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Facebook's Paper App for iPhone Refreshed with New Features Facebook today made Paper version 1.1 available to the iPhone. Paper re-encapsulates Facebook content and presents it in a more appealing digital magazine. Today's update adds a number of new features including: birthdays and other events, photo commenting, group updates, new story buttons, more article covers, and accessibility options. Paper is only available to the iPhone at the moment, though Facebook said an Android version is in the works. Paper 1.1 for iPhone is free to download from the iTunes App Store.

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gmarker Sign In Gmarker's Favs BEAT THE TRAFFICTraffic Reports in travel and 2 others Tablet Finder and Compare Lenovo Tab A8 CompareThe Lenovo A8 features an 8-inch HD IPS display with 10-point multi-touch, two Dolby-enhanced front speakers, a MTK8121 1.3GHz quad-core CPU, 1GB RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a pair of 5MP rear and 2MP front fixed-focus cameras, and a hearty 3450mAh battery. It will be sold in Wi-Fi-only, and Wi-Fi & 3G-connected variants, and it will run Android 4.2 out of the box, while eligible for an upgrade to KitKat and a 4200mAh battery.+ View Specs Lenovo Tab A8 com HTC Desire C Review Low-end smartphone by HTC: cheerful colors and attractive design, Android 4.0 and the latest Sense on board. What does it all look like? Spillikins №178. Galaxy Madness

36 Free Killer Apps You Shouldn't Live Without I consider myself an app nomad; I’m constantly exploring apps and installing and uninstalling them as needed until I find ones that will really help me make the most of my phone and days. Here’s a cream of the crop list of apps I’ve scavenged and compiled (by category) to help you seize the day using your device. Communication & Social

iPhone 6S review Apple presses forward By Nilay Patel Big screens won. For the past three years, the most meaningful change to the iPhone has been the size of its screen. After years of sticking with a 3.5-inch display and watching Android-powered competitors bite off a piece of the market with ever-larger screens, Apple relented ever-so-slightly with the 4-inch iPhone 5 and 5S, and then finally gave in to obvious trends with the much larger 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and massive 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. EasyAcc H70 7-port USB 3.0 hub review I recently purchased a 1993 Midwest Micro Elite notebook off of eBay. It boots to BIOS but that’s about it. I just wanted to own my very first “real” laptop computer again…I sold it off on the comp.sys.laptops USENET group back around 1995 and kind of regretted it ever since. It has a serial port, parallel port and PS/2 mouse connectors.

Top Maintenance Tips & Tricks to iPhone 6/6s (Plus) [Last Updated on Sept. 10, 2015] Apple is likely to release the new iPhone in Sept. 9, and the new iPhone 6/6s (Plus) will come with the latest operating system iOS 9. Your iPhone is luxurious. It's pretty. And it's probably proved to be one of the indispensable smartphones. Why not take care of it to make it serve you well?

Netgear speeds up its networked storage solution for home users July 11, 2007 As laptop and PC ownership rises, households are more and more frequently running wired and wireless networks between several PCs, laptops, printers, and other devices. Bulk broadband downloads and growing amounts of home media production all take up a lot of hard drive space, and external storage devices can be quite fiddly - which is why Network-Attached Storage (NAS) devices are growing in popularity. Netgear's latest NAS device aimed at the home market is the SC101T Storage Central Turbo. It's quicker than its predecessor - operating at fast Gigabit Ethernet transfer speeds - and houses up to two fast 3.5" SATA hard drives of any capacity to provide a networked storage solution for home and small business networks.

40 of the Best To-Do Apps for Personal Task Management What was once the simple choice between using a notebook, legal pad, or stack of Post-it notes to manage your personal to-do list is now a mind-numbing decision between dozens of to-do apps. Flashy apps that offer more features than you could ever use. Free apps that are so bare you wonder how they'd be helpful at all. And paid apps that look just right, but you're not sure it's worth paying the price just to find out. Wonder no more.

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