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As tablets move into their adolescence, what changes will we see?
If you want an inexpensive slate, the new tablets from Amazon and Barnes & Noble are your best bets
We find out whether Android task-killer apps help or hurt battery life on different phone brands
The wait may be long but the promised payoff is good: Week-long phone battery life and 15-minute recharge times
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?
Users can start borrowing books from Amazon right now, but how does it work?
Apple could eventually respond with a lower iPad price
Here's how to drive a stake through social media nightmares
Are the FBI really stupid enough not to have hidden their wireless networks?
Unified mobile OS for tablets, smartphones clones some iOS features and focuses on a slicker UI and new developer APIs
Evolution not revolution is the name of the game
Why you should hesitate before buying that iPhone 4S
Improved networking hardware could boost mobile business
Here's how the Google Music and Amazon Cloud Player stack up in terms of price, accessibility and quality
Amazon's new tablet is obviously no robust business tool. But basic productivity apps can help you review email and more
Mobile operators and the sources of video have different views about the burden of delivery
Google+ Pages for businesses were launched yesterday but there are a few teething problems
Researchers want denser networks and shorter distances between users and base stations
Yes, we know WiMAX is nearly dead, but it can still deliver data in industry
Here's how to make sure Android phones in your organisation don't create a security nightmare
Nokia's Lumia 800 and 710 are touted as the “the first real Windows Phone” running the Windows Phone Mango OS
Apple's new personal assistant is a powerful tool
It looks like Apple's latest handset still has a few bugs.
There's unlikely to be another visionary like him