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OverDrive updates Media Console app
August 23, 2013 | 3:02 pm

OverDrive released an update to its Media Console app for iOS and Android this week. Version 3.0 offers a new interface with easier downloading of e-books through your local library; it also syncs over different devices. OverDrive works with libraries to offer lending of e-books and audiobooks. I tried out the new version and found the upgrade to be well worth it. To start, there is audio to explain the new features and also screen prompts. It takes you through the update seamlessly. The best part is how easy it is to sign in and download a book. It seemingly took extra steps for me...

Google Play Store Contains Over 700,000 Malicious Apps, says Trend Micro Report
August 19, 2013 | 3:39 pm

Google PlayBy Hammad Saleem Believe it or not, the Google Play Store contains hundreds of thousands of malicious applications that can infect your device. These are flaws in the system that must be rectified by the folks at Google. Recently, at Defcon, a researcher showed vulnerability in Google’s one-click authentication that may result in a loss of personal information. The researcher submitted a malicious application that was approved in the Google Play Store and stayed there even though it was a malicious app, which was also mentioned in the description of the application. Now, a quarterly report by Trend Micro (PDF link below) reveals that there are...

The New York Times Now Available as a Kindle Fire App
July 12, 2013 | 1:37 pm

Kindle Fire AppLove The New York Times and want to read it on your Kindle Fire? Until this week, you had to settle for the Kindle edition, which gave you the articles but none of the multi-media content. No longer. Kindle Fire users can now run a New York Times app, with the features of the Android and iOS apps that have been available for a while now. The Next Web has a nice roundup of the features and a short interview with Paul Smurl, GM of Core Digital Products at The New York Times. We reviewed the New York Times app for Android and...

How to Learn a New Tablet the Easy and Efficient Way
February 28, 2013 | 3:31 pm

So you’ve bought that shiny new tablet and fired it up. Now what? You’ve got a bunch of app icons, and you know it should be a great tool. But how do you learn to use it? This article assumes you’re new to the tablet world. If you’ve changed operating systems, like moving from an iPad to an Android tablet, you at least understand the basics of using a tablet. Your challenge is finding apps in the new platform to accomplish the things you’re used to on your old tablet. However, plenty of my clients have purchased their first tablet and hit...