After a brief stretch in beta followed by some vague teasing, Firefox's native Android app is finally set to hit Google Play. While there are a raft of other bells and whistles -- a new welcome page, curvy Australis tabs, Flash and HTML5 support, for starters -- the company is giving the browser's newfound speed the MVP treatment. That rapidity is as good a place as any to start a quick hands-on, especially since the native browser lag on our older Galaxy S handset often makes us want to hurl it through a pane of glass.
Following a recent tease, Samsung and Nook have finally teamed up to announce the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. It’s aimed at those who want the best of both worlds: a full Android tablet that can also double up as a solid e-reader. There’s no... Read Post
Fresh on the heels of Firefox's latest beta, Google has also just released a new beta build of their Chrome web browser. In addition to a number of speed improvements, the most exciting thing about today's beta release is the inclus... Read Post