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A new iPad app for taking credit cards on an iPad surfaced briefly in the iTunes store today. Here’s what it’s up against when it resurfaces.
Keep your calls and your hands free and clear—even in the car—with these ten Bluetooth devices.
By 'eating its own dog food,' the company says it hopes to accelerate progress on Ubuntu Touch.
SearchYourCloud, which provides a single search interface to find documents stored on a desktop or several cloud-based services, expanded on Tuesday to include Box.
Microsoft co-founder and chairman Bill Gates Monday stuck to the company line on tablets, and disparaged rival Apple's iPad for its lack of a keyboard and its inability to run Office.
Windows RT tablets grabbed just 0.4 percent of the tablet market in the first quarter, a dismal result that led some tech experts to urge Microsoft to scrap the platform that's in its six-month infancy.
Retailers share part of the blame for poor Windows 8 sales and the ensuing decline of PC shipments, analysts contended Friday.
Microsoft may be revealing the second generation of its Surface tablets during its developers' conference next month, according to a printed report.
Instead of having the Windows OS and all your apps stored locally, what if Microsoft hosted your Windows desktop on its servers, allowing you to access your personal “PC” from any device?
About half of the world's companies will enact BYOD (bring your own device) programs by 2017 and will no longer provide computing devices to employees, a new Gartner report predicts.
BlackBerry and Samsung have separately launched security and management software with dual-personality features for their latest Z10 and Galaxy S4 smartphones, both designed to meet the demands of a growing BYOD marketplace.
If you have old phones stashed in drawers around the house, AT&T will now pay you for them via a voucher good for obtaining a brand new handset from the company's offerings.
Verizon Wireless has announced a new cloud-storage service to compete with Dropbox, Google Drive, and SkyDrive, but it's not really clear why anyone would use it in place of those services.
Great for mobile workers, this ingenious app imports everything you copy to the clipboard, then lets you save it all to Evernote.
After Ernest von Simson's book, "The Limits of Strategy: Lessons in Leadership from the Computer Industry," was published three years ago, he watched major shifts occur at the IT companies he had focused on, notably the slide of Hewlett-Packard at the same time that stalwart IBM maintained its industry standing.