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1. Lines Are Blurring
The PDA, personal data assistant, now does so much more than phone numbers and notes. . .it handles our personal, professional, private and public life all in one device.

2. Father's Day APPS
Father’s Day is June 16th, 2013. What are you considering getting your dad? Something for work? A tie perhaps? PDA’s have become very useful due to all the Smartphone APPS available. Here are a few suggestions to help him with both work and play.

3. Google eBook Reader
There are many choices for eBook readers for smartphones and tablets around today . . . with the quality eBook readers available today could make Amazon change their market strategy. eBook readers created for the mobile market allow the end user to have a multitude of eBooks in one device.

4. Creating an Easily Read eBook
eBook Readers come in all shapes and sizes. Each brand has their own specific niches and file formatting types. When readers first hit the market there was no standard for an eBook. Today that has all changed.

5. eBook Readers & Speed Reading
According to an article published by Newsday eBook readers have had a significant side effect – people who read on eBook readers read more! Pew Research estimates that 30% of eBook readers read on average 24 books a year, with a median of 13 books.

6. Can an eBook Reader be a PDA?
Choosing a PDA can be challenging with all the choices afforded you today. Here you will find ways to minimize the challenge.

7. Blackberry Z10
Overall, the Blackberry Z10 is a good first smartphone for their new OS and UI, but because there is nothing outstanding in the smartphone itself it would be hard to recommend getting rid of an Android or iPhone. But those coming from existing Blackberry smartphones, they will be please with this n

8. SMS Marketing Tips
Email and print mail are marketing tools of yesterday. Tomorrow's Marketing Technology Today is SMS marketing and the potential is large and everyone enjoys forwarding great offers or interesting news to friends, family and colleagues.

9. What is an eTextbook?
eTextbooks is a fast growing avenue for universities. An average university student will spend between $900 - $1500 in books for a single semester. This is a high price for numerous students. It is no wonder students are searching for different avenues to save money.

10. 13 Types of QR Codes ~ Part Two
There are thirteen different types of QR Codes. These types range from simple text messages to G.P.S. codes. This week we will look at six QR codes.



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