You may not be able to do all your business work with just your Android smartphone alone, but with the right apps you can come mighty close.
Some people are deeply upset about the latest incursions into our privacy. But as a society, we don't seem to care all that much.
Microsoft needs to make up its mind whether it wants to stay a software company or if it's really serious about being a hardware power as well.
I'm not talking about the hassle for IT departments when people bring in their own devices. I mean the perils to the people doing the bringing.
Price is a big weakness when every player in the virtualization market is offering a good-enough free option.
Whatever your size, there's a distribution that fits.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski recently announced a plan that would expand the Universal Service Fund's Lifeline program to include broadband Internet service.
Here is a look at some of the best cloud services of late 2011 compared.
Operating systems will remain important for as long as we use computers, but mostly they will matter only to the people behind the scenes.
USB 3.0 offers data transfer speeds that are five times faster than USB 2.0, so why hasn't it caught on?
The multitudes have spoken: They love the Apple iPad, they want more tablets, and they want them in the office. Here's what to expect.
A combination of factors is going to cause Windows to lose its stranglehold on the business desktop.
Logistics company adopts containerization model, but is still searching for all-in-one solution
Google won't release Android 3.0, Honeycomb, until it has made it 'better.' This has ticked off pretty much every open-source professional out there
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