Why You Shouldn’t Buy Into the iPad Mini Hype

Why You Shouldn’t Buy Into the iPad Mini Hype

Reasons why you shouldn’t buy into the Apple iPad Mini Hype.

Here’s why:

– It’s $329, $130 more than the competition

– Uses the old A5 dual-core processor

– It only has a 1024 x 768-pixel display. That’s a lower resolution display than the Barnes and Noble Nook HD’s 7-inch 1440 x 900 display.

– Apple users are being taken for a ride on pure hype with the iPad Mini

– The Google’s Nexus 7 sets the bar at $199 Apple does not

Look at this graphic from: http://blog.laptopmag.com/ipad-mini-vs-the-competition-how-apples-smaller-tablet-compares

Watch the iPad Mini vs. Competition video:

Watch here at Business Insider

Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet vs. Amazon Kindle Fire

  • November 8, 2011
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Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet vs. Amazon Kindle Fire

After Amazon fully entered the tablet market last month with the Kindle Fire, it’s time for Barnes & Noble to follow suit with the Nook Tablet. Both companies have had e-book readers for a long time, and now both are trying to make their ways into more general computing devices like the iPad and other Android tablets. The feature sets are certainly impressive, and both corporations tout their devices as ground breaking products. But which one to choose? Is this new Nook Tablet superior to the Kindle Fire? A comparison is clearly in order.

First, let’s see how they compare on the basic hardware features. Both devices are similar in size and forms. They also have similar 7″ screens, with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. Barnes & Noble claims that their tablet has the advantage because of a greater viewing angle, which could end up being the case, but it’s a close call. The Nook Tablet has a dual-core CPU with a lot of RAM which makes it fast and snappy to load web pages or videos. This could give it a leg up on the Kindle Fire. Where it definitively has an advantage however is on storage. The Fire has 8GB, while the Nook has 16GB and is expandable. Of course, Amazon claims most storage needs are now in the cloud, but if you want to store a lot of e-books or songs locally, this may be a big issue.

On the software side, both tablets run heavily modified versions of Android, with branded apps on top of it. Both tablets focus heavily on e-books, and they both have a large selection available. Amazon has the advantage of Amazon Prime, which offers free lending to users of the service, but Barnes & Noble has deals with many libraries which offers lending services as well. They both have their own app store, although Amazon hasn’t said yet which services will come pre-built on the Kindle Fire. The Nook is said to include Hulu, Netflix and other popular services out of the box. All the other typical Internet functions like email and web browsing are fairly similar, although Amazon claims to have the edge with its new Silk browser which speeds up browsing. On the software end of things, it’s very much a personal preference type of deal.

Both tablets are pretty inexpensive, and because of that they lack some basic tablet functions like 3G, a camera and Bluetooth. However, the Fire is cheaper than the Nook, by $50. Is the Nook Tablet worth the extra money? It depends on your needs, like if you want the extra storage, or if you’re used to B&N’s services. Overall, it’s still a close race, with both options being quite interesting. They may be the first two tablets to rival the current market leaders if only on price.

Step-By-Step Guide How to Get Published on Amazon’s Kindle

  • May 4, 2011
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Step-By-Step Guide How to Get Published on Amazon’s Kindle

As a person, it is our nature to have an awesome talent. One of these talents is being a writer. A writer can create novels, stories, publications, or any form of writing which can give people an outburst of emotions, which can be an outburst of hatred, happiness, sadness, love, and many more. As a writer, it is important for them to publish their own articles and be known or famous for their own creation. There are lots of ways today for these articles to be published. You can send your article to any newspaper or you ask a printing press to publish a book or collection of your stories. Or you could just do it online. You can make a blog and post your stories there. And one of the most popular ways to publish your articles online is to publish it in Amazon’s Kindle. But wait a minute, what is Amazon’s Kindle anyway and how does it work?

The Amazon Kindle is portable e-book reader. Stating it more clearly, it is a combined software, hardware and network device developed by Amazon.com in their Lab126. It uses wireless connectivity to let the users of Amazon Kindle to download, shop for, browse and most importantly to read e-books, articles, newspapers, magazines, blogs or even any other form of digital publications. Well it is very evident that a lot of writers can get their articles to be read if they post their articles to Amazon Kindle and the problem of most writers is that they don’t really know how to publish an article in Amazon Kindle.

The solution is simple. Get ready your computer and an internet connection. The next step is to go to the Amazon site and look for the Publish on Kindle link at the bottom of Features and Services on the left side of the page. Open it and you will be instructed to log in, if you don’t have an account you should be instructed to create your account. If you already have an Amazon account you will be able to publish through their Digital Text Platform. Next, type your article clearly and very importantly, type it without mistakes because Amazon doesn’t really check it out. Running a spelling check might not really give you the best results of editing the spelling so you might read your manuscript again or even ask a friend to read it too. The next step is to format your article into .txt, .pdf, or .doc or .docx. Amazon allows you to upload your book in any of these three formats. Avoiding the PDF format is a good ides. It will be hard for Amazon to format it in the Kindle format. Upload it now on the Digital Text Platform. You have the choice to publish it right away or not. Amazon has a built-in dashboard which allows users to publish content any time they want. If you are all ready to publish your book, you can click the publish button and it is published already. It will appear in Amazon after 72 hours. Your pay will be given by Amazon on a monthly basis which is 35% of the profits.

That is how easy you can publish a book in Kindle. So what are you waiting for writers, type your articles now and publish them in Kindle so that you could get known from your own publications.

Amazon Taunts Apple iPad in New Commercial (VIDEO)

  • February 21, 2011
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Amazon Taunts Apple iPad in New Commercial (VIDEO)

As far as a reading device the Kindle is superior to the Apple iPad. In Amazon.com’s new commercial Amazon.com takes this fact to heart and attempts to bring down the Apple Ipad. The new commercial depicts models reading books, I know it’s a stretch…  Watch video below or click through on the article to watch video.

#1 on Kindle Keyword “Make Money”

Today I just added my blog to Kindle. I’m currently the #1 blog on the keyword “make money” and #3 on the keyword “money.”


Figures are crossed.. I hope people subscribe.

Publish Your Blog on Amazon’s Kindle for Free

I saw this article on John Chow today. If you have a blog you can add it to Amazon.com Kindle directory of blogs. Subscription revenue will be divided 70/30 70% going to Amazon and 30% going to you. Prices will start out at $1.99/month. I doubt anyone would pay to read my blog or most anyone’s blog for that matter, but it’s free publicity. I just signed up minutes ago and my CashSherpa.com is currently “Published” it was “Pending.” Get your blog published on Kindle here.







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