Armando RodriguezAssistant Editor, PCWorld

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Armando is an Android nerd, covering both apps and phones, and a former programmer. He is also a world-class heckler on Twitter.

New App Encrypts Your Mobile Data Against Snoops

Hotspot Shield protects your mobile information from falling into the wrong hands.


Samsung Focus Flash Review: 4G Comes To Windows Phone 7

An attractive budget smartphone, the Samsung Focus Flash impressed us with its slick performance, but its camera was a major letdown.


Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition for Android Review

In a sea of mobile security apps, Trend Micro’s features put it at the top of the pack.

Motorola Atrix 2 Review: A Smooth Operator With an Average Camera

The Motorola Atrix 2 is a worthy update to the original Atrix phone, but it has a few minor issues.


Lookout Releases Honeycomb App, Helps Protect Your Android Tablet

Lookout mobile security updates its Android app, bringing native support to Android tablets.

Ice Cream Sandwich: The Most Delicious Android Yet

Unlock your phone with a smile, tab through the browser windows, shoot panoramic images, and automate polite text replies to unwanted calls--Android 4.0 does it all.

Lookout Releases Mobile Security App On iOS

Lookout helps iPhone users better protect their data with a new mobile security app.


Is Your Car Tweeting? -- What's Next for Connected Devices

Our gadgets are getting smarter and chattier, and it's sure going to be fun if we can push standards to promote communication.

Sneaky Apps for Sneaky People

Trying Out the HTC Sensation XL

The Sensation XL has a dazzling display, but isn't packing as much processing power as we'd like.


Hands-On With the Motorola Atrix 2

The Atrix 2 corrects a lot of the Atrix's problems, and further improves on its strengths.


T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Review: A High-Quality, Top-of-the-Line Phone

The T-Mobile Galaxy S II is not only the best phone on that carrier but also the best of the Samsung Galaxy S II series.


Hands-On With the T-Mobile Springboard Budget Tablet

T-Mobile's 7-inch tablet, made by Huawei, runs the Honeycomb version of the Android operating system and proved peppy when I used it here at CTIA.


Kyocera Milano Review: A Budget Phone With a Bad Screen

The Kyocera Milano seems like a good match for smartphone shoppers on a budget. But there are some trade-offs you need to know about.