13 Stories You Need To Know Today

13 Stories You Need To Know Today

Intel shoots for no energy computing by 2020, new children's headphones protect hearing, and the first ever color film restored in the UK ...Links to start your day with.

Karen Summerson
  • 18 september 2012

No-energy computing for Intel by 2020. Inhabitat

Shazam music app now offers TV tagging over Facebook and Twitter. Telegraph

A look at how to effectively use ‘native advertising’. TechCrunch

New children’s headphones help prevent hearing loss. USAToday

USB cables will soon power your laptop. CNET

Amazon creating 3D mapping app. Mashable

3-D prosthetic beak helps rehabilitate a bald eagle. i09

Kodak kiosks will soon print custom photo books. USAToday

UK museum restores first ever color film. Gizmag

iPhone 5 orders top 2 million in one hour, a record high. Telegraph

With the arrival of Internet Explorer 10, Google will stop servicing IE8. WebMonkey

Obama popularizes Reddit, a journalist favorite. Gigaom

Old Milwaukee finally reveals hidden, hilarious advertisements. BusinessInsider


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