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Cerberus is the ultimate Android bodyguard

You’ve spent weeks scraping cash, lurked on tech sites and forums and read every single review online and now you’ve finally changed your mind and made the jump. But spending a chunk of your paycheck for a shiny smartphone is only half the battle; keeping it is another. A night out of town or a ... Full Article »

July 15, 2012 4:30pm

Look inside your Android with Onavo | Monitor Data Usage

What’s really going on inside your Android device? When do you use data and what apps consume the most? Many carriers now place limits on data plans that require you to pay fees per download if you go over a monthly allotment. With a usage monitor app like Onavo, you can track your data usage and ... Full Article »

March 5, 2012 6:30am

AppZilla: 50 in 1! is the kitchen sink of Android app bundles

Just like the fact that you can’t drive 50 miles without running into a big box retailer, you knew this was bound to happen. Everyone loves a bargain, and AppZilla: 50 in 1! brings a new twist to mobile app deals. As the title suggests, this app bundles 50 applications into one. Is it worth it? Th ... Full Article »

February 20, 2012 4:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: FEMA

Add FEMA to your list of tablet apps to have on hand in case of an emergency. It's a guide to what you can do before, during and after disasters like hurricanes, floods or terrorist attacks, in order to keep yourself safe. FEMA also helps you to create emergency kits, plan emergency meeting locatio ... Full Article »

October 25, 2011 12:03pm

Mobile Security Personal Edition will keep your phone safe

Mobile devices and cell phones are no longer just phones. With the emergence of smartphone technology, these devices have become more precious. And if you consider that you store important data on your phone, it becomes an even more valuable object. For me, my HTC smartphone is an integral part of m ... Full Article »

October 2, 2011 6:15pm

Get mobile disaster preparation and response with the FEMA Android app

Got disaster? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been working hard to improve its image since Hurrican Katrina, the costliest and one of the deadliest natural disasters in the history of the United States. The agency received a fair amount of praise for preparation and response to Hu ... Full Article »

September 5, 2011 3:30pm

Ads a drawback with Lock Menu for Android

LockMenu for your Android phone is a practical alternative to your phone's default lock screen. A standard application that helps you preserve battery life, that lock on your phone is a simple, single, sliding-lock mechanism you tap and drag to get to your phone's home screen. What's neat about Lo ... Full Article »

April 10, 2011 8:30am

Super Box (10 in 1) a great tool kit for your Android phone

It's always handy to have tools around for the unexpected repair, general maintenance or improvement. I could be talking about a house, but really I'm talking about your phone. As I've said before, Android phones are small computers now. Like a PC, you'll need some utilities handy to keep your phone ... Full Article »

March 24, 2011 1:00am

Great business apps for Android users

Android devices are a reliable, powerful companion for heavy business users. The operating system continues to improve, so here’s our take on some of the best business apps available in the Android Market. Our list is by no means exhaustive, but we at least wanted to share the news: Android, more ... Full Article »

February 28, 2011 12:11pm

Make Your Clock Widget Beta a must-install for Android customization buffs

There are legions of Android owners who take great pride in modifying their Google-powered phones in every conceivable way. I mean, who doesn't want to root their device to install custom ROMs, over clock their CPU, and save/restore backup images? Once that new ROM is running your phone, there's a ... Full Article »

February 22, 2011 5:54am

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