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Next-Gen iMacs to Feature Retina Display?

Posted on 15/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

Visible iMac

Alongside mentions that the upcoming new MacBook Pro models would feature a Retina display, among other features, Apple’s next-gen iMac update is claimed to feature high resolution Retina displays as well

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Upcoming MacBook Pros to Feature Nvidia Graphics

Posted on 15/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

NVidia

There’s been a ton of news recently about the next-gen MacBook Pro, but new reports now claim to provide even more information, suggesting that Apple will move back to Nvidia graphics chips for the new units.

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Review: Trip to Worlds – A Mobile Travel App With a Social Twist

Posted on 14/05/2012 by Jim Gresham

TripToWorlds

As a trip journaling application with Facebook contact integration, the app allows users to keep track of previous trips to various countries and then encourages them to boast online to their less travelled friends. The developers consider the app a “mobile travel headquarters with a social twist.”

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Visualized: The Truth About Android Fragmentation

Posted on 14/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

Fractured Android Thumb

Just how big is the problem of Android fragmentation? In order to do thorough quality insurance, developers such as Animoco must test their apps on up to 400 separate devices!

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Apple Ranks Second in Online Shopper Satisfaction, Behind Only Amazon

Posted on 14/05/2012 by Chris Hauk

Apple Logo Store Thumb

Apple has ranked second in an online shopper survey conducted by research firm ForeSee. They scored an 85 percent customer satisfaction rating. Apple was in a tie for second with home shopping giant QVC. Both firms fell in behind the leader, Amazon, with a record 89 percent rating.

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Kaspersky to Analyze OS X Security at Apple’s Request

Posted on 14/05/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

Apple Security Hole

Apple’s been taking a fair amount of heat over security on OS X. While many of these concerns may not directly be due to security issues with OS X, digital security firm Kaspersky has been invited by Apple to analyze the security of OS X to identify areas for improvement.

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