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A (very) tiny BitTorrent client.
Save the human race from invading aliens in this fun arcade-type game.
Increase the security and performance of Microsoft Office XP with this update.
Convert video and audio between the most popular file formats.
Convert MOV and QT files to AVI or MPEG.
Update the HotSync manager on your Palm.
Play MPEG 1/2/4 formats of any type including DivX, MPEG4, DVB, and SVCD.
Use strategy in this galactic war against powerful alien races.
Place local or long-distance calls over the Internet.
Rebel against the mighty Empire as Luke Skywalker in air-to-air and air-to-ground combat.
A court in the Netherlands ruled that some older Samsung mobile products infringe on Apple technology for scrolling through photo galleries.
It's been five years since the release of the first iPhone OS, and a lot has changed with each subsequent release. Take a stroll down memory lane as I chart the changes with each new version.
Chrome comes to Android with one gigantic caveat. Or maybe two. And we are joined by cell phone expert Jessica Dolcourt who gives us her personal opinion of Android.
A new batch of Ferrari-themed audio gear is pulling donuts at CES, made by Logic3. Headphones and speaker docks are the order of the day.
A variety of free antivirus apps for Android devices proved unreliable, according to a recent test conducted by AV-Test.
HP TouchPads have been sold running Android, their owners claim. Videos of the Frankenslates have hit the Web.
On most Android smartphones, an attacker could sniff authentication tokens being sent over an unencrypted Wi-Fi network and use them to access and steal calendar and contact data, researchers find.
Hiding since its initial debut at CES 2011, the Samsung Infuse 4G for AT&T is finally ready to come out and play. CNET offers up the release details and some hands-on impressions.
Whether you're ready to sell your Android or you've got to get it repaired, you'll want to see how to restore your phone to its original factory flavor of Android.
The Galaxy S II may be on the way with its Android Gingerbread charms, but Samsung isn't leaving existing Galaxy S users out of the fun -- an update will roll out later this month.