Friday, December 30, 2011

Apple?s Terrific And Tumultuous 2011

118931_Papel-de-Parede-Apple-Logo-Colorido_1920x1200It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... Those words seem to encapsulate Apple's 2011 perfectly. The year saw the company both became the most valuable company in the world and lose its founder, savior, visionary, and leader. Earlier, Erick published his roundup of the bigger stories and themes in tech this year. Topping that list is the passing of Steve Jobs, a story so big that it far transcended typical tech news. But even without that sad news, 2011 was all about Apple. There was certainly enough news to constitute its own roundup. So here we go.


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Thursday, December 29, 2011

What to Get with Your Returned Gift Store Credit: Target Edition [Toolkit]

Your relatives are lovely. Really, they are. But some of their gifts might have sent you poking around for a gift receipt. You know, in case this isn't quite my size. Here's the best stuff you can get at Target on your return visit. More »


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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Cricket-Sri Lanka 289-7 v South Africa - close

DURBAN, South Africa | Mon Dec 26, 2011 3:36pm GMT

DURBAN, South Africa Dec 26 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka were 289 for seven after the first day of the second test against South Africa at Kingsmead on Monday.

Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat first.

Scores: Sri Lanka 289-7 v South Africa (T.Samaraweera 86 not out, D. Chandimal 58; M. de Lange 4-60)


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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda of Japan Visits Beijing

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Packers lead Bears 28-10 after third quarter (AP)

GREEN BAY, Wis. ? Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes, Clay Matthews made a critical interception to stop a drive, and the Green Bay Packers led the rival Chicago Bears 28-10 after three quarters on Sunday night.

With the Packers nursing a four-point lead, and the Lambeau Field crowd nervously quiet early in the third quarter, Rodgers found Jordy Nelson for a 55-yard touchdown pass to give the Packers a 21-10 lead.

Chicago came into Sunday on a four-game losing streak and beset by injuries. But the Bears were able to stay in the game with solid defense and tough running by third-string running back Kahlil Bell, who had 89 yards on 14 carries in the first half.

With the Bears trailing 14-3 at halftime, quarterback Josh McCown found Earl Bennett wide open for a 49-yard gain to set up first-and-goal on the 1. Bell fumbled just short of the goal line on the next play but offensive lineman Edwin Williams recovered the ball for a touchdown, and the Bears cut the lead to 14-10.

Rodgers answered by dropping deep and throwing a rainbow pass to Nelson, who blew past Bears safety Major Wright and hauled in the ball for the long touchdown.

Rodgers then showed his running ability on the Packers' next possession, juking his way between Bears linebackers Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs on a scramble. Rodgers finished the drive with a 7-yard touchdown to James Jones, giving the Packers a commanding 28-10 lead.

Packers safety Charlie Peprah came up with an interception, and the Packers were driving again at the end of the third quarter.

Rodgers started the game quickly, driving the Packers 80 yards on their first possession and finishing with a 2-yard touchdown to Jermichael Finley.

Finley had three touchdown catches in the Packers' 27-17 victory at Chicago on Sept. 25, but was coming off a rough outing in Green Bay's loss at Kansas City a week ago.

Playing with a patchwork offensive line because of injuries, the Packers used their no-huddle offense and bootlegs by Rodgers to keep the Bears' pass rush off balance early.

The Bears responded with a run-heavy drive featuring Bell, who started with Matt Forte and Marion Barber out injured. Chicago drove into Green Bay territory, but then committed back-to-back penalties. Robbie Gould missed a 49-yard field goal wide right.

The Packers' offense slowed down from there, and some more hard runs by Bell had the Bears threatening to score again early in the second quarter. Matthews picked McCown's pass out of the air for an interception on a second-and-5 play at the Green Bay 22, ending the drive.

Chicago then put together another drive behind the running of Bell and Armando Allen, and Gould hit a 35-yard field goal to cut the lead to 7-3 with 1:56 left in the half.

The Packers then shook off their offensive struggles in the two-minute drill as Rodgers threw a 32-yard pass to Jones, a 17-yard pass to Nelson and an 11-yard pass to set up the short touchdown to Jones.

Green Bay came into Sunday night's game playing for the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs. The Packers could clinch home-field advantage by beating Chicago on Sunday night or by beating Detroit in next Sunday's regular season finale at Lambeau Field, or if San Francisco loses at St. Louis next week.

The Packers were without three of their top four tackles on the offensive line.

Chad Clifton returned to practice this week after sitting out since October because of hamstring and back injuries, but isn't ready to play. Bryan Bulaga was inactive Sunday because of a left knee sprain, and backup Derek Sherrod is out for the season with a broken right leg.

