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Gift Guide: A Few Of Our Favorite Thingsview story

http://techcrunch.com –   Friends, the moments are ticking away and it won’t be long at all before your tranquil living rooms turn into wrapping paper-strewn war zones. What’s that? You haven’t done your shopping yet? Well, we’ve decided to take a quick break from our more thematic gift guides and give you the straight dope on the gadgets and gifts that just make our lives a little better. (IT news)

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Android book, like google play ebook readerview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I want to create a book that have options like ebook readers but with a fixed text. I tried to use textview but I don't know how to manage text to split it into pages. Beside I like to have a page curl effect like google play books has. Please give me some example if you can or the logic it should to be. Thanks in advance. http://i.stack.imgur.com/nEQW9.png (HowTos)

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Apple Highlights Language Learning, Visual Design With Its 2013 Top App Store Picksview story

http://techcrunch.com – Apple just released its annual “Best Of” list for the iTunes and App Stores, and apps that focused on language learning or had unusual visual designs were among its top picks. The iPhone and iPad Games of the Year both won Apple Design awards in June. (IT news)

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::Android Framework:: Which is first runner, zygote or dalvik?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I have a question involving the Android framework. Every boot sequence shown on the Internet or in books shows the flow starting from zygote to dalvik as follows. However, according to my code research, init processor runs app_process(app_main.cpp) before loading zygote like this : [init.rc] : service zygote **/system/bin/app_process** -Xzygote /system/bin --zygote --start-system-server B (HowTos)

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Moon Reader Pro problems on Nexus 7view story

http://www.mobileread.com – I'm having some problems with this app since I started using it regularly. I find when I make a swipe gesture to turn the page, sometimes it registers, but more often it does not. Same for tapping to turn pages. Those mostly register, but not always. (HowTos)

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Moments Lets You Quickly Build A Photo Book On Your iPad, Pick It Up At Walgreens When Completeview story

http://techcrunch.com – Looking for a last-minute holiday gift you can create on your iPad and pick up the same day? Moments.me (not to be confused with photo-sharing app Moment.me), is a newly launched photo book maker which lets you quickly build a customizable, hardcover-bound photo book using images from your social networks, iCloud or your Camera Roll. (IT news)

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With $5.3M In Funding, Entitle Launches E-Book Service Emphasizing Ownership And Big Titlesview story

http://techcrunch.com – In the past few months, we’ve seen the launch of several e-book subscription services using a Netflix-style pricing model, where users pay a monthly fee and get access to any title in the catalog. A new service called Entitle is going in a different direction — users still pay a subscription fee, but they can only download a few books each month. Isn’t that a worse deal? (IT news)

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My Long Road To Self-Publishingview story

http://techcrunch.com – After blindly supporting it for a number of years, I’ve decided to crowdfund my own project, a novel that I wrote for my son, and then write about the experience for you guys. Today I’d like to talk about my own experiences in publishing and why I think crowdfunding is, at the very least, a viable alternative to the traditional models. (IT news)

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Interesting reading pertaining to the Apple e-book price-fixing lawsuitview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – Fortune Story Quote: The monitor's main function was to assess whether Apple's internal antitrust compliance policies and training program, "as they exist 90 days after his appointment [note: appointment was on September 5], are reasonably designed to detect and prevent violations of the antitrust laws." ... Accordingly, on October 22 he shocked Apple of (Hardware)

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In Praise Of The Holiday Bookview story

http://techcrunch.com – It’s has to be one of those cold half-light afternoons, a radio in the house mumbling something low and steady, Click and Clack or the news, the snow might be fresh, might be coming, might not come for weeks. The heater kicks on in the basement and the warmth balloons up through the rooms, a fog of comfort along the floor. Those are the afternoons perfect for reading. (IT news)