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You can check out which beta programs you've joined with a new tab that lists them all in one place.
Mobile ransomware is on the rise, with the infection rate skyrocketing, according to new research.
CIO.com's Al Sacco compares Samsung's popular Galaxy S7 smartphone to the new ruggedized GS7 Active and points out ways the rugged version outperforms its more delicate counterpart.
It appears to be a server-side switch, though it's a helpful one for simplifying the trip-planning process.
The arrangement is similar to the special offers that grace the Kindle, though for now the deal is only for Prime members.
We tried out one of Bank of America's NFC-enabled ATMs to see how quickly we could snag cash using Android Pay.
Now you can grab cash from the bank with just your smartphone.
You'll find more options for setting up fitness goals with additional metrics available to track throughout the day.
App developers can perform functions and send alerts based on the state of your phone, its location, the weather, and more.
You can now view plain text files, documents protected with information rights management, and quickly edit a file directly from Outlook.
Google has built a top-notch music service, though you have to know how everything works to get the best experience.
The Toshiba Canvio Connect II is your all-in-one portable storage solution. The 1TB model is currently discounted dramatically from $119 down to just $55.
The leak coincides with a possible tweak to the on-screen navigation buttons for Android N.
If you're looking for a Windows alternative laptop, there's a new incentive to pick up a Chromebook: it may be able to run Android apps.
Just as it's done with the Pixel line, Google may eschew partnering with a third-party hardware maker for a high-end device.