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Next-Generation iPhone Rumored to Adopt Thinner and Improved Front and Rear Cameras

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In a new research note, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports that Apple will be making significant improvements to both front and rear cameras on the next-generation iPhone, advances driven by a desire to decrease the thickness of the device and to improve compatibility with a new 16:9 display. According...
Next-Generation iPhone Rumored to Adopt Thinner and Improved Front and Rear Cameras
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iPad 2 gets bump to 32nm A5 processor, lasts longer

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Appleís cut-price iPad 2, which it continues to sell alongside its new iPad, has been given a boost with a shift to a new 32nm A5 processor from the original 45nm iteration. Although using fundamentally the same architecture, the die-shrunk version has been shown by Anandtech to draw less power...
iPad 2 gets bump to 32nm A5 processor, lasts longer

Review: Samsung Galaxy S III for US carriers

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Samsung ended 2011 with the Galaxy Nexus launch, shipping the flagship Android smartphone just in time for holiday shoppers. The Korean handset maker has kept up its fast-pace product cycle by upstaging the Galaxy Nexus in just six months with the Galaxy S III, which brings significant improvements over its...
Review: Samsung Galaxy S III for US carriers

Foursquare Checks Out Of The iTunes App Store

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Foursquare’s iPhone app has been withdrawn from iTunes app store. Foursquare, the mobile service which brings together social city-guides and location-based gaming is normally available for iPhone, Blackberry, PalmPre and Android devices.  However, its iPhone app, originally launched in 2009, has disappeared from iTunes store, leaving many users unable to...
Foursquare Checks Out Of The iTunes App Store

Apple manufacturer Foxconn improves on Chinese workers' hours and safety

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Facing mounting criticism, factories have made significant changes, but bigger steps are ahead for electronics supplierFoxconn, Apple's top manufacturer, has improved safety conditions and cut working hours in an effort to resolve violations at its plants that triggered a global scandal for the iPad and iPhone maker.The Taiwanese company submitted...
Apple manufacturer Foxconn improves on Chinese workers' hours and safety

Next iPhone rumored to have thinner, better cameras

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KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple will make significant improvements to both the front and rear cameras on the next iPhone release. These advances are forced by the rumored decreased thickness of the device, and the desire to take full advantage of the alleged new 16:9 Retina Display...
Next iPhone rumored to have thinner, better cameras
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Intel CEO: Microsoft's Windows 8 faces an 'adoption curve'

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What’s going on with Windows 8, anyway? That was the gist of a question posed to Intel CEO Paul Otellini during the chipmaker’s earnings conference call yesterday. In short, Otellini said he’s a fan — and a user — of the new Microsoft operating system, but he acknowledged that it faces...
Intel CEO: Microsoft's Windows 8 faces an 'adoption curve'
Nokia Lumia 800 update starts rolling out today with "significant" battery life improvement
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The One Yahoo Patent That Facebook Can’t Claim Is Too Vague To Enforce

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Most of the patents that Yahoo is suing Facebook over are for vague concepts that underly a wide variety of web services, but one is for a much more specific protocol that Facebook definitely employs: seamless communication between email and instant messaging users. If the other patents are ruled invalid for being too broad to...
The One Yahoo Patent That Facebook Can’t Claim Is Too Vague To Enforce
Microsoft's Bing News adds trending topics and related individuals, expands articles index from weeks to years

Intel's Next-Gen Thunderbolt Will Leave USB in the Dust

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By 2014, USB 3.0 will see its data-transfer speed of 5 gigabits per second increased to 10Gbps. And even then, it will still be just half as fast as Intel’s Thunderbolt standard. Intel said Monday that the next-generation version of Thunderbolt will support bidirectional data transfers of up to 20Gbps...
Intel's Next-Gen Thunderbolt Will Leave USB in the Dust

Disrupt Alum Vocre Makes Its Voice-Translation App Free

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Vocre was one of the more popular battlefield companies at Disrupt SF 2011; the automagical quality of the app and their excellent on-stage presentation made them one of the frontrunners. They haven’t been idle since then, though, and they’ve taken the advice of some critics who suggested their pay-per-use model...
Disrupt Alum Vocre Makes Its Voice-Translation App Free

Kaazing Pushes Web Sockets to Make Browsers Real Time

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Despite significant improvements to the responsiveness of web applications over the last few years, they remain hampered by the fact that web browsers can only communicate with servers over HTTP. “It’s as if everyone’s using fancy phones, but they’re still using ham radio to communicate with the server, where you...
Kaazing Pushes Web Sockets to Make Browsers Real Time
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Why Apple Should Buy Adobe

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The rumors of Adobe being bought by Apple come up every so often. Apple could easily afford such a purchase and the results would be interesting. I would love to see Adobe restructured by a company like Apple. Adobe has many applications that are the gold standard but it...
Why Apple Should Buy Adobe
Firefox for Android hands-on: Vastly better than Android’s default browser but weaknesses remain

Greenpeace Takes on Apple and Other Tech Companies over Coal-Powered Data Centers

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Activist group Greenpeace today issued a new report entitled How Clean is Your Cloud?, targeting major Internet companies including Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft over their heavy use of coal-derived power for their massive data centers.Given the energy-intensive nature of maintaining the cloud, access to significant amounts of electricity is a...
Greenpeace Takes on Apple and Other Tech Companies over Coal-Powered Data Centers

Need A New Name For Your Website? Why Not NameStation?

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You’ve dropped out of college, met a dude who is totally into PHP, and you’re ready to build a startup. Where do you begin? With a name, silly! That’s where NameStation.com comes in. It’s basically a naming tool for creators and creatives who need to build a bunch of odd...
Need A New Name For Your Website? Why Not NameStation?
GlobalFoundries hits 32nm milestone, but AMD’s still refusing to commit to 28nm production
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RIM Rolls PlayBook 2.1 Update, Improves BlackBerry Bridge, Data Security, And Android App Support

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RIM is not done with the PlayBook. The company just announced a major update for its tablet. The software update will be available later today for the WiFi PlayBook and brings a host of significant improvements. With this update the tablet now sports SMS capabilities through BlackBerry Bridge, data encryption...
RIM Rolls PlayBook 2.1 Update, Improves BlackBerry Bridge, Data Security, And Android App Support
Google upgrades Android emulator with better performance and hardware support

Apple was warned that its Maps app was awful ahead of launch, but dumped it on users anyway

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The Maps app in Apple’s (AAPL) latest version of iOS 6 is pretty terrible. We all know this. In an interesting turn of events, however, it looks like a number of developers told Apple back in June that its new mapping solution was awful, but the company decided to...
Apple was warned that its Maps app was awful ahead of launch, but dumped it on users anyway

Upcoming Firefox update to fix add-on bloat, reduce memory consumption by up to four times

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One of the most common complaints when it comes to Firefox is that the browser is, self admittedly, quite the memory hog, and using leaky add-ons only makes it all that much worse. An announcement by Mozilla programmer, Nicholas Nethercote, points to improvements which have resulted in a majority of...
Upcoming Firefox update to fix add-on bloat, reduce memory consumption by up to four times

Intel Launches Haswell Processors Ahead of WWDC Mac Updates

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Intel today officially announced the launch of its latest family of Core processors, formerly known as "Haswell". The new processors are making their way into a number of new computers, and are expected to be included in Apple's next-generation Macs, some of which are likely to make their debuts at...
Intel Launches Haswell Processors Ahead of WWDC Mac Updates
Panasonic GF6 brings NFC and Wi-Fi to Micro Four Thirds lineup
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