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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. Apple releases OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2 to testers

      Explore Ars Technica (Aug 21 2014)

      Apple releases OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2 to testers
      Beta users will also get a new build of iTunes 12.
      Andrew Cunningham

      Apple has just released the first update to the OS X Yosemite Public Beta, about a month after the first beta shipped. If you skipped the first beta but would like to give this one a try, Apple's sign-up page still appears to be accepting new testers (the company said that it would close the program down after the first million sign-ups, a number that apparently hasn't been hit yet).

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    2. FDA approves tech that turns smartphone into stroke warning system

      Explore Computerworld (Aug 21 2014)

      FDA approves tech that turns smartphone into stroke warning system

      The FDA today approved an algorithm that allows a special iPhone case to record the heart's rhythm and detect abnormalities associated with strokes or other heart-related problems.

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    3. Sprint drops second shoe: $60 unlimited voice, text, data plan

      Explore Computerworld (Aug 21 2014)

      Sprint drops second shoe: $60 unlimited voice, text, data plan

      Sprint on Thursday announced a $60-per-month unlimited talk, text and data plan -- its second price cut in four days -- that's designed to undercut competitors.

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    4. LG announces two new ‘L’ smartphones for young people and emerging markets

      Explore MobileSyrup.com (Aug 21 2014)

      LG announces two new ‘L’ smartphones for young people and emerging markets

      LG recently announced plans to bring the G3 UX to all of its mid-range and high-end smartphones released in the second half of this year. Just a few days on from that announcement, the company is announcing two new mid-range smartphones as part of its L series of budget phones. The last L-series phones we saw were the L40, L70 and L90 back in February.

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    5. Square Announces Analytics Tools For Merchants (Kyle Russell/TechCrunch)

      Explore Techmeme (Aug 21 2014)

      Kyle Russell / TechCrunch: Square Announces Analytics Tools For Merchants  —  With competition in mobile payments heating up, Square continues to expand its offerings for small businesses to other areas where local merchants are missing out compared to big retailers and franchises.  —  Today the company …

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    6. Macheen Enables Easter Seals to Deploy Secure Mobile Workforce Application

      Explore Marketwired (Aug 21 2014)

      Outbound Workforce Equipped With Secure Mobile Access to Electronic Medical Records and Workflow

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    7. You can soon start your Tesla Model S with an iPhone

      Explore MobileSyrup.com (Aug 21 2014)

      A screenshot of Telsa’s upcoming v6.0 firmware release shows new capabilities for iPhone users, including the ability to start their Tesla without a keyfob by using the Tesla Mobile app. It’s uncertain exactly how the feature will work, but speculation persists that the feature will require a Touch ID-enabled iPhone, and iOS 8, which is coming in September.

      Source9to5Mac
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    8. Tête-à-Tête: What are the worst tech ads of all time?

      Explore MobileSyrup.com (Aug 21 2014)

      Tête-à-Tête: What are the worst tech ads of all time?

      Welcome to Tête-à-Tête, a series where two of our writers converse on interesting topics in the mobile landscape — through chat. Think of it as a podcast for readers.

      This week, Douglas and Daniel chat about the difficult of advertising tech products to suspicious and often critical consumers.

      Douglas Soltys: Daniel, you handsome rogue, I want to talk about advertising. Wait, don’t run away! This will be fun.

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      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft

    9. Cellcontrol Announces Public Demos of Its Distracted Driving Technology DriveID at the Great American Trucking Show

      Explore Marketwired (Aug 21 2014)

      Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers Are 23.2 Times Greater to Be Involved in a Safety Critical Event When Texting and Driving

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      Comment Mentions:   operating systems

    10. XBOSoft Launches New Company Website

      Explore Marketwired (Aug 21 2014)

      SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 21, 2014) - Software testing and quality control firm, XBOSoft, announced today that they have launched a new, revamped company website. A spokesperson for the San Francisco based company said that the improvements, especially in the areas of design and functionality, now make the new website more seamless and on-brand.

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    11. What Depression Quest taught me about dealing with mental illness

      Explore Ars Technica (Aug 21 2014)

      What Depression Quest taught me about dealing with mental illness
      The actual game has a lot more text than this screenshot implies.

      I've been thinking about depression a lot in the past week or so. The catalyst, as you might expect, was Robin Williams' unexpected death by suicide and the subsequent reports that the famous comedian and actor suffered from severe bouts of depression.

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    12. The Richest Of The Rich: Bloomberg's Top 10 Tech Billionaires

      Explore crn.com (Aug 21 2014)

      The Richest Of The Rich: Bloomberg's Top 10 Tech Billionaires

      Who are the wealthiest of the wealthy in the tech industry? Bloomberg's list of the richest tech billionaires provides the answer.

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      Comment Mentions:   Google

    13. IBM's Tami Duncan: BYOD 'May Go Away'

      Explore crn.com (Aug 21 2014)

      IBM's Tami Duncan: BYOD 'May Go Away'

      IBM's channel chief, Tami Duncan, talks with CRN about the Apple-IBM partnership. Duncan also discusses IBM's evolving partner program.

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      Comment Mentions:   IBM   Apple

    14. AccuWeather for Windows Phone now includes MinuteCast

      Explore MobileSyrup.com (Aug 21 2014)

      AccuWeather today rolled out an update for Windows Phone users that adds MinuteCast functionality to the app. MinuteCast is the minute by minute forecast solution that AccuWeather acquitted along with Sky Motion last year.

      An updated version of AccuWeather with MinuteCast hit iPhones in Febraury and Android devices in June. Now Windows Phone users will also get two-hour precipitation forecasts broken down by minute and hyper-localized to their exact street address.

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    15. Wireless security for mobile apps

      Explore SP&T News (Aug 21 2014)

      Wireless security for mobile apps

      Fluidmesh Networks announces the release of its FM4200 MOBI. Designed specifically for mobility projects, the FM4200 MOBI radio is based on Fluidity, a Fluidmesh technology that offers broadband connectivity and&

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      Comment Mentions:   Wi-Fi