Internet Explorer Dev Channel and more for the week of June 16, 2014 A lot happened this week. Microsoft releases Internet Explorer Developer Channel. Facebook Beta for Windows Phone gets a big update. Surface Pro 3 is now on sale. Amazon announces a phone about which I couldn’t care less. Let’s get to it!
The popular ebook reader by Amazon, Kindle, has a major update for Windows 8 users. One of the biggest feature is the now 2-column view. Here’s the full details: Release Notes: – Improved page turn performance – Increased book storage – Added 2-column reading on ARM devices – Disabled device dimming in reading mode –Continue reading “The Kindle App for Windows 8 Updates with 2-Column View”
At last! The Amazon App is now in the Windows Store! Wow, the really took their time coming. EBay and Newegg have been rocking the Store since Jove knows when, now Amazon joins the hustle. As you can see the App already garnered 98 ratings at almost 4 Stars. I wonder who are those peopleContinue reading “The Much Awaited Amazon App is now in the Store!”
At the launch of Windows today in New York, Microsoft confirmed what most of us watchers have been suspecting. The Nook App is coming to the Windows Store! It has been a long rumor coming, but the writing was all over the wall given the No-Shoot Joint Agreement Microsoft had with Barnes and Noble earlierContinue reading “Nook – We’ve Got an App for That”
Yay! The Wait Is Over! Now we can start shopping on eBay from our Windows 8 devices! The eBay app is beautifully implemented in Metro. All the usual eBay features are now available as tiles, and there in infinite panning of Daily Deals and Searches. You can share your purchases and watch lists with familyContinue reading “Official eBay App Arrives for Windows 8!”
My sister loves to collect books. She aspires dedicating a significant portion of her room to create her personal library, where she would put her books, old and new, and create an environment of wisdom and peace. It is, then, no wonder she gets upset when I remind her that books are a dying media.Continue reading “Will Books Exist 10 to 20 Years From Now?”