Technology – 11 December 2012

FTC looks at mobile apps firms over child privacy concerns

Written by Cecilia Kang, Published on The Washington Post

Hundreds of popular smartphone and tablet apps aimed at children are collecting personal data and sharing it without informing parents, a new federal study said Monday.

Apple redraws maps after Australian drivers led astray in the bush

Written by Charles Arthur, Published on The Guardian

Mildura police issue warning after motorists lose way in scorching temperatures because town misplaced on Apple Maps

IBM, Intel face off at 22 nm

Written by Rick Merritt, Published on EE Times

Intel and IBM went head-to-head with their latest 22-nm technologies in back-to-back papers at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) here Monday (Dec. 10).

Samsung Galaxy S3 Android Premium Suite Update Incoming: What Features Should You Expect? (VIDEO)

Written by James Paladino, Published on Latinos Post

Samsung has at last released a walkthrough of its upcoming Premium Suite Upgrade for its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3. While it’s unclear when exactly each carrier will make the new feature set available to users,

New ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch: a focus on gestures

Written by Liviu Oprescu, Published on PC World

Lenovo wants to make sure business laptop users are not left out of the Windows 8 touchscreen fray.

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