Roundup: Barbara Walters Names Steve Jobs Most Fascinating Person

Steve Jobs named as the most fascinating person of 2011 while Midori attempts to break language barriers between USA and Japan.

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Kindle products selling more than one million in a week
Amazon has been selling various products online and lately, many of its Kindle Products and services entered the market. According to Amazon, the Kindle products have moved at a rate of “more than one million per week” for the past three weeks. That number includes the currently available members of the e-reading family, including the 4th generation Kindle, Kindle Touch (3G Version and Wi-Fi Version included) and Kindle Fire.

Steve Jobs

Barbara Walters names Steve Jobs most fascinating person
Renowned Broadcast Journalist Barbara Walters has named Steve Jobs as the most fascinating person of 2011. Jobs was at the top spot in the yearly list of most fascinating people by Walters. The other people who were in the list this year were Herman Cain, Simon Cowell, Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (from the popular ABC TV show Modern Family), Katy Perry, The Kardashian family, Donald Trump, Derek Jeter (of New York Yankees), Amanda Knox and Pippa Middleton.

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New Japanese-English Dictionary for iPhone and iPad
This is a good news for Apple fanboys in Japan, Americans in Japan and Japanese living in USA. Midori, a Japanese-English dictionary, which can be very helpful to students in Japan and USA, can now be used on iPhone and iPad.

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