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Moleskine have been nice enough to send us an Evernote notebook, which we covered in an article last year. The notebook is of extremely high quality, and is specifically designed so that you can easily snap a picture of your sketches and send them straight to your Evernote account. The notebook also comes with a 3 month premium subscription to Evernote.
Ubuntu OS has caused quite a fuss since being shown off officially earlier this month. Many people don’t have to wait much longer before being able to try out the new operating system as it launches on the Galaxy Nexus in February. However, that leaves many people not knowing how long they’ll have to wait before they can get their hands on it. So, because of the amazing custom options of Android, you can now come theme out your device to look like Ubuntu.
In 2011, Apple revealed a voice assistant named ‘Siri’, which quickly became a household name due to its popularity. It was released with the iPhone 4S, and for many people was the main selling point on the device which had only been tweaked since the last generation. However, although this was Siri’s biggest stage, it wasn’t the first time it had been revealed to the public.
Last week, HMV went into administration, and hired an accountancy firm to help manage what the company had left, including the retail stores across the UK. However, reports today are saying that major record labels are considering offering potential buyers large credit incentives, in an attempt to help save the dying company.
If you’ve been in any shopping centre recently, you’ve probably noticed that it’s overrun with EE stores. When Orange and T-Mobile combined, it meant that the EE branding took over each store. My local shopping centre is the Metro Centre, and I have counted at least 5 EE stores.
Facebook has rolled out an update to the iOS version of Facebook Messenger which has enabled the ability to call your friends directly from the application. The feature currently only works iPhone-to-iPhone and has only been released in Canada and the US so far, however it hopefully won’t be long until it reaches the UK.
Earlier today I was browsing the Behance network, when I stumbled across this neat little project. The Android Charging Station is basically a massive Android mascot, with lots of charging cables sticking out. After a little bit of ‘googling’, I found that they are actually being used by Google themselves at events, to help ensure the reporters always have enough juice left on their phones. Google looks like an extremely fun company to work at.