Logitech Zaggmate Case for iPad 2 Has a Bluetooth Keyboard

dlvr.it is a competitive advantage for me

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How RSS Feeds Work In Simple Terms

The reports of RSS’s death have been grossly exaggerated. RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, got its start in 1999 under the direction of Dave Winer for his Scripting News website. Since that time, RSS has been used in many applications across the web and is useful in many ways which you might not even be aware of. So what is RSS and and how can you use it to help increase your daily productivity?

You can follow the ‘via’ link above to go to the source if you want to read the rest of the article from makeuseof.com. Me? I maintain that the single most important skill I’ve learned in the past decade was how to manage inbound and outboud rss feeds. Why? Comment below or ‘connect’ above so we can talk about it…

Priority Inbox in Gmail for mobile

Woot! More great reasons to use Google Apps for Business and Android…

First Verizon iPhones now being received, FedEx now awaiting your impatient calls

Will Verizon help flagging iPhone sales or will Android continue to dominate. What do you think?

How The iPad Time Shifts Online Reading

One of the reasons bookmarking apps like Read It Later and Instapaper are becoming so popular is because we are inundated with news and interesting links all day long, but have no time to read them. But just as DVRs helps us shift our TV viewing to better fit our own schedules, these apps helps us time shift our online reading. And according to some data put out earlier this month by Read It Later, it looks like the iPad is becoming the time-shifting reading device of choice.

Read It Later offers bookmarking apps for computers, mobile phones and iPads. It looked at 100 million articles saved by its users. The chart above shows the amount of saving activity by time of day. It is pretty consistent throughout waking hours, as you’s expect from people who are constantly bombarded with new information. It just never stops. Below is a chart showing when iPad users actually end up reading what they saved. As you can see, the time reserved for reading is shifted all the way to the right, with the sweet spot being between 7 PM and 11 PM at night. This suggests that iPad usage is competing with primetime TV for people’s attention (or that they watching TV with iPad in hand, or shifting their TV viewing to other times).

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The Essential Free Apps for the Super Bowl XLV

Of course this is relevant — we’re proud of our Pack! You can follow the ‘via’ link above to go to the source if you want the apps, oh, and Go, Pack, Go!

With Honeycomb, Google has a shot at catching Apple in tablets

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TechCrunch Review: The Name’s iPhone. Verizon iPhone.

Breaking news! iPhone users can now make calls for extended periods of time without the call dropping! MG Siegler reports “Yesterday, I made a 45-minute phone call from my office.

This seemingly unremarkable statement is remarkable for two reasons. First, I was able to place a call from my office — something which was impossible for me to do a week prior. Second, I made it through the entire 45-minutes without the call being dropped once. Again, this was impossible a week prior.

So what changed? Well, my iPhone changed.” You can follow the ‘via’ link above to go to the source if you want the rest of the story…

How to Use the New Web-Based Android Market