GNUCash is a Free double-entry accounting software that can be used to manage your income and expenditure. I have been using GNUCash for many years now and it has helped me immensely in controlling my expenses in tune to my income.
It is released under GPL and runs in Windows, Linux, and various flavors of Unices.
When I was young, we used to keep an adoring dog as a pet. He was with us for many years till he died of old age. Unfortunately, after that it was not practical for us to adopt a pet due to living constraints. Recently, I came across a nice game that runs on Android device. It is a virtual pet game called Pou.
If you are in the habit of writing – whether it is to send an email, compose a blog post, or write manuals, you will need a dictionary. The traditional printed dictionaries are cumbersome, and their online variants need an internet connection. However, there are a number of free offline dictionaries that you can run on your Android cell phone.
Some time back, I had covered one such offline dictionary named Artha which works on multiple platforms including Windows, and Linux. Unfortunately, it will not run on mobile devices such as your Android cell phone.
NSE Mobile Trading app is a free android app that allows you to keep track of equity being traded at the National Stock Exchange in India. This is a very useful android app for people who buy and sell shares in Indian stock market.
Since its first release, Google Chrome has steadily gained in popularity – thanks to Chrome’s innovative features and also Google’s marketing might. As of January 2012, the Chrome web browser enjoys a global market share of 17.20% which is just below Firefox’s 18.97% market share.
Microsoft has released its flagship note taking software OneNote for the Android platform. Microsoft OneNote app for Android is a free software that allows you to create up to 500 notes on your Android cell phone.
India gets the cheapest tablet in the world. The much hyped low-cost tablet nicknamed Aakash (meaning ‘sky’ in Hindi) will be made available to school students at a subsidized price of $35, ~ Indian Rs 1750.
Aakash is a collaboration between the Indian government and a small British-based company DataWind.
Last Wednesday, Amazon unveiled the much awaited, next generation Kindle e-book readers, and an Android tablet named Kindle Fire.
The new Kindle e-book readers and the Kindle tablet are definitely going to be crowd pullers when they hit the retail stores throughout the US somewhere around mid November this year.
Beetel Teletech has announced the launch of Beetel Magiq – A cheap Android tablet costing a mere (Indian) Rs 9999. For this appealing low price, the Beetel Magiq tablet packs in lots of features.
Reliance Communications in India has rolled out an Android Tablet supporting 3G for a bargain price.
The cheap Android tablet comes with a 7.1 inch capacitive display, 512MB RAM, an 800MHz processor, and microSD slot which supports upto 32GB card.