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Friday, September 21, 2012
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Steve Wozniak Went to Australia to Buy an iPhone 5
6:09:40 AMSeth Fiegerman
Steve Wozniak has a tradition of being the first in line to buy Apple products, but he usually waits outside one of the Apple stores in California. This year, the Apple co-founder went to a whole new level for the iPhone 5 launch and waited in...

What Apple Can Learn From the iOS 6 Maps Mess
6:08:00 AMStan Schroeder
Apple Maps is not a bad product, and yet many users hate it. Even for a company as huge as Apple, it has to be frustrating to be in this situation -- to acquire three different mapping-related companies over the years, and to have dozens and...

Google's Spanner: Database Tech That Can Scan the Planet
5:40:01 AMEric Larson
Data centers: the often-forgotten, yet utterly important behind-the-scenesters of the web. Applications like your email account, calendar and -- admit it -- YouTube collection of One Direction videos are all kept afloat by them. Google's newest...

A Brief History of Text Messaging
5:23:25 AMChristine Erickson
Where would we be without text messaging? The feature has grown from being favored by the tech-savvy to a universal staple. It's allowed us to be more efficient, independent and direct. When you're running late, you text someone to let them know....

The iPhone 5 Hits Stores Today and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
3:04:52 AMStan Schroeder
Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening in the digital world. Today, we're looking at three particularly interesting stories. The iPhone 5 Hits the Stores Today, Fans...

iPhone 5 Teardown: It's Easier to Repair Than iPhone 4S
Thursday, September 20, 2012 11:38 PMStan Schroeder
After their prompt EarPods teardown, the iFixit team wasted no time in disassembling the iPhone 5, which is hitting the US retail stores today, Sept. 21. In its assessment of the devices it tears down, iFixit focuses on repairability, and this is...

Waiting in the iPhone 5 Line? Send Us Your Photos
Thursday, September 20, 2012 8:05 PMNora Grenfell
Apple devotees are already lining up to buy the iPhone 5, and the first spots in line have been claimed by the truest of fans. iPhone releases always guarantee a colorful cast of characters, such as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who makes...

Should We Focus on User Experience?
Thursday, September 20, 2012 5:50 PMUX Magazine
Our current notion of UX design mistakenly focuses on experience. We should go one step further and focus on the memory of an experience instead. Studies of behavioral economics have changed my entire perspective on UX design, causing me to...

What Would You Give For First Place in the iPhone 5 Line? [POLL]
Thursday, September 20, 2012 5:11 PMNora Grenfell
The iPhone 5 will be released in less than 24 hours, which means lines have already started to form at Apple stores across the country. Some of Mashable's own will be joining the likes of die-hard Apple fans, first-time buyers and paid...

Twitter Policy's Latest Victim: If This Then That
Thursday, September 20, 2012 3:19 PMPete Pachal
The online service IFTTT is the latest company to suffer because of Twitter's new API policy. The service sent a note to users on Thursday afternoon saying it would be removing some abilities with how it interacts with Twitter due to the new...

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