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In the News: 2012-04-02

Written on:April 2, 2012
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Mac News: Thoughts on the new iPad
The new iPad has been out for nearly three weeks now, and most of the folks who are going to weigh in on the tablet, have. The Retina display looks great, and LTE is lightning-fast. But otherwise the consensus seems to be that it’s not much different than its predecessor.
Read full story => iDownloadBlog

Technology News: Cars in the Cloud: Trackable and Time-Stamped
Vehicle recorded data is signed with keyless signatures where its integrity remains tamper-evident as it moves from the vehicle to the cloud for storage and analysis. Photo: Courtesy of Crew.
Read full story => Wired

Programming News: Preserving The Internet… and Everything Else
In Preserving Our Digital Pre-History I nominated Jason Scott to be our generation’s digital historian in residence. It looks like a few people must have agreed with me, because in March 2011, he officially became an archivist at the Internet Archive.
Read full story => CodingHorror

Other News: Android Economics
Charles Arthur, writing for The Guardian, has noted that court filings seem to be revealing Google’s Android revenues. If this is the case, we have a significant breakthrough in understanding the economics of Android and the overall mobile platform strategy of Google.
Read full story => Asymco

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