When we think of mobile technology we usually think of processors, apps, and gadgets. That's fun to do, but it's more important we stop and think how profoundly it impacts our lives.
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If your carrier asks you to pay for the right to tether (called mobile hotspot), and you do so without enrolling in (and paying for) this plan, then you are stealing service from your carrier.
When you think of getting a tablet, chances are the iPad or Android tablets come to mind first. But if you plan on using the device for work, a Windows tablet may be a better solution.
There are some quality game titles available for the HP TouchPad, and these five games are fun and entertaining for those wanting to kill a few hours with the slate.
Whether you have a lot of gadgets as I do or a couple on two different platforms, using apps that work on multiple platforms is the way to go. Here are some good ones.
You can run Skype on the Chromebook but only after jumping through hoops and hacking Chrome OS. That loss is lessened with the release of Viber for the Chromebook.
Android news this week included reports of HTC's continued problems, a calculator running Android, and a free app from Intel for controlling a PC.
The drive for greater battery life pushes all PC makers to stretch technology to the limits. Lenovo has developed a clever approach to this task using hot-swappable batteries.
Tablets are perfect for working with PDF documents; this app for Windows 8 is a simple but capable way to do it.
I grabbed a Galaxy Tab when it first appeared on the market and it has become a powerful tool for me due to an assortment of good apps. Here is a list of the top 10 Android apps I use on my Tab.