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Mobile Apps Galore in the Weekly Tech Shop

The 7-O-7 Tech Shop of RMN Digital carries information on the 7 hot products introduced in the last 7 days – every week – based on the editor’s choice.

Now, you can take a look at new mobiles, tablet devices, video games, digital entertainment offers, consumer electronics products, enterprise solutions, etc. in the tech shop.

Here’s the collection of top items for the week: July 23 – July 29, 2012.

The week saw a slew of apps for mobile users. L’Oreal Paris brought “My L’Oreal Colorist,” a mobile app that serves as a personal color consultant. The company suggests now women can finally skip the salon while still experiencing professionally inspired hair color results at home with one app download.

The Department of Defense has a new smartphone mobile application to help service members and their families manage the challenges of military life. LifeArmor has seventeen behavioral topics with information, assessments, videos with personal stories and interactive exercises to develop coping skills.

Vmersion-Health, which develops and publishes social media applications for health-related causes, has introduced Gluco-Share. It is a mobile smart device application that connects people living with diabetes with their family and friends through a private and secure social media network.

And the IBM THINK Exhibit app is an “innovation time machine” that shows how early tools have evolved into modern advances that create healthier populations, greener energy and safer, less congested cities.

Meanwhile, ING U.S., a leading financial services provider, has introduced a new mobile game app designed to help build investment and retirement planning awareness for consumers of all ages.

Among the other items, Adobe Systems has announced Adobe Technical Communication Suite 4 software, the next generation of its single-source authoring and multi-device publishing toolkit for technical writers, help authors and instructional designers.

And software company Autodesk is offering Autodesk Inventor Fusion technology for 3D CAD modeling.

That’s all for the week.

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