With the explosion of the mobile app market in the past few years, we’ve seen just about every sort of entertainment and utility translated into app form. Whether you prefer iOS devices, Android devices, or, these days, just about any other mobile provider, you’ll enjoy access to a massive library of different apps for different things.

 

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These days, it seems that new and exciting technologies are coming out more quickly than most of us can keep track of them. A few times a year a major new smart phone is hitting the market; tablet designs are being updated at just as rapid a pace; and new file sharing and social networking programs like ShareFile and Facebook are improving the efficiency with which people communicate and conduct business.

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Today Microsoft has unveiled at the E3 2012 – Xbox SmartGlass, an application that will allow users to connect phones (Android, iOS, Windows Phones), PCs and tablets with their Xbox 360 console.

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Research in Motion “RIM” is offering Blackberry users free premium applications from the Blackberry App World after a couple days of service interruptions. Many Blackberry users were unable to receive or send emails or contact people using Blackberry Messenger for a couple days. RIM held press conferences addressing the matter of downtime and is now offering some compensation by allowing free download of premium applications and games.

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As stated in Apple WWDC 2011, the new iTune with iCloud allow users to re-download apps that previously purchased on the iTune App Store. According to CDFXapps, the iDOS app, which has been banned by Apple, can be re-downloaded from the purchased section.

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The Jolicloud Jolibook is a new netbook with a 10.1 inch screen and a cartoon scene painted onto the back of the lid. The Jolibook is using the operating system that has been underground for a long time called “Jolicloud“. The keyboard on the Jolibook looks standard to other netbooks available on the market, looks similar to the Acer Aspire. Jolicloud is free to download at their website and works on all netbook’s but the new Jolibook is a netbook already loaded with the Jolicloud operating system.

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Adobe has announced Adobe Air version 2.5 which will be compatible with Tablets, Phones, and TVs. The new cross-platform runtime environment will help the Adobe Air run on TVs and tablets without any compatibility issues. The Adobe Air 2.5 will support multi-touch gestures

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