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Jide’s Remix OS Player runs Android PC on top of Windows

There is no shortage of ways to run Android apps on Windows, from developer-oriented options like GenyMotion to those that put a focus on gaming like …

You can now test Amazon's Alexa voice service in your browser

Shutterstock<p>The Amazon Echo is a pretty cool piece of technology, but it’s expensive. If you’ve ever wanted to try it out for yourself before spending almost $200 on one, now you can… for free!<p>Amazon has just launched a dedicated website that will allow users to try out the company’s Alexa voice …

Automation

Cómo utilizar las infinitas direcciones de email que te da Gmail

Uno de los trucos que tal vez no conozcas sobre Gmail es que puedes añadir puntos en cualquier parte de tu dirección de email sin afectar en …

Here Is How to Use iPad As A Document Camera in Class

July 15, 2015<br>An interesting way to use iPad with students in class is through turning it into a document camera. The concept is very simple, you use …

Education Technology

Google IO 2013 starts tomorrow: what to expect

It’s the moment that us Google addicts have been <i>(im)</i>patiently waiting for, Google I/O 2013 starts tomorrow! From Google Glass to Google TV, and everything in-between, there’s a lot going down at I/O this year.<p>The big question is what all can we expect from Google I/O 2013. In a recent interview …

Google TV

What to expect from Android Key Lime Pie

Google should unveil a new version of its mobile OS next week. Here's some of what we may see this time around, and also down the line.<p>With Google's I/O developer conference just a week away, all eyes are on the company's plans for the next version of Android.<p>For much of the last year we expected …