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The Hard Case with Keyboard for 7″ and 10.2″ Tablets isn't a brand name, super expensive keyboard case, but that doesn't matter since it looks great and performs very well. The keyboard has great tactile response and isn't loud. It will dramatically increase typing speed and improve any app or game which requires a keyboard. This is a must-have for just about any 7" or 10.2" tablet.
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The TrackPad & Wopad RK2818 7" Android Tablets can do all the basic tasks like reading eBooks, PDF files, Docs, browse the web, email and much more. These might not be super powerful, high resolution tablets, but they get the job done. If you're looking for a very capable 7" android tablet that won't break the bank, either of these tablets will do.
"Mozilla, a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better, is excited to release Mozilla Firefox 4 for Android. Firefox delivers an intuitive interface, unparalleled customization and support for modern Web technologies. To make mobile browsing effortless and fun, Firefox provides seamless and secure access to personal data across desktop and mobile devices, including browsing history, bookmarks, open tabs, form data and passwords.
"A team of security researchers has created a proof-of-concept Trojan for Android handsets that is capable of listening out for credit card numbers - typed or spoken - and relaying them back to the application's creator." | more
"Through Google's work into translation and voice recognition, the company today released a new version of Google Translate for Android that features a conversation mode that allows English and Spanish speakers to communicate to one another in their native tongues via the app. While it's not quite like having a Babel Fish in your ear just yet, it's clearly a significant step in that direction." | more
"Users are complaining that a Christmas update of their Google Nexus S phone wiped everything but the SIM. The update was supposed to improve the phone from 2.3 Android OS, to 2.3.1. According to the Guardian after the install was finished all the settings - mail, camera, locations of icons, downloaded apps had been wiped.
"You never know which mobile phone application the Department of Defense is going to glom onto next. Last time we checked, it was an automatic voice translation gadget to help our troops communicate with Pashtun and Dari speakers in Afghanistan. Now the Pentagon has its eye on an Android app that can help injured soldiers check their emotional state on a regular basis.
"This is either the funniest thing you'll see today -- or it's the most offensive. But every so often an internet video goes so viral that the rest of the world simply cannot ignore it. And sometimes the stars, or subjects of these videos become so popular and so recognized, that they're launched into a some minor realm of celebrity status. And that's exactly what has happened to Antoine Dodson." | more
"Here's a blast from the past: Winamp, that mainstay media player of college dorms and LAN parties since time immemorial (er, 1997 or so) has made the leap from PC to handset with the release of Winamp for Android. This bad boy is available for Android 2.1 and up, and features a playback widget for the Android desktop and Last.fm integration. But that ain't all! If you install Winamp 5.59 beta on your PC, you can sync and manage your libraries via USB or WiFI. Pretty sweet! We only have one questions, really: will it still whip the llama's ass?
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