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In the News: 2013-05-21

Written on:May 21, 2013
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Apple News: Apple Patents an Application to Turn Smartphone Flashes into Multiple Lighting Setups
Phoneography has jumped leaps and bounds in the past few years giving birth to many apps, blogs and even new photographers. The accessibility of capturing the world through one’s own every day life has never been greater. In fact, it has become the norm. When I see someone stop dead in their tracks to take a photo of something that inspired them, I don’t think twice anymore—I just move around them and go on my way.
Read full story => ResourceMagOnline

Technology News: Samsung tests 5G technology – But What Does It All Mean?
All the news and technology websites have been abuzz for the past few days with news that Samsung has been testing out new 5G mobile broadband communications which are capable of speeds hundreds of times faster than current download and browsing speeds offered by 3G and even the new 4G. But what will this powerful new era of mobile broadband mean for consumers?
Read full story => GeekNews

Programming News: A “FREE” Online Course: Programming the Web with Ruby
Registrations are now open for RubyLearning’s “Pay if you like”, online course on “Programming the Web with Ruby“. The first batch had over 2000 participants. Web-based applications offer many advantages, such as instant access, automatic upgrades, and opportunities for collaboration on a massive scale. However, creating Web applications requires different approaches than traditional applications and involves the integration of numerous technologies.
Read full story => RubyLearning

Photography News: Flickr gets overhauled with a new UI and 1TB free storage. For everyone!
Yahoo! sure has been busy, as the very same day as they announced their acquisition of Tumblr, Flickr got a major overhaul at a press event in New York City. The headlines; a brand new and much better looking UI and 1TB of storage. For free. For everyone. That’s right, 1TB.
Read full story => iMore

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