SoftMaker to release Office Mobile for Android by early September

SoftMaker is best known for making full-featured yet lightweight office apps for Windows Mobile devices. Now that iOS and Android dominate the mobile space, the company is branching out. Last year the company started testing their mobile office suite for Android. It’s been in private then public beta for almost a year, and this week […]

The Droid X360 will infringe all the trademarks and capture your gamer heart

There are tons of manufactures in China making knock-off devices to sell at cheap prices, but rarely do these gadgets make me wish so hard I could actually have one. The Droid X360 is one such beast — Android 4.0 inside, PS Vita design, and enough emulators to keep you gaming for years. From the […]

HTC releases kernel source for AT&T One X

Good news for you U.S. HTC One X owners out there: HTC finally released the kernel source for this version of the phone. That’s the model with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and 4G LTE radio. HTC released the kernel source code for the international model with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU ages […]

Botiful bot makes telepresence easy and affordable for consumers

Telepresence bots make people who have to work remotely feel less cut off from their co-workers in the office and helps facilitate more organic communication and collaboration. Many telepresence bots are pricey given that they have to integrate cameras, microphones and sensors to help with navigation in addition to servos and wheels, so they’re out […]

iTunes U update adds note-taking just in time for Back to School season

iTunes U is Apple’s higher-education podcast and content delivery system that allows universities to publish lectures, notes and other digital materials for online access. Much of the content from the hundreds of participating institutions is available to the public, though a great deal is restricted to currently enrolled college students. An update to iOS app […]

How to install Adobe Flash on the Nexus 7 (or other Jelly Bean devices)

Adobe’s Flash Player isn’t officially supported in the newest Android version, 4.1 Jelly Bean. Though the default browser for the Nexus 7 and other Jelly Bean devices is now Chrome, which has built-in Flash support in the desktop versions, this does not apply to mobile devices. Adobe warned that attempts to install Flash on Jelly […]