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Without a doubt, the hottest (pun!) new tablet on the scene right now is the Amazon Kindle Fire. At $200 it stands to reason that this device may become the
If rumors are correct, Barnes & Noble is gearing up to announce their first actual tablet just in time to rival Amazon’s Kindle Fire. A few media outlets have obtained
Here’s your weekly dose of Android questions which are asked by users just like you, and answered by people just like you. Available over at the Android section of Stack
Since its release, the Logitech Revue has been quite popular (and even more so since Logitech dropped the price to $99), and it appears that it’s being updated.. sorta. The
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Lookout has identified a new Android malware threat which actually ends up as somewhat of an evolution of an older Trojan. This new threat shares common traits with the Legacy
Can this ereader compete with Amazon and Barnes & Noble?
We’ve seen Android hacked and modified to do many cool things, but I’ve never seen it running on an E-Ink display with ADW Launcher. Until now. So how is Android
U.S. Cellular just pinged our inbox to remind us that the HTC Hero S is available online today, selling for $199.99 after a $100 mail-in-rebate. As a reminder, specifications include
WebOS may be discontinued but the hardware it’s running on, the HP Touchpad, is still very, very alive. The Cyanogenmod team has released an alpha of Cyanogenmod 7 for the
Well what do we have here? The leaks just keep coming and coming. This time it’s Google Music 4.0.1 built specifically for launch with Ice Cream Sandwich. The app has
HTC has acknowledged that a security flaw in some of their recent devices has been found to leave collected information unprotected. Should you download the wrong application, a malicious developer
The guys over at XDA have done what we had hoped Google was going to do a few weeks back. If you own a Nexus S handsets on T-Mobile or
Don’t look now, but the baseball playoffs start next week. And just like last year, the official MLB application is being offered in a deep discounted fashion. Whereas last season
McAfee today shared its vision for securing mobile devices in corporate environments. The three-pronged approach for protecting mobile devices, mobile data, and mobile applications, is designed to help businesses and consumers manage their devices securely, as the threat environment quickly evolves.