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What I’m Playing: Fishing with chainsaws and strolling through the forest after dark

Let’s do a bit of fishing, play a few rounds of golf, and cap it all off with a nice walk.

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BlackBerry extends Balance dual-personality features to Android, iOS devices

BlackBerry announces technology designed to securely separate work and personal data on Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, as its Balance software does for new BlackBerry 10 devices.

Dropbox spruces up its desktop interface for Windows and Mac

Dropbox has upped its game on the desktop with new features for Windows and Mac that show your latest Dropbox activity at a glance.

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Five highlights from the SXSW Gaming Expo

The SXSW Gaming Expo gave us a quick preview on what we can expect to see at larger gaming expos later this year. Here are five things that caught our eye.

IDC: iOS will surrender top tablet spot to Android in 2013

Aggressive sales of smaller tablets triggered a revised tablet sales forecast today by IDC, which upped its projections by 11 percent for 2013 and said Android would supplant Apple's iOS as the dominant operating system this year.

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App Spotlight: Ringya turns printed contact lists into smartphone contact lists

This freebie for Android and iOS helps you organize contact groups send batch emails or texts to those groups.

Mozilla again rejects porting Firefox to iOS

Mozilla won't be building Firefox for iOS unless Apple changes its rules, a company executive said Saturday.

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An iPhone fan's month with Windows Phone: Week two

Macworld senior writer Lex Friedman ditched his iPhone 5 a couple weeks ago in order to give Windows Phone a fair shake with the Lumia 920. Last week, he heaped praise upon Windows Phone. This week, he shares some complaints.

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How to migrate from Android to iPhone

Making the switch doesn't have to be hard. Here's how to move your contacts, media, and other data from one platform to the other.

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What are all these iOS apps doing in my Recycle Bin?

Did you just find a big batch of apps in the trash? Don't worry, they're supposed to be there. Sort of.