As state and local governments look to the cloud, everyone can learn from agencies' struggles with compliance and ingrained cultures.
The phone runs Android 4.0 and is the first device to offer HTC Sense 4, which AT&T says is designed to improve the user experience.
The Uppleva line will offer choices of HD LED TV sizes ranging from 24 to 46 inches. It will also include Wi-Fi, USB ports and space for game consoles.
Delving further into Pew's recent survey on digital differences, I found these interesting tidbits.
Increased market share coupled with Apple's lack of transparency are largely to blame for an uptick in Mac security problems, say experts.
You'll now have the ability to download info on friend requests you've made, previous names you've used, and more.
If a customer leaving a service is bad business, then why are carriers annoying us with new fees?
Eadweard Muybridge's historic experiments with photographing horses formed the foundation for motion pictures, especially animation.
Google dazzles our imagination with its augmented reality glasses, but could the Internet behemoth have a diamond or a dud on its hands?
BlackBerry Mobile Fusion adds iOS and Android management to BES and makes it easier for customers to switch to mobile devices other than BlackBerry.
Here's some advice on how to cope with the possibility that your credit card information may be compromised.
iPhone 4 class action settlement site ready to dispense cash to users who experienced antenna issues.
Both Microsoft and Google plan to put forth proposals at the IETF meeting this week to make the Web faster.
What kind of response should you expect after posting a comment or complaint on a company’s Facebook page?
Security and privacy experts criticize the FTC's policy efforts on do-not-track issues as 'misguided.'
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