Peppers designed to be perfect as poppers, Microsoft brings OneNote to the iPhone, 100 photo filters from Trey Ratcliff, Nintendo tells us when we can start playing their new #DS system, and wall sockets are growing USB ports!
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Science again expands the frontier of knowledge and makes life better. This time, it's a pepper, perfectly designed to be stuffed with cream cheese!
For those who like to keep their notes in the cloud, Microsoft has released OneNote for the iPhone. It's free in the app store for a limited time.
Ever wish the camera app on your phone brought some of the poetry of photography into the app itself? 100 Cameras in 1 does that, and its 100 filters will keep you busy!
Want to keep reading that eBook, but worried about obstacles as you walk along? MegaReader uses your camera to let you know what's ahead when you're watching the screen.
We've known about Nintendo's handheld 3D game system for a while, but we now know it will be landing March 27th, for $249.
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