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Briefly: Marvel comes to iBooks, Smart Baby Monitor in US

updated 12:40 am EST, Fri March 2, 2012

Smart Baby Monitor launched in US

On Tuesday Marvel begin offering a number of its graphic novels in Apple's iBook Store. Titles include Civil War, Spider-Man, House of M, Captain America, New Avengers, and more, with prices ranging from free up to $25. The publisher has promised to add new titles to the store each week, all of which will be viewable on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Furthermore, Marvel is also currently offering New Avengers Vol.1: Breakout as a free download.

Withings has announced the US launch of its Smart Baby Monitor

Withings has announced that its Smart Baby Monitor for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is now available in the US. The monitor is capable of detecting sound, movement, temperature and humidity levels, and features a 3MP camera with an extra wide view lens and night vision with infrared LEDs. The monitor is also equipped with a two way microphone that allows parents to both hear their child, as well as interact with them when not physically in the room. The Smart Baby Monitor can be purchased online for $300.




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  1. facebook_Samuel

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    Even better...

    "The Walking Dead" graphic novels have showed up in the iBooks store too...

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