Quick Look: Jetpack Joyride

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Jetpack Joyride is a cave flier game that’s available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, a game that has been created from a classic game. While not exactly “original” per se, the Australian game developer Halfbrick studios have tweaked the cave flier formula and transformed it into hours of laser shooting, robot rampaging and UFO teleporting fun. Continue

Pocket: Save interesting stuff for later

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Imagine if you found an interesting article on the web which you don’t have time to read at the moment and would like to access later, you would normally bookmark it, right? That would have been the solution 2 years ago. Right now, we want our articles to follow us wherever we go, whether we are offline or online. This is where Pocket comes in.

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Quick Look: Virtualbox

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For a long time running a virtualization used to be the domain of hardcore geeks and system administrators. In past, virtualization software used to cost a huge sum of money. Fast forward to the future, and even a common person has access to free virtualization software.

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The King of To-Do Apps: Wunderlist

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Finding a great to-do list app is hard — we want them to be easy to use very powerful but with no clutter. Wunderlist, made by the team at 6Wunderkinder, found the perfect balance between simplicity and features. With features like cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux, Web, Android, iOS) syncing, notes, multiple categories and more, Wunderlist might as well be the king of all To-Do Apps.

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A look at the beautiful Sony Xperia M

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As we all know mobile is one of our basic needs . The wide range of mobiles present in the market creates a confusion in us “Which phone do I buy?”, “Which one is the best for me?”. As most of us set a range from 10,000 to 15,000, its very tough to find the best phone as there are more than 20 phones in the market between this range. The new Sony Experia M might cover it all.

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Quick Look: Chrome Remote Desktop

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Ever had a problem on your computer that someone was helping you with? Majority of the time, it can get really complicated and you wish you could just take control of their computer without having physical access to their computer. There have always been bulky remote view/control apps for the desktop but Chrome Remote desktop fills the niche of casual remote access apps.

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TuneIn: Radio that you’ll actually use

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Radio has had a profound impact on the history of entertainment. However, like all forms of pre-internet media, you barely find something you really want to tune in to (see what I did there ?) and you have to change frequencies for the channels you want to listen in to. TuneIn is a post-internet take on the radio and it’s simply amazing.

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Simplenote: Painless Note Taking

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We’ve all been there. We wanted to remember something that we’ve forgotten something that’s crucial. You wish you’d write it down on a piece of paper, but you’ve gone digital. So you search for an app that can help you take notes. But all you find is bloated stuff that you really don’t need. All you need is something that can help you note down some text. Something that syncs with your phones. Something like Simplenote.

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Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Limited Edition

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This limited edition Italian Supercar was recently launched in the Indian market with a price that starts at 2.18 crores. Similar as Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera which has been marked as The Best Lamborghini Ever. This Limited Edition Gallardo however has some reduced features from the Supeleggera as well as some improved features. Like the 550 HP engine, a 20 HP reduced from the Superleggera and the Electrically adjustable mirrors and spoilers which was missing in the Superleggera Continue