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How advancing technology allows for too much miscommunication
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How Do Parents Feel About Technology in the Classroom (RT @MfgStories: How Do Parents Feel About Technology in the #Classroom http://t.co/boKE0YQzCx #Manufacturing #Education #STEM #Mechantronics)...

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Apple offers additional details on Touch ID, iPhone 5s won't store fingerprint images

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Touch ID is a new security feature built into the home button of the iPhone 5s, designed to allow users to unlock their phones and authorize iTunes purchases with a finger scan. Amid fears about the security of Apple's new Touch ID fingerprint sensor, an Apple spokesman has told The Wall Street Journal that the phone will only store the data used to recognize fingerprints, rather than actual images.


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robyns tut's comment, September 15, 2013 1:56 PM
this article shows how fast technology is advancing and this added security measure will perhaps help reduce the amount of phone theft; especially if more articles are written on the topic as it will make the public aware of this new design. -shannon wilson
Hyphenet Inc.'s comment, September 27, 2013 3:50 PM
I thought it was already hacked the day after it came out...http://pogue.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/26/the-iphone-5ss-fingerprint-scanner-was-hacked-but-im-not-worried/
robyns tut's comment, September 29, 2013 8:32 AM
wow, technology is expanding so fast. this is a great feature as is serves a =s a security mechanism and thus, allowing only you to have access to your device. im not sure how thiefs with make use of this phone once they have stolen it, because it will be utterly useless, so this could be a good thing, maybe they wont even bother taking someone elses phone as it will never be able to be used without the persons fingerprint. Cayleigh Fourie
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Obama Blames Technology for Job Failure--Again - Conservative Byte

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Obama Blames Technology for Job Failure--Again (RT @Imadancer821: Obama Blames Technology for Job Failure--Again - Conservative Byte http://t.co/B9PzOWOR0j via @conservativebyt)...
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Apple Unveils The iPhone 5S

Apple Unveils The iPhone 5S | Technology and Miscommunication | Scoop.it

World, prepare yourself for the next-generation iPhone.

The iPhone 5S is almost entirely redesigned on the inside, with the most notable change coming in the form of a new A7 processor. The A7 Apple-built ARM CPU will have a native 64-bit kernel, libraries and drivers. The tech specs seem quite impressive: 2x general purpose registers, 2x floating point registers, over 1 billion transistors and 100 square mm die size.

 

In fact, it has twice the transistors as the A6 at roughly the same size. Still, the processor will run 32-bit and 64-bit apps.

 

According to Apple, the processor is more than twice as fast as the A6, with a 40x CPU performance bump. Graphics are said to be 56x faster.

 

The phone also has a brand new part called the M7, which is a motion sensor. It works alongside the A7 to continuously monitor motion from the gyroscope, accelerometer, and compass. This is meant to usher in a new generation of health and fitness apps, notes Phil Schiller, who mentioned that Nike would be building a new app leveraging this new architecture.

 
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