We're back with our weekly top comments from the Mashable community.
In this column, we showcase the best comments we see from our readers, on our site as well as from our Facebook page. We're always looking for insightful contributions that spark discussion, add unique perspective, or simply make us laugh.
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This week, some of the most-discussed topics we covered included Facebook's announcement of higher resolution photos for user profiles, and the public statement the company made about employers asking potential employees' for Facebook log-in information. There were also reports of Apple's new iPad overheating controversy.
Below, check out this week's roundup of our top 5 comments from readers.
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iPad's are hot...literally
Phil Schroeder shares his opinion on the reports of the new iPad overheating problem. He explains the battery overheating could be a sign of Apple’s lack of innovation. His comment received a nice debate from fellow commenters.
Original comment posted on: iPad Heat Controversy Isn’t That Hot
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