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Your tablet and smartphone can be invaluable tools to help you stay out of harm's way during hurricane season.
Upstream service providers should not be breaking basic web service protocol connectivity.
Learn from the Crashplan abandonware experience -- own your data, in an archive-agnostic format.
Hate is back in fashion again. Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our anger and frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
You'd expect better than a sub-Prime support experience from the presumed leader in home automation and Internet of Things.
In the not-so-distant future, virtually all shopping will take place at home.
Contextual search may not be the most exciting aspect of mobile application development, but it is a highly essential service and extremely difficult to implement.
Fear of cloud migration has very little to do with the overall security and reliability of public cloud infrastructure.
While the 40-year-old x86 architecture is king of public cloud today, it is likely to become a legacy system in future application deployments.
In the near future, where goods are made will have no real bearing on where the jobs are.
Tech-assisted gaslighting is destroying truth, justice and the American way. Can anything be done?
These are the key functional areas a small/medium business should be addressing with the cloud this year.
You have racing thoughts and don't want to get out of bed. Put down the Twitter and Facebook, and try these instead.
The combination of positive, visionary futurism with relevant social commentary distinguishes Star Trek from every other science fiction television program that has followed it.
We have no real tools to effectively manage the flow of information, and by shutting down the third-party client ecosystem, trolls have been enabled to run rampant.
The hottest mobile game might be a passing fad, but its impact on how businesses compete in future augmented reality and geographically-enhanced apps will be staggering.
Until we look to emulate the open models of Wi-Fi and PCs, IoT will always be a source of never-ending e-waste.
The company needs to regain its challenger mindset and think very seriously about customer retention in the wake of its unprecedented $15bn settlement with the federal government and US diesel owners.
Orphaned and proprietary IoT devices are annoying, but having major home appliances that fail after only a few years is extremely worrisome.
On the surface, the Huawei P9 doesn't look much different than the dozens of premium Android handsets currently on the market. But what's inside is a glimpse into the future of the smartphone industry.