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Well with the recent news that the Android Market has seen an increase of 9,000+ apps PER MONTH over the March & April, it’s no surprise here that the quality and quantity of apps just keeps increasing…

Of the top quality apps, here are my picks for May:

1) Mint.com

http://www.mint.com/features/android/ (not online yet)

(Android Market) http://www.android.com/market/

2) Official Twiiter app for Android was released (requires 2.1):

http://blog.twitter.com/2010/04/twitter-for-android-robots-like-to.html

3) Skyfire web browser (includes Flash video support)

http://www.skyfire.com/

4) iMobster (Mafia Wars like game for Android)

http://imobsters.storm8.com/

5) Asphalt 5 (paid)

http://www.asphalt-5.com/

http://www.gameloft.com/

6) UPS Mobile

http://www.ups.com/android/

7) Runkeeper

http://runkeeper.com/

8) Subsonic (media streaming app)

http://www.subsonic.org/

9) Craigslist Notification

http://craigslist-notification.mufumbo.com/

10) SlideIT

  • Swipe based keyboard input (similar to Swype)

http://dasur.co.il/Product/SlideIT/Android/download.php

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UPDATE: Release date set for April 8th

Well this time last year the details of Autodesk Revit 2010 were released along with webcasts showing off all the new features. Yet here we are still with no details (well publicly available) about Revit 2011 and the released date less than 2 months away.

Never fear, once Autodesk releases their press-release you’ll see the final list of new and improved features for Revit 2011. So bookmark this site and I promise you I’ll publish the feature post as soon as the news becomes public. Let’s just hope they don’t pull an “Apple” and hold all the details until the release date. Now that would be traumatic.

Maybe Autodesk is just waiting for the Olympics to end, so they can garner more press 🙂

Anyhow, if you have any public information or mere speculations on what’s new in Revit 2011, please feel free to comment below.

Windows Vista LogoAfter numerous reports of the increased performance of Windows Vista Service Pack 1, we can now see for ourselves whether it’s true or not.   It has now been released to the public via Microsoft Download Center and Windows Update.

Windows Vista SP1 (32-bit)Download  [434.5 MB]

Windows Vista SP1 (64-bit)Download  [726.5 MB]

If you are only updating one computer, please use Windows Update as it has a more appropriate download for your version that will result in a smaller download.  All versions have been reported as available now on Windows Update.

UPDATE: Read the Microsoft article for “Notable Changes in Windows Vista SP1