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Photographer Rick Smolan: Human Face of Big Data: Tech Now 14.09

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Rick Smolan's The Human Face of Big Data. Cool. How do I know? I know Rick from my days at ABC News and I know his high bar for representing tech in fotos.
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Pinterest for iOS, Android: First Look, Commentary

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Pinterest, now available for Apple iOS and Google Android, holds some pleasant surprises for our Ant Pruitt. Check out his review.
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Safeway Just for U: Freeware Friday (review)

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Our Julie Blaustein selects Safeway's Just for U app for Android and iTunes as her freeware app picks of the week. Here's how it works.
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Ant Pruitt: Tic Tac Toe Glow (Freeware Friday)

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Want to play Tic Tac Toe? Ant Pruitt looks at a spin off of the classic Tic Tac Toe
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First Look Review: Apple OS X Mountain Lion

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Having a new operating system is always exciting, especially for us geeky types. You always expect the best. Even if you don’t get it. But Apple’s latest  Mountain Lion operating system doesn’t disappoint. It brings Mac OS X a little closer to the mobile iOS while adding some useful new features. Check it out. AirPlay […]
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Apple iOS Freeware Friday: RoadAhead (review)

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Apple iOS 5 is a lagging platform, travel-wise. Though the changes coming to Apple iOS 6 look promising, tech pros need great mapping tools that for serious road travel. RoadAhead, free on iTunes, brings that functionality to a new level. RoadAhead is an app especially aimed at travelers who need to find services based on their […]
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Flipboard for Android (First Look)

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Flipboard for Android is out in beta. How does it compare to apps like Google Currents on that platform. Shane Brady gives you the bottom line.
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WWDC 2012: The Tech Report, Loren Feldman (June 11, 2012)

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Daily tech news with Loren Feldman from 1938News is a KoPoint production. Audio bandwidth and storage courtesy of SoundCloud.
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WWDC 2012: The Guide

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Welcome to San Francisco, developers. WWDC 2012 registration starts Sunday. Here's Apple's guide to it. And here's a guide to some fun things to do in San Francisco while you're here. Didn't get tickets. Read below to find out how to register to be an Apple developer for $99 and get access to everything that's going to be going on -- now. 
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WWDC 2012: Predictions on What’s Next for iOS, Apple, The Big Apple App Guys

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It's episode 12 of The Big Apple App Guys show with Pablo Quinteros and Brian Papa.Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is fast approaching. The Big Apple App guys discuss the nuances of WWDC and their predictions on what's next for Apple, iOS, apps and more. Great show. Audio bandwidth and storage provided by Soundcloud. The Big Apple App Guys show is a KoPoint production, syndicated here at aNewDomain.net.
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Twitter, Reddit and Digg Dev: The Big Apple App Guys

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Twitter, Digg, and Reddit -- Brian Papa, Pablo Quinteros and Dan Patterson talk about dev issues and why these platforms matter. It's episode 11 of The Big Apple App Guys
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SF AppShow 2012: Ten Free Apps, Best of the Best for Apple iOS and Android

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Rajnish introduced what we believe is the first available retina display app for the new Apple iPad (3) at the SF AppShow. Shufflr.tv is a video curation service that helps you find videos from 150 sources, including cable, TV, movie and sources online like YouTube, based on your viewing preferences as it draws them from your social profiles.
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Apple App Store SEO Juggernaut and iOS 6: The Big Apple App Guys

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iOS 6, iPhone 5, and Apps Store SEO is up for discussion on The Big Apple App Guys.
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SF AppShow 2012: CrowdCall (freeware review)

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Need to make a free conference call on your mobile phone? Ant Pruitt reviews CrowdCall from SF AppShow 2012.
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Apple iOS Drops Google Maps: the Big Apple App Guys

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No more Google Maps in Apple iOS. Apple is nixing it. Here's what that means to developers. It's the Big Apple App Guys on this and all things Apple. A Kopoint production.
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Apple iOS, XCode, Ruby Motion and API Frustration: The Big Apple App Guys

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Pablo Quinteros, Brian Papa and our Dan Patterson talk Apple iOS development, XCode, Apple Care and vent their frustrations re APIs on this week's gripping episode of the Big Apple App Guys. A Kopoint production, brought to you by Soundcloud.
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How Apple iOS, Windows Phone 7.5 and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Compare (infographic)

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Here's an independent, non-vendor produced graphic -- it compares such mobile operating systems as the RIM BlackBerry OS, Apple iOS, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and Android 4.0. When considering specs and the recommendations of friends, just be sure to look for bang for the buck, a good cultural fit, and durability, too. No matter what Steve Wozniak likes. Infographic: myphonedeals.co.uk Image credit: http://myphonedeals.co.uk/
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Infinity Blade Dungeons for the New Apple iPad: HD Gameplay (video preview)

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With more firepower igniting the new Apple iPad's massive HD retina graphics display, more memory to help run all of your favorite apps and real 4G connectivity for a change to download them faster, gamers will be psyched. And Epic Games says it's releasing Infinity Blade Dungeons later this year. Check out the preview.
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SXSW 2012 : 5Degrees and Forecast App Reviews

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Our Chris Miller is reviewing apps from SxSW 2012. Listen in to their commentary on 5Degrees and Forecast.
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SXSW 2012: Borglar, Arball AR for Android and iOS Preview

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So many apps, so little time. We checked out a ton of new apps at the ScreenBurn games showcase at SXSW 2012. Here's Chris Miller's first look at two new Android and iOS apps -- Borglar and Arball. Live from Austin, it's TheSocialGeeks.
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