TweetDeck logoThe long awaited new TweetDeck 2.0 for iOS is finally here. After my initial comment on TweetDeck iOS’s teaser blog post, I have received multiple email notifications every other day for every published new comments. The tone wasn’t friendly at least to say, most people are complaining about the lack of update of a¬†supposedly “will be submitting the app to Apple in the next few days”.

50 odd days later, the app is finally available in the App Store — for free of course. To summarize my take on it, it’s significantly better than the previous version, but falls short of my expectation.

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In what seems to be the final blow to Amazon Kindle, a patent application made public this week shows that Apple might bring an e-ink-LCD hybrid display to the iPhone and iPad. Apple originally filled the patent application in 2009, named “Systems and methods for switching between an electronic paper display and video display“.

US Patent Application: 0110080417, Fig. 2b

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This is a guest post by James Yeang


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With freewares like Connectify and Virtual Router, sharing internet connection from Windows 7 via Wi-Fi is just a few clicks away. That is, provided they’re working fine. Somehow after some time, both of the mentioned freewares decided to stop working on my Windows 7.

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The Nokia E7 is equipped with a 8MP fixed-focus camera with dual-LED flash, also capable of capturing 720p HD videos at 25 frames per second. Most casual users would be happy with the video quality, but the photo quality is mediocre at best.

Don’t take my words though, see the samples for yourself.

Processed in Windows Live Movie Maker for trimming and background music only:

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9-to-5 video, check. Guest post, check. This will be the last mandatory topics to be covered in the Nokia E7 Maxis10 Reviewers Program, FAQ.

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