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Art!

You saw the teaser for the Kobo Aura HD, too! I’m happy with the Kobo Mini, but I think I’d be happier with the Aura HD. There’s nothing like a dedicated e-ink reader for going through your summer reading list, right?

When you’re done with your books, you can catch up on your TV show backlog, courtesy of the extra storage that the new wireless Seagate drives provide. And in case you still have some time on your hands, you can do some spring, er, summer, cleaning, go paperless with a Doxie One scanner, and regain some storage space at home and in the office.

And since you were out of town last week, you ight want to go through the rest of last week’s posts. Links below.

Happy reading!

Jason

Monday, April 15
Promo Alert! Buy an iPhone from Beyond the Box and get 50% off on a new case
Malware Alert! Targeted attack on Android discovered
Previously on Technoodling (April 8 to 14)
Seagate launches Wireless Storage Devices
Game Review – Aliens: Colonial Marines (Hint: Avoid at all costs)

Tuesday, April 16
Tech treats and goodies perfect for Summer!
Hello Kobo Aura HD, the premium ebook reader
Samsung Galaxy S4 to be available locally in about two weeks?

Wednesday, April 17
Cherry Mobile Hyper is your sub-Php5K 5-inch ICS Android phone
Review: SocBlue Dual-SIM Bluetooth Adapter
Facebook Chat Heads now Available on iOS
Sony Xperia Z Charging Dock Review

Thursday, April 18
Dungeon Hunter 4 out now on Android too!
Toshiba’s Kirabook: A high-res screen in an Ultrabook body
System-wide Chatheads jailbreak tweak for iOS coming soon
Click the City lets you eat your way to a MacBook Air!
Review: Doxie One portable cordless scanner

Friday, April 19
Spotify Now In Asia! But…
Tech Musings: Have devices hit the developmental ceiling? Maybe.
What’s next for Motorola: Unbreakable phones?

Saturday, April 20
Be Iron Man for a day courtesy of Marvel!

Sunday, April 21
Globe Tattoo launches Tatt Awards 2013

Jason

Jason

Jason de Villa is teacher by day and a geek at all other times of the day. When he’s not teaching, he’s reading and writing about technology, looking for ways technology can help in education. His favorite noodles: Pancit Malabon Express.

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