In the News: 2012-04-15

Written on:April 15, 2012
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Mac News: 645 PRO could be a “game changer” for many iPhone photographers
Following on from my last post, and developer Mike Hardaker being unfairly criticised over his use of the word “RAW” in 645 PRO’s pre release description, I decided to take the final release candidate for a spin today, and here are my thoughts on this new (yet to be released/approved) app.
Read full story => iPhoneography

Technology News: Game time: Oracle, Google set to face off over Android
On Monday, Google will finally get a chance to defend Android–the leading mobile operating system in the world, the linchpin of its mobile strategy and a lightning rod for criticism–in open court against those who charge Google has stolen its way into the smartphone market, as Oracle’s lawsuit against the company finally comes to trial. Here’s what you need to know:
Read full story => Gigaom

Programming News: Successful GitHub Development
I’ve been using GitHub for several years now, and it has drastically changed my development workflow, mindset, and collaboration efforts. Over the time I’ve used GitHub, I’ve contributed to many projects, started many of my own, and had the opportunity to interact with a wide range of developers (from novices to professionals).
Read full story => Randall Degges

Other News: Best Buy details its 50 big box store shutdowns in the US, most will close by May 12th
We knew Best Buy planned to close 50 of its big box retail locations by the end of its 2013 fiscal year, and now (just days after Mike Mikan took the CEO-reigns from Brian Dunn) it’s detailed all of the stores that’ll be getting the boot. As it stands, two locations have already been shut down, with six others set to close before the year is out — and the company hopes to clear out the remaining 42 before May 12th.
Read full story => Engadget

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