Archive | August, 2012

Dino Londis: How to Keep Your IT Job and Gain Fans Doing It

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If it comes time to cut IT jobs at your company, you'll be safer than anyone with some basic tricks. Our Dino Londis, an IT pro, spells out how to survive.
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Facebook Timeline: How To Optimize It for Your Business

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In just six easy steps, here's how to optimize for Facebook Timeline for your business. Nothing to it. Great infographic.
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Startup Bootcamp: Virgin’s Porter Gale Presents

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At Monday's Startup Bootcamp -- August 27, 2012 in San Francisco -- Virgin's Porter Gale and other media influencers talk about how to improve your social klout. And Klout.
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Patent Lawsuits Infographic: Call Them Apple Tech Wars

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Check out this patent lawsuits infographic. Apple is involved in more than 60 percent of IP fights. Expect that to ramp up after its win with Samsung ... click to enlarge.
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Geek or Hipster? Know Thyself, infographic

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It's good to know yourself. Geek vs Hipster infographic. Here's part three of our trifecta of geek-themed infographics. Do you have hipster DNA?
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Mars Curiosity Lander, Samsung vs. Apple: Tech 411

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This week on Tech 411, our Todd Moore and Oscar Santana discuss the landing of the Mars Curiosity Rover and whether it was even worth the effort. Also, Samsung wants you to give up your Apple iPhone. Seriously? Not in Todd Moore's house ...
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TechNow with Gina Smith: Apple Whups Samsung, What’s Next? (video)

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A year to the day that the late Steve Jobs retired from his CEO duties at Apple and new CEO Tim Cook took over, a jury awarded Apple $1B plus in the Samsung v Apple IP trial. What does it mean? TechNow with Gina Smith..
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Jerry Pournelle Chaos Manor: A Road Warrior’s Tale

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Our Jerry Pournelle wrestles with Wi-Fi connectivity on the road. Here he defeats the problem with a product called AT&T USB Connect 900 -- but it sure is a pain using dial-up in the meantime.
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Apple Samsung Verdict: Apple Wins $1.05B, Injunction Hearing Sept. 20

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A U.S. jury today found that Samsung in fact copied "critical" features of Apple iPhone and iPad tech -- $1.05B is the award to Apple. Read the full verdict here. The judge in this case, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh, on Apple's request scheduled an injunction hearing for Samsung Sept. 20. We'd love to hear from you Samsung smartphone owners out there. Check out the verdict in the piece -- you'll see all the Samsung products affected. Is yours one? Probably.
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John C. Dvorak: Co-Founder, Columnist at aNewDomain.net

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You know John C. Dvorak. A legendary tech commentator, he's co-founder and on the executive board of aNewDomain.net ...
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Ant Pruitt: Where Are You Now? Charlotte, North Carolina

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Where are you now? It's our weekly smartphone photo contest. Send yours in and be a published photographer. You're good enough. This week's winner -- Carey Head with his Nexus 4G pic of a fairy tree in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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A Year Later: Apple Minus Steve Jobs, Minus the Magic?

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A year to the day after Steve Jobs retired from Apple, our Dino Londis worries that Apple may be losing the imagination that Jobs enfused it with.
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Steve Jobs: Late Apple CEO Retired One Year Ago infographic

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The life of Steve Jobs infographic. The late Apple co-founder and CEO retired one year ago today -- on August 24, 2012.
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China Unveils New Space Projects (videos)

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Last week China announced that it will launch several new space projects between 2014 and 2016 at the inaugural ceremony of the 28th general assembly of the International Astronomical Union. Senior Chinese astronomer, Su Dingqiang said one project will be a hard X-ray telescope for studying black holes. China has stationed a telescope in Antarctica where temperatures […]
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Ant Pruitt: E-book Versus Traditional Book? Reader Poll

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E-Books versus traditional books? Our Ant Pruitt polls the anewdomain.net community.
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Mars 2012: From Ray Bradbury Landing, Curiosity Takes First Tentative Drive

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Ray Bradbury, the late sci author died in June, is the namesake for the historic Mars Curiosity Landing site. It now is called Bradbury Landing. Also today, 22 Aug 2012, the lander finally started motoring. It's now 60 feet from landing site and all systems appear fine.
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Jobs Home Robbery, Kenny the Clown: Gina Smith TechNow 21 Aug 2012

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Kenny the clown ended up with one of Steve Jobs' stolen Apple iPads, but police say he only used it to play The Pink Panther theme. His friend, Kamier McFarlin, is charged with stealing 60K of goods and computers from the Steve Jobs family home in Palo Alto, CA. TechNow with Gina Smith, Monday, August 21, 2012.
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HeliOS, Ken Starks: Linux Community Rallies

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The Linux community rallies around one of its own, Ken Starks. Our Exec Tech Ed Eric Finkenbiner tells how one blog post led to an outpouring of support.
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The Age of Apps Infographic: the World of Apps Going Forward

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How apps have changed the world. It's the Age of Apps infographic. Amazing material here.
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Jobs Home Robbery, Twitter API, Facebook: TWiT with Leo Laporte

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It's This Week in Tech with Leo Laporte. Leo and guests talk the Steve Jobs home burglary, Twitter API, Facebook share sell-off and more.
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