Google has opened an online bookstore eBooks

Google has opened an online bookstore eBooksBooks purchased by users in the online store Google eBooks, is stored in a personal cloud storage. Get access to your library, you can from any device with Internet access.

December 6 Google launched an online bookstore eBooks. This is IT-company said in a blog post.

To make a purchase in a store, you must have an account with Google. Purchased books are stored in the cloud, which means that every customer has a personal online library, access to which can be accessed from any device: PC, laptop, tablet, mobile phone and so on. E-reader Kindle, released online retailer Amazon, in the list, however, is not.

11 clean technology innovation that can change the world

11 clean technology innovation that can change the worldResourcefulness is the key to success

It seems that the development of clean technologies each year is growing exponentially. The following eco-friendly technology, inventions can compete with their conventional counterparts, and in some cases exceed them. This is a reminder that the only thing that connects us with the old, less environmentally friendly technologies – is the lack of ingenuity. We offer the most acquainted with the list of new clean technologies to fight for the well-being of our planet.

During the year the world's smartphone sales have doubled

During the year the world's smartphone sales have doubledIn the third quarter of 2010, the volume of global smartphone sales doubled compared to the same period in 2009. Total in July-September, the world was sold 80.5 million smartphones, according to analyst firm Gartner.

The most popular mobile platforms are Symbian, Android and Apple iOS with figures 36.6, 25.5 and 16.7 percent respectively. Moreover, the share of Google Android for the year increased by more than seven times.

Also, analysts at Gartner presented data on the total number of mobile phones sold. It turned out that in the third quarter of 2010, the world has been acquired 417,000,000 new "mobile phones". In this year the figure rose to 35 percent.