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Hewlett-Packard quietly rolls out budget-friendly HP 8 Android tablet

The HP 8 is friendly on the wallet, but you definitely get what you pay for.

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Tablet slowdown seen after years of breakthrough growth

Tablet shipments will grow 19.3 percent in 2014 compared to last year, a signal that the rate of uptake of the devices is slowing.

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You Should Play: QuizUp

Prove that you know more than your friends with this awesome trivia game, which just launched on Android.

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Relax. Your delayed Android update isn’t the end of the world

A more modular and polished Android means delayed OS updates don't sting as much as they used to.

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Look for Flipboard to tap into Zite's personalized reading smarts

Flipboard is buying up its rival reading app. And while Zite's iOS and Android apps aren't going away, they won't receive further updates as the Zite team joins up with Flipboard.

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App Invasion: Save songs for offline listening with AirPlay Recorder for Android

AirPlay Recorder is your new vessel for making mix tapes, but for the modern age.

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It's happening: Android and Windows Phone on one device

India-based Karbonn Mobile figures its business-centric customers wouldn't mind having the best of both worlds in the palm of their hand.

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Jolla shows its Sailfish mobile OS running on Android phones

Have you heard of the Sailfish OS for mobile phones? If you haven't, you should, says the company's CEO.

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Ten smartphones that caught our eye at Mobile World Congress

Samsung's Galaxy S5 may have grabbed the biggest share of the spotlight in Barcelona this week, but there were plenty of other mobile devices that caught our eye.

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Intel wants its new mobile chips in your phone, tablet, toaster and more

The company might finally have a decent mobile chip with its 64-bit Merrifield and Moorefield designs, but its competitors have a huge head start.

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