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The NSA "Narrative": Beautiful Software Deserves A Beautiful Story

Things have been quiet on the NSA front, as the secret intelligence agencies demonstrate their abilities to both keep secrets and conceal through public information. 517 more words

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Editor's note: Responding to the web's evolution

The Calgary Herald launched its first Internet home page almost 20 years ago, back in 1995.

 It followed a different digital first for the paper — when the Herald became the first newspaper in the world to publish an edition with all local photos taken with a digital camera. 519 more words

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BlackBerry offers iPhone customers up to $600 to switch phones

BlackBerry Ltd.’s offer to pay iPhone users as much as $600 to switch to its Passport device could either be a strategy to boost sales — and in turn pique corporate interest in its mobile software — or is a reflection of tepid demand for the Waterloo, Ont-based company’s gadgets in North America, according to Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um.


Sonim XP 7 - Indestructible Smartphone Which Always Bounces Back

In the last few years, we have seen attempts from Samsung and Sony to build element proof smartphones. Even their flagships are now dust and water proof. 312 more words


How to enable Developer Options on your Android device

If you desire to take a bit more control of your Android device, but aren’t sure where to start, might we suggest looking at Android’s built-in ? 446 more words


Samsung's 'eye mouse' enables users to control their computer with a glance

Now in its second generation, Samsung’s EyeCan+ will help people with disabilities create documents and browse the Web using only eye movements.
Samsung has unveiled a new version of its so-called EyeCan+ eye mouse, a device that enables people with disabilities to use computers through eye movements. 314 more words