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by George Heymann

Voice Share: Send Voice Messages via SMS and Facebook

by George Heymann | @techeadlines

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Our friends at Base 2 Applications, LLC have released their latest creation Voice Share. Voice Share is a smartphone app that simplifies sharing “voice notes” with your friends and family through SMS messaging and Facebook available for Android and Windows Phone.

Using the app is a breeze, you tap on the big microphone icon to record your voice message, then tap another to share via SMS or Facebook. You can also attach “gifts” (colorful icons) both free and premium versions to your voice recordings to send with your recordings. Please note you are limited to 1 of each type of gift per day. Premium gifts require you to unlock Voice Share premium a 99 cent in app purchase.

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Filed under: Android, General technology, Google, Microsoft, Quick look, Services, Software, Windows, Windows Phone 7, WP7, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Nook tablet to be sold through TigerDirect and CompUSA

by John Roberts

Technology Market

Barnes & Noble, the world’s largest bookseller, in collaboration with TigerDirect and CompUSA, has announced that they will be bringing the company’s award-winning line of Nook eReading devices and related accessories to retail stores nationwide including TigerDirect and CompUSA, and online at TigerDirect.com and CompUSA.com, beginning in December. Customers will now have access to a wide array of popular and innovative Nook devices designed for readers of all ages.

Nook devices are the perfect choice for anyone who wants access to their favorite reads anywhere they go. Customers seeking a simple, easy-to-use, dedicated reading experience will love the Nook Simple Touch Reader, an ultra-light, portable 6-inch eReader with the most-advanced E Ink Pearl display and the longest battery life of any eReader. With a simple tap, it’s intuitive and easy to navigate, shop and read.

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Primer: Advantages of Using Gmail for Internet E-mail

Courtesy of Christine Kane

www.internetserviceproviders.org

Shopping for an e-mail service is akin to shopping for detergent at SuperDuperMart: a mile aisle with 5,000 products that don’t differ very much. The little differences, however, are what make the BIG difference, and e-mail shopping is the same way. Gmail might be termed “new and improved”, to the point where someone who feels trapped in a Hotmail or Comcast account might wish to consider a change. Some of the more salient advantages of gmail are listed below.

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Preview: NoLED provides persistent notification for missed calls or messages

by George Heymann

techeadlines@gmail.com

I have a recurring problem missing SMS messages. I’m frequently in the field, in noisy environments, and can’t hear the one-time message alerts at times. NoLED has provided a workable solution for this problem.

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