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CuteTag
CuteTag app is an efficient organizer tool with convenient navigation through personal data. With CuteTag you can be pretty sure that your data never be lost in a vast ocean of information and always be at your fingertips. Our main difference from other note-capturing software is an emphasize on making data exploring as easy as possible.
CuteShot
Sending postcards has always been a great way to do something pleasant to your friends and express your true feelings to people you love. CuteShot is a wonderful app that enables its users to capture those very special moments of their life and save them in postcards using various templates.
iBuster
iBuster game provides multiple difficulty levels, attractive fresh graphics and striking design and all that greatly enhances and intensifies the game experience. iBuster challenges users to destroy a carcass of blocks using a set of 3 bombs. That means a user has 3 attempts to make all blocks fall lower a rope. It seems so easy at first glance, but even having powerful bombs at your disposal, it should take tons of time before you become an expert.
iSchool

iSchool is a study organizer and Timetable Schedule Planner (for schools and universities). Very minimalistic but has everything you need. Study schedule, notes are attached to classes, homework with notifications, grades, grades analytic. Take a pictures or use voice recording as a note. Very simple. Very useful.

cPMR - Children Personal Medical Record

cPMR is very simple and convenient Personal Medical Record organizer for iPhone, which includes: Convention child diary, personal medical record, Electronics medical assistant, Height/weight tracking and Many more.

Tech-Black Friday Comes to Town

2010.11.25

Right now have caught myself thinking that Black Friday is just round the corner. So many of you are ready to get up early to join a long-long queue of people eager to make the cheapest deals of the year. Without any doubt Black Friday following Thanksgiving Day is one of the greatest things about living in the United States. It is so tempting and challenging to buy Christmas gifts at the lowest prices.

A lot of purchases are nowadays made online with retailers getting to customers through e-mails, Facebook, Twitter and other Internet services. Customers need to be well-informed when buying something, looking for a discount or just comparing shops. And retailers, in their turn, understand that they have to provide customers with this information at the right time. According to Yahoo, this year bargain hunters are also planning to use one more tool while holiday shopping – their iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices.

Conscientious retailers tend to create a better experience for their customers by inviting them to the virtual stores and offering mobile versions of their web-sites. Indeed, it is better to shop online instead of standing in long queues and wasting time, right?

For the past few years predictions have been made for the Black Friday hottest products. This season is expected to be a kind of tech-oriented. So rejoice, tech freaks!

Please take a look at the chart below. Here are the results of the survey conducted by BlackFriday.com. When asked to predict the top products to be bought on Black Friday 2010, the most popular responses were

- Apple iPad

- Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect

- Apple iPhone

- Sony HDTV

- Blu-Ray

- HTC Droid

- Canon Digital Camera

- Samsung 3D TV

- Dell Laptop

- Amazon Kindle

- Apple iPod Touch

- HP Mini Netbook

- Flip Video Camcorder

- VIZIO LCD HDTV

- Xbox 360 Gaming Console (blackfriday.com)

And looking at the following chart it is clear that electronics dominates over all other products.

Product Category % Interested
Electronic devices 59%
DVDs or Blu-rays 49%
Clothing 48%
Video Games/Systems 45%
Computers 44%
Toys 38%
Music/music related products 25%
Home appliances 25%
Gift certificates 21%
Home furnishings 16%
Jewelry 14%
Software 13%

So let’s wait and see… If all these predictions turn out to be true, this year is going to become the year of electronics or, in other words, the tech-year.

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