The sole official source is sold out, but alternatives can be found if you're determined to try this ultra-budget Android tablet.
Skype cofounder Niklas Zennstrom is a driving force behind the start-up company, which has signed a wholesale network agreement to provide the service.
New tablet users get hooked by the sub-$200 Kindle Fire, and when they're hungry for more the iPad and its meatier specs and features will be waiting.
A new report from McAfee points to flaws in Android's approach to security, now leaving it the most vulnerable of mobile operating systems.
Web analytics firm StatCounter says Chrome remains in third place in the United States but it is on track to overtake Firefox.
HTML5 demo lets you take Microsoft's Metro UI for a spin.
Spotify says it will announce a "new direction," but it's not clear why, or which way it will go. Here are a few educated guesses on what the 10-million-member service has up its sleeve.
Spotify is now open to anyone and iCloud and iTunes Match are on their way, leaving other music service competitors scrambling to compete.
While not officially available in the U.S. yet, the courageous can install early versions of CyanogenMod's flavor of the mobile OS if they own a Nexus S or a Galaxy S smartphone.
Asus' tablet seems to be able to render 1080p video and run a graphics-intensive game called Riptide pretty flawlessly for at least a few seconds.
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