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  • How-Tos: How to Use Your Android Tablet as a Secondary Display

    If you own an Android tablet, you probably get most of your real work done on a desktop or laptop PC, and use your tablet primarily for casual Web browsing and content consumption. But you can use your tablet to improve your productivity, too. Since a tablet is essentially a portable touchscreen, why not repurpose it during work hours as a secondary display?

  • News: Microsoft Outlook.com doesnt play well with Android mobile

    One of the hot new features of Microsoft’s upgraded and renamed email service Outlook.com -- that devices without Office loaded onto them can open Office attachments in the cloud via a browser – won’t work with Android mobile devices.. Clicking on the attachments is supposed to enable viewing and editing them from a Microsoft cloud-based SkyDrive account, but that doesn’t happen. Instead the device downloads the document and attempts to open it with an Office reader.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S3 in black gets shown off

    Samsung has revealed a black version of its Galaxy S3 smartphone online.

  • News: Samsung could face court penalty over lawyer's oversight

    Samsung could face penalties from the U.S. District Court in Northern California after one of its lawyers involved in the patent battle against Apple admitted that she hadn't file the paperwork necessary to practice law in front of the court.

  • News: South Korean court delays Apple-Samsung verdict

    The final ruling in the patent battle between Apple and Samsung in a South Korean court was abruptly postponed just a day before the originally scheduled date of Aug. 10.

  • Buying Advice: Tablet wars: is the Nexus 7 a good deal?

    PC Advisor examines Google's motivation for launching the Nexus 7, and asks whether the Nexus 7 is a good deal for consumers.

  • News: Digia buys Qt app framework from Nokia, plans Android, iOS and Windows 8 ports

    Digia has acquired the Qt framework from Nokia, giving it full control over the application framework, and now plans to expand support to more platforms, it said on Thursday.

  • News: Samsung wanted Galaxy S to emulate iPhone

    Samsung deliberately tried to make its Galaxy S smartphone more like the Apple iPhone, it has been revealed.

  • News: Digia buys Qt app framework from Nokia, plans Android, iOS and Windows 8 ports

    Digia has acquired the Qt framework from Nokia, giving it full control over the application framework, and now plans to expand support to more platforms, it said on Thursday.

  • News: Google search will include Gmail results

    Google has announced that it is starting a trial which includes Gmail in its search engine results.

  • Video: Sony Xperia Go video review

    The Sony Xperia Go is a ruggedized mid-priced Android smartphone designed to resist dust and water. Flaps around the plastic casing seal the ports. Here's our Sony Xperia Go video review.

  • News: Starbucks, Square Partner Up to Make Paying for Coffee Even Easier

    Starbucks has "signed up" with mobile payments processor Square, the two companies announced Tuesday evening in a bid to make buying a Venti Latte as easy as flashing your smartphone at the store’s barista. The deal will also help significantly reduce the fees Starbucks pays for credit card processing to banks.

  • News: Android and iOS dominate mobile market, says IDC

    Android was on over two-thirds of smartphones shipped in the second quarter, with Apple's iOS on around a sixth of them -- more than all the remaining smartphone OSes combined, IDC said Wednesday. Windows Phone's share of the market continues to grow, although it remains far behind the front runners.

  • News: Samsung leaks Galaxy Note 2 image?

    Samsung might have inadvertently posted a picture of its upcoming Galaxy Note 2 on Facebook.

  • News: Run Android apps on Windows with the BlueStacks app

    Have you ever wanted to run the apps on your Android phone or tablet on your PC? Or would you like to use Android apps even if you don't own an Android device? An innovative application, named BlueStacks, lets you do exactly this: With it, you can install and run Android apps on a Windows computer.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note to get Android Jelly Bean this autumn

    Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note are set to receive an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update this autumn.

  • News: 10 Ways to Get the Most From Your Wi-Fi-Only Tablet

    Much to the chagrin (and much against the ill wishes) of wireless carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, people are buying Wi-Fi-only tablets. In fact, some studies have shown that in 2011 up to 90 percent of all tablets sold in the United States relied on Wi-Fi, rather than on 3G or 4G LTE.

  • News: Siri, meet Nina

    Nuance Communications Monday introduced Nina, a virtual speech assistant that companies can add to iOS and Android mobile apps.

  • Video: Video: Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X

    In this video we take the Samsung Galaxy S3 and put it up against the HTC One X, exploring the differences, and seeing which is best for certain task. Here's our Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X comparison video review.

  • News: Holiday Tech: Droolworthy Gear Coming This Fall

    You're still slathering on sunscreen, and the dog days of summer (by ancient reckoning) arrived less than two weeks ago; but the most tempting HDTVs, Ultrabooks, games, and smartphones for the impending holiday season are already coming into focus.

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