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  • Brace yourselves – Android tablet costs $150. This is not much of a surprise considering the fact that the Augen Gen of Touch 78 version, holding a pirated application of the Android is being sold with the help of Kmart. Android being freely distributed, one needs licenses to use some proprietary Google apps, and it looks like for these licenses, Augen didn’t want to spring any expenses.


    In order to receive the licenses of having Google applications (such as Google Maps, most likely the Market of android), one should be a part of Alliance for Open cellphone. Augen is not the reason for which some quirks in software are found. The Market of Android is present even in that tablet, but you will still not be allowed to download apps. Instead, applications can just be browsed until your eyes start bleeding. Although this is by far one of the best bargains you will ever be able to get, but a resistive feature of touch screen is quite bad. Apart from this, to add ice to this cake, the Market of Android has been installed only for viewing applications.



    Just when the Augen tablet became a cheap Shkit piece, it won’t let you have the ability to install apps from Market, and you got to be limited by the feature of resistive and sensitively pressure handler touch screen. But I wonder if there had been any way to perform some magic and enable ADB to push and pull, that will let you be allowed to install apps from the line of command. If one of them were to have success in it, this wouldn’t be that bad having the Gen of Touch 78 version. It is not being said that it would be so good though, it never would be that poor in quality. It goes to just show that really there is no desirable tablet of Android around yet; I hardly think as well that Dell’s Streak may fit the bill.



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  • Cope of the Michigan state are now all set to be putting into action the state's ban on text messaging while driving from 1st July onwards since it is becoming a big threat to live on the streets. This action has already been undertaken by 14 other states in the United States of America, as well as in various countries over the world. In Canada for instance, the whole phenomenon of sending text messages from your  unlocked cellphone while behind the wheel is being eliminated in gradual stages by the implementation of stringent fines and reprimands.



    However as straightforward the law may seem, it will be really difficult to implement properly. The moot point is that how is one supposed to understand whether you're text messaging or just looking at the number of missed calls you got in the last half an hour? Michigan Police Executive Director Tom Hendrickson said that it would be difficult for law enforcers to understand whether a person is text messaging while driving and he does have a valid point.


    Matt Bolger, 1st Lt. of the State Police, who trains cops on new laws, says that people who are using their cell-phone for calling have nothing to fret about. There would be a fine of around $ 100 for the first time and then a fine of $200 the next time you are caught.



    By enforcing this law Michigan moved into the bandwagon, which already includes other US states such as California, New Jersey and also Washington D.C.


    One good thing about the law is its transparency. Chances are that wherever you might be caught, you would have to pay a fine. So Michigan has decided to go ahead and ban text messaging while driving from unlocked phone. Indeed, one can make a call instead (as there's no ban on talking on a Bluetooth device)!



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