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Taipei, July 24 (CNA) Acer's shipments of its Chromebook line since the beginning of this year have increased 70 percent year-on-year, growing faster than the broader market, the company's CEO and President Jason Chen said Thursday.
Now our compatriots with Windows Phones can get in on the fun that is alternative-car service Uber, too. Uber announced the news of a dedicated Windows Phone app in a blog post today. Until this point, it's only been available for Windows Phone
Long rumored to be the hardware maker of choice for Google's Nexus 8, we should look for this particular tablet sometime later this fall. Presumably, the next-gen device will debut whenever Android L becomes official. The reports also reveal that the
Drizly , based in Boston, has partnered with Argonaut Liquor for the service. Consumers who order through Drizly's smartphone app have access to the same in-store prices on beer, wine and liquor and pay a $5 delivery charge, which doesn't include tip.
Search engine giant Google has purchased Helsinki-based 3D graphics startup DrawElements , the company confirmed on its website today. While financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, Arcticstartup reports that the sale price was over $10
Many of the Amazon Fire phone's features are twists on apps and concepts tried in other devices...On iPhones and Android devices, each icon takes you to a different app. The Fire and Windows phones break away from that and offer direct links to
You know those weeks when it feels like you don't have time for anything ?...With more to-dos than I could ever complete, and my ratio of urgent to non-urgent tasks tipping in the wrong direction, I wasn't sure when I would find the time to write my
Catalina Group presents its brand-new product: Citrio browser. Built on Chromium, Citrio embodies all the best features of Chrome family browsers...Moreover, Citrio has a range of its own unique features that make it an all-in-one universal browser...
07/19/2014 12:35:57 PM PDT Updated: 07/19/2014 12:35:59 PM PDT (Editor's Note: Literal readers, beware: Don't take every word that follows at face value. Mr. Herhold has an unfortunate yen for irony.) Even though it's going nowhere in the long run,
Fool contributor Tim Beyers explains how in the following video. Specifically, Google is teaming with Udacity to offer a free course for developers called Android Fundamentals. The idea, as this video calls it , is to "teach your brain to think like