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The latest stuff for your Android device — There’s an app for that

This is one of thousands of articles published every day about smartphones, tablets, eReaders, and any other kind of gadgets. The problem is that you only really care about news related to the devices you actually own. So how do you filter out all of the latest stuff you don’t really care about? That’s where Drippler come in.

Kobo reports record eBook and eReader sales

Did you get an eBook or eReader for Christmas? It seem a lot of people did. Kobo reported a 10X increase in new customers from the company’s pre-holiday period, and hundreds of thousands of devices were activated each day since Christmas Eve, fuelling the highest eBook download rate in Kobo history – with eBooks being sold to Kobo customers every second of the day.

Goodnight iPad..children’s book updated for Post PC age

Goodnight iPad is a parody of the popular children bedtime story Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown illustrated by Clement Hurd which was first published in 1947. Goodnight iPad written by children’s author David Milgrim under the pseudonym “Ann Droyd“. His updated updated story shows a very different homelife 50 years later, with mobile devices, social networks, and non-stop streaming media. Even the cat is wearing headphones.