Android: Snap Picture -> Proper Slides

ArcNote is a simple and useful app for students and business professionals. Often at talks, lectures, it is not uncommon for the attendees to whip out their mobile phone to take a picture of the presentation material. At times, we do not have access to what is being presented and have to make do with these screen grabs. ArcNote goes one step further to simplify this process. Read More

Temple Run 2 – Available on Android

With over 170 million downloads, Temple Run redefined mobile gaming. I became a big fan of Temple Run recently too, allowing it to while my time away on bus or train as I pit my reflexes in a race to get more coins. Now, the sequel to the smash hit phenomenon that took the world by storm has been launched for Android! The new Temple Run 2 builds on the pre-existing formula to offer more of the same exhilarating running, jumping, turning and sliding that we have come to love.
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Google Currents or Flipboard

Google Currents received a much waited update last month. First thing first, Google Currents gathers all the news from your favourite web source around the web and present it to you in form of a pleasant-looking digital-magazine. It is not a mobile RSS reader that you might expect it to be, although it could sync with Google Reader. I would actually describe it as more of an e-magazine. Similarly, Flipboard brings together news in a beautiful magazine that you can easily flipped through the pages of news you care about alongside a social context.
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Getting the most out of Cloud Storage

Cloud has been a buzzword in the technology world for a couple of years now. It is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (e.g. Internet). Cloud storage services are the most common and there are multiple options for users today. You have Dropbox, Microsoft Skydrive, and Apple’s iCloud. While the buffet of choices might appear appealing, it could also be confusing to many. It is not uncommon for a person to use a number of cloud service providers and to have files mirrored across them.
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