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Proxoid Great for free tethering

Recently, I discovered that I would need to input data into and print from a secure website during an important meeting. I’ve read too many horror stories to willingly use a strange computer or join an unfamiliar wifi network...
by Brian Johnson
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Photoshop for Android is worth it

Since its official release in 1990 — ironically, as a Macintosh-only product — the Adobe Photoshop brand has arguably become the gold standard in graphics editing software. Photoshop.com Mobile, a bare-bones version...
by Brian Johnson
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Paper Toss vs Toss It, a toss up

The paperless office is still a no-show, but paperless trashcan basketball is one tree-saving idea for bored students and office workers whose day has finally arrived… Two popular iPhone games, Paper Toss and Toss It, wer...
by Brian Johnson
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Waste time with Air Attack (addiction alert)

Martin Eriksen’s Air Attack is a warfare game that offers hours of fun, without the need for tedious Risk-like strategy. In Air Attack, your soldier must defend both himself and his territory from an ever-increasing onsla...
by Brian Johnson
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New Androids, mediocre reviews

So it seems that two of the newest Motorola incarnations for the Android OS, released in the last couple days, are not wooing critics. And with descriptors such as “frumpy” and “odd” the prospects of Mot...
by Brian Duggan
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