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    Intel AppUp Center Review

    The app. It was one of the buzz words of 2010. It has redefined how we enjoy electronic entertainment. Of course, the app in 2010 was mostly relegated to the smartphone, and those who had one could enjoy brilliant titles like Tap Tap Revenge and the current pig-wrecking juggernaut that is Angry Birds. Apps weren’t […]

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    iPad App of the Week: Extra! Extra! Read All About It in The Daily

    The future of news is here, and it’s called The Daily, a new app for the iPad that launched this week. The Daily isn’t your standard news app, though; this is actually its own publication, with its own staff writers and editors, and it’s made specifically with tablets, particularly the iPad, in mind. The Daily […]

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    So Long Android Market and Hello Android Market Web Store

    Honeycomb wasn’t the only thing Google had up its sleeve at its California press conference yesterday. There was also the announcement that Google is finally rolling out the new and long-awaited Android Market web store. As of today, the Android Market web store will be available, providing a more user-friendly way to purchase and download […]

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    Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2011

    Valentine’s Day. The holiday of chocolates, flowers, jewelry and…oh, right, love. Well, love might still remain a constant, but the first three probably haven’t been in the highest demand for a few years (or decades). Tech makes the world go round these days, so if you want to impress your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day (or […]

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    3D Comes to Android Games and Apps with Honeycomb

    At Google’s Mountain View press conference today, the future of Android gaming with the new Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system was presented, and it looks promising. A 3D friendly development tool called Renderscript is going to open up all sorts of advanced 3D gaming possibilities for mobile Android devices.

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    Windows Phone 7 App of the Week: Get a Canine Education With Dog-A-Pedia

    For those that don’t know their Yorkies from their Schnauzers, there is the Dog-A-Pedia App, available for free for Windows 7 phones. It’s a comprehensive guide to all the different dog breeds out there, from great to small. If you’re looking to get a new dog, but aren’t sure where to start, this might be […]

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    Android App of the Week: Be an eBookworm With the New Sony Reader App

    Reading on the go just got a little easier for Android phone owners, with the release of Sony’s Reader App, designed to work with Sony’s own Reader Store, a virtual warehouse of books and other print items for download. You’ll have full access to any book purchased from the Reader Store on another device, and […]

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    iPad App of the Week: Complete Your MOMA Experience with the AB EX NY App

    If you’re looking for a good way to complement the Abstract Expressionist New York exhibit at the MoMA in New York, check out this free educational app. You can check out all the highlights of the exhibit from your iPad, while also learning more information about the pieces and the artists responsible for them. Don’t […]