Ailsa Mitchell

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What's That Salad the Kardashians Are Always Eating on Their Show?

<i>By Susan Yara, Glamour</i><p>There's no lack of information on the Kardashians out there. Open up any of your social media apps and chances are you'll see their famous last name plastered in a headline. But while everyone focuses on Kim's new book of selfies, <i>Selfish</i>, or Kylie's lip-gate, we have more …

Samsung Galaxy Tab S review: a rival for the iPad?

Samsung’s gone all out to beat Apple’s iPad with a stunning screen, fingerprint scanner and snappy processor<p>The Galaxy Tab S is Samsung’s no-holds-barred attempt to beat Apple and its dominant iPad. With an incredible screen, slim build and snappy processor Korea might finally have something Apple …

The best alternatives to Google's own Android apps

As Android has evolved, Google's worked increasingly hard to keep users locked into its ecosystem. The search giant creates new apps, retains users by giving them a thoroughly decent out-of-the-box experience and then charges device makers for a license to embed them on their phones and tablets. …

With Paper, Facebook Stops Trying To Be Everything For Everyone

Mark Zuckerberg and his fellow Facebookers hope to Paper over the problems of its primary app with a new, content-sharing, stand-alone app. Will Paper perform like Facebook Messenger or like Poke?<p>This is no Paper tiger. Whether Facebook’s new stand-alone take on a news feed app flops or takes off, …

Setting Up Your New Android Tablet for Maximum Awesome

You put it on the list. You dropped subtle hints. You even watched <i>The Internship</i> just to point out the Android logo. Finally, all that work has paid …

AT&T chief: We can't keep doing big subsidies on phones

CEO Randall Stephenson says wireless operators can no longer afford to suck up the costs of customers' devices. The wave of the future? Drive up network use.<p>AT&T's top executive says the era of big subsidies for devices is coming to an end, as wireless operators can no longer afford to fund a …

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