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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, February 25, 2012


  • "JP Morgan: Apple is a sector unto itself" TUAW 9:25 PM
  • "Apple and those LOL numbers"  Fortune 10:33 AM
  • "The Macalope Weekly: Occam's electric razor"  Macworld 9:39 AM
  • "Time for low-cost educational iPad is now" iPad.Blorge 2:32 PM
  • "Why iTunes Match is a big step for content ownership" TechRadar UK 7:15 AM
  • "Steve Jobs' 10 Greatest Apple moments" T3 12:41 PM
  • "Why did Apple close Friday at record high $522.41 a share ..." Fortune 7:14 AM
  • "Analysis: Apple Will Be Worth $3 Trillion By 2022" i2Mag 7:05 AM
  • "Will Apple dump the iPhone's aging 30-pin connector?" GigaOM 2/24
  • "Has Apple's iBooks Fair Play DRM been cracked?" CNET Reviews 2/24
  • "MacOS KenDensed: Google's Browser Snooping & Tim Cook's Shareholder Party" The Mac Observer 2/24
  • "How Bad Reporting Is Ruining The Washington Post: John Gruber dissects The Washington Post's dumb article claiming that Siri, specifically, is dramatically increasing data usage based on a study..." Marco Arment 2/24
  • "Dr. Says Apple's FaceTime Encourages Facelifts (Video)" Forbes 2/24
  • "After a Year, Tablet Daily Is a Struggle: One year ago Rupert Murdoch took the stage at the Guggenheim Museum and with much fanfare introduced a News Corporation publication that, in the words of the Apple executive Eddy Cue, would 'redefine the news.'" New York Times [Free Registration Required] 2/24
  • "Apple Distributing The Fruits Of Legend: The size of Steve Jobs' legend hit me with full force last night." Seeking Alpha 2/24
  • "Particle Debris: Apple Could Accidentally Disrupt the Entire TV Industry" The Mac Observer 2/24
  • "Apple Had To Pull This Video-Sharing App For Having Too Much Porn" Business Insider 2/24
  • "Who wins if Android and iPhone lose the smartphone wars?" BetaNews 2/24
  • "AdWeek: All 84 Apple iPhone TV Spots" CPGBuzz 2/24
  • "Apple and HDCP: A DRM success story" Mac.Blorge 2/24
  • "Top 10 features Apple should bring to the iPad 3" V3 2/24
  • "Is Apple slipping? The details Steve would never have missed"  Electricpig 2/24
  • "Mike Daisey: David Pogue's Defense Of Apple And Foxconn's Workplace Standards Is Ridiculous" Business Insider 2/24
  • "Can one man change Apple? Mike Daisey's one-man show has galvanized public opinion against the electronic giant's labor practices" Salon 2/24
  • "iPhone 5 Concept: We Wish Apple Would Make It Like This (Picture)" The Huffington Post 2/24
  • "Apple looks to improve app search and discovery with Chomp acquisition" Ars Technica 2/24
  • "The iEconomy: How Much Do Foxconn Workers Make?" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/24
  • "The Macalope Daily: Easy answers" Macworld [Insider Content] 2/24
  • "Why Apple's China Woes Are Major" [Video Report]  TheStreet 2/24
  • "Apple's cash creates dangerous temptation: Firms with too much cash can easily lose their way" MarketWatch 2/24
  • "Die Hölle? Apple switches off MobileMe & iCloud e-mail push in Germany" VentureBeat 2/24
  • "Remember The View-Master? Imagine If Apple Made It [Images] Redmond Pie 2/24
  • "Tim Cook says Apple's working on new products that 'will blow our minds'" iDownload Blog 2/24
  • "Apple Halts iCloud Push Email in Germany due to Motorola Lawsuit" Mashable 2/24
  • "This Is Not the iPhone 5" Gizmodo 2/24
  • "Report: iPhone 'Micro Dock' to Make Your Old Apple Cables Worthless" Techland 2/24
  • "Is Apple preparing to ditch the dock connector as we know it?" The Verge 2/24
  • "Amazon, Apple And The Case Of Converging Tablets" Forbes 2/24
  • "Right versus pragmatic" 9:26 PM
  • "Is linking just polite, or is it a core value of journalism?" GigaOM 8:35 PM
  • "Apple's Siri has a new British rival – meet Evi: Cambridge firm True Knowledge outsmarts tech giant with phone assistant that copes with variety of UK accents" The Guardian 12:42 PM
  • "Android Market vs. App Store Prices: Why Android Users Pay Double [Study] Search Engine Watch 7:32 AM
  • "UltraViolet passes million download mark: Hollywood's movies-in-the-cloud service sprockets up" Register Hardware 2/24
  • "Data throttling just a ploy, study finds" TG Daily 2/24
  • "Gaming damages kids' attention span" TG Daily 2/24
  • "Samsung Toiling Away On Bezel-less Galaxy B Smartphone?" TechCrunch 2/24
  • "Bad News for Blackberry: Netflix Not Interested" PCWorld 2/24
  • "3G vs. 4G: What's the Difference? If you're buying a new smartphone, you'll need to choose a type of data network. We explain 3G and 4G in simple terms." PC Magazine 2/24
  • "7 ways SMBs can make cloud storage and backup safer" ZDNet 2/24
  • "Cloud computing in 2012: An InfoWorld special report" InfoWorld 2/24
  • "The top 13 security myths: Security experts hammer on security ideas they say are both widely believed and false" [Slideshow] InfoWorld 2/24
  • "Free Anti-Virus Software Fails To Charm Enterprises: As free AV gains popularity with consumers, could Symantec and McAfee ever be chased from their top spots in the enterprise?" InformationWeek 2/24
  • "Inside Google's recruiting machine: Silicon Valley's most venerable recruiting setup is operating in one of the most competitive hiring climates ever. It just brought on a record number of new employees. Here's how." Fortune 2/24
  • "Continental Divide: The Forces Shaping Broadband in Western and Eastern Europe" E-Commerce Times 2/24
  • "Global HDD capacity expected to be restored to 80% in 1Q12" DigiTimes 2/24
  • "How Mobile, BYOD and younger workers are reinventing IT: Changes are coming to IT, so you'd better be ready" Computerworld 2/24
  • "White House's Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights is misleading, doesn't solve the real problem" ZDNet 2/24
  • "Why Google and Others Are On Board with Obama's Privacy Bill of Rights" Techland 2/24
  • "Your Internet privacy is in Congress's hands now: The White House plan for a consumer privacy bill of rights sounds good on paper, but real action is still pending" InfoWorld 2/24
  • "The problem with Obama's privacy 'bill of rights': Privacy advocates generally like the White House's framework on privacy policy. Except for the fact that G-men can still peek at your private data without a warrant." Fortune 2/24
  • "An Exclusive Look Inside Nokia's Smartphone Torture Chamber" AllThingsD 2/24
  • "Samsung Galaxy Note: Big Smartphone Or Small Tablet? Contributor Gary Krakow gets to put the new AT&T moneter phone, with a 5.3-inch screen, through its paces - and finds it's a terrific device." [Video Report] TheStreet 2/24
  • "4 ways to stave off the cell phone apocalypse" CNNMoney 2/24
  • "PlayBook 2.0: Is This the Best RIM Can Do?" Tech.pinions 2/24
  • "Is The Future Of Cloud-Based Systems Cloudy Or Bright?" MacNews 2/24
  • "An Internet hipster has needs." Joy of Tech [cartoon] 2/24
  • "The Worst Siri Ad Just Got Way More Accurate" Gizmodo 2/24