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.

Which Android Security Tools Are Worth Your Time?

Not all mobile security software is created equal. Which mobile security apps do what they say on the box?

Asus Unveils PadFone and Transformer Pad Family

We find out more about the Asus PadFone and the two new additions to the Transformer family.

Samsung Announces The Galaxy S 4.2 Media Player

Samsung's new Android media player promises better gameplay while on the go. Goes head-to-head with Apple's iPod Touch.


Motorola Droid 4 Review: Snappy Performance and a Great Keyboard

The Droid 4 is the device to buy if you're looking for a smartphone with a physical keyboard, though the blurry display has room for improvement.


Flash Lives--Thanks To Facebook and Games

Don't count it out yet; one of the most popular sites on the web uses Flash in a big way.

Galaxy Nexus Gets Fixed; Update Makes Ice Cream Sandwich a Little Sweeter

A leaked over-the-air update patches up bugs in the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.

Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G Review: Affordable LTE, but Bundled With Bloatware

If you're looking for a budget-friendly LTE phone without a contract, you can't go wrong with the Galaxy Attain 4G.

Here's How to Install Carrier-Blocked Apps on Your Android Phone

Workaround allows users to install apps like Google Wallet onto their Android phones.

Norton Wants To Help You Remember Your Password

Norton's new Identity Safe Service can make managing passwords easier.

Motorola Joins the Patent Fun, Sues Apple Over iPhone and iCloud

With Google's blessing, Motorola is targeting Apple's iPhone in a patent lawsuit.

Going International at CES: Getting to Know the Motorola XT928

Motorola's international smartphones--such as its XT928 from China--have some features that could leave you envious.

Ice Cream Sandwich and NFC Are No-Shows at CES

Despite all kinds of buzz for Ice Cream Sandwich and NFC heading into CES, these two new technologies were notably absent from this year's show.

Intel's New Android Processors Show Off Mind-Blowing Speed

Intel is getting into the mobile processor market, creating Atom processors for Android phones.

Up Close And Personal With The LG Viper And Sprint Galaxy Nexus

The Galaxy Nexus hits Sprint with LTE support, and the LG Viper hides an awesome secret.