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  • A wallet on your phone

     A wallet on your phone
    Name: CardNinja What it is: A slender card and cash pocket that holds as many as eight credit cards and attaches like a sticker to the back of almost any cellphone. Designed to replace your wallet when you just need to tote a few credit cards and cash,...
  • Apple loyalists line up to buy newest iPhones

    Apple loyalists line up to buy newest iPhones
    SAN FRANCISCO — In what has become an annual ritual of the digital age, thousands of exuberant loyalists lined up outside Apple stores around the world to be among the first to buy the company's new iPhones. The atmosphere in the lines ranged from...
  • BlackBerry in deal to go private

    BlackBerry in deal to go private
    In a last-ditch effort to salvage its business, BlackBerry has struck a tentative deal to be bought by a Canadian insurance company for $4.7 billion. An agreement is not complete and other bids could emerge, but already analysts are saying that the...
  • How to get 10 extra gigabytes of free cloud storage on Google Drive

    How to get 10 extra gigabytes of free cloud storage on Google Drive
    Need more storage space on Google Drive? Google is offering users an additional 10 gigabytes of free cloud storage for the next two years if they download and try the company's Quickoffice app, which recently received a major update and is now available...
  • Opportunities, risks seen with dermatology apps

    Opportunities, risks seen with dermatology apps
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mobile dermatology applications may help people learn about UV rays or keep tabs on their moles, but they are not a substitute for seeing a doctor, researchers said Wednesday. They searched online stores and found over 200...
  • T-Mobile will no longer carry BlackBerry smartphones in its stores

    It's getting only tougher for struggling BlackBerry as T-Mobile, one of the top U.S. carriers, said it will no longer sell the Canadian smartphones in its stores. The only customers who are still interested in purchasing BlackBerry are business...
  • Google goes old school to celebrate 15th birthday

    Google goes old school to celebrate 15th birthday
    To celebrate its 15th anniversary, Google is letting users time travel and see what the search engine website looked like when it launched. When users go to Google.com and search for "Google in 1998" the website transforms from its modern 2013 design to...
  • iOS 7 zoom animation causing some Apple users motion sickness

    A number of Apple users have taken to the company's forum to complain that a new animation feature in iOS 7 is making them nauseated. When users unlock their device or when they tap to go in or out of an app in iOS 7, the operating system animates the...
  • Glendale city officials may drop BlackBerry phones

    Glendale city officials are considering tossing out the remaining employee BlackBerry phonesdue to the Canadian company's financial struggles. While some employees have Android phones, there are still 130 Blackberry devices in use. “Their...
  • Obama says he can't use iPhone due to security, must use BlackBerry

    Obama says he can't use iPhone due to security, must use BlackBerry
    No amount of hope or change can set President Obama up with an iPhone. The leader of the free world said he is not allowed to use the popular Apple device due to security reasons, according to Reuters. Obama revealed the limitation of his job at a...
  • Instagram event invite: Printed photos, private messaging coming?

    Instagram event invite: Printed photos, private messaging coming?
    Instagram has sent out media invitations for an event next week in New York City. The Facebook-owned social network sent the invitations via FedEx, rather than through email as is customary with tech companies, according to CNET. Instagram opted for...