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Well Apple has announced the new iPhone 5. It pretty much conforms to the rumors that were flying around before the San Francisco event kicked off. It’s certainly an improvement on the iPhone 4S, but is it enough to tempt you away from Android? In a word – no!

Android Virus

With mobile malware threats on the rise, Verizon has responded by unveiling a new antivirus app for its line of Android phones, dubbed Verizon Mobile Security. Both free and paid versions of the app are available, depending on your security needs.

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The first Kindle Fire managed to burn the chart during the first several months of its availability. Does the successor pack enough zings to compete with the Kobo Arc? The battle starts right here.

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When we are very much active online or we have numerous credit cards in your possession, there is always the fear of having our private details and information breached by an unknown individual.... We can’t always shake off the idea that there are malicious thieves lurking around us.

We can never be too safe. Our identities online are not always assured of foolproof security. Coming up...

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Do the differences between the new Apple iPad (third generation) and the 8.9 inch Kindle Fire HD justify the $200 price difference between the most basic models of the two tablets? Read on for a complete answer to that question !

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Since Samsung is the largest Android handset maker in the world it is easy to overlook the fact that the Korean giant has its own smartphone operating system called Bada. Derived from the Korean word for “ocean” or “sea”, Bada runs on seven Samsung devices all from its “Wave” series. The top of the line model is the Wave 3 which has a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen with Corning Gorilla Glass, a 5MP camera and is powered by a 1.4GHz CPU. Not bad.

Amazon vs Google Play

Amazon is offering a tempting range of Android tablets at attractive prices, backed by plenty of content. From the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD to the budget Kindle Fire update, Amazon is going all-out for a win in the tablet market and Google should be worried.