Archive | April, 2014

Living in this nuclear shelter for 1,000 people looks like a nightmare

30 Apr

Living in this nuclear shelter for 1,000 people looks like a nightmare

This abandoned Cold War bomb shelter in Kaliningrad, Russia—photographed by Andrei Pep Novozhilov—looks horrible now. But even if it were new, surviving a nuclear holocaust in this claustrophobic space with 1,000 other humans sounds like a real nightmare—even worse than being vaporized.

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AT&T posts $17.9 billion in revenue, adds 625,000 postpaid customers in Q1

23 Apr

AT&T reported its first quarter 2014 results, showing impressive growth in revenues, handset sales and customer acquisition for the quarter. While AT&T operates businesses outside of its wireless division, we’re going to focus on this portion. For the quarter, AT&T posted $17.9 billion in revenue including handset sales, up 7 percent year-over-year, leading to $5.1 billion in operating income, up 8.1 percent.

On the customer side, AT&T added 625,000 postpaid customers, its largest first quarter gain in five years. It also added 693,000 “connected devices,” but saw prepaid customers dip overall in the quarter mostly due to the loss of over 200,000 reseller subscribers. Of those additions, 311,000 were for postpaid smartphones, while 313,000 were tablets.



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Satellite photo shows giant, monster-like biological shape at Loch Ness

19 Apr

Satellite photo shows giant, monster-like biological shape at Loch Ness

Is that the Loch Ness monster in this satellite photo used by Apple Maps? Or at least something that looks like a giant biological form underwater? It’s similar to the shape spotted in Google’s satellite imagery.

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Rogers’ widened LTE support gives Canadians speedier data indoors

18 Apr

Canada got LTE relatively quickly, but that fast data currently has a big catch: since it doesn’t run on low frequencies like in the US, you sometimes drop to 3G when you head indoors. Thankfully, those slowdowns won’t be an issue for much longer….

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Breeze, by the makers of RunKeeper, aims to keep you moving in style

18 Apr

There’s a new motion tracking app in town, and it’s from the developers of the highly popular RunKeeper app and service. Breeze, by FitnessTracker, utilizes the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s to monitor your movement and provide you with updates and motivation throughout the day. That M7 data is constantly and consistently being tracked by iOS anyway, so you can install Breeze now for free and have a week’s worth of data right off the bat.



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West Ham United and Selfridges lead scramble for the first .london domains

16 Apr

After it was decreed that London was next in line to get its own domain name, lots of UK brands and businesses have fallen over themselves to bid for their own piece of the city’s virtual real estate. Today, Dot London confirmed some of the companies…

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iWork for iCloud updated with fresh design, Mac and iOS updates coming soon

15 Apr

Apple has updated the iWork suite today on both the Mac and iOS. The iCloud versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote now have Retina display support, a new design in the editor tab, and better sharing that allows for a “view-only” state to keep unwanted changes from happening. Also, documents can be opened directly via iCloud mail.

Other individual app changes, like chart editing in Keynote, better, more informative pop-ups in Numbers, and better page wrapping and chart editing in Pages.

The changes are live for iCloud right now, and updates to the iOS and OS X apps should be coming later today.

Update: The apps are live now, here’s your list of changes.

Numbers: What’s New in Version 3.2

  • New “view only” setting lets you share spreadsheets you want others to view but not edit
  • Set margins in print setup
  • Create headers and footers in print setup
  • New printing options: page numbering, page ordering and zoom
  • Create custom data formats
  • Create custom table styles
  • Drag and drop a CSV file directly into a sheet
  • Automatically update an existing table by dragging in a CSV file
  • Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
  • Cell-based import feedback
  • Improved text box behaviour
  • Media Browser improvements, including search
  • Improved Instant Alpha image editing
  • Improved Microsoft Excel compatibility
  • Improved AppleScript support
  • Usability improvements

Keynote: What’s New in Version 6.2

  • New “view only” setting lets you share presentations you want others to view but not edit
  • Improved Presenter Display layouts and labels
  • New transitions and builds: Object Revolve, Drift and Scale, and Skid
  • Improved Magic Move including text morphing
  • Apply motion blur to animations
  • Show rulers as a percentage of document size
  • Improved Instant Alpha image editing
  • Media Browser improvements, including search
  • Directly specify start and end points of movies
  • Create custom data formats
  • Export to PPTX format
  • Improved AppleScript support
  • Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
  • Support for animated GIFs
  • Detailed presentation import feedback
  • Improved animation performance
  • Improved bi-directional support: switch direction for text, lists and tables
  • Allow objects on slide to layer with master
  • Improved text box behaviour
  • Usability improvements

Pages: What’s New in Version 5.2

  • New “view only” setting lets you share documents you want others to view but not edit
  • Delete, duplicate and reorder sections using the page navigator
  • Inline images and shapes in table cells are preserved on import
  • Copy-paste style improvements
  • Better placement of inserted and pasted objects
  • Improved Instant Alpha image editing
  • Media Browser improvements, including search
  • Improved AppleScript support
  • New Arabic and Hebrew templates
  • Improved support for bi-directional text
  • Word count for Hebrew
  • Create custom data formats
  • Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
  • Show rulers as a percentage of document size
  • Improved text box behaviour
  • Improved EndNote support, including citations in footnotes
  • Improved ePub export
  • Usability improvements

  • $9.99 – Pages for iOS – Download now

  • $9.99 – Numbers for iOS – Download now
  • $9.99 – Keynote for iOS – Download now

  • $19.99 – Pages for Mac – Download now

  • $19.99 – Numbers for Mac – Download now
  • $19.99 – Keynote of Mac – Download now

Of course, they are all free for new devices.

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