There are no active ads.

Advertisement

Stories You May Have Missed – January 31, 2011

by Jack McGrath | January 31, 2011January 31, 2011 9:57 pm PDT

1. Can Your iPhone Save Your Life?

There is no doubt that the iPhone has had a profound effect on the healthcare industry, implementing the smartphone in administrative and practical settings. The “Handyscope” is a peripheral accessory that will help doctors efficiently determine whether or not a patient is suffering from melanoma.

iPhone Diagnosis Skin Disease

2. Android in the Lead

While it might be surprising, Android has overtaken Symbian to become the best-selling smartphone platform, conquering the iPhone and RIM devices, and with the arrival of Honeycomb, there is no doubt that Google is going to get a piece of the tablet pie in the near future.

Android Now World’s Best-Selling Smartphone Platform
Android Tablets Eat Away At iPad Market Share
Dell Streak 7 Launching February 2nd
Motorola Atrix 4G Dock Priced At $60
Motorola XOOM Superbowl Ad Takes Shot At Apple

3. Optimus 3D Leaks Out

We’ve gotten a look at the glasses free 3D phone that LG has been developing, which has been come to be known as the LG Optimus 3G. According to initial reports, the device will feature a 4.3-inch touchscreen and dual-core processor.

LG Optimus 3D Handset Picture Leaks

4. Google Goes to the Cloud

It is rare that some ideas work very well in the technology industry that major competitors adopt similar model. Apple’s AirPrint technology is one of these rare systems, which Google has decided to emulate through Google Cloud Print.

Google Launches Cloud Printing for iOS

5. Facebook on Your Blog

Rumors are swirling around that Facebook will be allowing web developers to use a commenting system based off of Facebook’s architecture, allowing for greater social exposure.

Facebook May Run Commenting On Your Favorite Blogs

6. Amazon Insecure?

A recently discovered security flaw within Amazon’s password ecosystem is potentially harmful to many users, as passwords beyond 8 characters can be easily cracked. Will there be a permanent solution? Check the link below for the details.

Amazon Suffers Password Security Flaw


Jack McGrath

Rooted in his childhood obsession with dismantling and reassembling gizmos and gadgets around the house, Jack McGrath's knowledge of programming,...

Advertisement