Green Bay also was missing wide receiver Greg Jennings, because of a sprained left knee, and defensive lineman Ryan Pickett because of a concussion.

The Bears have lost four straight games since losing quarterback Jay Cutler to a broken right thumb in a Nov. 20 victory over San Diego. Chicago was 7-3 after that win, but came into Sunday's game barely hanging onto a chance to make the playoffs.

Chicago would be eliminated with a loss Sunday night.

The Bears started McCown on Sunday after backup Caleb Hanie struggled to fill in for Cutler. McCown's most recent start came with the Oakland Raiders on Dec. 23, 2007. He was completely out of the NFL last season.

To make matters worse for the Bears' offense, Barber was inactive because of a calf injury and was listed as doubtful going into the game. Chicago already was without Forte, who missed his third straight game because of a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee.

Chicago did have Devin Hester, who was active despite an ankle injury.

The Packers were trying for their fourth win over the Bears in 2011. Green Bay beat Chicago in the 2010 regular-season finale, the NFC Championship game, and at Soldier Field on Sept. 25.


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Monday, December 26, 2011

BorowitzReport: ROME: Pope Addresses Thousands Shaken by Tebow Loss #pope #Tebow #broncos #NFL #Rome #god #Christmas #xmas

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"Here's Why The Apple TV Might Be Awesome And Google TV Will Continue To Suck..." Business Insider 12:40 PM
  • "Apple picks up legal win, a chip company, and a Grammy"?CNET News?8:16 AM
  • "iOS users rule mobile shopping, spend 19% more than Androids"?Electronista?8:22 AM
  • "iOS Dominates 92% of Mobile Shopping Market"?MacTrast?8:28 AM
  • "Android, iOS Squeezing Out Blackberry, Windows Phone"?eWeek?8:36 AM
  • "No winner in Android v iPhone 2011 marathon"?The Register?12/23
  • "The year in review: Apple loses an icon"?V3?12/23
  • "iPad Usage Patterns On-the-Go and at Work" ["Although satisfaction scores were slightly lower than those from our first survey, respondents are still very satisfied with their iPads. The small change in satisfaction may have been affected by owners of the original iPad. These owners may have had a longer duration to interact with their device, allowing them discover more issues."]?Software Usability Research Laboratory?12/23
  • "Real World iPad Usage Patterns At Home, On-the-Go And At Work ? 84 Percent Satisfied"?MacPrices?12/23
  • "Apple Has More Online Shoppers Than Walmart: Tech Maker's Traffic Trumps That of World's Largest Retailer in November"?Advertising Age?12/23
  • "Apple Had More Web Traffic Than Wal-Mart in November"?AllThingsD?12/23
  • "10 ways Steve Jobs changed the world: There may never be another chief executive like him. Apple's former CEO and co-founder transformed the world's relationship with technology: forever." [Slideshow]?Fortune?12/23

