Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Apple to Hold Press Event on October 22nd to Unveil New iPads?

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Apple is planning to hold a special press event on Tuesday, October 22nd, according to AllThingsD. The company is expected to unveil a new iPad lineup and spend time on OS X Mavericks and the new Mac Pro.

The fifth generation iPad is expected to feature a thinner, lighter design akin to the iPad mini’s, and run Apple’s new 64-bit A7 chip. The fifth generation iPad is expected to feature a thinner, lighter design akin to the iPad mini’s and an improved camera. It will run Apple’s new 64-bit A7 chip. The second-generation iPad mini will be upgraded with a retina display and also see the A7 incorporated into its innards. It’s not clear whether Apple’s new iPads will feature the Touch ID fingerprint sensor that recently debuted on the iPhone 5s, though that has been rumored.

National Geographic Photographs Scotland With an iPhone 5s

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National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson left his Nikon behind to capture the aura of the Scottish Highlands with an iPhone 5s.

With intense use (I’ve made about 4,000 pictures in the last four days) I’ve discovered that the iPhone 5S is a very capable camera. The color and exposures are amazingly good, the HDR exposure feature does a stunningly good job in touch situations, the panorama feature is nothing short of amazing—seeing a panorama sweeping across the screen in real time is just intoxicating. Best of all it shoots square pictures natively, a real plus for me since I wanted to shoot for Instagram posting.

Obama Administration Denies Samsung Request to Veto ITC Import Ban

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Obama Administration Denies Samsung Request to Veto ITC Import Ban Tweet

Posted October 8, 2013 at 4:18pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 2357 views
The Obama Administration has denied Samsung's request to veto an import ban ordered by the ITC, reports Bloomberg. The administration vetoed a ban against Apple devices in August.

“After carefully weighing policy considerations, including the impact on consumers and competition, advice from agencies, and information from interested parties, I have decided to allow” the import ban to proceed, Obama’s designee, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, said in a statement.

Yahoo Mail App Gets Brand New Conversations View, Themes, 1TB of Storage

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The Yahoo Mail app has been updated with a brand new conversations view for those who prefer to view emails grouped in threads. Disposable email addresses, enhanced filters and automatic message forwarding are now available for everyone and Yahoo is offering 1TB (that’s 1,000 GBs) of storage, so you have ample space for all your emails and attachments.

Visually rich themes, including curated Flickr photos, can be selected for your browser, smartphone and tablet. Choose a new photo theme in one place, and it will apply across all your devices.

Stay connected
• Access your inbox in just one tap
• Receive automatic notifications for new messages
• Quickly scan messages in your inbox with continuous scroll

Message with ease
• Auto complete email addresses as you type
• Simply swipe left on any message in your inbox to delete, flag, move, mark as read and more
• Multi-select messages to organize your inbox faster

Get more done, faster
• Easily attach photos or take new ones while composing a message
• Preview photos attachments right in your email
• Search through all messages across all folders

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Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Claims Android is More Secure Than iPhone

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Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt claimed that Android is "more secure than the iPhone" at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo Monday.

Schmidt made his comments after Gartner's chief of research for mobility and communications, David Willis, explained to Schmidt that Android is not secure.

"If you polled many people in this audience they would say Google Android is not their principal platform... When you say Android, people say, wait a minute, Android is not secure."

Schmidt quickly replied: "Not secure? It's more secure than the iPhone."

Reportedly, the audience laughed at Schmidt's response, as he then explained that Android's billion-plus activations put it through vigorous security testing.

Android is often criticized as being a fragmented platform, and Schmidt was quick to shoot down. "With Android we have an agreement for vendors that you keep the Android stores compatible and that is a great breakthrough for Android," he said.

Schmidt closed with saying how users "will be happier with Gmail, Chrome and Android more than you can possibly imagine" and reiterated his belief that "Android is very secure."

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