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Explainer: What is big data?
The Conversation
Big data, as the name implies, relates to very large sets of data collected through free or commercial services on the Internet. This massive amount of data arises from sensors, posts to social networking sites, digital images, videos posted online, transaction records of online purchases, and from mobile phone GPS signals to name a few.
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Internet-connected home appliances called security threat
Toronto Star
Don't look now, but your new fridge may be spying on you. Your fancy Internet-connected coffee maker looks a little suspicious too. A Queen's University professor isn't surprised to hear of a new U.S. report which tells of a massive cyberattack of "smart" household devices. "Nobody's going to know if the fridge is quietly communicating with the Internet in the middle of the night," David Skillicorn said in an interview.
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Asking the crowd can help cut the costs of your trip
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If you're scrambling for a last-minute winter escape, there's no need to rely on traditional guidebooks or spend hours perusing the Internet. More and more websites are springing up to help people figure out their travel options. They can save you time and money planning your trip. One popular model culls tips from like-minded travelers through social media connections. Another gathers pointers from travel experts.
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Pope Francis hails the Internet as 'a gift from God'
CBC News
Much has been written about the internet's dark side in recent months, from reports of government spying and mass cyber attacks to the ever-looming threat of net neutrality's extinguishment. But Pope Francis doesn't see the web as something to be feared, hated or rejected. In his eyes, the internet is "something truly good" — a "gift from god."
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Explainer: What is big data?
The Conversation
Big data, as the name implies, relates to very large sets of data collected through free or commercial services on the Internet. This massive amount of data arises from sensors, posts to social networking sites, digital images, videos posted online, transaction records of online purchases, and from mobile phone GPS signals to name a few.

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Try these alternatives for your landline phone service to save money
Calgary Herald
Landline phone service has been supplanted to some degree by cell phones, but there are some other alternatives that use VoIP (Voice over IP) to offer you a home phone with all the frills at a fraction of the cost of what a traditional vendor charges.

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IBM to spend $1.2 billion to expand cloud services
Reuters Canada
IBM said it will invest more than $1.2 billion to build up to 15 new data centers across five continents to expand its cloud services and reach new clients and markets. The new cloud centers will be in Washington D.C., Mexico City, Dallas, China, Hong Kong, London, Japan, India and Canada, with plans to expand in the Middle East and Africa in 2015.

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Where did China's web traffic really go?
Bloomberg Business Week
An Internet outage in China that briefly knocked most of the country offline this week has sparked a hunt for answers. The sleuthing has even led to the American heartland, generating headlines that said most of China's Internet traffic ended up at a house in Cheyenne, Wyo. Were it only that simple. In five questions, we try to clear the air.
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Social media: Has your addiction gone too far?
Huffington Post
Twitter. Facebook. Tumblr. Instagram. In the past few years, social media has absolutely blown up, creating countless opportunities for people to communicate, without actually meeting face-to-face. Though it certainly has its benefits — Skyping with loved ones, connected with long lost friends — social media has rapidly taken over many people's social lives, impacting their self-esteem, social skills and emotional health.
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Ooma Office a business phone for the 'little guy'
Calgary Herald
It's no secret that Canada's private sector has a large number of small businesses, and fully-featured PBX (Private Branch Exchange) phone services have traditionally been too expensive for most of them. Ooma is looking to change that with its new Office VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) product and service aimed specifically at businesses with one to 10 employees.
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