It adds some needed stability and bug fixes to the HTC-built Google tablet.
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It's not clear what this second beta of the OS is designed to fix
The update brings snippets of details about that hotel you booked or the new restaurant you want to check out.
Far Cry 4's minimum PC requirements weren't kidding: The game appears to truly NEED a quad-core processor. And it isn't the only one.
The latest Pebble firmware paves the way for feature parity with the iPhone. Could proper notification syncing be next?
It seems people dig the idea of a battery that can alert you when your smoke alarm goes off (and before it starts chirping).
The new version of Linux Mint just hit release candidate status. Here's all the goodies you can expect to find.
Lollipop's screen pinning feature can help keep your young kids from wreaking havoc on your phone. And it takes just a few moments to set up.
Plex is one of the more popular choices when it comes to PC-based home media streaming platforms. Now managing multiple users on Plex just got easier—for paid users, anyway.
Researchers focus on metal-oxide molecule clusters that can retain electrical charge and act as RAM.