Technology articles published in October 2012
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October 31, 2012
Exclusive Interview with Travellers Point Co-Founder Peter Daams
An interview with one of the co-founders behind Travellers Point, one of the leading online travel communities.
October 30, 2012
Five Tips for Shooting Better Photos After a Hurricane
Simple but effective tips to get the best photos right after a hurricane’s devastation
A Shopping Experience Powered By You
Yumani CEO talks about delivering the value proposition to its customers
October 29, 2012
Sony VAIO SE Review
The Sony VAIO SE brings a lot to the table, but does it reign supreme among some other laptops?
Home Automation: Saving Lives, Providing Protection, and Going Green
New changes in the home automation industry
HTC One X Jelly Bean Update Starts Rolling Out
Android Jelly Bean Update For HTC One X Starts Rolling Out
October 27, 2012
Live Webcams of Areas Affected by Hurricane Sandy
Here are some live streaming webcams in areas affected by mega-Hurricane Sandy.
Got Windows 8? Here's How to Get Your Google Back
Got Windows 8 and are wondering where Google went? Here's a way to Get Your Google Back...
October 26, 2012
Microsoft Unveils New Windows 8 OS
Microsoft Officially Announces Windows 8
October 23, 2012
Apple Reveals The New iPad Mini Tablet
Apple Announces The New iPad Mini To The World
New Apple Products But Where's the Revolution?
Apple's October 23rd announcements
R.I.P. Traditional TV
What is the future of the television industry considering the dearth of options and a consumer-driven reality?
October 22, 2012
Who is Praying for a Microsoft Surface Tablet? Microsoft is.
The Surface tablet needs a miracle to beat iPad, but Microsoft may "need" an Act of God to win the tech race.
October 19, 2012
Google Going to Block Access to French Media Sites?
French publishers want to charge Google for indexing their content, with Google threatening to block them instead
October 18, 2012
Consumers Beware: Social, Mobile Cybercrimes On The Rise
Cybercrooks Capitalizing On The Web Escalates
Viruses are Rampant in Hospitals
A panel on digital security reveal the extent of malware infections of medical devices
October 16, 2012
EU Tells Google to Fix Their Privacy Statement
The EU has ruled Google must amend their privacy policies to protect the privacy of users
October 15, 2012
Meet XBox Music: Microsoft's New Digital Music Service
Microsoft Announces Their All-In-One XBox Music Platform
Digital Purgatory: Data Remains After Death
Status Update: Deceased!
October 14, 2012
Extreme Skydiver Baumgartner Jumps from 24 Miles Up, Breaks Records
Extreme skydiver Felix Baumgartner has succeeded in jumping from just under space, breaking records for height and speed. Did he break the sound barrier?
October 13, 2012
iPhone 5 Must Cure Cancer. Still Not Using it. Here's Why.
Despite setbacks and bucking the market trends, the iPhone 5 seemingly can do no wrong but many long-time Mac users won't use it.
October 11, 2012
Embargo to Espionage: A Cursory Review of the Shamoon Virus
A Cursory Review of the Shamoon Virus
October 9, 2012
T-Mobile Gets Nokia Lumia 810, Confirming Again Why It Ranks Fourth
The tradition continues: T-MO gets a non-flagship version of a flagship phone. Why?
October 4, 2012
Google Warns of Looming Cyber Attacks
Search giant Google is warning users of expected cyber-terrorism threats from the Middle East
October 3, 2012
Mobile Energy Conservation with Taapi
Taapi is an app that is seeking to change the way we think, and participate in, energy conservation.
BBC to Launch a Music Product Equivalent of the iPlayer
Rumours surface that the BBC is to launch a musical equivalent of its popular iPlayer service
Is Bing Better Than Google?
Bing beat Google 2 to 1 in the blind test 'Bing it on Challenge'
Making Data Cool: An Interview with Geoff Domoracki, CEO of DataWeek
How do you get cool with Data? It depends who you are, but as I learned from DataWeek, there are lots of options.
October 2, 2012
What Is a Good Photographic Subject?
If we slow down, the ordinary can become extraordinary and can be revealed in a different way. Art often does this for us.
Samsung Goes Gangnam Style
Re-Branding Samsung's Image- Gangnam Style
The Weakest Apology in Tech History?
Apple's Tim Cook apologizes for the new Apple map and suggests customers keep working to improve it.
October 1, 2012
The Amazon Phone Advantage: Paradigm Shift or Ecosystem?
When will Amazon release its long-rumored phone?
iPad Stolen By a TSA Agent? There's an App for That
Hundreds of TSA agents have been fired over the last 9 years for passenger theft. Is it better? ABC News misplaced some iPads to find out...