Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Apple's iPhone 5 battery conundrum

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Could the iPhone 5 push Li-Ion batteries to their limit?

While transistor densities have obeyed Moore's law in keep increasing geometrically, this has put pressure on Li-Ion technology which stubbornly refuses to improve. Read more

Resource of the day

Remote support for PCs, Macs and Smartphones

You need the ability to support users on today's most popular platforms -- including iPhones and iPads. LogMeIn Rescue can help. Test drive LogMeIn Rescue for free and start providing complete on-demand remote support to customers and colleagues.


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Manage the Google Play Store on your new Android mobile

Jack Wallen looks at some of the differences in the Google Play Store on newer Android phones that come with Ice Cream Sandwich preinstalled. Read more

Delight Android users with your app's design

When you're designing an Android app, Tim Mackenzie warns against just grabbing the iOS design and making a few tweaks. Read more

Welcome to iOS App Builder

Learn the ins and outs of how Apple iOS App development is done by the experts. Read more

A new way to X-Ray your Android device for privilege escalation threats

Your Android device might have vulnerabilities you can't see, but help is on the way today with X-Ray. Michael Kassner introduces this new security tool and gets the inside scoop from its creators. Read more

Posts from ZDNet

 

Seidio kickstand cases for the Galaxy S III and HTC One X (review)

One thing I enjoyed about my HTC EVO 4G was the integrated kickstand. With high end media devices like the Galaxy S III and HTC One X I wanted to find a way to prop them up and enjoy movies and these Seidio cases provide this capability. Read more

iPhone 5 dock connector is set to shrink: report

There are both advantages and disadvantages to Apple dumping the existing 30-pin connector in favor of a smaller 19-pin dock connector. Read more

Cheap and easy ways for Microsoft to give Metro apps a boost

Microsoft needs to get people into its app store and get them downloading apps. The best way to do this would be to give all Windows 8 users some complementary credits to spend in the store. Read more

Box rolls out Windows Phone app, bolsters Qualcomm ties

For Box customers, Windows Phone is the No. 3 platform -- at least in terms of interest. Read more


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7 Time Saving File Management Tips

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Chrome Web Lab: Robot artists, internet orchestras and teleporters

Google's new exhibition at the Science Museum in London features five web-controlled experiments ranging from robots that draw on sand to an invisible internet orchestra. View on site

Five handy apps for downloading YouTube videos

A number of easy-to-use tools are available that let you download YouTube videos for offline viewing. Here are five worth checking out. View on site



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