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In the News: 2012-11-22

Written on:November 22, 2012
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Apple News: Consumer Reports: Apple still tops in reliability
The Consumer Reports cover story looked at best brands in electronics. The reliability section was based on Consumer Reports’ annual Product Reliability Survey, and reported on computers from Acer, Apple, Dell, eMachines, Gateway, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Sony and Toshiba.
Read full story => ZDNet

Technology News: European Parliament Passes Resolution Against ITU Asserting Control Over Internet
Today, the European Parliament passed a resolution that condemns the upcoming attempt from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to assert control over the Internet, and instructed its 27 Member States to act accordingly. This follows an attempt from the ITU to assert itself as the governing body and control the Internet. The Pirate Party was one of the parties drafting the resolution.
Read full story => falkvinge

Programming News: A Few New Things Coming To JavaScript
I believe the day-to-day practice of writing JavaScript is going to change dramatically for the better when ECMAScript.next arrives. The coming year is going to be an exciting time for developers as features proposed or finalised for the next versions of the language start to become more widely available.
Read full story => Addy Osmani

Photography News: Getting the Most Out of Common Digital Photograph File Formats
The photography has a treasure trove of digital resources at their disposal to ensure great electronic storage and great photographs. Digital cameras now have pixel depths to rival expensive manual cameras, and many of these digital cameras are available to the average consumer. Storing those photographs has also been made easy because of a convergence of camera technology with mobile devices, personal computers, and cell phones. The average consumer may not have a ready understanding of the ways in which digital photographs are stored and accessed on these devices, therefore it is important to look at file formats for digital images and see what that means for both quality of image and their use.
Read full story => photOpoly

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