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JR is a syndicated writer who regularly appears in PCWorld, Computerworld, InfoWorld, and places that serve custard. He's the author of the Android Power blog and the co-founder of eSarcasm.

Top 5 Hacker Fails: Exploits Gone Bad

Taunting tweets, provocative pics, iPad-spam chats -- stupid slip-ups lead to high-profile hacker arrests.

11 Essential Android Tablet Apps: The Ultimate Starter Kit

Got an Android tablet? These 11 must-have apps are all optimized for Honeycomb tablets and stand ready to help you make the most of your big-screen experience.

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The Web vs. the World: 10 Epic Battles

Is the Internet ruining our lives or making them better? When you consider epic struggles like these, it's hard to say for sure.

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5 Big Tech Players; 5 Bad Android Apps

Using Android isn't all cupcakes and ice cream sandwiches. Here are five of Android's biggest app fails--from tech companies that should know better, like Facebook and Skype.

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Create, Share, and Play Video in Android

With Android devices, entertainment doesn't stop at music and pictures. Here's how to get more fun from your phone's camcorder features and great video apps.

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30 Ridiculously Dumb Tech Warning Labels

Tech products have some really stupid disclaimers. Here are 30 of the worst we've seen.

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ICANN't Believe It: New Internet Rules Will Be a Mess

A new Internet domain system will create a limitless number of new dot-com-like suffixes -- and will create chaos for users and businesses alike.

IBM Turns 100: Some Perspective

IBM celebrates its 100th birthday this week. In tech years, by our estimation, that makes the company approximately 4,976 years old.

Apple's Unlocked iPhone Not as Magical as It Seems

Apple is now selling its iPhone 4 unlocked in the United States--but for most users, the move isn't as magical as it may sound.

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Facebook Facial Recognition: New Technology, Familiar Problem

Facebook's facial recognition flap is reflective of an ongoing disregard for user privacy by the site. Hey Zuck: Enough's enough.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1: Everything There Is To Know

Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 launches next week. Here's a guide to everything you need to know about the hotly anticipated new Android tablet.

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Twitter Buying TweetDeck: A Passionate Plea

It looks like it's a done deal: Twitter is buying TweetDeck. Here's a simple but passionate plea for the company's top brass.

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Honeycomb 101: Getting to Know Your Android Tablet

Not sure how to get started with your new Android tablet? Fear not: We've got you covered.

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Verizon: Say So Long to Unlimited Data

Verizon says it's axing its unlimited smartphone data plan. Should you be worried?

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10 Tech-Inspired Baby Names Better Than 'Like'

An Israeli couple actually named their baby after Facebook's "Like" button. We think they could have done much better.