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It’s easy to get bogged down in debates over which is mobile provider is best. All that matters is which provider best serves your particular needs.
Heading on a business trip? To get work done, you're going to need more than your laptop, smartphone, and tablet. Here's what else you need to bring to be as productive as possible.
Macworld Lab found that the new MacBook Air has a significant boost to its battery life.
AT&T Tuesday announced a pilot project of solar-powered charging stations across all five of New York City's boroughs where the public can charge phones, tablets, and other devices for free.
Two years ago, Symbian was still the #1 mobile operating system. What happened?
How do you build a blockbuster app in Myanmar, one of Asia's poorest countries? You go and ask a fortune teller for help, according to 25-year-old Htoo Myint Naung, a local developer.
The new MacBook Air sports built-in compatibility with the newest draft networking standard, 802.11ac, an upgrade of the current 802.11n.
On the second day of its annual HP Discover user conference in Las Vegas, Hewlett-Packard launched an operating system (OS) designed specifically for cloud computing, called the HP Cloud OS. Initially, however, the software can only be obtained by purchasing HP systems.
Apple announced Monday it was working on browser-based versions of its iWork productivity applications, a move one analyst said challenged Microsoft's Office behemoth.
HP rolled out new tools designed to work with Salesforce and Good Technology and help business users get more done.
With smartphone theft exploding, businesses face extreme risks
Microsoft's TechEd North America conference, which was held this week in New Orleans, provided a first glimpse of the architecture that Microsoft shops should use to manage employee personal devices for work duties, an emerging IT trend called bring your own device (BYOD).
Recent numbers by a market research firm show that Android users appear to spend 20 percent less time using their apps than iOS users spend.
TextGen’s cloud-based service turns any phone number into a powerful and versatile customer communication platform.