Microsoft's upcoming event should fill in a lot of blanks on its upcoming new software.
At an event in San Francisco, Google today unveiled the next version of Android, and while it doesn't appear to be a major departure from the last, it does bring its share of improvements, including mult-user restricted profiles.
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Surprisingly, this is new, not refurbished, and it's not a measly 16GB model, either.
Android 4.1-3, or Jelly Bean, holds a dominant share in the Android space, besting the latest version, KitKat.
The Typo2 keyboard case connects via Bluetooth to offer error-free typing.
An executive confirms Google has no plans to fix a security hole in the default browser for older versions of Android, which are relied on by around 60 percent of all Android users.
For the first time in years, the most widely used version of Android also happens to be the newest. That's good news for developers, but Android is more complicated than one bar chart.
Losing your phone is awful, but if you're working with your carrier and law enforcement to recover it, they may need your IMEI number.
We've already seen the early swipe keyboards for iOS, but this collection of free apps has some of the more wacky alternatives that still manage to be useful.
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