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New technology allows diabetics to better manage the disease

According to the American Diabetes Association, in 2015, 30.3 Americans or 9.4 percent of the population had diabetes. Diabetics need to control their blood sugar, exercise, and eat properly to manage the disease and prevent complications.

Blackberry laying off workers in Ontario and Florida

Waterloo - Blackberry is laying off an unspecified but "small number" of employees both in Waterloo, Ontario, and at Sunrise Florida. The creator of the Blackberry Messenger, Gary Klassen, has left the company, according to reports.

Call for ban of mobile phone use in cars

London - The charity group Brake are calling for a ban on hands-free mobile phones for drivers in the UK. The charity is asking for a total ban of mobile phone use in cars.

Video: iPhone sleeve, an ongoing work in progress

Aspiring inventor Shota Mori is taking it upon himself to create and continuously perfect a special iPhone sleeve that allows your phone to pop up from your sleeve.

Op-Ed: Smart TV is here — And all those stupid people do is watch TV?

Sydney - After years dragging the chain on streaming, internet TV is here, and it’s a mess. Worse, the industry has discovered that all people want to do is watch their favourite shows. The swine. Don't they know that thousands of plutocrats might cry?

Video: Demonstration of 'MOGA' for Android devices

MOGA, a gaming controller, is made available for smart phones and tablet computers that utilize the Google Android operating system.

Gadgets to outnumber humans by 2015

A recent report estimates that within four years the amount of gadgets connected to the Internet will be twice the world's population.

New free mobile texting app upstart Kik blocked by Blackberry

Waterloo - A 23-year-old University of Waterloo dropout has created a new smartphone text messaging application that has already attracted over two million users world wide in the first three weeks of availability.

Nokia posts $1.36 billion third quarter loss

Nokia reported a $1.36 billion loss in the third quarter as it lowered the value of its wireless networks venture by $1.35 billion and global sales declined 20 percent.

With Google Latitude, bosses can track their workers

With the new Google Latitude, professionals engaged in small industries could be tracked through their cellphones. As suggested by detailed reports, if used properly the software could very well be utilized as a tracking device for these workers.
 

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