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MacSurfer's Archive: Friday, December 28, 2012


  • "Loss Of Apple'S Processor Business Unlikely To Affect Samsung" BGR 6:32 PM
  • "Attempts to ban Apple devices could see Samsung fined $15 billion" TUAW 6:31 PM
  • "The Sad Tale of Two Apple Audio Players" 512 Pixels 5:52 PM
  • "Apple's iPad Generates 87% of Pre-Xmas Tablet Web Traffic" The Mac Observer 2:25 PM
  • "Man Bites Dog: China Fines Apple for Copyright Infringement" TechNewsWorld 1:18 PM
  • "China iPad mini Demand Called 'Insatiable" Tapscape 1:17 PM
  • "Sorry folks, book publishers don't know Apple's plans" TUAW 12:22 PM
  • "Rethinking The Mobile App 'Walkthrough'" TechCrunch 11:10 AM
  • "The Year of Doom For Microsoft, Google and Apple" Forbes 10:53 AM
  • "Why I Might Drop the iPhone 5 for the Galaxy Note II, and you should too." ["All in all, Apple has fallen behind the curve. After trying the Galaxy Note II for two weeks, it's clear that Android Jellybean (4.1) has managed to pull ahead. And the second iteration of the Note – a device I've made fun of since before it even made it to the shelves – is a far better phone, semantically and as a competitive computer."] Forbes 10:41 AM
  • "Tim Cook's $4.2M Compensation; Foxconn's Improving Conditions; EA Scrubs Gun Links" PC Magazine 9:37 AM
  • "Are tablets now disposable computing devices? Summary: With the price of 7" tablets now reaching the sub-$200 level, should they be considered disposable computing devices?" ZDNet 9:16 AM
  • "Can the N.Y. Times ride Apple all the way to a Pulitzer? Part 9 in its iEconomy series, published Thursday, is the hammer that tries to nail it" Fortune 9:11 AM
  • "Social networks, Apple, Microsoft and Linux in 2013" The Inquirer 8:57 AM
  • "Looking back at my Apple-related predictions for 2012" AppleDailyReport 8:27 AM
  • "Shut Up, You're Not Apple" Forbes 8:23 AM
  • "Is AppleCare extended warranty coverage worth the money?" AppleTell 8:16 AM
  • "[Wayne] The tech I used most in 2012" BetaNews 8:11 AM
  • "The Most Disturbing New Trend For Apple Customers In 2012" PixoBebo 7:29 AM
  • "The Wii U Is The Nintendo'S Last Console" BGR 10:50 AM
  • "5 common computer problems you can fix yourself" USA Today 11:06 AM
  • "Raspberry Pi Hack Turns The Ultra-Affordable Computer Into An AirPlay Receiver" TechCrunch 11:00 AM
  • "ASUS Matrix Radeon HD 7970 Platinum Review" HotHardware 10:44 AM
  • "16 of the most useful cloud management tools" Network World 10:28 AM
  • "Digitimes Research: Loss of Apple processor orders unlikely to affect Samsung" DigiTimes 10:14 AM
  • "Zuckerberg Photo Flap: 4 Lessons/What Randi Zuckerberg's 'private' Facebook photo -- and subsequent Twitter fuming -- can teach the rest of us about social business." InformationWeek 9:50 AM
  • "Tips to help your smartphone work better" [Video Report] CNET News 9:46 AM
  • "Can New BlackBerries Help Save Research in Motion?" [Video Report] TheStreet 9:41 AM
  • "Google Music Scan and Match swaps explicit songs for clean tracks" TG Daily 11:04 AM
  • "2 Tech Moments of 2012 That Made You Say 'WTF?'" Wired Magazine 11:09 AM
  • "2012: The tech year in cartoons/From SOPA to the Petraeus affair, here's a look at some of the year's biggest IT stories from the pen of Computerworld's editorial cartoonist, John Klossner." Computerworld 10:10 AM
  • "Mobile's Biggest Losers In 2012: The last twelve months have been turbulent for smartphone makers and wireless network providers. Here's who took it on the chin hardest." InformationWeek 9:50 AM
  • "Drones, phones and other 2012 privacy threats" Computerworld 10:10 AM
  • "The top 10 trends in enterprise cloud for 2013" VentureBeat [Free Registration Required] 9:30 AM
  • "Security in 2013: The rise of mobile malware and fall of hacktivism" PCWorld 10:41 AM
  • "2012''s worst security exploits, fails and blunders" PCWorld 10:40 AM
  • "10 Biggest Information Security Stories Of 2012: From John McAfee's escape from Belize to the privacy debacle that compromised CIA director Petraeus' career, 2012 had no shortage of security shockers." InformationWeek 9:50 AM
  • "Video games in 2012: A year of high-octane sequels" Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 9:30 AM
  • "How Amazon ruined my Christmas: Netflix's Christmas outage is yet another reminder that downtime happens at the worst possible time and the cloud is not inherently resilient." ZDNet 9:16 AM
  • "Could These 6 Pending Regulations Destroy The Internet In 2013?" ReadWrite 8:17 AM
  • "After initial flop, does Google+ have a secret weapon for a comeback?" Beatweek Magazine 7:31 AM
  • "Seriously, Google? Really? How Google's Math Kills The Web As You Know It" Mac 360 7:29 AM