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Saturday, September 29, 2012
iPad 4 Has Carbon Fiber Body, Flexible Display [REPORT]
Our iPhones Are Depleting the Earth's Resources [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Many Windows 8 Tablets Will Sport a Keyboard
Friday, September 28, 2012 5:58 PMTechnology Review
The meteoric rise of Apple's iPad has caused many people to neglect their laptops, or put off buying a new one. But many tablets released for Microsoft's new Windows 8 operating system next month will attempt to make peace between the two formats...

China's Internet Is Getting Faster [INFOGRAPHIC]
Friday, September 28, 2012 5:22 PMFran Berkman
There are half a billion people on the Internet in China, meaning the country has a significantly larger online population than the general population in the U.S. In China, broadband speed -- the rate at which devices can access data from the...

Think Apple Maps Is Bad? Remember the Tale of MobileMe
Friday, September 28, 2012 3:27 PMChristina Warren
As Apple deals with the backlash and criticism from the bumpy launch of Apple Maps, it's easy to forget that this isn't the first time Apple has stumbled with a new product. While Apple Maps is far from the company's finest hour, it pales in...

Metal 'Sunflower' Lets You Capture Sunlight and Power
Friday, September 28, 2012 2:57 PMEric Larson
Looking to save money on monthly electricity bills? The Wikoda Sunflower might be just the ticket you need. Essentially, the device is a take-home heliostat -- a mirror that redirects sunlight to generate power. It's shaped like a sunflower, with...

FCC OKs Television-to-Wireless Data Spectrum Auctions
Friday, September 28, 2012 2:02 PMAlex Fitzpatrick
The Federal Communications Commission on Friday gave the first go-ahead to television broadcasters who want to voluntarily release wireless spectrum to be auctioned off to cellphone companies and used for expanding wireless data and Internet...

Planes May Get Laser-Wielding Robot Snakes
Friday, September 28, 2012 1:34 PMThe Atlantic
A jet-plane engine has around 100 sensors that track things like air pressure, temperature and vibration as it propels its cargo over the Earth. Machines on the ground, via diagnostic algorithms, are constantly monitoring the data delivered by...

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