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Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.
App2Card is a quick and simple service which lets developers and individuals produce unique business cards.
Android users, alleviate your iTunes envy with DoubleTwist, a free desktop app that syncs your media to your phone.
Are you choosing a new Android phone? We evaluate which carriers and manufacturers have the strongest track record for delivering Android updates.
Red Pocket Mobile's SIM cards hook into AT&T's network, and are compatible with any unlocked GSM phone.
VeriFone, the newest contender in the mobile payment processing arena, offers a strong product.
PayAnywhere is a good choice if you're looking for a simple processor or even a POS-like system that supports cash drawers and can print receipts.
BullGuard provides good antivirus and parental controls, but the app's backup features could be improved.
Here's a great collection of tools for anyone responsible for administering servers or services in the cloud.
Apple’s current iPad is slightly thicker than its predecessor--enough so that old keyboard cases don’t fit quite right. These cases with built-in keyboards are designed specifically to accommodate the third-gen iPad.
It supports 3G until Sprint builds out its LTE network, but its display, camera, design, and multimedia features make it the best phone offered by Sprint.
I looked at the major subscription services--Mog, Rdio, Rhapsody, Slacker, and Spotify--to see how they shake out and which might be the best fit for you.
If you think you want a new laptop this year, this quick guide can help you decide when you break out your credit card.
Even with its poor call quality and inferior audio recording capabilities, the HTC One X is worth considering if you're in the market for a high-end Android phone.