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Speedy, stable and stuffed with features
From panoramic pictures to 3D and autocorrect, here's a handful of things you didn't know your iOS device could do
The smartphone and tablet war is similar to the old Mac vs. PC war. Will the outcome be the same?
Third-party applications and modulate your smartphone's energy usage based on demand and behaviour
Android 4.0 will soon be available... if you buy a Samsung Galaxy Nexus. If you have some other Android smartphone or tablet, good luck.
Google's new mobile OS upgrade boasts some special features
If your computer is infected, it's not Microsoft. It's your fault for not buying the latest version
With the iPhone 5 possibly to be announced tomorrow, let's look back at what we know so far about iOS 5
Cyber attacks are becoming more frequent and lethal than ever before
Secure boot protocol threatens to prevent Linux from running on Windows 8-certified machines.
How system-on-chip designs may change mobile computing.
An operating system between yesterday's desktop and tomorrow's touchscreen interface
If everyone wants one, heavily subsidised deal might soon hit the market
Innovative interfaces offer flexibility in device interaction
British artist Luke Jerram uses new tech like 3D printing and science to create incredible works of art.
How I exterminated a mysterious bug after upgrading my Mac from Snow Leopard Lion
Implemented correctly, the UEFI protocol is perfectly compatible with open operating systems
How to get Windows 7 set up on your Apple computer
Unified mobile OS for tablets, smartphones clones some iOS features and focuses on a slicker UI and new developer APIs
Why you should hesitate before buying that iPhone 4S
The camera will be better, the antenna problem might improve, but what else?
Why mess with multiple CDs to keep your Linux versions up to date?
Your phone and other devices are quickly evolving into intelligent robot assistants you can talk to
History of the blunder screen which first appeared in Windows 1.0 back in 1985. Sad face
Business decision-makers who get their proprietary software illegally need to wake up and check out the free alternatives