Monthly Archives: October 2011

What I’m hoping for in Android Ice-Cream Sandwich

Over the past week or so (since the Samsung/Google event got postponed), we’ve seen a load of leaks for the upcoming release of Android – Ice-Cream Sandwich. Whether these leaks can be believed is for each person to decide for … Continue reading

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Amazon Kindle update: What does it mean for SendToReader and DroidToReader?

I received an email from Amazon yesterday evening informing me of some updates to the Kindle Personal Documents service. The updates are as follows: Documents are now archived in your Kindle library. Archived documents can be re-downloaded to the new … Continue reading

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New app on Android Market: PaSTE

Today, I am happy to announce my second entry into the Android Market: Plain and Simple Text Editor, or PaSTE. The idea behind it is fairly straightforward: text editors for Android are usually just note-taking applications. They’re built to take … Continue reading

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Why Google likes the Amazon Fire

Amazon announced the Kindle Fire a few days ago, and it made some waves. It’s going to be very tightly integrated with Amazon services (including the Amazon appstore), and it’s not going to have any of the usual Google apps … Continue reading

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