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Briefly: eBay acquires RedLaser, Readdle Calendars app

updated 05:40 pm EDT, Thu June 24, 2010

Calendars manages Google Calendar data

eBay has acquired the barcode scanning app RedLaser, while Readdle has released a new iPhone app for managing Google Calendars.


eBay has announced the acquisition of RedLaser, the barcode scanning app for the iPhone. The company plans to integrate the technology into its own apps, including eBay Marketplace, eBay Selling, StubHub and Shopping.com. Users will be able to quickly create eBay listings by accessing pricing trends and product details for items in the company's catalog. An independent version of RedLaser should remain in the App Store as a free download.

Readdle brings Google Calendar management to iPhone

A new time management app has been released for the iPhone by Readdle. Calendars is a Google Calendar client that lets users access and manage online calendars with functions such as creating new events, moving existing ones and triggering SMS alerts. Users can edit calendars whether or not an Internet connection is available, and then sync changes once back online. Also included in the app are several different views for browsing events by day, week or month. Calendars is available for $7 in the App Store.






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    Dang, I just got it too.

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