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    IT World Canada is the Canadian affiliate of International Data Group (IDG), the world’s largest IT information media provider. We’ve been creating conversations and building relationships with Canada’s technology professionals, business managers and executives for over twenty-five years by delivering timely, incisive information they can trust through a variety of digital publications, events and print brands.

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    1. Instagram's Hyperlapse app gives videos a time-lapse effect

      Explore IT news, technology analysis and how (Aug 26 2014)

      Instagram's Hyperlapse app gives videos a time-lapse effect

      Instagram on Tuesday released Hyperlapse, a stand-alone app that will let people record longer videos and then speed them up for a time-lapse effect. read more

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    2. Wednesday Dealmaster has a 21.5“ Dell monitor made for Web conferencing

      Explore Ars Technica (Aug 26 2014)

      Wednesday Dealmaster has a 21.5“ Dell monitor made for Web conferencing

      Greetings, Arsians! Our partners at LogicBuy are back with a ton of deal for the week. The top offer is a Dell 21.5" 1080p IPS monitor with an integrated webcam and speakers that are supposedly "optimized for Microsoft Lync." If you're big into Web conferencing, this is your perfect monitor. If not, well, there are more deals to dig through below.

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      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft

    3. Two Weeks Before Expected iPhone 6 Launch, Apple To Replace Faulty iPhone 5 Batteries

      Explore crn.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Two Weeks Before Expected iPhone 6 Launch, Apple To Replace Faulty iPhone 5 Batteries

      One Apple partner says the timing isn't great but the move to address the issue is what's key, as the company reveals plan to replace any defective iPhone 5 batteries.

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    4. Heartbleed Attacks Still Actively Targeting Vulnerable Servers, Says IBM

      Explore crn.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Heartbleed Attacks Still Actively Targeting Vulnerable Servers, Says IBM

      About 30 percent of servers remain open to the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability with about 7,000 attacks a day, according to IBM's X-Force threat intelligence report.

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      Comment Mentions:   IBM

    5. Flashback, the biggest Mac malware attack of all time. Is it still a threat?

      Explore Mac Antivirus & Security (Aug 26 2014)

      Flashback, the biggest Mac malware attack of all time. Is it still a threat?

      Should we still be fearful of Flashback and why might educational establishments be particularly troubled by the notorious Mac malware?

      Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.

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      Comment Mentions:   Adobe   Apple

    6. VARs Have Some Concerns As California Governor Signs Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law

      Explore crn.com (Aug 26 2014)

      VARs Have Some Concerns As California Governor Signs Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law

      New legislation now requires a mandatory 'kill switch' feature to be included on all smartphones sold in California beginning in July 2015, but solution providers say the devil's in the details.l drive up costs for devices and opens the window for government abuse.

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      Comment Mentions:   Google   Apple

    7. AppGames.com to Develop Exclusive Platform Just for App Games

      Explore Marketwired (Aug 26 2014)

      ROCKY HILL, CT--(Marketwired - Aug 26, 2014) - AppGames.com, Inc. is excited to announce it's launching a new platform just for App Games.

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    8. Instagram unveils new time-lapse app

      Explore BBC - Homepage (Aug 26 2014)

      Instagram unveils new time-lapse app

      Photo-sharing service Instagram launches a new time-lapse photography app called Hyperlapse.

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    9. Samsung’s collection of smartwatch apps reach 1,000

      Explore MobileSyrup.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Samsung’s collection of smartwatch apps reach 1,000

      Before Android Wear, before the G Watch, and before the Gear Live, there was the Galaxy Gear. The first version launched last year and was based on Android, but Samsung surprised everyone when it launched the Galaxy Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo based on its own Tizen OS. One of the biggest problems with the switch to Tizen was that the apps created for the original Galaxy Gear weren’t compatible.

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      Comment Mentions:   Google

    10. Report: First Android One devices hit India next month for $115-$165

      Explore Ars Technica (Aug 26 2014)

      Report: First Android One devices hit India next month for $115-$165
      Google's Android One slide from I/O 2014 (with edits).
      Google/Ron Amadeo

      The Economic Times is reporting that Android One, Google's initiative for "high-quality, affordable" smartphones, will be ready to launch in India "early next month." Android One was announced at Google I/O as a plan to work with OEMs in developing markets to build devices costing less than $100.

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      Comment Mentions:   Google

    11. Citrix Survey: Is DaaS The Next Big Thing?

      Explore crn.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Citrix Survey: Is DaaS The Next Big Thing?

      The Citrix Cloud Services Team surveyed its partners about the future of Desktop-as-a-Service. Here's what they said.

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    12. Canadian advertisers spent 62% more on mobile RTB in Q2: Smaato

      Explore Marketing Magazine (Aug 26 2014)

      Canadian advertisers spent 62% more on mobile RTB in Q2: Smaato

      Canada is the third-largest market represented on the Smaato Ad Exchange

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    13. Robotic brain 'learns' from internet

      Explore BBC - Homepage (Aug 26 2014)

      Robotic brain 'learns' from internet

      A super-intelligent robotic "brain" that can learn new skills by browsing millions of web pages has been developed by US researchers.

      (Read Full Article)

      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft   Google

    14. China says Microsoft hasn't been fully transparent in anti-monopoly probe

      Explore Computerworld (Aug 26 2014)

      China says Microsoft hasn't been fully transparent in anti-monopoly probe

      IDG News Service - Chinese authorities are claiming that Microsoft has yet to fully comply with the government's anti-monopoly investigation, and is demanding more information about its media player and Web browser distribution.

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      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft

    15. Is Sapphire Screen Why Foxconn's Second iPhone 6L Phablet Prototype Is Thicker?

      Explore forbes.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Is Sapphire Screen Why Foxconn's Second iPhone 6L Phablet Prototype Is Thicker?

      The possibility of two versions of the phablet means that for iPhone fans that need to be the first to have a sapphire screen, there may still be hope for 2014.

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      Comment Mentions:   Google   Apple