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Once the Fire phone went down in flames, there was little need for Amazon to jump into the mobile payment game.
BlackBerry's developer support has sunken so low that the company is now seeking a government bailout.
The two companies are competing and collaborating on PC, tablet and smartphone integration
There's now more publisher content to help you find places to explore in your own city or while away from home.
Embracing the shift to apps can help your IT team stay up to date with any issue.
The company is pushing you toward Chrome Tab Sync instead for sharing tabs and printing across devices.
You can finally eliminate that annoying message about optimizing your device location settings for Maps.
Adobe opted to build the app for phones first, with an Android tablet version still in the works.
Between budgets and taxes, you can't get too organized. These apps help you keep a handle on personal and business expenses.
Your tablet is a portable portal for watching movies anywhere you want. Here's how to get the most out of every one of them.
You get the white color scheme, more active animations, and the settings page found in Lollipop devices.
The free Android Wear app is a simple way to avoid having go text by voice, though it does require some minor tweaking.
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.
The EFF’s new app sends updates about the organization’s efforts to push for more online privacy.
It's going to get cheaper to take an Uber ride in 48 cities across the U.S. this winter, and that's a good thing for both customers and drivers, Uber says.