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  • News: Samsung Galaxy S3 64GB in black will arrive in October

    Samsung's Galaxy S3 64GB made no appearance at launch but it will arrive in October.

  • Opinion: Has Android Malware Tripled in Recent Months? Not So Fast

    There never seems to be any shortage of Android malware reports circulating in the news, and today one came out that sounds alarming indeed.

  • Feature: Samsung Galaxy Ace 2: What you need to know

    Amongst Samsung's arsenal of smartphones, the Galaxy Ace 2 has been one of its most popular mainly due to its affordability and reasonably high spec. Here we tell you exactly what you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2.

  • News: China's homegrown smartphone firm, Xiaomi, takes on market with low-price strategy

    When Chinese company Xiaomi ended the Thursday unveiling for its second-generation smartphone, the audience, numbering in the hundreds, gave a standing ovation.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: What You Need to Know Before Buying

    Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet is now available at major national retailers starting at $500. So far, reviews of the new Samsung slate have been mixed. Critics such as PCWorld’s Melissa Perenson call the Note 10.1 a “solid performer with wide-reaching appeal.” However, others have called the device “disappointing” and a tablet overstuffed with features.

  • News: PlayStation Mobile Coming to Select Android Devices

    Sony this fall hopes to expand the popularity of its PlayStation brand with a new gaming platform aimed at mobile devices called PlayStation Mobile. At launch, the new mobile gaming platform will feature about 30 new “PlayStation-like” titles for Android devices. Similar to other PlayStation services, it will be based around a PSN ID and you will download new games from Sony’s PlayStation Store. Sony first announced PlayStation Mobile in 2011 as the PlayStation Suite.

  • News: Android latest platform to drop Flash support

    As of today, Adobe's Flash media infrastructure is no longer supported on the Android mobile platform, marking a further shift of momentum toward the alternative HTML5 standard.

  • News: Android Flash Player RIP: How to Get it Now That it's Gone

    HTML5 has won the war with Adobe Flash for mobile devices. As of today, Flash for Android devices won’t available to download anymore from the Google Play store and the company said it has stopped development of Flash for mobile devices.

  • News: Android Reigns as iPhone Sales Stall Ahead of New Model

    People holding off on buying iPhones in anticipation of a new model in September have led to a dent in Apple’s sales, research from Gartner indicates. Samsung, however, has seen continued growth, increasing its Android market share to one-and-a-half times that of Apple.

  • Opinion: RIM Again Floats Idea of Licensing BlackBerry OS

    After Research in Motion launches BlackBerry 10 in early 2013, your next “BlackBerry” device could come from HTC, LG, Samsung or Sony. RIM is once again talking about licensing its touch-centric BlackBerry OS reboot to other manufacturers. The idea of BlackBerry software licensing has been bandied about ever since RIM CEO Thorsten Heins took control of the company in January. But in recent weeks, RIM has sounded closer than ever to partnering with former competitors to expand BlackBerry’s reach beyond its stagnant U.S. user base.

  • News: Gartner: Android extends smartphone OS dominance in Q2

    Android continued to increase its dominance of the smartphone market during the second quarter, powered by Samsung's success. Competitor Apple in contrast struggled somewhat as consumers held out for the next iteration of the iPhone, Gartner said on Tuesday.

  • News: Motorola's Photon Q arrives Sunday at Sprint

    Sprint will sell the Motorola Photon Q smartphone for $199.99 and a two-year service plan starting on Sunday.

  • ICS update for Motorola RAZR and RAZR MAXX arrives

    Motorola has announced to patient owners that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the RAZR and RAZR MAXX models has been made available to download for certain users.

  • Buying Advice: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review: high-end tablet without Full HD

    Samsung has created an excellent tablet with the Galaxy Note 10.1, even if it's not exactly a looker. Read our Galaxy Note 10.1 buying advice.

  • News: The Grill: ADP's CIO on the granddaddy of SaaS

    Even with continued success, ADP CIO Mike Capone keeps the pressure on to avoid complacency.

  • 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.



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