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Vision-correcting display nixes your need for eyeglasses

computerworld.com — Your reading glasses will be so yesterday with UC Berkeley's new technology Computerworld - What would it be like if you didn't need your eyeglasses to clearly see your laptop screen or a text message on your smartphone? Scientists at the University of California Berkeley are working on computer screens that would adjust their images to accommodate individual user's visual needs.
Jul 31, 2014

Interesting new tech! RT @Computerworld: Vision-correcting display nixes your need for eyeglasses @sgaudin computerworld.com/s/article/9250…

Jul 31, 2014

THIS I could use: Vision-correcting display nixes your need for eyeglasses bit.ly/1uKDSLY via @Computerworld

Jul 31, 2014

Cool. "With this technology..you just need to press a button and the display will accommodate to your vision." networkworld.com/article/246016…

5 tips for better MacBook battery life

blogs.computerworld.com — Apple's MacBooks are the most popular portables on the planet and its recent decision to upgrade and reduce prices on them will keep it that way. All the same every MacBook user may need these tips to get better battery life from time-to-time. Battery tech It makes sense to understand the battery you have inside your Mac.

So long, software silliness! 7 quick tweaks to make the LG G3 better

blogs.computerworld.com — The LG G3 has a lot of good things going for it -- but the phone's software isn't its strongest suit. As I noted in my in-depth review of the device, LG falls into the all-too-common trap of trying to do way too much.
Jul 31, 2014

So long, software silliness! 7 quick tweaks to make the LG G3 better: goo.gl/Y3gmmL An excellent starting point.

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computerworld.com — Get the August edition of Computerworld's all-new digital magazine, featuring the challenges CIOs face when they decide to rely on analytics, not instinct, to make decisions.
Jul 31, 2014

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Jul 31, 2014

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Jul 31, 2014

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Jul 30, 2014

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Senate committee finds widespread mobile phone cramming

computerworld.com — Unauthorized third-party billing has cost U.S. mobile phone customers hundreds of millions of dollars, a report says IDG News Service - Mobile carriers have pulled in hundreds of millions in profits through third-party charges tacked onto customers' bills without their consent, according to a report from a U.S. Senate committee.

Stanford surgical students set sights on Google Glass

computerworld.com — Students and teachers to use wearables to get a better view during training Computerworld - Stanford University's medical school plans to start using Google's wearable computer, Glass, to help train students in surgery. The the university's School of Medicine is using Glass to help students see what a surgeon sees and vice versa, according to CrowdOptic, a four-year-old mobile technology company.
Jul 30, 2014

Are you looking at me? #Stanford starts using #Google Glass to help train surgical students. bit.ly/1ocnI4o

AMD's 64-bit ARM board points toward x86 coexistence

computerworld.com — AMD's 64-bit server development board has the company's first ARM processors IDG News Service - Advanced Micro Devices is moving closer to a motherboard design that will accept both x86 and ARM chips with the shipment of its first 64-bit ARM board.