Archive | December 11th, 2012

Adobe introduces Retina Display support for Photoshop and Illustrator

11. December 2012

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In a new update to both Photoshop  and Illustrator CS 6, Adobe has added Retina Display support. With this update, customers can see more detail in images, text, and in the Illustrator user interface when working on high-resolution displays, including the new Retina display available on MacBook Pro. The HiDPI feature in Illustrator is currently [...]

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Extensive interview with Google CEO Larry Page

11. December 2012

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Fortune has the tremendous scoop: I don’t know if this is unique at this time in this industry, but there are companies that are clearly competing with each other [Google, Apple  and Amazon], with completely different business models. I actually view that as a shame when you think about it that way. All the big technology [...]

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Nokia engineer demonstrates how to pirate games from Windows 8 store

11. December 2012

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What in the world is this Nokia engineer doing? Justin Angel, a Nokia engineer working on Windows Phone, has detailed how to compromise Windows 8 games revenue through in-app purchases. Angel highlights the Soulcraft Windows 8 game as an example of how Windows 8 users could potentially edit parts of a game to bypass having to pay [...]

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Customers are willing to pay a premium for an Apple HDTV – Survey

11. December 2012

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AppleInsider reports: The survey, by AlphaWise and Morgan Stanley, polled 1,568 heads of U.S. households regarding the “smart TV” market. It found that just 18 percent of homes have a smart TV, while 13 percent of respondents said they didn’t know whether their TV is considered “smart.”… “This suggests that Smart TVs currently available on [...]

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Microsoft doesn’t wanna pay Apple’s 30% gatekeeper fee

11. December 2012

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Apple and Microsoft are tussling over Apple’s 30% cut from in-app purchases. The NextWeb reports: The difficulty began when Microsoft rolled out the ability for SkyDrive users to purchase more storage space on the service. From that point, the company was not permitted to update its application in the iOS App Store. The reason? It [...]

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Yahoo has new mail

11. December 2012

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Will you check it out?

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