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“Contactless” hardware lets phones and gadgets pay with a tap, but the coming plethora of apps that use it may confuse users.
In the mobile-phone battle zone, each successive gadget tries to shoot down its predecessors.
The Chinese-made tablet falls short, highlighting problems with the Android ecosystem.
Many apps collect and share sensitive data, and the developers may not even realize it.
A service for developers combines music recommendation and streaming.
It features live traffic data and easy-to-use directions–but also has design flaws that betray a “beta” status.
An Android phone’s approach to security is radically different from an iPhone’s–but is it better?