This Week in Geek: WWDC, DIY Ethernet Plugs and Touchless Gesture Control

This week has been dominated by all that's been going on at the WWDC, like iOS 4 and the awesome iPhone "Retina Display." Also, our Geek Techers have brought you an easy fix for your broken Ethernet plugs and a look at the cool Android Touchless Gesture Control.

iPhone 4's Retina Display Explained

During the WWDC jobs detailed the latest in iPhone design-the Retina Display. According to Apple "everything you see and do on iPhone looks amazing" all thanks to the Retina display. The theory is simple-cram a huge amount of pixels into a tiny space and viola, crisp perfection! Read more about the Retina Display...

Diary of an iPhone Dev: Hands-On With iOS 4 GM

Want a sneak peek at the new iOS? Geek Techer Mike Keller explains his hands-on experience with the greatness of iOS 4 GM. The new OS is more stable and in his opinion his old 3G seems a bit slower. Read more about the new iOS 4 GM...

An Easy Fix for Broken Ethernet Plugs

DIY Ethernet cables.

Are you a DIYer? Now you can use this simple hack to fix your broken Ethernet plug. You don't even need to replace the old plug or do any wire cutting. Just follow Alessondra Springmann's simple instructions and you'll have your Ethernet plugged back in no time.


Touchless Gesture Control Coming to Android Devices

To end the week off right, Android brought us Touchless Gesture Control. Using the front-facing camera you can give your Android phone basic commands without physically touching the screen. This feature could enable you to "swipe" your hand and navigate through photos or play and pause a music player--highly recommended if you're sick of fingerprints on your screen. Read more...

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