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Runtastic brings a GPS watch, fitness monitors and more to the US

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Most app developers have few incentives to build their own hardware, let alone the resources. With 25 million mobile users, Runtastic has both -- so it only makes sense that the company is bringing a slate of complementary exercise gear to the US for the first time. The initial...
Runtastic brings a GPS watch, fitness monitors and more to the US

Barnes & Noble Nook Snaps offer fresh literature in $2 bites

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Barnes & Noble's Nook Store has offered short-form works much like those we've seen from Amazon's Kindle Shorts section, but they haven't really been a highlight. The company's new Nook Snaps program may give those quick reads their time to shine, however. The effort will see Barnes & Noble...
Barnes & Noble Nook Snaps offer fresh literature in $2 bites
BenchPrep adds 400 hours of video courses to all-you-can-eat subscription

Microsoft's Play strategy brings Xbox games to Windows 8 and RT (video)

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Microsoft signaled its intent to directly back Windows 8 gaming before the OS was shipping, and it's proving true to its word through a new Play program. The team-up with NVIDIA brings Xbox (or really, Xbox Live Arcade) games directly to Windows 8 and Windows RT, with friends, multiplayer...
Microsoft's Play strategy brings Xbox games to Windows 8 and RT (video)

OpenEMI and Groovebug release Blue Note Records App for jazz fans

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Pairing the old with the new, Blue Note Records, established in 1939, has launched an app for iPad developed by Groovebug. Blue Note was founded in America to make recordings of traditional jazz and has since become one of the best known jazz labels in the world, encompassing many more...
OpenEMI and Groovebug release Blue Note Records App for jazz fans
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