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Bromium's Simon Crosby strongly advises us not to succumb to Cloudophobia.
Have you ever wanted to print from your iPad or iPhone? Here's the skinny: It involves AirPrint, Apple's little-known wireless printing protocol, and some gotchas.
If we return to a state of escalated tensions similar to that of the US and Soviet Union in the mid-20th Century, what does it mean for the future of our relationships with Russian software companies, developers, and strategically outsourced tech talent?
Apple's iPad has arguably become the ultimate ebook reading platform, with several prominent reader apps that are now supported on the device. Here's the lowdown so you can make the best choices in which ebook app software to use on your iPad.
Buffalo's flagship WZR-1750DHPD 802.11ac router features DD-WRT open source firmware out of the box. At $189.00 street, is it worth it?
Apple's iPad is an impressive piece of technology. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of it as a business tool.
After the wait and the anticipation, Samsung has produced... another Android smartphone. But you've read this article before, haven't you?
The Concours D'Elegance car show, held on the grounds of the Boca Raton Resort and Club, is an exotic car lover's paradise.
Why should you integrate cloud backup appliances into your IT environment? Because you've made this decision before.
Rick Vanover and Jason Perlow talk about the risks of specific "free" software that can cause issues on computer systems through adding pop-ups, sending information or proxy serving other traffic.
Scalding hot cappuccino meets right hand. Now I'm using voice dictation software.
I recently became a Surface Pro user. After looking for various case and stand products, I've finally found a great solution.
Apple's sixth-generation iPad, due presumably in October 2014, is likely to have important but incremental improvements over its predecessor.
While the Chinese PC giant may face its own unique challenges, it possesses an intangible asset that its competitors lack: business sex appeal.
It was tiny, almost toy-like. And yet what it would unleash on the world would be no less than a revolution in Personal Computing.
That "free" ADT home security system could end up costing you a lot of money if you want to escape from your contract.
It may look a lot like the iconic WRT 54G, but under the surface lies powerful and open hardware for the most demanding prosumer Wi-Fi users.
The true technologist is a chivalrous knight. Not a crusader.
Got an iPhone? You may never need to worry about turning on (or off) the lights ever again.
No more swapping out USB cables in crowded conference rooms. This monster charger on Kickstarter can juice up a platoon of mobile devices.