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Chuwi Launch Dual Booting Hybrid Tablet for $179.99

Chuwi is not the first brand we think of when someone says "hybrid tablet" but they have recently launched a new device that appears to be an excellent contender for the budget market. Starting with a promotional price of $179.99 for the next 2 days and then rising to $224.99 after that although the keyboard...

Baidu Browser found to be Leaking Personal User Data – What it means for you

You've probably heard of Baidu before. Known somewhat as China's Google (though that may change if Google finally decides to re-enter the market this year), the mammoth search engine giant/advertising platform/online encyclopedia has dabbled in developing numerous applications designed around its service ecosystem for both Android and Windows (much like Google). These apps have millions of users, most of whom...

XDA/Android Podcast Episode 10: “Mobile Computers, Pocket Realities”

The XDA/Android podcast will bring you the best news each week from the perspective of the XDA team, r/android mods, admins and users. Each week you can find our latest episode here, on Youtube, Pocketcasts and on your favorite podcast app through the RSS feed: http://www.buzzsprout.com/49234.rss In this episode, the team discusses the Pixel C at...

YotaPhone 2 Source Released & Win 7 on Zenfone! – XDA TV

The YotaPhone 2 has released its kernel source. That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement of a 50% rebate on Android Nanodegrees and be sure to check out the article talking about Windows 7 booting...

Microsoft Expansion: Subverting Android One App at a Time

When it comes to operating systems, the name “Microsoft” is bound to ring in everyone’s ears. They deserve that recognition, given that they have been a major player in desktop computing since the early days of GUIs. While their advancements in the PC world are arguably some of the fundamental pillars of all software experiences...