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Friday, September 28, 2012
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iPad 4 Has Carbon Fiber Body, Flexible Display [REPORT]
6:23:00 AMTabTimes
The iPad rumor mill may have fallen silent with the iPad Mini nearing launch, but all that looks set to change now the first iPad 4 reports have surfaced. An industry analyst says the next-generation iPad could feature a 16:9 widescreen display,...



Think You Know the JPEG? Think Again
4:52:31 AMDani Fankhauser
The first misconception of the JPEG is that it is a type of file -- it's not. JPEG is a technique for image compression. The acronym stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the professional group that developed the JPEG standard. In 1986,...



iOS 6 Users Complain About Wi-Fi, Connectivity Issues
3:25:01 AMStan Schroeder
Some iOS 6 users are complaining about Wi-Fi and connectivity issues with their devices. Some are simply unable to turn the Wi-Fi on after upgrading to iOS 6; others' Wi-Fi is seemingly working but they're unable to connect to a network. The...



Voice-Guided Directions Dispute Torpedoed Google Maps for iOS 6
1:49:19 AMSam Laird
Still bitter your iPhone 5 or newly-upgraded-to-iOS 6 device doesn't have Google Maps? Wonder why? You're now stuck with the screwy, much-maligned Apple Maps app because Google and Apple couldn't reach and agreement about voice-guided,...



Camera+ Arrives on the iPad
Thursday, September 27, 2012 7:26 PMChristina Warren
Camera+ -- one of the most popular photo apps for the iPhone -- is now available for the iPad. The iPad app comes a little over two years after the original app. In that time, Camera+ [iTunes link] has gone on to sell over 9 million copies,...



Electronic Implant Dissolves in the Body
Thursday, September 27, 2012 1:47 PMTechnology Review
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Tufts University, and others have created fully biodegradable electronics that could allow doctors to implant medical sensors or drug delivery devices that dissolve when they're no...



Bing Partners With Klout, Marrying Search and Influence
Thursday, September 27, 2012 1:32 PMPete Pachal
Microsoft and Klout have announced a new partnership between the two companies, which will see Klout's data get incorporated into the Bing search engine. At the same time, Klout scores will begin to take into account Bing search results and...



Dish Network Offers Satellite Broadband, May Offer Internet Streaming
Thursday, September 27, 2012 12:49 PMCharlie White
Satellite TV provider Dish Network has mounted what appears to be a two-pronged effort to bring satellite television to homes via the Internet. The company announced it will offer satellite broadband service aimed at rural users starting Oct. 1,...



PNC Is Latest Bank Hit With Major Cyberattack
Thursday, September 27, 2012 12:33 PMSamantha Murphy
If you're a customer at a major bank, it's likely that it recently suffered a huge cyberattack. PNC Bank is the latest national bank who has reportedly fallen victim to a series of Distributed Denial of Service attacks, a list that also includes...



Samsung Set to Announce U.S. Launch of Galaxy Note II Oct. 24
Thursday, September 27, 2012 10:58 AMPete Pachal
Samsung unveiled the monster-size (5.6 inches!) Galaxy Note II smartphone in late August, but the company has so far been vague about when it's coming to the U.S. -- although the carriers are known. We're still not 100% on the timing of the...



 
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