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Apple’s new iPhones: How the 5S and 5C stack up against the competition

Apple’s new iPhones: How the 5S and 5C stack up against the competition | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it
Let’s see how the 5S and the 5C stack up against Moto X, Galaxy S4 and others on the market.
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How to bring iOS apps back to your home screen - USA TODAY

How to bring iOS apps back to your home screen - USA TODAY | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it
How to bring iOS apps back to your home screen
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The most likely scenario starts when you tap and hold an app's icon for about a second — easy enough to do by mistake.
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End to EU internet equality? Draft regulation allows telecoms sell higher speeds - RT (blog)

End to EU internet equality? Draft regulation allows telecoms sell higher speeds - RT (blog) | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it
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End to EU internet equality? Draft regulation allows telecoms sell higher speeds
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The EU is going to abandon its net neutrality policy which meant all videos, articles or web pages got the same amount of bandwidth.
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A Brief Analysis of the Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom ...

A Brief Analysis of the Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom ... | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it
The past couple of years have seen a growing interest in Internet regulation developed in a multistakeholder environment. From Brazil to Jordan, such participatory processes have yielded mixed results, but around the world, ...
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App #45: Test Producer [Promo Codes Available!] - TeachingwithiPad.org

App #45: Test Producer [Promo Codes Available!] - TeachingwithiPad.org | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it

"Test Producer ($9.99, but 50% off this summer at only $4.99USD) is a solid and robust iPad app that allows educators to create (paper) quizzes and tests directly from their iPads. This app is another way that we can be less reliant on our PCs, and shows that iPads can indeed be a creation device."


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Learning Javascript with Object Graphs (Part II)

Learning Javascript with Object Graphs (Part II) | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it

The first article using graphs to describe JavaScript semantics was so popular that I've decided to try the technique with some more advanced ideas. In this article I'll explain three common techniques for creating objects. They are constructor with prototype, pure prototypal, and object factory.

My goal is that this will help people understand the strengths and weaknesses of each technique and understand what's really going on.


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See The 10 States With The Fastest Internet Connections : NPR

See The 10 States With The Fastest Internet Connections  : NPR | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it
Vermont, New Hampshire and Delaware top the list of states with fastest average connection speeds, according to the latest Akamai State of the Internet report.
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Chrome: For Mom (Mom!)

One browser for your laptop, phone, and tablet -- for the moments you get interrupted. Learn more at http://google.com/chrome.
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How Tablets Have Changed Publishing

How Tablets Have Changed Publishing | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it

...The company is finding that the most popular content for tablets depends on the title. Golf Digest sees great success with video. Generally speaking, long-form editorial content like actual stories, video and slideshows do well across the board because the tablet is a lean-back device, where consumers aren’t looking for short snippets of content like they are on a mobile phone, for example.

 

“If you look at the time of day with highest tablet usage it’s usually during prime time or on the weekends,” Reynolds said. “That’s why we are developing tablet-specific content to fit that different mindset. We’re not worried about tablet usage cannibalizing Web usage because Web, tablet and mobile, are all part of a complementary ecosystem.”

 

Reynold’s said that the biggest opportunity for Conde Nast in the tablet space is the amount of data is has on subscribers. It gives the publisher a look at the preferences that people have for content and advertising on specific devices and Conde Nast can optimize based on that.


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Lee ZongHan's curator insight, June 26, 2013 9:38 AM

This is my insight using the see,think,wonder. This article is about a tablet devices like the iPad have been a game-changer for the publishing industry. The challenge with tablets is that they’re so new to the market. I can see that companies like '' Apple '' is trying to bring technology to a whole new level. I think that tablet will do well in this generation as the tablet is a lean-back device, where consumers aren’t looking for short snippets of content like they are on a mobile phone, for example. It is also portable, light and easy to bring around. I wonder that if there is no tablet invented, people can't do their work outside anywhere and have to bring a laptop along which is more troublesome. In my conclusion, tablets have change the world's techonology.

Lim Jun Heng's curator insight, June 29, 2013 9:09 AM

This is my insight using see-think-wonder. I can tell from this article that the tablets are rapidly taking over our daily lives. People used to read newspapers can now read them on tablets. This not only saves paper but also money. Companies now have to find interesting ways to communicate to the public through the web. Technology is advancing so fast that I think in a few years time tablets will no longer be the latest craze and be taken over by something else. I wonder what if tablet is no longer this useful and something in the future take over the jobs of the current tablets? Will the companies have to rack their brains for new ideas? 

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Apple Conspired To Set E-Book Prices, Judge Rules | NPR

Apple Conspired To Set E-Book Prices, Judge Rules | NPR | "Technē Art" | Scoop.it

Apple Inc. "conspired to raise the retail price of e-books," a federal judge ruled Wednesday as a civil lawsuit brought by the Justice Department reached its conclusion.

 

As , "the U.S. sued Apple and five publishers in April 2012, claiming the maker of the iPad pushed publishers to sign agreements letting it sell digital copies of their books under what's known as the agency model. Under that model, publishers, and not retailers, set prices for each book, with Apple getting 30 percent."

 

In December 2011, news editor Sarah Weinman from Publishers Marketplace . From an "investigative body's standpoint," she noted, "just the very idea that there could be this uniform price might send up some red flags."

 

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