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  • "Reg review of 2011: Jobs, floaters and 90,000 tons of radioactive water"?The Register?8:17 AM
  • "Apple's Grand Central public toilet distortion field"?Fortune?8:18 AM
  • "iMAME app gets pulled from iTunes app store"?Engadget?8:22 AM
  • "iMame arcade emulator yanked from the App Store"?TiPb?8:27 AM
  • "Apple's TV spots featuring Santa Claus using his iPhone's Siri is named the No.1 holiday ad for 2011"?New York Daily News?12/23
  • "Apple's Santa TV spot deemed best ad of holiday season"?AppleInsider?12/23
  • "Technology predictions for 2012: The birth of Apple TV and failure of Google+ are among the technology team's predictions for 2012"?Telegraph?12/23
  • "Hackers intercept iPhone crash Reports"?GMA News?12/23
  • "Study: Apple's iPhone, iPad account for 90 percent of mobile purchases"?GigaOM?12/23
  • "Apple's iPad still beating Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet in sales"?Washington Post [Free Registration Required]?12/23
  • "Apple Flexes Bargaining Power With Carriers For Fat iPhone Margins"?Forbes?12/23
  • "Apple iPad and ebook readers again define the year on The Mobile Gadgeteer"?ZDNet?12/23
  • "Sejm wants to buy 500 tablets. The savings: Seimas closed the tender for the purchase of tablets for Members. Poland is one of the first countries in Europe, where the iPad will be the official instrument of lawmaking."?Google Polish-to-English: wyborcza?12/23
  • "Video: Steve Jobs on TV's go-to-market problem/He laid out the reasons NOT to build an Apple television at All Things D in 2010"?Fortune?12/23
  • "Peek Into Store's Wi-Fi Network Finds 335 Devices"?ifoAppleStore?12/23
  • "Arcade emulator MAME slips under Apple radar"?The Register?12/23
  • "Lost iPhone? iMessages might be sent to new 'owner'"?CBS?12/23
  • "Every 60 seconds: Apple sells 925 iPhones, 2 million people watch online porn, more"?BGR?12/23
  • "iPhone Case Gift Guide: A Case to Suit Any Personality" [Slideshow]?Techland?12/23
  • "NORAD brings Santa -- and elf tossing -- to iPads, iPhones, Android devices"?Network World?12/23
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  • "GoDaddy Drops SOPA Support, But Not As Such"?TidBITS?12/23
  • "The CIO's lament: 20-something techies who quit after 1 year/Harry Fox Agency's IT chief discusses how hard it is to retain younger IT professionals, especially Java programmers"?Network World?12/23
  • "Razer Delays Gaming Laptop -- But Sweetens Release"?PCWorld?12/23
  • "No Ice Cream Sandwich For Galaxy S And Galaxy Tab, Says Samsung"?TechCrunch?12/23
  • "Republic Wireless Scraps Data Restrictions"?PCWorld?12/23
  • "RIM Counters Charge of 'Lying' About BlackBerry 10 Delay"?PC Magazine?12/23
  • "Insurance Against Cyber Attacks Expected to Boom"?New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required]?12/23
  • "Facebook fails to deliver on 'social shopping' this holiday season"?Financial Times [Free Registration Required]?12/23
  • "With Home Entertainment Sales Spiraling Downward, Movie Studios Turn to UltraViolet"?Forbes?12/23
  • "Raspberry Pi ?16 computer project nears lift-off"?ZDNet UK?12/23
  • "Bare bones Raspberry Pi PC gets ready to launch"?BBC?12/23
  • "In Japan, seat sensors that can recognize you"?CNET News?12/23
  • "AU Optronics taps display chief Peng president"?MarketWatch?12/23
  • "Say goodbye to Google's App Inventor: Google has reminded its users that the flagship platform to allow anyone to create an Android app will permanently shut down at the end of the year."?TG Daily?12/23
  • "Here Comes Google's Christmas (Er, Holiday) Greetings"?AllThingsD?12/23
  • "Retailers Try to Thwart Price Apps"? [Paid Membership Required]?12/23
  • " Facial recognition for the masses"?CNNMoney?12/23
  • "Gear Guide: Products we'd like to see"?Macworld?8:41 AM
  • "Gene Steinberg meets cutting-edge commentator Daniel Eran Dilger and Laptop magazine's Avram Piltch this week on The Tech Night Owl LIVE"?The Tech Night Owl LIVE?12/23
  • "Selena Gomez talks tech with TUAW"?TUAW?12/23

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  • "iOS, Android reach 55% penetration with US installed base of 109M"?AppleInsider?12/23
  • "Remains of the Day: The future is hazy"?Macworld?12/23
  • "iOS dominates mobile shopping with 92% of market"?AppleInsider?12/23
  • "Steve Jobs riffs on the Library of Congress, education and 'bicycle for our mind"?FairerPlatform?12/23
  • "Steve Jobs Rendered on an Apple IIC (Video)"?MacTrast?12/23
  • "Apple at the retail crossroads: Question now is about growth in the store business"?MarketWatch?12/23
  • "Here's Why The Apple TV Might Be Awesome And Google TV Will Continue To Suck..."?Business Insider?12/23
  • "Mozilla Firefox, Apple: Hot Trends" [Video Report]?TheStreet?12/23
  • "Did Smartphones kill the Point-and-Shoot?"?PCWorld?12/23
  • "The Macalope Daily: The ghost of Apple future"?Macworld [Insider Content]?12/23
  • "How U.S. Carriers Fool You Into Thinking Your iPhone 4S Is Unlocked"?The Motley Fool?12/23
  • "Louis CK makes million, gives it away"?Tech.Blorge?12/23
  • "Programming resources for kids 101"?ZDNet?12/23
  • "No real surprise, Samsung not upgrading Galaxy S to Ice Cream Sandwich"?ZDNet?12/23
  • "Dropbox 2.0: Still the best choice for students?"?ZDNet?12/23
  • "Last Minute Geek Gift Ideas"?Wired?12/23
  • "Top 10 tech shocks of 2011"?V3?12/23
  • "At CES, Everyone's a Keynoter"?Techland?12/23
  • "Make room, internet, there's another 5 million domains to fit in: .com and .de top the charts in Q3 figures"?The Register?12/23
  • "Cheating Spreads Like Infections In Online Mulitplayer Games: If you have friends who cheat, you are more likely to become a cheater, according to computer scientists who say this can be used to label you as a potential cheater"?Technology Review?12/23
  • "Have a White Christmas With Google Maps, YouTube"?PC Magazine?12/23
  • "Best gameplay of 2011" [Video Report]?MSNBC?12/23
  • "10 nightmares traveling with tech -- and how to prevent them"?InfoWorld?12/23
  • "Mozilla's 3 bold bets to keep the Web open: Google's latest agreement with Mozilla will ironically fund three new areas of competition between Google and Mozilla"?InfoWorld?12/23
  • "Why Deus Ex: Human Revolution is My Game of the Year"?Forbes?12/23
  • "BlackBerry Bold 9900: The swan song of a standard/The last BlackBerry using the historic OS adds touch, but otherwise is the BlackBerry you've long known and perhaps loved"?InfoWorld?12/23
  • "Holiday Fun With Personal Collaboration: Use your free time to explore new consumer-driven products--and maybe pick up some valuable IT skills."?InformationWeek?12/23
  • "Is Yahoo Finally Coming Back To Its Long-Lost Senses?"?Forbes?12/23
  • "5 reasons to be optimistic about technology innovation in the year ahead"?ZDNet?12/23
  • "Dear Google: Please, Please, Please Invest More Money In Google Apps..."?Business Insider?12/23
  • "FAQ: So What's Up With These 'White Spaces,' Anyway?"?AllThingsD?12/23
  • "He Sees You When You're Chatting, He Knows When You've Been Tagged [Comic]?Mashable?8:27 AM
  • "Apple iMac Quad-Core i5 Desktop with 21.5' LED Display"?woot!?8:20 AM
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Sunday, December 25, 2011

