Tech

News about computers, smartphones, gadgets, apps, the Internet and the tech industry.

Patrick Donges / WJCT

A new internet bug is affecting 60 percent of secure websites. Luckily, the Deemable Tech guys are on the case.

Apple

There is a brand new state of the art entertainment system for your car with your iPhone at it's core.

With digital cameras and camera phones everywhere, there are few moments we don't document. But some designers still think we're missing the opportunity to capture some important, simple moments. The solution: the Narrative Clip, a wearable camera that automatically and silently snaps an image every 30 seconds.

Facebook

Facebook is celebrating a decade online, and simultaneously launching a new app.

Sebastian Stabinger / Wikimedia Commons

A virtual reality headset that had people talking at the recent International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas could be coming to your living room next year.

The Factory / Facebook

Along with tremendous growth in downtown Jacksonville’s start-up community, the First Coast is becoming a hub for tech incubators who recognize the necessities of living in an app-based world.

Laura Poitras / Praxis Films

From the NSA to Google Glass, PlayStation 4 and iOS7 — what were the biggest tech stories of the year?

Commuters and concertgoers on the First Coast have two new free sources of information available on their smartphones.

On Thursday the St. Augustine Amplitheatre announced the release of a new app available on both Apple devices and Android phones.  

The app, developed and donated by New York City-based NY App Sales LLC to St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, provides info including venue events listings, links to direct ticketing and music from artists performing at the amplitheatre.

There are no physical signs you've entered the National Radio Quiet Zone, a 13,000-square-mile area that covers the eastern half of West Virginia. But the silence gives you a signal. Somewhere around the Virginia-West Virginia state line, the periodic buzzes and pings of our smartphones stopped.

"Zero [service]. Searching," said photographer John Poole, who traveled with me to the zone.

Sales of its new iPhone 5s and 5c models have surpassed other iPhone releases and exceeded initial supply, Apple says. The company says it has sold 9 million of the phones since their launch on Friday and that "many online orders" will ship in coming weeks.

"This is our best iPhone launch yet — more than nine million new iPhones sold — a new record for first weekend sales," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a Monday press release. He added that "while we've sold out of our initial supply of iPhone 5s, stores continue to receive new iPhone shipments regularly."

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