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  • News: Android users are prime target for malware

    A new report summarizing the malware and cybersecurity trends for the second quarter of 2012 has been released. The report found the biggest spike in malware samples detected in four years, and illustrates the growing threat faced by mobile devices—particularly Android mobile devices.

  • Opinion: Russia Yanks Google From Android Tablets

    If you're not happy with your Android phone or tablet collecting your data and sending it to Google, you're not alone. The Russian defense ministry announced a stripped-down and encrypted version of Google's operating ssytem, destined for government and military devices, will also be on sale to the public.

  • News: Google Nexus 7 with 3G to arrive this year?

    Google will supposedly be launching a new model of its Nexus 7 tablet with 3G mobile connectivity.

  • How-Tos: How to download and install Amazon Appstore

    Here's our guide to getting the Amazon Appstore for your Android smartphone or tablet.

  • News: Apple takes aim at Samsung's Galaxy S III in amended patent complaint

    Shortly after a major win against Samsung in a federal court in California, Apple added products including versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III in an amended patent infringement complaint before the court in a separate patent case against Samsung.

  • News: Hybrid tablets and 4K TVs top trends at IFA in Berlin

    This year at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin vendors introduced and demonstrated a plethora of ultra-high resolution TVs, hybrid tablets based on Microsoft's upcoming operating systems, as well as the first device based on Windows Phone 8.

  • Opinion: App Spotlight: SwiftKey 3 for Android on Sale for 99 Cents

    Can a single app make a major difference in your productivity? For anyone who routinely taps out lengthy emails on their phone or tablet, the answer is a resounding yes -- when that app is SwiftKey 3.

  • Video: Toshiba AT300 video review

    A 10in Android tablet that has a quad-core processor and runs Ice Cream Sandwich, here's our Toshiba AT300 video review.

  • Video: Orange San Diego video review

    The San Diego is the UK's first Intel-powered smartphone. It runs Android Gingerbread. Here's our Orange San Diego video review.

  • News: HBO on its way to Nordic TVs and smartphones

    HBO is launching a TV service in the Nordic countries that will allow people to watch series such as Game of Thrones and True Blood across a number of devices, the company said announced on Friday.

  • Video: Samsung Galaxy Note II video review

    The new smartphone-tablet hybrid Galaxy Note II has a large, bright screen, fast processor and bigger S Pen creating an overall pleasurable experience. Here's our Samsung Galaxy Note II video review.

  • Video: Samsung Galaxy Camera video review

    Samsung's Galaxy Camera produces clear, colourful images, but the device is buggy and slow. Here's a video review of Samsung's Galaxy Camera.

  • Video: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 video review

    At just £299 the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is cheaper than its predecessor - but is this 10 inch tablet a bargain? Find out in our Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 video review.

  • Opinion: Galaxy S III Sales Spike After Patent Verdict

    Sales of Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphone have increased following Apple’s legal victory over the South Korean manufacturer in a patent infringement case.

  • News: HTC launches entry-level Android smartphone with Dropbox storage

    HTC has launched the Desire X, which has integrated cloud storage and a camera that can shoot video and take pictures at the same time, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: Samsung unveils Windows 8 mobile devices, updates Note

    Samsung Electronics took the wraps off new Android and Windows devices here at IFA in Berlin on Wednesday, showing off a bigger, faster Note table, a new Galaxy Camera, and smartphones and tablets running Windows 8.

  • News: Samsung Smartphone Users Flood Resale Market with Devices

    Samsung smartphone owners are dumping their devices in droves after Apple won a court battle against the South Korean manufacturer over patents last week. Resale site Gazelle says it has seen a 50 percent spike in sales of Samsung phones from its customers, right around the time of the court verdict in Apple’s favor.

  • News: SkyDrive for Android: A Hands-On Tour

    Microsoft has launched a SkyDrive app for Android devices after releasing a similar app for iOS devices in December. Just like SkyDrive for iOS, the new Android app allows you to view your documents and photos saved to Microsoft's cloud storage service, share files or folders via e-mail, upload images and videos to SkyDrive, and open SkyDrive files in other apps.

  • News: TomTom plans Android navigation for October

    TomTom plans to launch a navigation app for Android smartphones in October, the company said Wednesday at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

  • News: Windows 8: Hate It Already? Why Waiting for Windows 9 Won't Help

    Conventional Windows wisdom seems to hold that every other version of Windows is terrible and needs to be fixed by whatever version comes after that. Does this mantra sound familiar?

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