Apple Adds More Patents to Their Arsenal

Apple users, get excited because the US Patent and Trademark Office has just recently published Apple patent applications for two new innovative concepts. The first deals with Hydrogen fuel cells. The idea is that Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and MacBook will eventually be powered by these cells, which convert oxygen and hydrogen [...]

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What Is SOPA?

If you haven’t heard about SOPA yet, get ready, because this act is very controversial and could seriously change the Internet as we see it. The proposed Stop Online Piracy Act aims to eliminate websites that offer pirated material by having them removed from the Internet completely. The bill expands the ability of the US [...]

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Smudge-Free Touchscreens

Superamphiphobic. No, I’m not about to break into everyone’s favorite Mary Poppins song. Superamphiphobic is the new scientific term for oil-repelling surface. German scientists have created one that will be able to used on touchscreens to keep it free of fingerprints and smudges. It’s pretty much a universal problem for the gadget lover. You buy [...]

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Teach your home how to heat or cool itself with the Nest Learning Thermostat

Tell me if this one sounds familiar: you come home from a long day at work to an empty house, only to find that the heat has been blasting away all day long because you forgot to turn it down.  You might as well take a $20 out of your pocket and light it on [...]

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World’s Largest OLED TV Panel to Debut at CES

LG is going big for this January’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by bringing the world’s largest OLED TV panel to the floor. The new TV will definitely attract attention and overcome previous size barriers with its 55-inch display. The new OLED came in at just 5-mm thick and has not yet received an [...]

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How to get Apple WWDC tickets before they sell out

How to get Apple WWDC tickets before they sell out.

Here’s a great tool for Apple developers who want to make the hajj to California this summer: WWDC Alerts. Tickets sold out for WWDC 2011 less than 10 hours after they became available. Planning on going to WWDC 2012? Don’t miss the window to buy tickets. Thanks to @anthonyherron & @aaronWardle, you can know exactly [...]

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Your Apple TV Will Soon Run iOS Applications in HD Glory

Developers Steven Troughton-Smith and TheMudKip are working on bringing iOS applications to your living room, and they’ve made significant progress in recent weeks. First, 9to5Mac reported that they were running regular iOS apps on the Apple TV through a jailbreak hack, and that they were even able to have multiple apps running side-by-side. Later, they [...]

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Spotify’s Top 10 Streamed Songs of 2011

Spotify has come a long way over the past year. From its U.S. launch to the debut of its global app platform, Spotify Radio and Spotify Apps, it has steered more and more users to the site to stream and listen to new music. Spotify recently released its list of this past year’s most-played tracks [...]

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Top Photo Editing Apps of 2011

Now that smarphones have evolved so rapidly, it is hard not to take pictures with your device whenever and where ever you may go. The convenience of having a camera at all times has lead to the development of apps to help people share their mobile experiences, and now in creative ways. I have composed [...]

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Will You Be Able to Log Into Your Mac Using Only Your Face?

Apple patents are always fun to look at. We get an insider’s view at what cool new technology Apple is working on. Much of it turns out to be wishful thinking, as many of the patents never turn up in actual products. But, if I were a betting man, I’d wager that this one makes [...]

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