AT&T has announced its plans for NumberSync, a service that will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This doesn’t only apply to smartphones, either: AT&T says that everything from tablets to wearables can be used with your phone number.
The service will depend on your devices being connected to AT&T, so ... Read More »
LastPass is a program that securely saves all of your passwords to the cloud and lets you access them from anywhere. You won’t have to remember passwords for all your accounts; just install the LastPass app and it will provide them for you on your computer or mobile device.
Starting today, LastPass can be started for free ... Read More »
In late November, Dropbox and Microsoft rolled out the ability to edit Microsoft Office documents directly from the Dropbox app and to access Dropbox files from within the Microsoft Office apps. However, at the time this functionality was limited to phones.
Today those same integrations are finally available to Android tablet owners. While access on ... Read More »
It’s that time of the year again. Jack Frost is nipping at your nose, the smell of cinnamon and spice fill the air, football is on the TV and you’re trying to figure out what to get your brother for the holidays. Fear not, Android and Me reader, you’ve come to the right place.
Lenovo has just announced three new additions to its Yoga line of Android tablets. The first two tablets both go by the name of the Yoga Tablet 2 but come with two different screen size options: one 8-inch variant and a 10-inch model. The Yoga Tablet 2 has retained the distinctive folding hinge design of its ... Read More »
Of all the ways to position and sell the Samsung’s just announced Galaxy Tab Active, they’ve certainly picked an interesting one. According to Samsung, the Galaxy Tab Active is the the tablet Fortune 500 companies want, C Pen, shock resistance and all.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Active is just what you’d expect from the ... Read More »
Over the past year, tablets have gained a stronger footing on carriers, so much so that AT&T is doing something that’s previously unheard of. AT&T is now allowing select tablets to access its prepaid GoPhone service. Rather than signing a contract or having to pay for a traditional off-contract plan, AT&T is letting customers purchase data on a ... Read More »