Google has launched a cloud-based note-taking service called Google Keep. You can sign in with your Google Account using a web browse by visiting drive.google.com/keep, or you can grab the Android app from the Google Play Store.
With Google Keep, you can create notes, checklists, photos and voice memos — and all the content syncs across your devices. If that sounds like Evernote, well, that’s because it’s almost the same thing.An Android version of Google Keep [Google Play link] for phones and tablets running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher is available in the Google Play store. It isn’t clear if Google will bring out an iOS version of its app or not — but we wouldn’t be surprised to see at least some of the Keep functionality on Apple’s OS in the future.
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Wickedleak have launched another 3G tablet, Wammy Ethos.
The company had previously launched Wammy plus tablet. The Wammy Ethos brings with it some features that were not present on the Wammt Plus tab. Wammy Ethos tab is powered by 1.2 GHz CPU supported by 512 MB of ram. Ethos has got 4GB of internal space which is expandable upto 32 GB via MicroSD card. Ethos runs on Android ICS (4.0).
Ethos comes with built-in SIM slot. You can also use the tab as a phone and for video calling. Ethos has got only front camera and lacks GPS. Ethos is expected to deliver great sound with its stereo speakers. Wi-Fi, HDMI port, mini USB port and 3.5 mm jack are some of the other features. Ethos runs on powerful 3500 mAh battery.
Wammy Ethos features :
Allwinner 1.2 GHz CPU
4GB internal and MicroSD support up to 32GB.
3500 mAh battery
Android 4.0 ICS
7 inch touchscreen @ 800×480 pixels resolution.
3G SIM slot
Front VGA camera.
Mini USB, HDMI port and 3.5 mm Jack.
The Wammy Ethos is priced at INR 9,298.