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|[NO LONGER WORKS] OnRead – With the iPad’s release just around the corner and Amazon’s Kindle making it big in the market, ebook readers are set to make a big splash to the mass market. Still, with all these devices coming in, the software element of finding and purchasing e-books has to be addressed. New alternatives to Amazon and the upcoming Apple book store will have to come up. One of the cool online alternatives is Onread.|
|Coverage Map – There are many situations where you would need to check out coverage in other areas for mobile phone and data. To check coverage at your location you can use this free carrier coverage comparison map. It is brought to you by C-Net and has data from Root Wireless.|
|YouTube Disco – Are you an audiophile who loves to discover new kinds of music? If you are, check out YouTube Disco, a new YouTube music discovery project that lets you explore new music by just searching for an artist. Read more: YouTube Disco: YouTube Music Discovery Project.|
|Praux: Free Online Resume Maker.– Job searching can be a full time job, and like any job it’s nice to find tools that make life easier. Praux is a free online resume maker which looks to give you an easily-accessible online resume that you can set up in no time, complete with your own URL. Read more:|
|Less Memories – If you tend to forget things and want to create a quick note of everything, then you should check out Less Memories. This simple note taking app lets you save notes online called “memories” or use voice input through Jott to add notes. Read more: LessMemories: Simple Note Taking & Reminder App.|
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