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Wink is a Great Way to Selectively Share Photos

Never email another photo with Wink, a clever new way to share photos. The free iOS app uses your current location so you could take a large group photo and have it distributed instantly with friends nearby (as long as your friends have Wink installed). You can use any app to create your photos because Wink culls images from your camera roll, making sharing even more flexible.

The Danish makers claim to be targetting private photo storage devices like Dropbox, USB, and email not Instagram or Flickr. The technology is oriented towards a youths and young adults who likes to take a lot of photos of friends but doesn’t want to publicly share it on Facebook or Twitter. Click below to watch their cute promotional hamster rapping video.
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EC Media To Lauch Smaller, Cheaper Wink eReader

EC Media, who launched the Wink eReader in India earlier this month, already has plans for its next model. The new Wink XTS model will be smaller and cheaper.

Cyber Media India Online reports: “This new model, to be launched in 3-4 months, will have five-inch display and other features that are almost similar to the existing models of Wink ebook reader. Wink is also planning to launch some new models with six-inch display in the price range Rs 8000 [About $175]. Wink allows users to read in 15 languages and makes available 200,000 titles to choose from.”

The current model launched on September 1st and has a 6-inch display with an eInk screen. It also supports more than 15 regional languages, and besides eReading, it also plays music, supports video games and connects to e-mail.