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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.
Imagine a future with no malware and no workflow-interrupting software upgrades. It's coming.
Waiting until you have a catastrophic failure or a major security event to upgrade your system is never a best practice.
The PC hybrid is currently the only end-user business platform that is equipped to deal with next-generation cloud computing environments in dynamic mobile computing scenarios.
At nearly $300 to start, Amazon's flagship ebook reader device is no bargain. But that isn't why it exists. This is how $30 e-readers are made. Rich people and early adopters take the price hit for the rest of us.
This UFO-shaped Bluetooth speaker features an integrated speakerphone, is water-resistant, incorporates a subwoofer -- and levitates off its charging base.
Jason Perlow speaks with the CEO of Sensics on the the potential impact of VR and AR technologies on the human brain.
Yes, a budget Android handset can replace your iPhone 6S.
This stylish Android handset from a unique global-facing boutique Chinese manufacturer is a solid performer with few compromises at $249 -- if you do a lot of international travel.
Web-based standards and native code are the future of application development on mobile devices.
This powerful smartphone handset with flagship-class hardware isn't Android-based. It uses a completely open source OS.
This handset from the little-known Chinese consumer electronics giant demonstrates that it is still possible to have high-quality engineering and impressive industrial design at a lower cost.