Monday, 25 June 2012

[TechRepublic] Releasing Android apps for BlackBerry; Is Windows Phone 8 worth the wait?

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Releasing Android apps for BlackBerry: The how and the why

Read about four ways to convert your Android app to run on BlackBerry. Also, find out what factors may affect your decision about which option to choose. Read more

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Is Windows Phone 8 worth the wait?

Deb Shinder discusses Microsoft's preview of Windows Phone 8. Find out why she's cautiously optimistic about this device. Read more

Rock and roll with Android's media recorder

What does Bon Jovi have to do with Android coding? Find out in this media recorder tutorial by William J. Francis. Read more

Microsoft Surface: iPad knockoff for enterprise? That works

Cynics may mock the Microsoft Surface as an iPad knockoff, but it has enough going for it to turn the heads of a lot of business customers. Read more

Poll: Would you buy your next tablet from Microsoft?

Microsoft is taking a bold gamble with the Surface tablets, but they didn't really have a choice. Read more

Tech Career Expo and Dev Jam going on June 28-29

Market leading companies will be participating in this year's Tech Career Expo and Dev Jam in San Francisco's Moscone Center on June 28 and 29. Read more

Samsung Galaxy S III teardown reveals easy-open case, difficult-to-fix display

Getting inside the Galaxy S III is easy, but Bill Detwiler shows you why replacing the front panel or display isn't. Read more


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A glimpse at Windows Phone 7.8 and 8 (pictures)

Today, Microsoft announced the newest version of its mobile OS, Windows Phone 8. View on site

Hands-on with Microsoft's Surface tablet (pictures)

CNET gets a spin with Microsoft's new tablet. View on site



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1 comment:

  1. There's a new, easy and FREE way to monitor your children, pets, elders at home, businesses, home, etc., GotoCamera www.gotocamera.com offers a FREE webcam software app for BlackBerry phones that allows you to use your basic web camera for surveillance purposes. The app gives you 1-click access to your cameras, archives, and settings. The sign-up process is extremely simple. All you need to do is set up a GotoCamera Account (also free) to use this app.

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