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November 2011

Dear Steve Jobs: Apple Founder’s Greatest Email Hits Collected in Ebook


An ebook released Tuesday takes an inside look at the email correspondence of Apple founder Steve Jobs. “Letters to Steve: Inside the Email Inbox of Apple’s Steve Jobs” ($2.99), by CNN technology writer Mark Milian, explores how the tech innovator fielded emails... Continue Reading →

Facebook Canada Hosts Youth Focused Hack-a-thon


Hack-a-thons are becoming popular ways to get a massive group of hackers together for a manic, usually overnight blitz to code something cool. Hack for a Cause is one of the newest to apply that Red Bull-fueled creativity to social... Continue Reading →

Apple on Track to Be the World’s No. 1 PC Vendor Next Year [STUDY]


 Apple‘s long climb back from the margins of the PC industry will culminate in world domination next year, according to one researcher — but only if you consider the iPad a PC. Canalys is projecting that Apple will overtake Hewlett-Packard as the... Continue Reading →

WordPress 3.3: The 11 Most Important New Features


Brian Casel is the founder of CasJam Media, a web design shop that works with clients worldwide designing custom WordPress CMS sites. Connect with Brian on Twitter@CasJam. For those of us who work with WordPress every day, it has been exciting to watch... Continue Reading →

Galaxy DNA-Analysis Software Is Now Available ‘in the Cloud’


Galaxy -- an open-source, web-based platform for data-intensive biomedical and genetic research -- is now available as a "cloud computing" resource. A team of researchers including Anton Nekrutenko, an associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Penn State University;... Continue Reading →

Data Transmission for the Internet of Tomorrow


Electrical engineers in Bochum have succeeded in developing a new concept for ultrafast semiconductor lasers. The researchers make clever use of the intrinsic angular momentum of electrons, called spin, to successfully break the previous speed barriers. The new spin lasers... Continue Reading →

How the world is learning to speak in tweets


 We all know the Internet is becoming less of an American (and Anglo) playpen, and now there's a graphic representation to illustrate that fast-evolving story. Google includes code in its Chrome browser that can determine the language of a Web... Continue Reading →

FBI investigates grade change hacking at Santa Clara


A Twitter post from an undergraduate student at Santa Clara University has prompted the school to acknowledge that it asked the FBI to investigate how a few dozen grades were electronically altered. Mark Loiseau, 25, a senior electrical engineering student,... Continue Reading →

With Timeline, Facebook Bids To Reinvent The Social Biography


As a Harvard buddy of Mark Zuckerberg, Samuel Lessin had early access to Facebook in 2004. The then-nascent web site instantly became a part of his life. “The sum of those conversations was how I expressed myself,” he says, “it’s... Continue Reading →

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