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App of the day: Outlook.com review (Android)

App of the day: Outlook.com review (Android)

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Android gets email right, as long as you're loyal to Gmail. You will have a frustrating time if you're a Hotmail or Yahoo user, and want to enjoy the same rich experience as you'd get within Google's own apps. And that's not much of a surprise. And with... >>

App of the day: Vybe review (Android)

App of the day: Vybe review (Android)

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Almost as 24 started to air in this country, there was a collective "How do I get the 24 ringtone" emitted from the vocal chords of geeks across the globe. Clearly these were people who had never used a Cisco IP phone before and thought the ringtone was... >>

App of the day: VLC review (Android)

App of the day: VLC review (Android)

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Media playback on Android devices is pretty good on the whole. Certainly, out of the box, most phones and tablets will playback a wider range of video than Apple devices. But that's not universally true, and sometimes the built-in support needs to be... >>

App of the day: YouTube RT review (Windows 8)

App of the day: YouTube RT review (Windows 8)

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Windows 8 is a solid enough operating system. It is hated by some because it's a radical visual departure, but the ideas behind it are solid enough. New users, and those who want an uncomplicated experience can have a good time, thanks to the full-screen... >>

App of the day: Pac-man + tournaments review (Android)

App of the day: Pac-man + tournaments review (Android)

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There are 256 levels in Pac-man, and every single one of them is harder than the last. That's a problem, because level one isn't exactly a walk in the park. At least, not for us because Pac-man comes from a time when games were designed to be as hard... >>