Three Great Apps On Sale

One iPad app and two universal apps We find three great apps on sale today and let us share them with you. If you rush, you could get them at a discounted price. So, hurry…… AmpliTube for iPad: AmpliTube can turn an iPad into an ultimate mobile guitar. Users can play along with songs by importing them directly from their iPod library in their device or from a computer. This app generally costs US $19.99, but it is available for

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Android Market Updated to 3.0.27

Google has done it silently Google has silently rolled out an update for its Android Market. Android Market, a preinstalled app that comes with the Android running smartphones has been updated to Version 3.0.27. This new update comes with a new interface and makes new content available. This new interface, which resembles Honeycomb’s UI, hints about the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android.  

Netflix Updates App to Support More Android Devices

Supports some more devices Popular streaming service provider Netflix has updated their Android app to support some more Android running devices. Netflix is an American provider of on-demand internet streaming video in the United States and Canada. It has free applications for iOS and Android running devices. Netflix has updated its Android app to Version 2.3.

Camera App Snap Camera Updated

Now users can add the address using the symbol Snap Camera a popular camera app for iOS has been updated to version 1.40 with many improvements. Snap Camera is an app designed by Brazilian developers for iOS devices. This is a handy tool that can perform many functions for users, which include snapping photo, writing notes and moving them with their finger. This fast and easy to use app has intuitive interface that makes all this easy and fun.

T3 Gadget Awards Finalists Announced

Get ready for Tech Oscars T3 magazine has announced the finalists for the prestigious T3 Gadget awads. UK’s leading tech magazine T3 (Tomorrow Technology Today) presents technology awards every year. This year’s event is scheduled for October 10, at Old Billingsgate, London. This magazine revealed this year’s list of nominees under each category. As expected it is Google vs Apple in most of the categories.

Developers and Users Prefer iPhone over the Android

Other interesting details from two latest researches Two independent studies reveal that not only customers users too are preferring iPhones over the Androids. iPhone and Android running smartphones are the top competitors in the mobile device market. Android had been providing a tough fight for Apple’s mobile devices, but things have changed very much now. Two independent studies done by Flurry and ChangeWave have revealed this. Let us look at the facts revealed by ChangeWave study, which is based on

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Want a Google + Invite

Get it From Us If you really need a Google Plus invite, tell us the reason and get one invite. Google’s new social media website, Google Plus has been already creating a huge buzz in the tech world. The Hangout feature and the all new black bar the top of Google Search are predicting some possible changes in the arena of social network. Web users have been clamoring to get into this exciting platform. However Google is still testing this

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Google Ruins Our Memory, Research Says

Brain has been adopting a new method to reorganize things A research conducted by Columbia University concludes that search engines like Google are affecting the way we remember things. Psychologists from Columbia University conducted a series of experiments to find the impact of search engines on our brain. This study was released yesterday. It says Google and internet in general have offloaded memory demands from our brain onto the machines. Human brain is adopting a new method to reorganize where

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Microsoft to Dump Windows XP

Retirement date for its flagship OS announced Microsoft has asked its users to dump Windows XP and move on to Windows 7. Windows XP is the most popular OS of software giant Microsoft. It was released on 2001 and still is used by millions of users. Now Microsoft has called its users to “move on” as there are less than 1000 days of support left for it.