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Thursday
Jul272017

McDonald's to offer limited Boomboxes made out of recycleable drink trays

McDonald’s partnered with Stacklab and the University of Waterloo to engineer its drink tray into a McDonald’s Boombox. It was scientifically engineered and lab tested for a design that effectively doubles the phone’s built-in maximum volume and achieves a maximum decibel level of 70.4 dB (roughly the same volume as a vacuum cleaner). 

The very limited Boomboxes will be distributed tomorrow, June 28 from 2-7PM along with free McFlurry desserts from their McFlurry Trucks in Woodbine Beach.

Thursday
Jul272017

RISK FACTOR documentary and RISK NAVIGATOR app helps us better understand and assess situations

Everything we do comes with an element of risk. From daily actitivities to travel to sports to what we eat and what we're exposed to these risks may or may not pose threats. RISK FACTOR is a thought-provoking documentary by the award winning filmmaker Robert Lang that is set to air on August 2nd on TVO. The documentary is part of the national RISK FACTOR initiative that promotes the ability to better identify, assess and respond to risk. The initiative also includes a free mobile app, RISK NAVIGATOR, that is available on iTunes and Google Play. 

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Thursday
Jul272017

Apple discontinuing iPod shuffle and nano models

Apple has announced it is discontinuing its remaining non-internet capable iPod models after ceasing production of the iPod Classic some time ago. The iPod nano and iPod Shuffle models, which haven't been updated in a long time now, are officially being shelved for good.

"Today, we are simplifying our iPod lineup with two models of iPod touch now with double the capacity starting at just $199," Apple said in a statement. "And, we are discontinuing the iPod shuffle and iPod nano."

With the growth of streaming music services, including Apple's own Apple Music, fewer consumers are buying new music to carry on devices like the iPod shuffle and nano, which rely mostly on iTunes, Apple's long in the tooth music app that could use a huge revamp. The move signifies the near end of the iPod line of standalone music players leaving the iPod Touch, basically a budget iPhone without the phone, as the standalone music-focused device. The Apple Watch, which has 4GB of storage, is also capable of playing back stored music.

Source:AppleInsider

Thursday
Jul272017

All-black BlackBerry KEYone variant leaks

While many like the classic two-tone styling of the BlackBerry KEYOne, it looks like an all-black variant is on the way as evidenced by a leaked photo from Chinese BlackBerry site BerryLink. BlackBerry has always had some interesting and attractive colour combinations. Seeing how popular the KEYone is, it makes sense to have it available in various colours or, in this case, the absence of any colour. Are you feeling the look of this tactical KEYone?

Source: 9to5Google.com