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Google's Chrome 27 browser for Android features a full-screen viewing option for smartphones, a tab history for tablets, and other new twist
The new Google Play Game Services -- now available for a handful of Android games -- let you switch easily between a phone and a tablet, amo
If you own an Android phone or tablet, your choices aren't limited to the default browser. Here's a roundup of 12 alternatives, from big nam
Through an update of its iOS app, Facebook has brought its chat heads feature, first introduced for Android as part of Facebook Home, to the
As mainstream smartphones get ever larger, Samsung is reportedly going to keep pushing up the size of its phablets. As such, its Galaxy Mega
Now that Google Reader is going away, what are news-hungry users supposed to do? Here are seven other news reader apps for Android. Some are
Nvidia's surprise announcement from CES, Project Shield, was available for testing at PAX East this weekend, so we made sure to get our hand
With tax season now in full swing, your smartphone or tablet can act as a helpful mobile assistant. Here are nine Android apps which can eas
The latest word from Corning, the makers of Gorilla Glass, is that flexible displays are closer to becoming a reality than we think.
AT&T is about to introduce three new Mobile Share plans for those want to use a lot of wireless data, and aren't adverse to paying a lot for
Opera's new WebKit-based browser for Android devices adds new features like Discover, Speed Dial, Save for Later, and an Off-Road mode.
Sprint users who originally opted out of the company's device protection plan now have another chance to purchase the added protection for t
Device announcements are usually the name of the game with shows like MWC, but this year, it was software that ruled the day.
After Google acquired Motorola in summer of 2011, many expected the company to start pumping out amazing smartphones and tablets. This hasn'
HTC president of global sales Jason Mackenzie took some time to talk to Brighthand at MWC about the company's plans and how it hopes to comb
Adobe is now offering its Adobe Photoshop Touch app for smartphones. This offers powerful Photoshop features with touch-based gestures, and
Acer Reveals Interest in Future Phablets 2/27/2013
Acer at Mobile World Congress hints at the possibility of entering the phablet and RT tablet markets in the near future. According to recent
With smartphones and tablets growing more and more in popularity, it seems Americans have started treating the gadgets as best friends, as a
Android will be sharing some of the limelight in Barcelona with a range of mobile device platforms.
It won't be long before Sprint's new high-speed data service is available in New York City, San Francisco, and other locations in the U.S.
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