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HTC One (M8) for Windows review: a novel new take on Windows Phone

HTC took its flagship Android phone, and swapped in Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1. The result is an entirely new flagship that's even more appealing for its novelty factor.

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One of the best password managers for your PC, devices, and the cloud

You need a password manager; it's as important as antivirus. KeePass can do the job on all of your devices.

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Android skins compared: Which version of Android suits you best?

We dive into the custom interfaces of the five biggest Android brands so you can easily pick the one that works for you.

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Android app ambush: Researchers successfully hack Gmail 9 times out of 10

It sounds like a pretty ominous security exploit, but it sure doesn't look easy to pull off.

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The top 14 hidden features in Windows, iOS, and Android

Betcha don’t know all these nifty tricks and time-saving tips to boost your productivity. Whichever OS you use, there's something here for you.

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The 6 best tablets for getting work done in 2014

Can you be productive with a tablet? You betcha, provided you buy the right one.

The best tablets for getting work done in 2014

If you don't think you can be productive using just a tablet, you haven't tried the right tablet.

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OneNote for Android tablets added, with handwriting support

The addition of OneNote for Android tablets brings Android tablets even closer to the Surface experience.

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5 apps for mastering business meetings

From scheduling to presenting, these tools make meetings painless.

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How to keep your Android phone's screen on longer

This simple tip will allow you to set your Android phone or tablet's screen timeout, and even prevent it from sleeping while it's charging.

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Android, iOS gobble up even more global smartphone share

So do the math: If Android and iOS have more share, that means Windows Phone and its competitors have even less share than before. Less than 3 percent, according to IDC.