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    by Published on 01-30-2012 11:12 AM
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    Whether its a lost iPhone prototype in a San Francisco bar or an internal information leak that quickly descends upon the tech blogosphere, there are no shortage of sensitive information exposure risks that Apple has to guard against.

    The first line of defense, naturally, is to hire trustworthy employees who will retain confidential information and company secrets. But when you're a company as large ...
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    by Published on 01-30-2012 10:42 AM
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    To say that Apple's iPhone 4S is a hot commodity in China would be a significant understatement. Two weeks ago, crowds swarmed outside of Beijing's Apple Store to such an exceptional extent that local authorities were called in to control the out-of-control masses.

    Apple was subsequently forced to suspend iPhone sales at the stores in Beijing and Shanghai to help keep the peace and prevent ...
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    by Published on 01-30-2012 10:40 AM
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    Another week, another app sneaks into Apple’s walled garden with a hidden tethering function.

    QuasiDisk is just the latest in a long history of applications sneaking into The App Store with either hidden or blatant tethering functions. Unlike the last tethering app “Tether” (the second t was backwards presumably throwing Apple’s app police off) QuasiDisk masquerades as a file management app, and a very poor one at that. The tethering function isn’t an easy toggle ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 08:39 PM
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    Samsung seems to have released another commercial for their Samsung Galaxy S II’s anti-Apple campaign. This one is labeled "Urban Camping" and continues the trend of pointing out features which Apple’s iPhone 4S does not have. In this specific ad, the main feature being flaunted is the 4G speed that the Galaxy S II has that the iPhone 4S does not. Samsung continues to stereotype Apple users as being the “barista” types who are excited about ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 02:28 PM
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    For those of you in the Eurozone or a DVB-T country, the Tizi Go is a tempting mobile television solution

    In the U.S. mobile terrestrial television pretty much doesn’t exist. A number of other countries, particularly South Korea and Japan, have enjoyed true live mobile television for a decade. Here in the U.S., until recently, we’ve been stuck with proprietary non-live content solutions (I hate you VCAST). Well, ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 12:44 PM
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    It's love. In a box. It's your love in a box.


    Editing traditional film with traditional tools is a bear. No, it’s a woolly mammoth sized effort in tedium. Cutting strips of film frame by frame and gluing them back together. The old adage “left on the cutting room floor” is more literal than most realize.

    Today’s non-linear editing programs and workflows have made piecing together a film ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 11:51 AM
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    Here's a refresher from Monday the 23rd until now!

    1. AssistantExtensions - FREE

    First on our list of the best jailbreak tweaks for this week is AssistantExtensions by iOS developer K3A. We like AssistantExtensions because it's a tool with endless capabilities for Siri. Using it will let developers build add-ons that Siri can use to do things that she could never do before you had a jailbroken iDevice. AssistantExtensions comes with two built-in features such as the ability to have a conversation with Siri and ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 10:26 AM
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    It exists, you probably just haven't found it yet.

    We know that people have always been asking, "Is there a way to use a USB flash drive with an iPad?" It would simply make it a more viable tablet computer solution for many more people. Well, the answer is yes. The only prerequisite being that you need to buy a special USB flash drive and they aren't particularly cheap. It requires a 'special' USB flash drive because the iPad ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 02:48 AM
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    Recently, the non-profit organization Business for Social Responsibility published an open letter to The New York Times that pointed out several inaccuracies and statements that mislead readers in the publication’s recent report regarding Apple ignoring worker problems at Foxconn factories.

    This letter praised the Times for shining a light on several important supply chain issues but pointed out that ...
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    by Published on 01-29-2012 01:45 AM
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    Sometimes the line between competitive rivalry and genuine disdain blurs. It’s difficult to juggle mutual respect, admiration, jealousy, and public perception all at once. But, according to a report by The Telegraph and an interview with ABC Steve Jobs and Bill gates did the dance better than most.

    Gates told The Telegraph he and Jobs relationship changed drastically after he left Microsoft in 2007 to set up his foundation ...
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    by Published on 01-28-2012 10:54 PM
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    It's finally here.... er, coming.

    Mozilla Firefox is likely one of the greatest Internet browsers that can be installed on a modern computer today. It's open source, has a large add-on library, and has powerful rendering engines. Windows, Mac, and Linux users can all gracefully use Firefox and be very happy with their browsing results. There is of course great competition from other Internet browsers such as Google ...
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    by Published on 01-28-2012 05:59 PM
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    Can you pick out the criminal?


    Consumer rights journalist Mitch Lipka wrote an interesting op-ed for Reuters highlighting what he describes as the potential rampant abuse of Apple’s repair policy by criminals.

    Apple’s return policy is an interesting exercise in convenience over confirmation. When buying a new iPhone Apple ties the simple one year warranty, and even the Apple Care extended warranty, to the product's serial ...