Curation Monday – September 23, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web The big event in tech last week was Apple’s release of the iPhone 5S, 5C and iOS7. If you`re thinking the hype for new iPhone models has dwindled, you’d be wrong. They’re still lining up on the first day a new iPhone is released, all around the world. … Continued

Curation Monday – September 16, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web The Apple announcement for the new iPhone was a bit of a non-event, but if you’re wondering about all the new features of the iPhone, here’s a parody to tell you about them. Via @youtube It’s been a long time coming – Twitter is on the way to going public. Via … Continued

Curation Monday – September 9, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web Android users know that the various versions of Android often have fun, food-related names such as jelly bean, honeycomb and ice cream sandwich. Here are a few names that didn’t quite make the cut. Via @mashable No real news here – social media usage up substantially over the … Continued

Curation Monday – August 26, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web Introducing Internet.org, a new initiative aimed at bringing the benefits of internet access to all the good girls and boys on the planet through collaboration within the tech industry. Via @thenextweb.  And then there’s Google’s Project Loon – experimenting with balloons to bring internet access to remote areas of … Continued

Curation Monday – August 19, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web It’s Monday.  Sometimes, it’s hard to get motivated. Here are some images that may describe how you feel. Via @mashable Attention all Doctor Who fans – In a street view image of a seemingly innocent police box, Google Maps has placed an “Easter egg” that lets you explore inside … Continued

Curation Monday – August 12, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web Because he can! There’s a gentleman in New Zealand who is 3D-printing a full-scale car using a desktop 3D printer. Quite the project. Via @canoe Internet security threats are real, and you need to protect yourself. Here are 8 of the best free tools for internet security according … Continued

Curation Monday – July 29, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web Pinterest isn’t mentioned in the news nearly as often as other social platforms, but it is growing, and growing quickly. It has more active users than most of the other popular social media platforms. This article lists some facts that will make you care about Pinterest. Via @RWW … Continued

Curation Monday – July 22, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web Are you considering the acquistion of a wearable activity tracker in the near future? You know, those high tech bracelet-like thingys (such as the Nike+ FuelBand or the Jawbone Up) that help monitor all your daily activity? Here’s a comparison of several of these gadgets. Via @LaurenGoode on … Continued

Curation Monday – July 15, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web For Harry Potter fans – you can now virtually visit Diagon Alley through Google’s Street View. Via @canoe Social media can save lives. Johnson & Johnson, along with (RED)™ are effectively running a social media campaign to raise money and awareness on helping to end mother-to-baby transmission of … Continued

Curation Monday – July 8, 2013

Tech-based news bites from across the web Freebies!  Not an extensive lot, or easy to find, but the Apple App Store is offering a few premium iOS apps for free. No official details yet, but this could be related to the App Store’s upcoming 5th anniversary.  Via @engadget Online security is very important – and … Continued