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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, January 6, 2013
 

 

Analysis/Commentary/Editorial/Opinion
  • "Cassandra -Monday Review: It will Soon be Friday" eXtensions 6:50 PM
  • "Forbes Contributor, to Apple: Hang Up on the iPhone" 512 Pixels 6:14 PM
  • "Polar Demonstrates Exactly What To Do If Your App's User Base Is Becoming Too 'Teen-Centric'" TechCrunch 6:03 PM
  • "Would You Buy The iPhone 6 If It Looked Like This?" App Advice 7:49 AM
  • "Apple iPhone Mini coming later this year? Here's what we know so far" Stuff Middle East 7:47 AM
  • "Would Apple really make an iPhone mini?" Gizmag 1/5
  • "Why Apple Should Stop Making iOS Apps"  Cult of Mac 1/5
  • "Apple Loop: Cook's Pay, Parisian Thieves, AT&T's iPhone Call, Stock Swoon" Forbes 1/5
  • "Patent trolls are about to invade the cloud" GigaOM 1/5
  • "Want to Officially Bitch about the Patent System? Here's Your Chance" Patently Apple 1/5
  • "The Macalope Weekly: Checking in" Macworld 1/5
  • "Indistinguishable from magic" Macworld 1/5
  • "Should Apple Make a Hybrid or Convertible PC?" Tech.pinions 1/4
  • "Apple Must Think Differently to Slow the Android Invasion"  The Mac Observer 1/4
  • "Apple TV Will Be 'The Elephant In The Room' At CES This Year" BGR 1/4
  • "4 coolest Apple gadgets of 2012" Fortune 1/4
  • "Android Issue #38538: For almost three months, Google's Android project has had a very peculiar bug open in its tracker. The bug's name alone commands attention: Google Now, if asked 'What is a Giraffe?', finishes the description with 'he now praises the iPad'" One Foot Tsunami 1/4
  • "Here we go again: The Apple rumor mill cranks up/Rumors surface about new iPhones, fifth-gen Wi-Fi in upcoming Macs, and the widening rift between Apple and Samsung, this time over mobile chips" InfoWorld 1/4
  • "As Apple Celebrates 36th Birthday, Here Are 15 Events That Shaped The Company" App Advice 1/4
  • "Could Disney be working with Apple on a new Gaming Console Called Toy Box?" Patently Apple 1/4
  • "Can your iPhone help you lose weight? New Year's resolution: Join the Quantified Self movement and see if smartphone apps can help shed unwanted pounds" Salon 1/4
  • "Pod2g Creates Petition for Apple to Open iOS Once and For All" iOSVlog 1/4
  • "There's only one company that can solve Apple's mapping woes quickly (and it's not Waze)" VentureBeat 1/4
  • "Apple may release an iPhone mini priced under $250 this summer" TechSpot 1/4
  • "Top Things Apple Should Focus on in 2013" PadGadget 1/4
  • "Get Ready To Hear The Term 'iPhone mini' A Lot More In 2013" App Advice 1/4
  • "Have Mobile, Apple Made the CES Irrelevant?" [Video Report] Bloomberg 1/4
  • "The Sole Apple-Beater: Samsung Electronics" Seeking Alpha 1/4
  • "Apple: Don't Buy Waze, It's Dangerous and Reckless" TheStreet 1/4
  • "An iPhone Lover's Confession: I Switched To the Nexus 4. Completely."  Gizmodo 1/4
  • "Should Apple open up iOS to allow tweaks and themes?" Tapscape 1/4
  • "One Simple Resolution" YMP Now 1/4
  • "Even More Rumors About An Apple 'iRadio' Music Streaming Service" AppleBitch 1/4
  • "Yawn: Apple Could Launch iRadio Streaming Music Service This Year" App Advice 1/4
  • "Apple again said to be in talks with labels over 'iRadio' service" iDownload Blog 1/4
  • "Apple Pandora-esque iRadio Coming in 2013" Tapscape 1/4
  • "Apple Needs To Compete With Cheap Products And Here's Why (or, why not)" PixoBebo 1/4
  • "We Want An Apple TV. We Need An Apple TV. Why Won't Apple Give Us A TV?" Mac 360 1/4
