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    NBC, Time Warner Willing to Ditch iPad for Flash

    NBC, Time Warner Willing to Ditch iPad for Flash
    Apple has had a pretty good week. They've become the most valuable tech company with their $221.1 billion market cap that beat Microsoft's $219.2 billion, and Apple shares closed down $1.17 to $244.05 while Microsoft's fell $1.06 to $25.01. What Apple CEO Steve Jobs might not be so happy about is the tough audience of some media firms he faced in Hollywood who ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Kin Phone Failure Weighing Heavily on Microsoft

    Kin Phone Failure Weighing Heavily on Microsoft
    Remember when the Zune phone was a hot news topic?  Those days are long gone.  Even as Windows Mobile 6.5 plunges in marketshare and Microsoft hurries to finish its replacement in time for the holidays, it's trying to come to grips with the loss of its first mobile phone hardware project - Kin.A summary article of the Kin debacle over at Mini-Microsoft, a blog site that follows Microsoft closely, had ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Jobs Addresses iPhone "Antennagate"

    Jobs Addresses iPhone "Antennagate"
    Today at Apple's 1 p.m. EST, 10 a.m. PST press conference, Apple finally formally addressed the iPhone 4's faulty antenna, which its engineers reportedly warned it about last year, but it ignored.  Despite reports claiming that it might initiate a recall, Apple took a hard line, with most of its presentation boiling down to one word - denial.  But to Apple's ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Apple and Others May Increase Prices as Wages in China Rise

    Apple and Others May Increase Prices as Wages in China Rise
    According to  The New York Times, increases in the labor costs of manufacturing in China may lead to price increases in the U.S. and abroad.The issue of Chinese workers' wages has been brought into the media spotlight following a string of deaths of workers at Foxconn's facility that manufactures the iPad and iPhone.  Most of the deaths were suicides, but at least one ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    AT&T: We Reveal Hackers' Locales

    AT&T: We Reveal Hackers' Locales
    AT&T's iPad 3G customers may soon be getting a lot more spam.  Last week, security analysts with Goatse Security exploited AT&T's overly permissive web interface to obtain 114,000 email addresses of iPad 3G buyers, including a host of A-list politicians, military officials, business chiefs, and celebrities.  Goatse Security previously indicated that it may have disclosed the flaw to interested third parties before it was closed, ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    How to Ready Your iPhone for International Travel (and Avoid Massive Fees)

    How to Ready Your iPhone for International Travel (and Avoid Massive Fees)
    CANCUN, Mexico - An inventory for a trip to a tropical beach could read like this: Swimsuit, check. Sunscreen, check. Passport, check. And iPhone, check. Well, make that a possibly giant check, drawn from your bank account. Unaware travelers can blithely rack up eye-popping bills on their iPhones while traveling abroad. The international roaming calling rates are bad enough, but data ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    So Long Privacy: Apple Bans Apps, Music for Customers Who Opt Out of Tracking

    So Long Privacy: Apple Bans Apps, Music for Customers Who Opt Out of Tracking
    Apple recently has come under fire for engaging in a campaign of moralistic censorship when it comes to the applications it allows on its mobile devices.  That campaign is perhaps made more ironic by Apple's iconic 1984 commercial, in which it depicted itself as the face of freedom, taking down Big Brother.  Now with a new announcement that it will be ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Employees at Apple's Hellish Foxconn Factory Feel Life is "Meaningless"

    Employees at Apple's Hellish Foxconn Factory Feel Life is "Meaningless"
    Ah Wei stands weary, at the point of breaking after a long 12-hour shift at Apple's Foxconn factory.  He understands all too well the sentiments of the employees that committed suicide.  Despite a 30 percent pay raise (which comes at a total cost to Apple of around $3.50 of its $200 in profit per iPad sold), he still only makes $172 USD a month, ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -2
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    IBM Patent Application Describes "Intelligent" Stop Lights That Turn Off Cars

    IBM Patent Application Describes "Intelligent" Stop Lights That Turn Off Cars
    Running red lights and failure to stop leads to untold numbers of traffic accidents around the world. Sitting at a red light with cars idling also burns fuel that really isn’t needed.IBM has filed a patent application that outlines a system that would turn the motors of a car off at a traffic light to conserve fuel. Few will take issue with green ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -3
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    U.S. Cities Poised for Growth

    Some cities are showing signs the recession is nearing its end. They're not only keeping jobs and putting up (relatively) low foreclosure numbers, they're also setting up future growth with smart investments. To come up with a definitive list of the top cities that are ready to grow over the next few months, we’ve looked at some of the top ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: -7
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    Why CIOs Shouldn't Waste Time With Tablet Strategies - Plus 12 Hot Tablets!

    Why CIOs Shouldn't Waste Time With Tablet Strategies - Plus 12 Hot Tablets!
    Apple has always been considered a consumer technology company, not an enterprise one. Yet the success of its iPad has just about every enterprise-oriented hardware vendor out there, from Research in Motion to HP to Lenovo, introducing tablets to compete with the iPad. It isn't clear yet whether tablets will be a real game changer as laptops and PCs before them ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: -8
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    Why Google Android May Fail and Chrome OS Will Fail

    Why Google Android May Fail and Chrome OS Will Fail
    Android exists on a lot of products and appears to be successful, but the prognosis for the Chrome OS is dropping like a rock. This week, I thought I would go around and discuss Android with some of the folks who build and monitor the products and I got some interesting responses, which I will share here. There is an interesting ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: -25
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