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PressReader Brings Digital Newspaper To Your Handheld

by on Jun.23, 2011, under Reviews

PressReader is a free application that enables you to download your favorite publications to your PC, Mac, tablet, mobile device or eReader allowing you to read them even when you’re offline.

PressReader

PressReader is available on Android, iOS, Blackberry, MAC, PC, iPod and on Win 7 Slate PCs, and it provides users and newspaper enthusiasts with access to over 1,800 same day, FULL-CONTENT, local, national and international newspapers and magazines from across nearly 100 countries. The costs come in the form of downloading individual newspapers at 99¢ each or an all you can read plan at $29.95 per month.

It has got a lot of great features some of them are listed below.

  • You can set up automated subscriptions to your favorite titles
  • Simply flip over the pages like you’re reading real publications
  • Pan, zoom or rotate pages, articles and photos and view them in stunning clarity
  • Easily browse publications using intuitive navigational slider
  • Sit back and listen to publications using on-demand audio
  • Print full pages and individual articles
  • Search online across titles and select titles you wish to download

You can authorize PressReader as part of your PressDisplay.com subscription. Integration with PressDisplay.com allows subscription and newspaper management with the same account information.

If you are new to PressDisplay.com, try out PressReader with 7 complimentary issues, then either choose to subscribe through PressDisplay.com or pay as you go through an appropriate app store.

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Michael Dell confirms 7-inch Android Tablet Streak

by on Sep.23, 2010, under Gadgets, News, Technology

Dell Streak

Michael Dell has pulled out another tablet, the Dell 7-inch tablet Streak which is Android based. He announced this at an Oracle Corp. conference in San Francisco.

Dell said the company’s new 5-inch Streak tablet will be available at Best Buy stores next month. The device is currently available through Dell’s online store. He didn’t provide any other detail for new 7-inch table. The device appears to run on Google’s Android software. This join to competition of Apple’s iPad.

This will give Dell Inc. a huge boost in revenue in coming quarter.

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7-Inch Touchscreen Tablet for Rs. 1,500 Looks Good

by on Jul.25, 2010, under Gadgets, News, Technology

$35 Tablet

We have seen a lot of swanky tablets around the market nowadays but nobody can beat this not so swanky looking tablet from India’s Ministry of Human Resource Development for a challenging price of Rs. 1,500 or $35 only. This one is way cheaper than the $75 OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) option.

This Rs.1,500 device has the form factor of a tablet and supposedly has a 7-inch touchscreen display. It is capable of browsing the web and comes with a keyboard as well. The device has got about 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi connectivity and a USB port, which is pretty amazing at such a budget. The tablet has been developed by the government in collaboration with premier scientific institutes like the IITs & IISc.

The Ministry of Human Resource Development has plans to reduce the price of this device further down to just $10. If every thing goes according to plan we would be able to see many students sporting the revolutionary device.

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