10 Christmas Apps for iOS and Android


It sure is the season to be jolly. And on Christmas Eve, we bring you the list of the 10 best apps out there for iOS and Android which celebrate the holiday spirit and put a smile on our lips. It’s not just all entertainment; some of the apps are really helpful too! Amazon Mobile: Christmas is all about presents, and if you haven’t done your shopping yet, there’s no need to panic. Amazon’s app lets you finish your Christmas shopping even in the very last minute. And the best part about the app? No wasting time at long billing queues and no hobnobbing with the crowds! Christmas Radio: So you can’t find your mix of your favorite holiday songs and your guest are almost at your door. Fret not, and just tune into the Christmas Radio app. This app lists many internet radio stations which will belt out the [+more]

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iPad Vs Samsung Galaxy Note Vs Google Nexus 7: Top 5 Tablets of 2012


Yes, tablets have been around for a couple of years now. But 2012 will go down in history for giving tablets the mass appeal. Prices got dropped, and even the elite Apple got into the fight with its own iPad Mini. It sure was an eventful year, tablet-wise too. Today, we’re giving you our take on the best 5 tablets we came across during 2012: Apple iPad (4th Generation): We know, we can’t help it – the iPad features at the top of the list, despite all the competition it has faced this year. iOS works so smooth, it’s built to near perfection, and with such an extensive array of apps, the fourth generation iPad definitely is one of the most versatile tablets out in the market. Google Nexus 7: When the makers of Android set out to make an Android-based tablet, you know can’t go wrong with it. And [+more]

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iPad Mini Revealed By Anonymous May Be Priced At $250

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  The cat is out of the bag. Anonymous who has access to the internal system of Media Market, Europe’s largest electronics retailer has revealed the pictures and prices of iPad mini. The much awaited Apple tablet which is expected to get unveiled  on Oct 23 will come in 16 different versions. The models will start from 8GB WiFi for approximately $250 to 64 GB version which may have 4G LTE connectivity as well as 3G. iPad Mini is Apple’s answer to Amazon Kindle Tablet and Google Nexus.Wall Street analysts have predicted for months that Apple was planning a smaller, less costly version of its popular iPad to take on cheaper competing devices, a move that analysts say might hurt its margins, but prevent its rivals from dominating an increasingly important computing segment. This could be the prices of various versions of iPad Mini 8GB WiFi Black/White, $250 8GB Cellular [+more]

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Kindle Fire HD vs Apple’s iPad: Kindle Still Has A Long Way To Go

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Earlier this month, Amazon had unveiled its Kindle Fire 2 HD tablet, which did take the spotlight for offering all features one would look for in a tab at a much lower cost than the Apple’s iPad. Amazon is offering these tabs in two versions, 7-inch and 8.9-inch model. The Kindle Fire HD 7-inch model will be shipped this Friday. And the bigger version, 8.9-inch version will be out on November 20th. However, getting hands on these tabs make you feel they are nice but not great when compared with Apple’s iPad. We are getting you a review of the 7-inch Kindle Fire 2 HD before it hits the shelves so that it’s easy for you to decide whether to splurge on it or rather go and buy Apple’s iPad. To start, let’s take a look at the most prominent and noted feature- the screen. With a bright light and [+more]

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Steve Ballmer Indicates Microsoft Surface Could Start @$300!


Earlier this year, Microsoft announced launching its first self-branded tab, called the Surface Tablet, but remained tight-lipped about its pricing. In a race of tablets with Google Nexus 7, Amazon Kindle Fire, and Apple’s much speculated iPad Mini, Microsoft Surface Tablet is expected to launch in October amidst some serious competition. Recently, Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft in an interview with the Seattle Times did discuss a price range for the firm’s new tab. He said, “If you look at the bulk of the PC market, it would run between, say, probably $300 [and] $700 or $800. … That’s the sweet spot.” This statement by the CEO puts an end to the rumors speculating that the Surface Tablet would retail between $600 and $1000 for the two different versions. But neither choice comes with a built-in 3G/4G wireless connection feature, which Apple offers in the same price range of its iPads. [+more]

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD Launched, A Challenge for iPad?


The world’s largest internet retailer Amazon on Thursday took covers off its latest offering- a 4G tablet that’s designed with HD and is a lot cheaper than the Apple’s iPad. Amazon uncovered four new tablets and a new e-reader: the light-up Kindle Paperwhite e-ink reader, which is an innovative and latest version of the Kindle Fire. The company also launched three versions of an enhanced tablet that it named the Kindle Fire HD. Offering devices with price tags ranging from $159 to $599, these new tabs designed by Amazon make a great buy as they offer some features just as Apple’s iPad, but at a much lower costs. Amazon Kindle Fire HD is designed with ads called ‘special offers’, which has helped the firm keep the prices low. The announcement by Amazon included a 4G LTE-enabled, 8.9-inch, 32GB tablet that’s priced at $599, whereas if you see Apple, a 32GB [+more]

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Amazon Has No Plans to Take on Apple’s iPad. Read On Why…


Not a 10-inch model as speculated, but Amazon plans to uncover two models of 7-inch Kindle Fire tablets, Sep. 6th! Counter to the rumors of hitting directly at Apple with a bigger version of Kindle, Amazon will reportedly unveil two 7-inch Kindle Fire models at its media event coming Thursday. So in case you were waiting for a 10-inch version, the wait is going to be a bit longer, I guess. As per a report in CNet, out of the two 7-inch models, one will have a faster and better hardware with more connectivity choices, while the other will be an updated version of the already existing Kindle Fire, which Amazon has recently sold out and taken off the shelves in the US. The innovative higher-end Kindle Fire model will also boasts of a faster processor, a camera, an HDMI port, and other hardware upgrades, which marks it to be [+more]

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Why Amazon’s 7-inch Kindle Fire Has Become The Apple of My Eye.


The rains have set in. What could be better than a hot cuppa, some zesty pakoras and the intriguing company of Chekov (courtesy my digital companion- The 7-inch tablet). But unfortunately for me the yearning for this mysterious yet immersive world of digital literature  has come at a time when I already have too much on my plate. All sorts of occasions have suddenly popped up, be it my parents’ anniversary, our house warming party or the so- called brain storming session to crack the new campaign for a major client, I am required on a mandatory basis everywhere. Uff!  How I wish the world comes to halt so that I can make time for my 7-inch buddy!   And if you are one of those who are enchanted by neat technology, just like me, then you guessed it right, my 7-inch tablet comes from  Amazon’s hive. The Kindle Fire has [+more]

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Amazon Kindle Fire Got Its Due, New Model Expected Soon…


In anticipation of the latest model of Kindle Fire coming soon, Amazon.com Inc. reportedly has sold out all of its Kindle Fire tablet devices. The Kindle Fire had become one of the popular tablets in the market, priced at $199. But now with the recent announcement, this device won’t be seen on the shelves at least until the next launch. The online retailer recently announced that as the new version is on its way, Kindle Fire won’t be in stock. The new model of Kindle Fire is expected to be unveiled at a major press conference slated for next Thursday in Santa Monica, Calif. Amazon Kindle Fire was launched nine months back, last November, and went on to become the most popular tablets in the market last year. With a color screen and the ability to run third-party applications, Kindle Fire was in direct competition with Apple’s iPad, and was sold at half [+more]

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