[App Review] TeamViewer: Remote Desktop Sharing and Access Applications

TeamViewer is first and foremost FREE for personal use. I don’t have to buy an app or pay for an ongoing service fee. That is already a bonus. Next, TeamViewer is supported on all platforms. Windows (7 and 8), Mac OS, Linux ,...
by Dave Thornton
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Dropbox app updated, now allows friends to share folders

Dropbox has updated its Android application a couple of days ago to add in a much-wanted feature; folder sharing on mobile devices. Previously, you’d have to wait until you were near a laptop or desktop to publicly share fold...
by Dave Thornton
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Motorola to offer the ‘stock’ Android experience

It has been about one year since Google acquired Motorola Mobility, and everyone has been wondering when we will start to see Google-influenced Motorola devices on the market. Google and Motorola have been very hush-hush about ...
by Joshua LaRose
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HTC announce Desire 600

HTC have today announced the Desire 600. The Desire 600 has a lot of those cool Sense 5 features that we have seen on the flagship HTC One, including Blinkfeed. That’s not all the 600 includes, BoomSound and Zoe mode have...
by Ryan Oneill
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Windows Phone 8 SDK already leaked

Microsoft is expected to officially release the Windows Phone 8 SDK to developers in a matter of weeks, but somehow it’s already leaked online, currently served up on the site WPXAP. It’s also reportedly hosted on M...
by Ryan Oneill
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HTC One X Review

So here it is the long awaited HTC One X from HTC’s new One series lineup. Well there is one thing for sure when it comes to HTC they have had a terrible time of it lately to many handset releases and none that have that ...
by Ryan Oneill
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WeTransfer goes mobile, with iOS to start with Android coming

The desktop file transfer service WeTransfer has released its first mobile app, offering iOS users the ability to send up to 10GB worth of photos and videos from their devices. The Amsterdam-based company has until now provided...
by Dave Thornton
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Samsung announces the Galaxy Core

Well, it is happening again. Samsung releases a new flagship phone — the Galaxy S4 — and now comes the onslaught of low- to mid-range devices. The Samsung Galaxy Core will not give you the latest and greatest of A...
by Joshua LaRose
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Vudu for Android is now available for a limited number of mobiles, no longer tied to tablets

Vudu’s player for Android has been available since last year but up until now only tablet users could access the app. Well now after a recent update a limited number of phones listed below can download and enjoy the playe...
by Ryan Oneill
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