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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

iCloud Targeted In Phishing Attacks
Apple reported being aware of intermittent organized network attacks using insecure certificates to obtain user information. These attacks don't compromise iCloud servers, and they don't impact iCloud sign in on iOS devices or Macs running OS X Yosemite using the Safari browser. Their security bulletin includes tips for identifying legitimate security certificates. More

18 Google Maps Tricks You Need to Try
Regardless of how you feel about it, Google Maps (and its cousin Google Earth) remain powerful and versatile tools—and most of us are only scratching at the surface of what they have to offer. Here, we present 18 cool things you didn't know Google Maps could do. Click on through and experience just a little bit of the power of the everyday. More -- Evan Dashevsky, PCMag.com


A Hearing Aid for the Rock N Roll Generation
You're going to be hearing a lot more about PSAPs -- personal sound amplification products this year. Research shows that more people have hearing problems than you'd think, but they want low cost, customizable, over-the-counter solutions. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times


HMMM... "Can anyone ever answer the phone with a truthful 'yes' to 'Are you still sleeping?'"

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Google debuts Android L, issues first mobile devices for OS
Google on Wednesday revealed the first devices that will run on its Android L (Lollipop) operating system: the Motorola Mobility-built Nexus 6 "phablet," the Nexus 9 tablet from HTC and a set-top box from Asus. Android L will power TVs, set-tops and home entertainment systems, as well as mobile devices. Google is pricing the 6-inch phone at $649 and the 9-inch tablet at $399. The top U.S. carriers will sell the devices -- the first time AT&T will offer a Nexus product. More -- Venture Beat


Microsoft smartwatch reportedly on its way
Microsoft appears to be weeks away from entering the wearables market, a Forbes report states. The tech company's smartwatch is said to be compatible with a number of mobile platforms and will offer basic health monitoring and more than two days of battery life. More -- Forbes

Best Buy launches Intel Technology Experience zones
Best Buy this week opened its first Intel Technology Experience zone at a store in Portland, Ore., and plans to unveil the 240-square-foot showcases in 49 more outlets this month. "The normal consumer can't get to the Consumer Electronics Show to see the latest cutting-edge technology," says Best Buy spokesman Jeff Haydock. "This gives you a sense of what is possible with this kind of technology." More -- Star Tribune


HMMM... "All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Google rolls out $99 Nexus Player for gaming, streaming
Google has introduced the Nexus Player, a set-top box for gaming and streaming that also runs Android applications. Priced at $99, the gadget is made by Asus and features a quad-core Atom processor from Intel. A controller for playing games is an additional $39. More -- Engadget

13% of U.S. broadband homes have smart-home devices, report finds
Roughly 13% of U.S. homes with broadband service own a connected device and 20% of households are expected to purchase one or more devices within the next 12 months, says a Parks Associates report from the Consumer Electronics Association. A majority of respondents said they want connected devices so they can spend more time with their families. More -- Telecompetitor.com

Microsoft plans November Xbox One update
Microsoft next month will give the Xbox One console several new features, including a guide for discovering new television shows. The console's OneGuide will allow users to watch live TV shows while also seeing what people are tweeting about those shows. The November update also will let users customize the Xbox One background, Microsoft said. More -- CNET


HMMM... "Did you ever notice that when you blow in a dog's face, he gets mad at you, but when you take him on a car ride, he sticks his head out the window?"

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High Tech Halloween …
It’s time to scare or be scared  and there’s lots of scary fun to be had online.  Visit a virtual haunted house like Halloween is Here,
Frightbytes or The Cromwell Mansion which lets you click your way through the haunted house complete with sound effects, spiders and ghosts. Find local Haunted Houses to visit in your neighborhood by checking HauntedHouse.com or Haunted Houses Online to find local Haunted Houses, Pumpkin Patches and other halloween festivities. Other than haunted houses online, you can look up scary videos and pop ups that will surely satisfy your need to scare or be scared.There are a few available at scary for kids and Maniac World. There are plenty of Halloween games available online as well. Check out a few from Nickelodeon or the Kidz Page and take a visit to Monster High for more. There’s also plenty of food and decorating help thanks to ParentingDelish, Good Housekeeping and more. Wishing all of our Friends more treats than tricks and be sure to share with us your favorite Halloween tech and maybe we’ll share it "Into Tomorrow"!

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