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Some Android applications will drain your smartphone or tablet of battery life, storage or bandwidth like a blood-sucking fiend. Here's what's what with the worst of the worst.
Want to print something out using your tablet or smartphone? Although many mobile printing applications are still rather rudimentary, here are some applications you might want to research.
The latest Android tablet from Google and Samsung has a lot to offer, but its plasticky construction and lack of good optimized applications should give you some pause.
Apple's software subsidiary is positioning its database as another way small businesses can create smartphone or tablet applications for internal use.
Google's 7" tablet has a lot to offer for the price. But at the end of the day, I'd much rather use a mature device with superior screen resolution and a greater choice of native tablet optimized applications.
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The 2012 Olympics kick off in London this week, with the first football games starting up today. You can follow all the action on your smartphone or tablet with one of several available applications.
More adults are downloading and using mobiles applications downloaded to their smartphone or tablet, but their attention span for these apps is limited.
easyPush is a tablet based, software-as-a-Service Solution, which provides businesses the opportunity to push latest presentations,...
Why do people what Windows on a tablet unless it's to be able to run existing Windows applications and connect existing hardware to their tablet?
Android is a very popular mobile platform and with devices like the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet bringing in more users it is time to take a look at the available Office applications.
A new team of modders has been able to install Android on Hewlett-Packard's discontinued TouchPad tablet, getting the device's Wi-Fi, sound and accelerometer working correctly in the ported operating system and demonstrating that applications from the Android Marketplace can be downloaded and installed.
Lexmark has stepped up with a new mobile printing solution to add to the growing number of applications for the Cisco Cius tablet.
Networking company Cisco has detailed its app store, called AppHQ, which targets delivery and development of enterprise apps to mobile devices.The app store will allow businesses to create, test and deploy applications to the Cisco Cius tablet, which also launched on Wednesday.
Cisco's AppHQ is an application ecosystem built specifically to help enterprise users create, manage and deploy applications for its Cius tablet.
Kapow Mobile Katalyst debuts as new means to rapidly convert web applications to mobile apps sans APIs
The post-PC era writing has gone from the wall to the tablet, and many enterprises, customer-facing retailers and service providers therefore want to make more of their web and business applications work on popular mobile smartphone and tablet devices such as Android and iOS.
RIM's QNX operating system, which runs at the core of their PlayBook tablet will be able to run Android applications. But will that undermine native development for the aspiring OS platform?
No, RIM isn't giving up on its own operating system plans, but there is a report that RIM will be bringing Android applications to its Blackberry PlayBook tablet.
After establishing a new research and development centre and headquarters in May, enterprise IT provider TechnologyOne has established a small team to port its enterprise offerings into mobile applications for tablet and smartphone devices, with the company's chief executive officer (CEO) describing the mobile space as a key growth area.
Media tablet shipment in Asia-Pacific expected to climb to 9.6 million units by 2014, where future of segment growth will depend on availability of local applications and content, finds new report.
Citrix and Wyse have both released virtual desktop applications for the iPad that let people run Windows applications on Apple's new tablet.
The companies each introduced applications that let users run Windows applications on Apple's recently launched tablet
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