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The next time a website says to download new software to view a movie or fix a problem, think twice. There's a pretty good...

Android Honeycomb 3.1's a small but totally excellent update for Android tablets. A slightly smoother interface is packaged with two substantial features: improved flash...

I'm sure many of you share the frustration of losing your homescreen's organization after restoring your iPhone or other iDevice. Even if you only have...

Locking your computer and entering your (sometimes long) password everytime you come back to it can become a great inconvenience. What if you could...

If you're anything like me, the built-in Archive Utility in Mac OS X is a tool for everyday use. It does automatically unzip files...

iOS users have been begging for the streaming music from Amozon Cloud Player but have been left out thus far. As of this weekend...

So you are looking to get a jump start on Twitter followers? How about getting them with no games, gimmicks and best of all...

As we all thought we already wasted too much time flinging birds across the screens of our phones and tablets, now you can play...

Pocket-lint reports that ViewSonic is preparing to launch the world’s first 7-inch tablet based on Android 3 or Honeycomb, Google’s mobile OS  specifically...

Most Android phones allow you to install 3rd party apps not on the Android Market. However, some phones and/or carriers (like those on AT&T)...

REVIEWS

LuguLake Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review

Sometimes the built in speakers on your phone and tablets just don’t cut it for the sound you want to hear. That’s why more...