If you’re a Minecraft gamer or know someone that is, and there’s an Android phone being used somewhere in that home, look out, because your mobile might be a world filled with malware and scareware, not just blocks and diamonds.
If you’ve ever said “I wish my couch had an iPhone charger in it”, you’re probably thinking along the same lines as some Australian designers.
Need a computer with a decent keyboard and aren’t sure if you want it to be a tablet or a laptop? Dell hopes it has the answer with the Inspiron 7000, a 13 inch laptop that also works as a tablet, too.
If you’re still someone in love with the pen and were tempted to try a digital replacement, Livescribe has finally arrived for Android. Finally.
Security is one of those things we all have to be conscious of, and this week, doubly so, as Norton sends word of it being National Consumer Fraud Week. Are you aware of the cons being played online with you?
It’s the end of the week, and while many of us are ready to kick off the shoes and let the weekend begin, we feel like it’s worth checking out some password tips to end Privacy Awareness Week, which has been running all week, but has probably been ignored by most people.
There’s little doubt that Windows 8 hasn’t been a tremendous success, and you could say the same for Windows Phone 8. The next Windows could be very different, and not just because it’s new, but because it’ll be a true cross platform OS.
Microsoft’s latest Surface could finally make the Windows 8 tablet more compelling to more people, now that Windows RT has been put to rest. Is this enough to take on the iPad?
Mobile phone companies may have helped bring back the stylus, but it’s not exactly replacing pencils or pens for digital note-taking. HP, however, has a different take. Will it work?
If you own a Lenovo tablet, you might just also have a digital notepad, thanks to some new software the company is rolling out for free.