Report: Chinese activist charged with subversion (AP)

BEIJING ? A veteran Chinese activist has been charged with subversion, a human rights group said Saturday, after another dissident was jailed for nine years in a crackdown aimed at preventing Arab Spring-style democratic uprisings.

Chen Xi was arrested Nov. 29 and charged Friday in the southern province of Guizhou, the Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy said. The Hong Kong-based center said Chen, who left prison in 2005 after serving a 10-year sentence, was accused of writing 30 essays that incited subversion.

A man who answered the phone at the Guiyang Intermediate People's Court said he had no information about the case.

On Friday, activist Chen Wei was sentenced to nine years, also on subversion charges.

Communist leaders launched a sweeping effort to crush dissent early this year in response to anonymous online calls urging Chinese to imitate protests that toppled governments in North Africa and the Middle East.

Human rights activists have criticized the ruling party's use of vague subversion laws to jail its critics. Authorities began using the subversion law against activists after repealing a widely criticized law on counterrevolutionary activities.

Chen Xi, 57, was active in the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests and was sentenced to three years in prison, the Information Center said in a statement. It said he was jailed for 10 years in 1995 on charges of counterrevolutionary offenses.

After his release, Chen was the first activist to sign the Charter 08 manifesto calling for an end to one-party rule and advocating democratic reforms, according to the Information Center.

The charter's co-author, Liu Xiaobo, who also is imprisoned on subversion charges, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize last year for his pro-democracy activism.

Also this week, a government conference on politics and law called for a struggle against "hostile forces at home and abroad" and "illegal religious activities" next year, according to the Information Center, which is run by a mainland activist who lives in Hong Kong.

"Human rights conditions will continue to worsen next year," the Information Center said.

China's communist leadership was spooked early this year when online messages called for a Chinese "Jasmine Revolution," the name of the uprising in Tunisia.

Even though few outright demonstrators responded to the protest calls, China launched one of its broadest campaigns of repression in years, rounding up dozens of bloggers, lawyers and intellectuals. Most have since been released.

Others rounded up include Beijing activist Wang Lihong, who was sentenced to nine months in jail in September for staging a protest on behalf of other activists, and Yang Qiuyu, a Beijing activist who was sentenced to two years of re-education through labor.

Chen Wei's sentence appears to be the heaviest meted out in the crackdown, said Wang Songlian, a researcher with Chinese Human Rights Defenders, a Hong Kong-based advocacy group.

On Saturday, the European Union ambassador to Beijing, Markus Ederer, expressed concern about the sentence.

"The delegation of the European Union to China is deeply concerned by news of the disproportionate sentence handed down to democracy activist Chen Wei," Ederer said. "The EU firmly upholds freedom of expression as a universal human right and we encourage political debate rather than the use of criminal law as a means to resolve diverging political opinions."

Chen Wei, 42, previously served time for participating in the 1989 protests and was sentenced to five years in 1994 for "counterrevolutionary propaganda and incitement."

Amnesty International called for Chen Wei's release, saying his sentence was "clearly retaliation" for his criticism of the Communist Party.


Associated Press writer Gillian Wong contributed.


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Saturday, December 24, 2011

Google deal scores Mozilla $300m per year

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