It's taken Google over a year to get a third of Android smartphones and tablets up to KitKat, just in time for Lollipop to appear.
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Email can be a drag on any user's life. After using Outlook for more than a decade, for one writer it was time to change. In choosing Gmail, he fell in love with email all over again.
Microsoft is seeking testers for its Skype Translator real-time video translation service, which will be available in limited preview form before year-end.
Dish has warned of irreparable damage being dealt to the online video industry and the competitive nature of the business if the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable goes ahead.
With every month that goes by, Netflix and other real-time video entertainment providers and their customers are dominating Internet usage more and more.
Online YouTube video network FullScreen is reportedly of interest to Time Warner as the company seeks ever-increasing audience scope and sizes for its advertizers.
Facebook has been baking in video support throughout its channels for some time now, so the time is ripe for monetizing this particular piece of digital content.
Smartphones and tablets aren’t the only gadgets getting thinner and lighter. If you’ve put off upgrading your business notebook, it’s time for another look. The three 14-inch models I've been testing show the business laptop has come a long way.
Consumer search for cheaper computing equipment boosts the segment
Tablets are taking over the world, and it’s taken them longer than most people realize. The Tablet PC appeared over 12 years ago, and contrary to popular belief there were some pretty good ones. Here are the author’s picks for the top five tablets of all time.
Smartphones and tablets seem to be everywhere today, but a recent Flurry study shows most of the time US users spend with those devices is for gaming, social networking, and entertainment.
Tablets can be used for business tasks, and making video calls is not to be overlooked. One tablet with Skype saved the day by averting a near disaster for this writer.
Tablets are going to the office in greater numbers as time progresses. Enterprises struggling with how to make them work should perhaps keep the desktops and incorporate tablets as secondary devices.
Microsoft plans to release its Lync unified communications app for Android tablets this summer. It also will deliver federated video across Lync and Skype before the end of 2014.
If you're a developer who's good at spotting missing features, and have an itch to try out Mozilla's new tablets, it's time join the foundation's contributor program.
I used to think that the iPad was the king of the tablets, but not any more. It's time to whip the crown away from Apple and give it to its rightful holder – Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX.
Ultramobiles and tablets will be the big growth areas in device shipments in 2014, as figures for Android units pass one billion for the first time in a single year.
Cisco's video conferencing software will be preloaded on Samsung's NotePRO and TabPRO tablets, further emphasizing the pro in "PRO."
The average person uses a computer mostly at work, and finds them to be somewhat intimidating. Tablets feel familiar from the first time they are picked up, however.
I hear from a lot of folks who want to find that one hybrid tablet system that can be their only computer. I think most of these people are on a quixotic search.
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