oak Glen High School graduate was back at his alma mater to dedicate a media center that bears his name.


  7. Technology challenges teaching methodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    In this information age, where 24-hour connectivity is as much a part of our modern lives as wearing shoes, one key aspect of society struggling to keep up with these changes is education institutions. Schools and tertiary institutions, and the learning therein, have remained largely unchanged since the 19th century.


  8. Entrepreneurs Fuse Fitness with FashionRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 3 | NewsFactor

    Like many women, Cynthia Blais loved her new fitness tracker. And like many women, she was embarrassed by how it looked.


  9. So Apple might be developing an Apple Ring...?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | RedOrbit

    Apple may have produced desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, mp3 players, and a smart watch, but will the California company make one ring to rule them all? , Apple has envisioned a precious, wearable device for your finger that would be equipped with some stand-alone features and have the ability to control and access another device. And no, by Apple Ring we don't mean these: Observers have noted that the "smart ring" would be comparable to Apple's smart watch.


  10. Intel And Cisco Head-To-HeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Seeking Alpha

    The head-to-head comparison included a thorough review of the financials, checking forward business prospects, and fair value stock analysis. Tech stocks have a prominent place in my stock portfolio, comprising about 10% of the aggregate total.


  11. For 100,000 bucks, this South Korean biotech firm will clone your dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | KXVO

    Sooam Biotech has ushered in a brave, new world where a dog can live long beyond his death -- as long as you save some of his skin cells and have an extra $100,000 to burn. Sooam Biotech has ushered in a brave, new world where a dog can live long beyond his death -- as long as you save some of his skin cells and have an extra $100,000 to burn.


  12. It's Geek to Me: Connecting two computers at home isna t as effective todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Northwest Florida Daily News

    Q: What is the best way to connect two computers? I recently bought a new desktop with Windows 8 on it and I want to use it as the main computer.


  13. The 2015 Chromecast and Chromecast Audio: Small blips in the streamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Ars Technica

    Streaming devices made by the likes of Roku, Apple, and Amazon have a lot to gain from hardware updates, since they process their audio and video internally, and sometimes come with distinctly new remotes or game controllers. Something like the Google Chromecast , on the other hand, is a little harder to go update-crazy about.


  14. Google announces new Nexus phones, a new tablet and lots of updatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Daily Herald

    Google showed off a wide range of new devices and services on Tuesday in a jam-packed news conference that revealed its fall lineup of products. Here is a quick rundown of what the company announced: The Nexus 5X is an LG-made phone that should appeal to folks who may want a phone that's a little bit smaller than some of the ever-growing flagships out there.


  15. Technology to smooth today's travel turbulenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | CNET

    Andy Abramson spends more than 200 days a year traversing the globe. It can be a gruel ing combination of international flights, airport layovers and rush-hour traffic.


  16. How a Chinese startup became a top seller on Amazon.comRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Internet Retailer

    B2B e-commerce is larger than retail e-commerce in transaction volume. Read key data on industry sales, trends in marketing and web content, technology investment, and more.


  17. The Rusty Sword of JusticeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Sys-Con Media

    I managed to watch Talvar on its release day thanks to the holiday yesterday. It was a pretty sad commentary on the state of the investigation organisations, judicial system and society as a whole.


  18. OGHS launches media centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | The Review

    Twenty-six years ago, Eric Chaffin was a teenager flipping pizza dough for Roma's Pizzeria owner Jeff Davis. On Friday, the 1989 Oak Glen High School graduate was back at his alma mater to dedicate a media center that bears his name.


  19. Weekend Extra: Given the technology, students always find new ways to use itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Vancouver Sun

    Christina Machial first moved to her neighbourhood in central Vancouver nearly 20 years ago, but is now being forced elsewhere because she, her husband, baby daughter and pet chihuahua are bursting out of their one-bedroom condo and cannot afford to buy a bigger home. Housing affordability is a key election topic in the new riding of Vancouver-Granville, which stretches through the heart of city's residential neighbourhoods, from the mansions of Shaughnessy to the smaller homes and low-rise apartments of Marpole.


  20. Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Release date, rumours and everything you need to knowRead the original story

    Friday Oct 2 |

    The original 2-in-1 device debuted in 2013, and now, roughly two years later, rumours have claimed Microsoft is getting ready to unveil a fourth-generation version. Marketed as tablets that can replace your laptop, devices from the Surface Pro line are known for their sharp displays, among other things.