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Evernote Updates iOS App With Better PDF Support & Other Goodies [Updates]

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Evernote Updates iOS App With Better PDF Support & Other Goodies [Updates]

Evernote has rolled out another update for its iOS applications which introduces some awesome new goodies. The new updates adds better support for PDF files, new formatting options, snippets on the iPad, new Evernote Business features, and Evernote Trunk on iPad, which lets you to find other apps that use the power of Evernote.

Dave LeClair March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
Evernote Updates iOS App With Better PDF Support & Other Goodies [Updates]
Tools & Techniques For When You Must Leave Your Laptop Alone In Public

Internet

Tools & Techniques For When You Must Leave Your Laptop Alone In Public

Ideally we would never leave our laptops from our sight, especially in public. And there are definitely areas like airports and public transit where you should never consider it an option. But since becoming a tech writer, I’ve found that public areas, specifically coffee shops, are great for working. And because I’m in coffee shops 400% (yes, I did the math…) more than I used to be, I’ve noticed the need to occasionally leave my spot to go somewhere.

Aaron Couch March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
Tools & Techniques For When You Must Leave Your Laptop Alone In Public
Keep Up With Your Favourite Social Networks Using RSS Notifications

Internet

Keep Up With Your Favourite Social Networks Using RSS Notifications

Keeping track of the many social networks you’re a member of can certainly be a challenging task. Between Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Flickr, and more, we all probably have at least two or three accounts that we check on a daily basis. If you’re an avid user of RSS readers, one solution to keep up with notifications, is to load them all into Google Reader.

Nancy Messieh March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
Keep Up With Your Favourite Social Networks Using RSS Notifications
Kick Your Crappy Android Apps To The Curb With 4 Free & Simple Apps

Android

Kick Your Crappy Android Apps To The Curb With 4 Free & Simple Apps

Has the performance and battery life on your mobile dropped off? A gang of dysfunctional and buggy apps probably cause such decline. Getting rid of the errant apps remains the single best performance enhancing tip. Unfortunately, most users lack the slightest idea of which miscreant apps to kill. This article details 4 apps that specialize in finding and murdering crappy apps.

Kannon Yamada March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
Kick Your Crappy Android Apps To The Curb With 4 Free & Simple Apps
How To Jailbreak iOS6 (You Know You Want To)

iPhone and iPad

How To Jailbreak iOS6 (You Know You Want To)

iOS owners who ran out and grabbed themselves a shiny new iPhone 5 have been waiting for the day when they can jailbreak their precious device. Previous device owners who updated to iOS assuming a jailbreak would come quickly have been stuck in limbo, patiently waiting for the diligent community of iOS hackers to come through with a jailbreak. And wait they did. And just when they thought they wouldn’t have to wait anymore, they continued to wait.

Dave LeClair March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
How To Jailbreak iOS6 (You Know You Want To)
Pocketbooth Puts A Vintage Photobooth In Your Pocket [iPhone]

iPhone and iPad

Pocketbooth Puts A Vintage Photobooth In Your Pocket [iPhone]

Photobooths may be hard to find, but you can now actually carry one around in your pocket, in the form of a iPhone app. It’s appropriately called Pocketbooth ($.99), and it really does replicate the vintage style, spontaneity, and instant feedback of analog booths.

Bakari Chavanu March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
Pocketbooth Puts A Vintage Photobooth In Your Pocket [iPhone]
The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight

Windows

The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight

While many parts of Windows 8 are debatable (maybe Modern is the future; maybe it’s not), one element of Windows 8 that has undergone a massive overhaul and made it unequivocally more awesome is the humble Task Manager – that modest window that helps you bail out of trouble whenever you hit Ctrl+Shift+Esc.

Erez Zukerman March 1, 2013 01-03-2013
The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight
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