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Barnes & Noble, the prominent bookseller, has had a hard time growing the sales of the Nook tablet in the face of fierce competition from the Amazon Kindle - not to mention all the other tablets on the market.
9 hrs ago | MacInTouch
MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Retina? It's a question that has prompted good discussion about costs, features, performance and display characteristics, especially when considering viability over the next 5 to 7 years.
13 hrs ago | PC Magazine
App usage grew 52 percent in 2013, but most people stuck with what they knew and didn't download many new apps.
16 hrs ago | The Atlantic
These were some of the findings of a new report from the web traffic-monitoring company ComScore , which examines the most popular apps among American smartphone users.
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It's so easy to generate a mountain of digital files nowadays. We take more photos than ever, shoot hours of video, and love to share.
RescueTime can track the time students spend on distracting websites, and Google Drive can help students keep files and documents organized in the cloud.
No one would disagree that smartphone users are spending a ton of time in apps, and here are some more numbers to prove it.
When I reviewed Amazon's new Fire Phone, I compared it to the first iPhone, and the similarities are many.
In June, we noted that Apple is adding a handy new feature to the upcoming OS X Yosemite: the ability for iMessage/Apple ID users to screen share via the Messages app.
When Mailbox came out for the iPhone, people were so excited about its novel mail-sorting features that they lined up like it was a hot new nightclub to try it out.
If you use Gmail or any of Google's apps, there's a good chance the monster search engine has data of yours stored in its systems.
If you have kids, you know how much they love going on the Internet, and how much they can contribute to online traffic.
Windows Phone smartphones have gotten quite good, so why doesn't anyone buy them? Personal Tech columnist Joanna Stern tests the HTC One with Windows Phone 8.1 to find out.
It's that time of day again where we tell you about some terrific paid iOS apps that you can download for free for a limited time.
We previously reported that Apple was scheduled to release a new version of iOS 8 to developers and testing partners , the sixth in the release schedule, and we have learned that Apple has in fact done so.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 08:04 pm
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