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Mobile Technology News, May 7, 2012

As developers for tablets and smartphones we like to keep abreast of the latest mobile technology developments . This is a daily digest of mobile development and related technology news gathered from the BBC, the New York Times, New Scientist and the Globe and Mail to name a few. We scour the web for articles concerning, iPhone, iPad and android development, iOS and android operating systems as well as general articles on advances in mobile technology. We hope you find this useful and that it helps to keep you up to date with the latest technology developments.

  • Adobe ships CS6 software; Creative Cloud imminent
    The Creative Suite 6 versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and all their companion apps are now for sale. Adobe’s subscription for them arrives Friday.
  • Seeking the Next Start-Up Hit
    The start-up scene is on fire, flooded with apps and services that are attracting users and backing from venture capitalists.

  • Lenovo breaks ground on $800M mobile devices facility
    Continuing its mobile-devices push, the world’s second-largest PC maker announces a new base in central China focused on research, production, and sales of smartphones and tablets.
  • Are Thunderstorms ‘Ozone Factories’?
    From Becky Oskin, OurAmazingPlanet Contributor Thunderstorms not only clobber the Earth’s surface with heavy rain and lightning, they also shake things up at cloud level….
  • Artificial quakes rock ‘hospital’
    Engineers in California unleash high-intensity artificial earthquakes on a five-storey building packed with medical equipment
  • VIDEO: Cybercrime warnings for India
    Cybercrime is a problem in developed countries and as the internet expands in emerging countries it’s opening up a new range of potential targets to cybercriminals.
  • Steve Rosenbaum: Will Associations Become Filters for Digital Overload?
    These groups of thought leaders are blogging, tweeting, meeting, and plugging in to social media with innovation and enthusiasm that in many ways surpasses many of the media organizations that I know well.
  • Did Apple settle on Plan B for the third-generation iPad?
    Apple may have had designs on a thinner tablet for what arrived as the new iPad. If only it could have gotten hold of the display technology that it really wanted.
  • The Baffling Mystery That Is Amazon.com
    A couple months ago, realizing it would be futile to hold out any longer against the tsunami of pop cultural peer pressure, I decided to…
  • How to Muddy Your Tracks on the Internet
    It’s probably impossible to cloak your online activities fully, but there are steps you can take to make them harder to follow.

  • For Craftsmen, Craigslist Is A Slender Lifeline
    With few places to turn, construction workers have colonized Craigslist as the cyberspace equivalent of the street corner or the Home Depot parking lot….
  • Date Set For 1st Private Cargo Run To Space Station
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A private U.S. company has set a new date for launching a cargo ship to the International Space Station. Space Exploration…
  • Apple Seeks to Gain Control of iPhone5.com Domain
    While there has been much debate about whether Apple will refer to the next-generation iPhone as “iPhone 5”, “iPhone 6”, simply “iPhone”, or something else entirely, Fusible notes that Apple has filed a claim with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) seeking to gain control of the iPhone5.com domain. WIPO authorities are currently assessing compliance of Apple’s claim with the agency’s regulations, and proceedings are likely to be initiated in the near future.



    The iPhone5.com domain currently hosts a very small discussion forum dedicated to discussion of the “iPhone 5”. The forum was launched in October 2010 following the debut of the iPhone 4 earlier in the year.



    Apple’s pursuit of the iPhone5.com domain is interesting given how slow the company has been to take action to secure domains related to its previous products. Apple didn’t gain control of iPhone4.com until nearly a year after that device launched and Apple didn’t seek to gain control of iPhone4S.com until several weeks after that device debuted last October. In the latter case, Apple was likely extremely motivated to take control of the domain because it was being used to forward visitors to pornography sites.

    Given that Apple typically doesn’t pursue domain names for its products until after they launch, lest their names be revealed ahead of time by the negotiation process, it seems odd that Apple is already seeking to gain control of iPhone5.com. But with “iPhone 5” having been the name informally attached to Apple’s next iPhone form factor redesign for nearly two years now and still in popular use, the company apparently believes that it should have some control over the name’s usage.


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