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Fahrenheit 451: Did Bradbury’s dystopia come true? Ringadoc virtually connects you with a doctor anytime, Motorola’s next super phone leaked, Apple still has it, Elvis resurrected as hologram, scoreAscore gives you original music for your video, Twitter can track disease & more!
Fahrenheit 451: Did Bradbury’s Dystopia Come True?
Yep. Developers Are Still Building For Apple’s iOS Over Android By A Factor Of 2-to-1
Photo Aggregator Pixable Acq-hires The Badass Developer Who Built Their Android App In 3 Weeks (And It’s Live Now)
Ringadoc Virtually Connects You With A Doctor Anytime, Raises $750K Seed From Founders Fund’s FF Angel
Motorola’s Next Super Phone Leaked: Meet Verizon’s Droid RAZR HD
Browse Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter All From One App: The Updated MyPad
Apple Still Has It
Roommate Wanted: Apartable Helps You Find Compatible Roommates
Elvis Presley Will Be Resurrected as Hologram for Film, TV
Ray Bradbury: A Visionary Who Couldn’t Embrace the Digital Age
Mitt Romney Probably Shouldn’t Have Been Using Hotmail
Need Original Music for Your Video? Try scoreAscore
Now There Are More Internet Addresses Than Stars in the Universe
‘The Wire: The Musical’ Brings Showtunes to the Streets of Baltimore [VIDEO]
Need a Quick Opinion? There’s An App For That
Nike Shoes Designed by Kanye West Sell for $90,000 on eBay
Twitter Can Track Disease — Can It Predict Outbreaks?
WorldDesk Announces First Apps For Use On Platform, Includes Spotify, VLC Player, Tweetdeck & Angry Birds
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