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Apple will soon release iOS 8, and if you have a relatively new iPhone or iPad, you'll be able to upgrade to it. By all accounts, it sounds like people will love it.

Toronto company creates all-in-one business management software solution Promoted

Candev CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is a new kind of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software designed specifically for do-it-yourself business owners and entrepreneurs.

Microsoft China posts Windows 9 launch teaser

Earlier today, Microsoft China wrote a post on its Weibo page that not only confirms that the "Windows 9" name is intended for the next version of the company's operating system but also that it will be "coming soon."

Third of UK suffers from mobile phone coverage problems

According to a report by Ofcom, the regulator of Britain’s mobile phone industry, at least 20 percent of the country faces regular problems with mobile phone coverage.

Incredible 3-D printed keys that can unlock almost anything

Technologists have utilized 3-D printing technology to produce "bump keys". These are keys capable of opening millions of locks.

Op-Ed: Robots, the Cloud and robot banks — Utopia? Maybe, maybe not

The robots are coming, but not the way you’d expect. They’re about to replace the suits, and perhaps even declutter your home. Spooky? Much more than that. There’s a “vision of excellence," and you know what that means — chaos.

The Siva Cycle Atom charges your phone as you ride your bike

With an ever increasing amount of battery-powered tech entering our lives, finding the time to charge them can be difficult. A new invention seeks to change that though by allowing the millions of cycling commuters to charge their devices as they ride.

Finalists named in Star Trek tricorder competition

Ten finalists have been chosen in a $10 million competition to develop a real-life "tricorder" - the medical scanner used in the Star Trek series.

Review: LG G3 phone of the year? Special

With the successful launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8, as well as the rumoured much anticipated unveiling of the Apple iPhone 6 this fall, LG has decided to take on the industry’s best offerings by releasing the LG G3 flagship device.

Waterproof E-reader can be used while in the bath

The company Kobo, based in Canada, says that they are selling the world's first premium "E Ink e-reader" designed to be waterproof for up to 30 minutes in about three feet of water.

Microsoft removes 1,500 spam apps from the Windows Store

Microsoft's acknowledgement of the presence of illegitimate, spam apps in the Windows Store has come to fruition with the removal of 1,500 apps from the store and subsequent refunding of purchasers.

Op-Ed: Evernote: turn your mobile device into a tool

Organization is a key to success. It doesn't matter what level of schooling you're in. Every class is giving you numerous paper handouts, and it can be easy to lose them.

A tricked-out cooler is now the most funded Kickstarter of all time

"The Coolest Cooler," which offered a 21st century facelift to a picnic staple, has dethroned the Pebble smartwatch as the most funded Kickstarter campaign of all time.

Facebook-owned Instagram launches new time-lapse app Hyperlapse

The Facebook-owned image and video sharing social media service Instagram has launched a brand new app called Hyperlapse. The new app will allow users to create amazing time-lapse videos from Instagram.

Robotics researchers are turning the Internet into a giant robot brain

One of the biggest challenges in building useful robots lies in simply teaching them about our world. Robotics researchers at Cornell, Stanford, Brown, and UC Berkeley are building a compelling solution to this problem, and they're calling it Robo Brain.

Disgruntled Verizon customer uses VPN to improve Netflix stream

As Netflix and Verizon continue to duke it out over net neutrality issues, customers are becoming increasingly frustrated with slow streaming speeds.

Op-Ed: GoPro — Getting marketing right since 2004

I'm not sure who originally came up with GoPro's marketing scheme, nor do I know if the same person still runs that scheme today, but oh-my-God are they good.

Smart political ads coming in 2014

Political ads on TV are always annoying, but in 2014 they might verge on the eerie: Democrats and Republicans will both be using DirectTV and DISH smart ad technology during this election to decide what ads to show you.

This nail polish changes colors when it comes in contact with a drugged drink

College students have created a nail polish that may help protect the lives of college partiers everywhere. The polish — called "Undercover Colors" — will change shades if it becomes exposed to a drugged drink.

The iPhone 6 may come with a chip just for measuring your health

For months we've been hearing that Apple's next iPhone could focus on fitness, but now we're seeing more details about the technology it may use to learn about your health.

