Live Google Glass broadcasting is the next big thing for sporting events

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CrowdOptic, a maker of crowd-powered mobile and wearable applications as seen at popular sporting events, today announced it has received funding to ramp up sales and marketing of its software, which curates and broadcasts live streaming video from Google Glass and other smart devices to stadium scoreboards, fan mobile devices and live TV. Find Wearable […]

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Cutting the cord with the netTalk Duo Wifi

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Back in August our Tech News team posted some information on the netTalk Duo and now that I have had time to use it a bit here is my review. The fact that I am not using a telephone company like Telus to run my telephone seems a bit odd to me. We did post […]

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Texting and walking can be hazardous: 1 in 5 students crosses the street while distracted by #tech

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We all know that texting and walking can be hazardous to our health but did you know that 1 in 5 high schoolers crosses the street while engaged with a gadget or tech device? According to a new research report released today by Safe Kids Worldwide titled, “Teens and Distraction: An In-Depth Look at Teens’ […]

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AVG Releases Women + Tech Survey: Face-to-Face or Facebook?

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AVG released an interesting survey in May of 2013 on the extent to which women are using technology to manage their love lives. In an increasingly digital world, today’s ultra connected women have never been more emotionally detached. So say the findings of the latest global study by AVG Technologies N.V. (NYSE: AVG), the provider […]

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Facebook Rehab Bestseller “Forty Days Off Facebook” Hits #1 on Amazon

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If you’ve been thinking about disconnecting from the social media behemoth Facebook you should take a look at the Facebook rehab bestseller “Forty Days Off Facebook”.  This book recently hit #1 on Amazon and is a great resource for anyone wishing to distance themselves from what can become a connecting yet isolating technology. Ryan Beale […]