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Thursday, June 14, 2012
TRENDING STORIES IN TECH & GADGETS
Klout Updates Mobile App With iPhone-Like Swipe Feature for +Ks
Apple Will Let You Geo-Fence Your Friends
How to Build a Mobile App That Won't Drain Your Battery
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Retina MacBook Destroys Regular MacBook: 15 Eye-Popping Examples
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 10:03 PMPete Pachal
The new MacBook Pro is here, and by far the most compelling feature is its pixel-rich retina display. The new MacBook packs more than 5 million pixels into a 15-inch, 2,880 x 1,800 screen. Big numbers -- but just how much do they change what...



Windows Phone 8 Screenshots Leak, Show Skype Integration and More [REPORT]
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 8:53 PMEmily Price
Microsoft is expected to show off Windows Phone 8 at a developer event next week, however, a few screenshots of the mobile operating system have leaked out a little early. Acquired by Nokia Innovations, the screenshots show a new camera user...



Klout Updates Mobile App With iPhone-Like Swipe Feature for +Ks
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 6:47 PMBrian Anthony Hernandez
Klout infused some Apple flavor into its mobile app, adding a swipe feature akin to unlocking an iPhone on Wednesday. The swipe feature allows users to distribute +Ks to vouch for people's expertise or knowledge on a certain topic (see gallery...



Apple Will Let You Geo-Fence Your Friends
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 6:16 PMChris Taylor
Got an iPhone? Need to keep tabs on people? Want to your spouse or boss or pals be notified when you leave work, say, or arrive home? Then the upcoming version of Find My Friends is for you. The updated app, which will launch with iOS 6 this...



How a Google Search Travels Around the World [INFOGRAPHIC]
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 4:08 PMSamantha Murphy
Google has put together an infographic that shows the journey of a search on the site, from how a query travels 1,500 miles at nearly the speed of light to hit different data centers around the world to how it ranks its results. In an infographic...



'The Mark' Turns iPhone into Your Personal Caddy
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 3:09 PMMarc Georges
The creators of a new iPhone case called The Mark hope it will be a hole-in-one with Kickstarter fans. Avid golfers, the trio behind The Mark, found that the iPhone had become an essential piece of equipment on the green for keeping score, stat...



Bright Lights, Big City: The Future of Digital Display Is Stunning
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 1:56 PMLauren Hockenson
When you think "display of the future," what pops into your head? Is it the hyper-neon displays of Blade Runner or the holograms from Star Wars? The world of digital display always seems to wiggle its way into the bleeding-edge technology of...



ICANN Announces Hundreds of '.Whatever' Domain Claims
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 11:23 AMTodd Wasserman
Get ready for ".whatever." ICANN, the governing body for ".com" and other top-level domains, on Wednesday introduced a list of hundreds of new ones, including ".autoinsurance," ".google" and ".porn." The list includes several examples in which...



New MacBook Pro Teardown Scores Low on Repairability
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 10:52 AMStan Schroeder
The folks at iFixit have done it again -- they've disassembled the new Retina display 15-inch MacBook Pro, revealing a machine that's beautifully crafted but also quite hard to repair or upgrade on your own. The latest and greatest MacBook Pro...



How to Build a Mobile App That Won't Drain Your Battery
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 10:22 AMBrady Donnelly
The advancement of mobile technology hasn't just led to social distraction -- it's also led to frustratingly rapid battery drain. While the phones of yesteryear were dull and basic, it was possible to go through a day or even two without the need...



 
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