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One of the more popular news reading apps, Flipboard, is finally available for entry level Windows Phones that only contain 512MB of RAM. Here’s a look.
Microsoft launched a new app for Lumia brand phones called Gestures Beta. It allows you to control some functions without having to touch the display.
Here’s a look at a free app that will tally up how much money you’ve spent on apps, devices, music, in-app purchases, and videos from the Play Store.
Microsoft launched a new Windows Phone 8.1 update for member of the Preview for Developers program that adds a cellular data toggle to the Action Center.
Every new Android 5.0 Lollipop device shipped from the factory is encrypted by default, but if you upgraded an older device, here’s how to set encryption.
Google released the Android 5.0 Lollipop update this week for the Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, as well as Nexus 4 devices, here’s a look at updating.
Microsoft released a new update for Windows Phone 8.1 for members of the Preview for Developers program this week. Here’s a look at what to expect.
Here’s a look at using the Roku screen mirroring feature and streaming content or mirror your device from an Android smartphone or tablet to the big screen.
If you run iOS 8 on an iPhone 4S or iPad 2, chances are it’s not running quickly. Here’s a few tips and tricks to help it run faster on the older hardware.
Inbox by Gmail is Google’s latest email service for iOS, Android and Google Chrome. Here’s a quick-look at some features to expect and how to get an invite.
PAC-MAN Friends is the Apple App Store Free app of the week for iOS device — iPhone, iPad and iPod. We have the details, screenshots and download link.
The Medical ID feature built in to the Health application in iOS 8 for iPhone is a great way to make your important health data available in an emergency.
Just like with other mobile devices, even Apple’s latest iPads and iPhones sometimes have trouble connecting to Wi-Fi or to other devices via Bluetooth.