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Amazon is making its Kindle electronic book service more accessible by launching a new free app for Windows PCs. The new app will let users download and read ebooks on their computer, and, like the iPhone app, it will sync with Kindle readers.
One of the weaknesses of the Amazon Kindle is the inability to read books on anything other than a Kindle or iPhone/iPod touch. That will be changing soon though as Microsoft showed off an Amazon Kindle reader on Windows PCs at the Windows 7 launch event. I still think the B&N Nook beats the Kindle for a number of reasons, but this is one less advantage the Nook has over the Kindle.
Today Adobe has unveiled Flash Player 10.1 for smartphones, netbooks, PCs along with other Internet-connected devices. The only glaring exception ... no iPhone support.
Updated: Barnes & Noble has outlined its answer for Amazon's Kindle: A partnership with Plastic Logic, which will launch an eReader in early 2010, and plans to open its e-book sales to multiple platforms.In a statement Monday, Barnes & Noble said its e-book store will allow customers to buy books and read them on the iPhone, iPod touch, BlackBerry and Windows and Mac PCs.
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A service application for reading magazines , newspapers, internet contents (such as blogs, RSS, Social network etc.) through mobile...
A facility to run PC as well as Apple apps directly from the iPhone will be a feature of the latest version of Parallels, the company has said
It is good to take a break from a heavy workday and play a game or two. I have been playing Astraware's games on my Palm and Windows Mobile devices for years and they are my favorite mobile game developer. BTW, they just released Insaniquarium Deluxe for Pocket PCs that looks absolutely fantastic on the high resolution display of the HTC Touch Diamond. Astraware recently expanded their lineup with support for S60 devices and just launched their first iPhone game with GTS World Racing.
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Notable headlines:Macworld coverage: Ed Burnette: Time Capsule works with PCs tooGarett Rogers: New iPhone update will confuse and upset many Gmail...
I just read an article over on Download Squad, thanks Kevin, that has me quite excited as a mobile device user who relies on Gmail. It seems that Gmail is FINALLY rolling out IMAP support. I started using Gmail 3 years ago and initially bounced back to Yahoo! because I needed an IMAP account to effectively manage my email from multiple mobile devices and PCs. I then went back to Gmail due to the compelling web interface and subscribed to a hosted Exchange account for my email. Still, even to this day, I have to forward my Gmail to my hosted Exchange and must managed Gmail email multiple times on the iPhone, BlackBerry, etc. With IMAP support my email will now be synced across all platforms and I will increase my productivity.
Hmm, did James have some insider information on an Apple handheld computer or was he just being a good psychic? There have been rumors and dreams of an Apple ultra portable computer for years. I still have my Newton MessagePad 2100 and think my iPhone fills many of the roles I wanted in an Apple mobile device. According to the Apple Insider we may actually see this device come out in 2008. While this may just turn out to be another rumor that doesn't come about, with the iPhone and iPod Touch showing that multi-touch works well and more and more ultra-portable PCs hitting the market it may be a ripe time for Apple to lead the way into ultra mobility.
Notable headlines:Garett Rogers: Get ready for JotSpot in Google Docs. Techmeme discussion.
WebEx PCNow, a tool that enables remote access to PCs from mobile devices, is now iPhone-compliant.Prior to the official release of this service today, I spoke with Jack Chawla, senior director of product management at Cisco-owned WebEx.
Lev Grossman's story in Time describes how the iPhone germinated in a project to develop a tablet PC:The iPhone developed the way a lot of cool things do: with a false start. A few years ago Jobs noticed how many development dollars were being spent—particularly in the greater Seattle metropolitan area—on what are called tablet PCs: flat, portable computers that work with a touchscreen instead of a mouse and keyboard.
I practically need a shower after Jobs's awesome demo of the new iPhone. It does it all except that it does not yet appear to act as my mobile broadband connection for my OS X notebook PC.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)