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How to Root Your Kindle Fire

No Android device is really yours unless you have root access. Here's how to install the Android SDK and root your Kindle Fire.

How to Play Classic PC Games in Windows 7

Classic PC games only get better with age--but without the right tricks and tweaks, they won't run on your Windows 7 PC. Here's how to make your favorite old games work on your current computer.

Samsung Exhibit II 4G Review: Solid 4G Phone for Value-Minded Buyers

Samsung's Exhibit II 4G, available through T-Mobile as the carrier's flagship prepaid 4G handset, offers great value--but a few quirks separate it from a premium smartphone.

Going VoIP-Only: Do You Still Need Cellular Voice Service?

Now that smartphones have Skype, Google Voice, and a dozen other mobile VoIP apps, why do consumers still need to pay monthly fees for voice service?

Shoot, Share, and Edit Your Photos and Video on the Cheap

You don't need to a spend a fortune to share your holiday photos or edit your family videos. We'll show you how to do it for cheap or free--plus, check out our tips for buying new camera lenses.

Beginner's Guide to Managing Mobile Movies

Are you wondering how to put your movie collection on your brand-new smartphone or tablet for some on-the-go video goodness? Read this collection of how-tos to find out how to rip your DVDs and Blu-ray movies, convert them in HandBrake, and sync your iTunes purchases. Releases iPhone App, Feeds Your Addiction, the gaming spinoff of live-streaming site, just released a new freebie iPhone app, and we're back with first impressions.

How to Broadcast a Live Video Feed From Your Phone or Tablet

Want to set up a live video feed from your smartphone or tablet? Here's how to use the Ustream video-streaming service to broadcast a feed straight from your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.