In the news: Kindle fire HDX 8.9 with Android review: Bigger is still beautiful

By | November 8, 2013

Amazon-Kindle-Fire-HDX-89-back KINDLE FIRE HDX 8.9 REVIEW: BIGGER IS STILL BEAUTIFUL

We loved the Kindle Fire HDX. It’s faux-Android wrapped up in a budget body so beautiful you’ll learn to stop worrying and love the forked OS. Now its big brother, the HDX 8.9, is here with the same flavor of lovely in a stretched-out package. Read the full article…

HYPERJUICE 1.5 BATTERIES ARE THE ONLY PORTABLE POWER FOR YOUR MACBOOK

Hyperjuice While you might get all-day battery life with a 13″ MacBook Air, other Apple laptops don’t share the same luxury—especially if you’re a power user. Because of Apple’s proprietary MagSafe charger, only one company—Hyper—offers an external battery that can actually keep you powered on the go. Read the full article…

android-robot-google-sign HOW DO YOU DEVELOP APPS FOR MULTIPLE ANDROID DEVICES?

Android is a robust platform which runs on a wide variety of devices. But with so much diversity, how can developers make sure their apps look great on every device — from the biggest, most high resolution tablets to lower quality displays? Read the full article…

officeballmer MICROSOFT UPDATES OFFICE 365, BRINGS REAL-TIME COLLABORATION TO FREE OFFICE WEB APPS, ADDS YAMMER TO ALL ENTERPRISE VERSIONS

It’s been six months since Microsoft launched Office 365, its subscription-based version of Office for businesses and consumers. Over 2 million consumers now subscribe to Office 365 Home Premium and 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies are using it in some form. Read the full article…

Kit Kat Android 11 HIDDEN FEATURES IN ANDROID 4.4 KITKAT

The latest flavor of Android, version 4.4 KitKat, is just a few days old, but enthusiasts and developers alike have already gobbled down and digested it. Besides the tentpole features of improved power efficiency and more sophisticated voice recognition, KitKat has several hidden tidbits for users to snack on. Read the full article…

 

 

default MICROSOFT & FACEBOOK TEAM UP TO OFFER BUG BOUNTIES FOR A SAFER INTERNET

In an effort to battle hackers and keep the internet safe and secure, Microsoft has teamed up with Facebook to sponsor an Internet Bug Bounty program that’ll offer a cash prize to anyone able to uncover important web vulnerabilities. Rewards range from $300 to $5,000 depending on the severity of the flaws. Read the full article…

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