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At Google I/O last week we got to see a number of new things, including the music service we already reported on as well as the ‘-1′ to Google’s myriad chat options with ‘Hangouts’ combining chat and talk. “Industrialist” Dale Carnegie started a training course to help people learn to success in a capitalist system, and he did it 100 years ago. I reviewed Toast’s wood back for the iPad mini back in March. (Read the review.) It went on easily and looked good. Handheld game systems are great on long summer car trips or on the beach, so grab a quality arsenal before you head out the door for warmer weather fun. When I began doing Couch to 5K again (something I need to do yet again tomorrow because I let too much time pass between runs) I needed a way to carry my iPhone. Oh No Fractions! 2.0 for iOS is now available As a guy who, for a while, actually majored in math (or “maths”, for you British folks) in college, that most people “hate math” is something that always kind of baffled me. Magic Paint with Math: Funny Math Tutor for Kids for Android and iOS Okay, I don’t know why but for some reason we’ve gotten not one but two different notices about new math apps this week. Geneva Sound markets the Geneva Sound System Model XS as “the world’s first portable audio system with true Hi-Fi sound”. The never-ending battle for king of the smartphones has never been more interesting, with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 leading the charge. I use my iPad for just about everything — notes, pictures, writing posts, browsing the web, etc.