Technology articles published in September 2013
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September 30, 2013
Google launches tool for building interactive HTMLS ads
Today Google launched 'Web Designer', their homegrown HTML5 tool for creating dynamic advertisements and single-site pages to be viewed seamlessly across any browser or platform.
September 29, 2013
The Force is Strong: Scientists Bind Photons, Create Light Saber Tech
Researchers at MIT have uncovered a process that just might lead directly to the creation of real-live Star Wars battle tech.
September 28, 2013
Note Takers Celebrate! Evernote and Post-It Are Now BFFs
It would appear that my two favorite note mediums have discovered each other, and have fallen in love...
September 25, 2013
T-Mobile downplays unlimited data
T-Mobile is known for unlimited data plans and no contracts. But during their investor meeting, they revealed their plan to shed that reputation and be the catalyst for change in the wireless industry.
September 24, 2013
Who Cares About iOS 7! Steer a Paper Airplane with Your iPhone!
Tired of hearing about how flat iOS7 is? Here's a fold-up hand-held upgrade you've gotta see...
MetaLab's Flow upgrades to full project management suite
MetaLab's Flow is poised to compete with the big boys of project management with enhanced collaborative upgrades and a slick UI design.
September 23, 2013
Technorati Review: Brand.com’s Reputation Manager Flaws Are Painful but Not Fatal
Using keywords to search your reputation, Brand.com's issue lies more with getting to the cure than the cure itself.
Technology: Critical to Customer Engagement
Booking.com knows a thing or two about customer engagement
September 22, 2013
Hackers say they've thwarted iPhone 5S fingerprint security
According to Mashable, that warm, secure feeling Apple tried to give iPhone up-graders over its fingerprint unlock feature is growing rapidly cold.
September 21, 2013
Surf away: iOS 7's secret feature keeps the mobile web connected
If stories are true, your path to steady-connection salvation might be as simple as downloading Apple's new iOS 7 operating system.
September 18, 2013
iOS 7 Reviews, News, Blues Across Technorati's Blogs
Thrown caution to the wind and downloaded iOS7 on its release date? Read what technophiles across Technorati's blogs have typed up, after having swiped, tapped and dragged...
Dinosaurs plus Wind Tunnel equals awesome
Researchers at the University of Southampton in the UK put a model of a Microraptor in a wind tunnel to learn about the evolution of flight. Dinosaurs!
September 17, 2013
ExactTarget's #ET13 Day 1: Customer communication happens anywhere
Recap of ExactTarget's Connections Conference - Day 1
September 16, 2013
Google Knows Every WiFi Password on Earth?
That WiFi password keeping your neighbor's kids from eating up your bandwidth? Google's got its hot hands all over it.
September 10, 2013
Reaction to the iPhone 5C and 5S
A recap of top technology blogs and their coverage of the latest iPhone announcement
September 7, 2013
NSA Hackers Prove Internet Security Has No Clothes. Enter Quantum Mechanics.
Recently revealed advances in quantum-based Web security means we might actually see NSA-proof Internet traffic soon.
September 6, 2013
Is Star Trek Technology Finally Here? A Look at Google Now
What will Google do next?
The smartwatch race has begun
Samsung releases the first ever smartwatch and so the race to perfect the product begins
September 4, 2013
Xbox One to launch on November 22nd for $499
The Xbox One launches a full week after Sony launches their PS4 system. Not only that, but at a higher price point. Are they poised to dominate or fail? And what about the Wii U?
September 3, 2013
KitKat Swarms Tech Blogs
KitKat is the new name of Google's Android platform in a surprise on-brand marketing move to create buzz