Monthly Archives: August 2012

Hitting greedy grooms, virtually!

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A new online game which is an anti-dowry campaign has got eight lakh ‘likes’ from both men and women
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Big Launcher: A large, eyesight-friendly interface for Android

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This clever launcher helps people who have poor vision. It’s also an ideal interface for people who keep their phone on a car dashboard. Read this blog post by Rick Broida on Android Atlas.

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Insert Coin: Instacube is a hip, Android-based digital photo frame

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Ever wished you had another option aside from using Instagram’s mobile apps and permalinks for viewing your retrofied photos? In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production.

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GoNote touchscreen – Android netbook

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Ergo Electronics has just announced that it would be launching an Android netbook – the GoNote which is a 10 inch netbook running on Android 4.0 ICS, costing approximately $235

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McAfee upgrades Android privacy protection

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A new version of McAfee Mobile Security helps Android device users keep control of their personal information.

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ooVoo apps to support four-way video calls

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First ooVoo opened up four-way video chats on Facebook, and now the video calling service is doing the same for its Android and iOS

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Panasonic Android Smart app to control appliances

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The new Panasonic Smart App will allow Android smartphone owners to remotely operate their Panasonic smart home appliances. Read this blog post by Lance Whitney on Internet & Media.

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Wi-Fi manager for Android with a difference

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In this Android app review, get to know about Better Wifi On/Off, a rule-based Wi-Fi manager for Android.

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Apple v. Samsung: Why is Judge Koh so angry?

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District Judge Lucy Koh threatened to sanction one of the best-known lawyers in the country and asked another legal titan if he was on ‘crack.’ A rookie judge builds a reputation for being tough. Read this blog post by Greg Sandoval on Apple.

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Digital technology changing the face of publishing industry

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A writer turned down by traditional publishers — or even avoiding them — now has a range of options. Digital technology has changed all that, Digital publishing and print on demand have significantly reduced the cost of producing a book. The phenomenal growth of e-readers and tablets has vastly expanded the market for e-books, which can be self-published at little or no cost.

Writers who self-publish are more likely to be able to control the rights to their books, set their books’ sale price and keep a larger proportion of the sales.

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