According to a report from yesterday, it was suggested that Amazon had new Kindle e-readers in the works, and sure enough they do. Amazon has since officially unveiled two new Kindle e-readers in the form of the Kindle Voyage and an updated Kindle that will be priced at a very affordable $79.
Starting with the Kindle Voyage, this is Amazon’s most advanced e-reader, or so they claim. The e-reader will sport a new glass front and a magnesium back, making it thinner, stronger, and lighter. The device will also use a new Paperwhite display with a higher resolution and even sharper text and images. Read full post →Amazon Announce New Kindle & Kindle Voyage E-Readers
Ever since the first VOIP call was created, the world has changed into a better place where it is possible to easily (and cheaply) keep in touch with people that matter in one’s lives, for a cost that was once unthinkable: free. However, and despite the ubiquity of VOIP technology, the only way to have a truly seamless integration of VOIP in the mobile phone experience is a Carrier-supported WiFi call feature, which is very rare. Read full post →BridgeCall App Integrates VOIP Seamlessly To Android Phones