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The long-promised Android App Player for the Blackberry Playbook still hasn't been officially released, but a leaked version is now available to download.
New global Q2 tablet shipment figures can be misleading. Make no mistake, Android tablets aren't selling - and the iPad owns the market.
The Samsung Nexus S will be launching on AT&T this Sunday.
A leak suggests that Apple will be dropping a big surprise on us this Fall with gardening capabilities integrated into the iPhone 5's display.
A federal judge has refused to throw all of the charges out - and the case is set to proceed.
This Staples coupon will cut $100 off of any tablet purchase in their stores through the end of July.
The new Apple Thunderbolt Display finally serves as a proper docking station for MacBooks - a docking station with benefits, that is.
Apple Stores are being faked in China that are so meticulously recreated, they should be considered for Academy Awards.
Amazon's tablet is coming, and it just may be a real beast. While there isn't any new information specifically referring to the retailer's upcoming slate, this little tidbit is very much related: Amazon has just, according to Techcrunch, secured instant video streaming ...
Taiwanese newspaper Digicom, who has a strong history with Apple leaks, claims that the next iPhone will feature wings and satellite spying capabilites.
Coverjam shows a slideshow of Flickr images tagged with your artist's name when playing their tracks
Apparently Apple knows the Steve Jobs era won't last forever, as the company's board of directors is already discussing possible replacements.
A whopping 62 Facebook employees have Google+ profiles. This list proves it. Why is Facebook taking this strategy?
Microsoft is using the popular iPhone app Gigwalk to hire photographers for its Bing search results. My, how things have changed.
Sony teased another video of the S1 and S2. It will apparently play PSone games on its Playstation Suite. Why bother giving gamers 15-yr-old console ports?
After our hands-on with Spotify on iOS, we can comfortable recommend this service to most music fans who have mobile devices.
William Shatner's account was briefly banned from Google+. The reason for the boot is unclear, but we have our ideas.
These Smart Cover knockoffs that have (apparently) been certified by Samsung take Apple's "copycat" claims against Samsung to another level.
With the iPhone launching later than usual this year, keeping up with the plethora of rumors and "leaks" is an exercise in exhaustion.
A new survey shows that prospective smartphone buyers still prefer the iPhone over Android phones for their next purchase.
The latest Apple iOS update, 4.3.4, has been jailbroken. It is a tethered jailbreak, and the iPad 2 isn't included.
With iOS devices making iPod music players less necessary, could we see the end of the line soon for the popular MP3 players?
With more people opting to cut down on voice minutes or use their iPod touch as a phone, we give you the two best VoIP apps for iOS (plus honorable mentions).
The original Nintendo DS is outselling the new 3DS 2:1. This is just the latest example of a hardware platform only being as good as its software.
Today Apple got an initial victory in their patent dispute with HTC.
Apple released iOS 4.3.4, which patches the PDF exploit used to jailbreak iDevices using jailbreakme.
One requested iPad feature that Apple isn't likely to deliver is separate user accounts. A new jailbreak tweak, iUsers, creates a different iPAd for each user.
Microsoft recently suggested that one operating system will power all of our devices. Unfortunately for them, it won't be theirs.
With BGR's intimate look at the inner workings of RIM, we get a clearer perspective on just how complacent these guys became.
If Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto and Max Payne are your thing, you may want to check out 9mm (by Gameloft) for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It's available now.
With word that Amazon's tablet should launch in the 3rd quarter of this year, we show you our artist's interpretation (render) of how we think it could look.
AT&T will be sponsoring an ad-supported 3G Kindle that will sell for $139. Would the retailer take the same approach with their tablet?
Motorola XOOM is on sale (today only) at Woot! for $400 (refurbished WiFi-only model).
Rumors of a "Retina" display tablet from Motorola could help explain why Apple may be planning a similar Retina iPad later this year.