You won't get the tone of a professional voice actor, but Alexa can read your Kindle books aloud: Best of all, there's no charge.
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Using fluids that can expand or contract, information could rise from the screen of a slate, allowing those with limited or no vision to use a tablet for less than $1,000.
Promo codes have long been available for iOS users and now Android developers can create them through the Google Play Store, but there are some limitations.
The new beta can intelligently schedule blue light display reduction and brings multiple account support to iPads in classrooms.
Sony continues to sell direct in an effort to crack the U.S. market. Will consumers consider paying Sony's premium prices?
Score another big win for Samsung's mobile chip production business: It already makes some of the processors in Apple iPhones and iPads; now it will make the Snapdragon 820 for Qualcomm.
The update brings more consistency to the vertical app menu thanks to normalized icon sizes while also adding auto-rotate functionality for landscape use.
The online education company now offers a Nanodegree Plus program that costs $299 a month. If you don't get a job within 6 months of graduation, you get your money back.
Wi-Fi Assist, the feature that uses cellular data in poor Wi-Fi areas, is still enabled by default in iOS 9.3 but at least now you can see how much data it offloads.
This year the developer conference will be held in Google's backyard where it will share the latest product news for Android, Chrome and its Internet of Things vision.