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Least useful hack ever puts Windows 95 on your smartwatch

What happens when you give an Android Wear smartwatch to a 16-year-old with a bit too much time on his hands? You get Windows 95 on your wrist. Now, we frankly have no idea why you'd load a desktop operating system from twenty years ago onto a Samsung Gear Live smartwatch with a 1.63-inch display, …

11 Tips And Tricks To Get The Most Out Of Your Android Phone

Since Android is an open platform, there's plenty of room for customization.<p>Beyond personalizing your phone, there are a few easy practices that can keep your phone neat and organized with plenty of battery life to last all day.<p>Here are some tips and tricks every Android user should know.

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Adobe Creative Cloud Comes To Chromebooks With Photoshop

Google is quickly trying to flesh out additional functionality and features for their Chrome OS, beyond just basic apps that run in a browser window. The company recently announced the growing capability to run Android apps on Chrome as well, which opens up a world of opportunity for users that …

Pokémon card battler flies up iPad download charts but struggles to generate revenue

Pikachu is popular, but he’s not so great with money.<p>The Pokémon Trading Card Game Online is one of the most downloaded iPad apps in the world right now. In the United States, the card battler is the fourth most downloaded app on iPad, according to data-tracking company App Annie. In Canada, the …

Streamnation Brings Shutter to Android: Unlimited Storage

Deezer co-founder Jonathan Benassaya launched StreamNation to the world last year, serving as a platform that lets you stream and share videos and photos directly from the cloud. Shortly after, StreamNation made an interesting move by letting its users upload their own DRM-free (ripped, basically) …