The Penta TPad IS 710r is a 7-inch tablet and is similar to the Aaksah tablet is terms of features and specifications. The tablet has a faster 1GHz processor with 256MB RAM, and comes with a VGA cameras. However, it does not support SIM card insertion and GPRS connectivity. The tablet runs on Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and is equipped with Wi-Fi support.
There are over hundreds of online shopping (e-commerce) websites in India that claim to sell products like smartphones, cameras, novels, pen drives, and so on, at a cheaper rate. However, it not only becomes a difficult task, but a time consuming job to compare the prices of products from various online shopping websites in order to find the best deal/offer.
Ever wondered how you can create a visual infographic of your Twitter activity? You should definitely try Tweetsheet then. Tweetsheet turns your Twitter activity into a visual infographic, revealing details of your Twitter activity, including best followers, most-retweeted posts, and so on. It also lists out the proper nouns, place/person names, etc. that were recently used in your tweets.
Samsung seems to have launched its Galaxy Tab 7.7 GT-P6800 tablet (also known as Tab 680) in the Indian market, which was unveiled in September 2011 at the gadget show IFA held in Germany. The Galaxy Tab 680 is powered by Android 3.2 and a 1.4 GHz processor.
A drawing – “Hero” – composed of 3.2 million ink dots created by Miguel Endara. Certainly an impressive piece of work!
The new Facebook photo viewer is simple enough, and unlike the previous version, you don’t have to scroll down to the bottom to read comments or add your comments. The new photo viewer doesn’t seem to be cluttered. Ads will be automatically hidden when there are more comments added to a photo. However, if you feel that the older version of the photo viewer was better, then you can follow the steps to switch back.
Facebook has started rolling out its new photo viewer to its users. The new version of the photo viewer looks very much similar to the photo viewer in Google+. Well, you can simply say that it’s a copy of it. The new photo viewer display larger photos with comments and advertisements shifted to the right-hand side, and includes the “like” and tag buttons on the bottom of the image.