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Microsoft introduces ‘Eye Control’ for Windows 10 to help those with disabilities

With Eye Control, Microsoft aims to help users with disabilities to operate an on-screen mouse, keyboard, and text-to-speech experience with their eyes. It is now in beta in what is now the ninth

Published on: August 4th, 2017 Alex Radu

LG invests $13.5 billion in OLED to take on Samsung

LG Display is taking on Samsung in the OLED market with its plan to invest roughly $13.5 billion in OLED production across its smartphone and TV products over the next three years. The

Published on: August 4th, 2017 Alex Radu

Hyperloop One succeeds in executing technology’s first-ever autonomous test run

A Los Angeles-based startup that aims to make Elon Musk's vacuum-based mass transit dream a reality has completed the first-ever autonomous test run of a hyperloop system. This week Hyperloop One announced the

Published on: August 3rd, 2017 Eric Emin Wood

Hashtag Trending: Aug. 3, 2017 – Shopify’s new hardware, Apple beats estimates

Shopify’s new products are for in-person sales, Apple’s got a ton of cash, and a cable TV crackdown. Trending on Product Hunt is Shopify’s new Chip and Swipe Reader. It’s a wireless device

Published on: August 3rd, 2017 Brian Jackson

Check out Dell’s special edition Precision products for the line’s 20th anniversary

Dell Inc. has certainly prepared for the 20th anniversary of its Precision product line, announcing a special edition laptop alongside the next line of its Precision Towers and Precision Rack. The insides of

Published on: August 2nd, 2017 Alex Radu

HP’s latest POS highlights security in retail and hospitality

HP Inc. aims to help retailers bring their in-store technology up to a modern standard with its new point-of-sale (POS) system, ElitePOS. The ElitePOS is packed with Windows 10, DDR4 memory, and 7th

Published on: August 2nd, 2017 Alex Radu

Hashtag Trending: Aug. 2 – Car2Go perks, and iOS 11 breaks stuff

It’s “the best or nothing” for Calgary Car2Go members, an infamous website operator gets a legal break, and iOS 11 might break some apps. Popular on Google Trends, Car2Go is rewarding its 110,000

Published on: August 2nd, 2017 Brian Jackson

Hashtag Trending: Aug. 1 – Apple loses in court, Game of Thrones hacked

Apple loses a court decision, full metal printing, and Game of Thrones gets hacked. Listen now: It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending. It’s Tuesday, August 1,.

Published on: August 1st, 2017 Brian Jackson

Introducing Hashtag Trending – Your daily dose of tech stories everyone’s talking about

We’re here to announce our new podcast, Hashtag Trending. Every day, we’ll tell you the trending technology topics from all the most popular websites. That includes Google, Reddit, Twitter, Facebook, SnapChat and more.

Published on: July 31st, 2017 Brian Jackson

MLB and Google team up for virtual reality video series

Virtual reality (VR) is one of the hottest tech topics today, and its popularity has reached Major League Baseball. MLB and Google have launched an original VR video series that gives fans an up-close and

Published on: July 31st, 2017 Mandy Kovacs

AI-based translator could let us talk to our pets within the next 10 years, Amazon says

What do you think your cat is saying when it meows by your door at 4 AM? What is your dog trying to tell you when it runs in circles barking after the

Published on: July 28th, 2017 Mandy Kovacs

Seniors most likely to benefit from digital health technologies, but least likely to adopt it

With the number of seniors officially surpassing the number of children in Canada according to the 2016 census, the healthcare industry is bracing itself for what’s being dubbed as the “silver tsunami.” And

Published on: July 27th, 2017 Mandy Kovacs

Adobe kills the Flash

Wait, not that Flash. Adobe Systems has announced that it is finally putting an end to Flash Player, its multimedia software plugin. Specifically, the company will stop updating and distributing it at the

Published on: July 26th, 2017 Mandy Kovacs

Who needs human workers at airports anymore? Not South Korea

In order to prepare for the PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games next year in South Korea, LG is testing two different robots in the country's largest airport, Seoul's Incheon International Airport. The Airport Guide

Published on: July 21st, 2017 Alex Radu

Sports streaming service will make watching NFL games easier in Canada

While having an entire league of their own, it’s no secret that Canadians also love their American football. As a result, sports streaming service DAZN (pronounced “Da Zone”) has announced it will be

Published on: July 20th, 2017 Mandy Kovacs