Non-Apple
  • "Competitive gaming is coming of age as the esports scene takes off" The Next Web 11:43 AM
  • "Enigma, Stuxnet and Piracy: Questions on Ethics and Morals for Computer Engineers" eXtensions 7:32 AM
  • "In Defense Of The Humble App Walkthrough" TechCrunch 1/5
  • "Would You Wear a Google Smartwatch That Looked Like This?" Gizmodo 1/5
  • "Dad hires hit men to kill son's video game characters: A father is so fed up with his son's video game obsession that he decides to take radical action." CNET News 1/5
  • "Last Year's Tax Rate May Not Survive In 2013, But Your Cable Service Probably Will" AllThingsD 1/5
  • "Don't Call the E-Reader Doomed" Techland 1/4
  • "Silicon Valley conquers Hollywood, part 3 -- think small, not big" I, Cringely 1/4
  • "The Universal Remote Sucks. Here's How to Fix It" Wired 1/4
  • "More fun with Windows 8 UEFI, Secure Boot, Fedora and Ubuntu" ZDNet 1/4
  • "Denial-of-service attacks are expected to go mobile" CSO 1/4
  • "Ubuntu Phone: Not a moment too soon" InfoWorld 1/4
  • "My New Year's Resolutions: Email Bankruptcy, Inbox Zero" Forbes 1/4
  • "Phablets - phones that are tablets: Trying to group the growing range of hybrid devices is pure phantasy" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 1/4
  • "The future of screen protection is made of glass" Dallas Morning News [Paid Membership Required] 1/4
  • "A Patent Troll By Any Other Name Still Stinks" ReadWrite 1/4
  • "Surrounded By Devices, We Inhabit A World of Increasing User-Centricity" Forbes 1/4
  • "How to create an automatically updating Google spreadsheet" Computerworld 1/4
  • "Android Jelly Bean Share Tops 10 Percent" PC Magazine 1/4
  • "Android or Chrome? Will Google ever decide on one OS?" CNET News 1/4
  • "20 biggest tech innovations of my lifetime that I actually use" CNET News 1/4
  • "Grinch Lives: Holiday Consumer Electronics Sales Off 7%" Forbes 1/4
  • "Global tech spend in 2013: Latin America booms, Asia blooms, Europe gloom" ZDNet 1/4
  • "'Augmented reality' and bendy screens in a hands-free 2013: Ben Grubb takes a look at 10 trends for the year ahead in technology." Sydney Morning Herald 1/4
  • "2013: The year IT may lose its seat at the table" InfoWorld 1/4
  • "6 Tech Sector Themes For 2013 - And 8 Possible Takeover Targets" Forbes 1/4
  • "Surrounded By Devices, We Inhabit A World of Increasing User-Centricity" Forbes 1/4
  • "The E-Reader Revolution: Over Just as It Has Begun?" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 1/4
  • "The history of CES: Since 1967, the International Consumer Electronics Show has helped several gadgets make a splash. Here's a look at some of the notable unveilings." [Slideshow] USA Today 1/4
  • "Welcome to CES: A Trade Show, Not a Tastemaker" AllThingsD 1/4
  • "Unwieldy CES Remains a Big Deal, But Not for the Reasons You Think" Wired 1/4
  • "CES Becomes Season of Second Chances for Sony and Intel" TheStreet 1/4
  • "Android or Chrome? Will Google ever decide on one OS?" CNET News 1/4
  • "How Much Your Stolen Data Is Worth to Scammers" Lifehacker 1/4
  • "What Happens Now on Standards-Essential Patents?" AllThingsD 1/4
  • "Well, Maybe Someone Will Buy the Surface Pro ..." AllThingsD 1/4
  • "Facebook terms and conditions: why you don't own your online life" Telegraph 1/4
Humor/Cartoons
  • "Well, This Is One Way To Advertise Your iPhone Repair Company – [Video, Humor] RazorianFly 7:39 AM
  • "The Real Reason Your Eyesight Stinks" Mashable [cartoon] 1/5



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