Well, well, well. There is now a Kindle reader application for the Mac. This has trailed its brethren on other platforms by a long mile. Even the iPhone app has been available for some time now. Well better late than never.
This is cute. It’s a USB card reader that is shaped like and labeled as the “Ctrl” and “Enter” keys. It’s a totally functional card reader that supports SD, micro SDHC, MicroSD, Sony M2, Memory Stick, and MS duo cards as well as MicroSD/T-Flash/Micro SDHC and Sony M2 cards. It is USB 2.0 compatible and… Continue reading USB Card Reader shaped like the ‘Ctr” and ‘Enter’ keyboard keys
Google’s recent addition to Google Desktop is the much-awaited RSS Reader gadget, which lets you read your Google Reader RSS Feeds/subscriptions straight from your desktop. Download from desktop.google.com.
Tech writer Don Reisinger feels that you can use Twitter to effectively replace your RSS reader. He makes a case for following everyone that follows you and following every site that you have in your RSS reader. I can’t say I completely agree. Here’s why: for starters, I follow easily over 200 RSS feeds, and… Continue reading Ditch your RSS reader & replace it with Twitter?
Amazonâ€™s new reading device allows users to download books and read them on their device without the use of network cables. Claimed to be the future of reading, it holds an electronic-paper display which provides a sharp, high-resolution screen that looks and reads like real paper. The wireless connection allows customers to shop the Amazon… Continue reading Kindle me a Book: Amazon’s e-Reader