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This week we have a mini review for you. Neowin member mrk returns with a short review of a Cellular Line Anti-Slip Grip pad for his Galaxy S3 that was reviewed last week, the review does not end well
Today at CES 2011, ASUS unveiled two new tablet computers called the Eee Pad Slider and Eee Pad Transformer. The new family of devices has four different styles for any user to enjoy. The Eee...
Google’s Android OS has done wonders for companies looking at competing with Apple’s iPhone. It has applications, a strong web browser and allows manufacturers to focus on device hardware or and other ways to differentiate...