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Top 10 iPhone Applications in 2013

If there is a digital device in the world that allows you to feel the passion, enjoy the excitement, smell the beauty and to make decency a part of your life; all at once, it is none other than the Apple iOS running Apple iPhone that has this special ability. Emerging as a perfect digital assistant to match the needs of your routine, iPhone has globally become the premier mobile phone that satisfies the requirements of the customer in the most effective way while giving you a unique experience at the work. With the popularity of the iPhone is on its peak at the moment, it is important that we find out the best Apple iPhone apps in the year 2013. Here is a list of 10 Apple iPhone applications that could possibly be the best of the lot for the year 2013. Continue reading

Findings: Share Highlights from Ebook in a More Spontaneous Way

Findings

Findings

Findings.com came about with turning ebook reading into a unique social experience as its goal. This recent service allows you to share the best parts of a book you’re currently reading to your friends or even with people who you’re not acquainted with, but are using the service.

Findings.com is a brand- new means for discussing, sharing, or collecting clips you discover on Amazon Kindle or from other sites on the internet. With this service, you are able to disclose the highlights of ebooks or any other online texts for that matter. The point is quite simple: If the text is available on the internet, then you can quote it anytime. Continue reading

Amazon Kindle Touch – Experience The Amazon’s Best Selling Reader With Touches

Kindle Touch

Kindle Touch

This is a fourth generation of Kindle readers and it is represented by two versions of readers, one is the regular Kindle reader and the other is a Kindle reader with touch capabilities. The second one can be simply described as an upgraded version of the regular version.

The basis of this device is still the E-ink Pearl screen, which has been around in the previous versions, but the main new thing is that you can navigate the screen with touch. The real situation is that it works on a system that is called Neonode, which is based on infrared receivers and transmitters placed along the frame of the screen. This was seen almost a year ago in Sony’s model PRS-650. This system eliminates the problem with reduced contrast Continue reading