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Microsoft releases pre-release Outlook Web App for Android

Nearly a year after landing on iOS, Office 365 business users can try out a pre-release build of a native Outlook Web App for Android.

World Tech Update: Samsung's Galaxy Tab S debuts

Samsung debuts a new tablet, Sony and Microsoft battle for console supremacy and Pepper the robot helps out shoppers.

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OnePlus One launch delayed to fix critical OpenSSL bug

The OnePlus One was supposed to ship sometime in May, but a pesky newly discovered OpenSSL bug thwarted those plans.

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How to stream the 2014 World Cup

Thirty-two countries are headed to Brazil to find out who is soccer's world champion. We'll show you how to not miss a minute of the action this summer.

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Eset Mobile Security for Android review: best of breed security with anti-theft

Top-notch anti-malware protection coupled with anti-theft tracking and features makes this a program a winner. But it's pricey for the Android market.

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Motorola debuts 64GB Moto X with a 'Try then buy' promo

Motorola has rolled out a 64GB flavor of the Moto X, but we're still waiting on that X+1.

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Kyocera Hydro Vibe review: Water-resistance keep this phone from being all wet

It's small, handy, and water resistant, but it's missing some UI elements and added features that would have made it a worthy mid-range device.

Google reveals $1,000 Project Tango tablet for seeing in 3-D

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Developers can sign up to be notified of the upcoming sale of the $1,024 device

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Tinder takes a page from Snapchat, offering vanishing photos

The dating app is now allowing users to post photos that disappear after 24 hours.

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Updated Nvidia Shield (P2570) hits the FCC. Is this the Shield 2?

The FCC filing gives us a look at the device's tweaked shape, but not much else.

on greenbot.com

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5 things we think we know about Amazon's 3D smartphone

After years of rumors, Amazon finally looks set to launch its first smartphone that includes a futuristic 3D display.