Op-Ed: Marketing eyeballs with RBT

Many sites on the internet including news networks such as Digital Journal are partially if not wholly funded by advertising. Advertising on the internet has become a very complicated business and includes many complex operations.

New wearable bracelet can charge your phone

A new device dubbed QBracelet entering the rising "wearable device" market is seeking to make it easier than ever to charge your phone or tablet on the go — by simply hooking it up to your wrist.

Google Chrome comes to Cuba

Google Chrome has finally touched down in Cuba. In a Google+ post Wednesday, Google blames American export controls and sanctions that may prohibit the access of certain tools in Cuba.

Robot hitchikes, travels 4,000 miles with strangers

If you were driving in certain parts of Canada this summer that wasn't your imagination. That really was a robot, called HitchBOT, hitchhiking, trying to get a ride with you or any driver who would give him one.

Ferguson leads teens to develop app documenting police abuse

As questions surrounding the police response to protests in Ferguson, MO continue, three Georgia teens announce the release of an app allowing users to document abuse by police.

Best Buy accidentally revealed how much Motorola's Google-powered smartwatch will cost

Motorola is expected to reveal more information about its Moto 360 smartwatch next month, but it looks like Best Buy has already beat them to it.

Manchester United bans tablets and laptops at home games

Manchester United has told its fans they cannot bring tablets or laptops to football matches at its stadium. The ban does not include smartphones but does include iPad Mini and other small tablets.

Meet Om/One, the levitating Bluetooth speaker

Tired of those speakers that just sit around like cylinders? Well then, get yourself the Om/One, a gravity-defying gadget that will play your music while it levitates in the air.

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S offers strong tablet competition Special

As the tablet market continues to grow and everything is inevitably compared to the iPad, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S comes out as a strong contender.

EthicsInTech invites NSA official to comedy tour Special

The founder of a tech-based activist group has invited a high-ranking NSA official to participate in a comedy tour highlighting surveillance, privacy and Fourth Amendment issues.

#OpFerguson: Anonymous identifies alleged Mike Brown shooter

The global hacker group Anonymous has identified who it claims is the Missouri police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown last weekend in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.

Google to lay cable underneath the sea for faster Internet

For Google, a day's work is never done. It already has cyberspace, the sky, and the roads, but now, the Internet giant is setting itself a new challenge: to conquer the sea.

Op-Ed: Army's tiny drone shows miniaturization of video surveillance

The U.S. Army's recent announcement that it's developing a pocket-sized drone for video intelligence shows the evolving hardware surrounding military and commercial surveillance.

Apple's iWatch set for November 14th release, says report

On Wednesday, a new report generated substantial buzz across the tech blogosphere with regard to one of the most eagerly anticipated new tech gadgets of the year — Apple's long-rumored iWatch.

Apple iOS operating system found most immune to spyware attacks

Bad news for Blackberry especially after the latest report from a test conducted by a surveillance software and hardware vendor detailing security vulnerabilities in Blackberry, Android, and not iOS smartphones.

Leaked: Google's next major smartphone may come with a screen that's bigger and sharper than the iPhone

Google and Motorola are supposedly teaming up to release a new smartphone in the near future, and if the latest leak turns out to be true, it could give both Samsung and LG some stiff competition.

'Liter of Light' — Lighting up homes with a 1-liter water bottle

"Liter of Light," an inspiring project that aims to provide sustainable, green lighting in impoverished homes using just a 1-liter bottle of water, is now present in 15 countries, including India, Kenya and the Philippines.

Apple CEO unhappy with company's diversity report

Apple's CEO is unhappy about the results of an internal diversity report showing that the vast majority of the company's employees are male, white or Asian.

Innovative updates revealed in leaked iPhone 6 images

The day is fast approaching when Apple will debut the long-awaited iPhone 6. Potential customers won't have to think much about what it looks like, after early images were leaked revealing an interesting twist to the Apple logo.

Twitter backlash against media coverage of Michael Brown shooting

Social media users, many of them young and black, are deeply dissatisfied with the corporate mainstream media's coverage of last weekend's fatal police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.

Technology spurs surge in India's e-commerce

The e-commerce boom may seem like old news to some, but for those in many parts of the world, the online shopping trend is relatively new and is growing at an impressive rate.
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