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Facebook users are being asked to decide how they want their voice heard about future site governance changes.
It has been over a year since 4G services landed in Australia, and less than one in 20 Australians have tried out the new technology.
One reason many folks use Android smartphones is for the excellent Gmail experience and with today's 4.2 release the application gets even better.
At its annual Identity and Access Management conference, Gartner says computing trends are fueling enterprise interest in ID.
Microsoft is claiming some users could see price decreases with the new Office 2013 servers due to consolidation in SKUs. But your mileage may vary.
Google boasts that its new API will enable apps to support vector-based maps that load quicker and also support navigation in 2D and 3D viewing.
The new feature will make it possible to answer calls or send faxes and texts from a single business phone number, unifying communications.
One of AOL's top executives is reportedly leaving the beleaguered Internet company on the cusp of a new marketing campaign.
How Microsoft used to do business during the last isn't going to carry it far into this decade. Here are some simple steps that the Redmond giant can take to stay relevant in a post-PC world.
While price and production capacity remain batteries, a new report predicts annual demand will reach 3.1 million square meters annually by 2020, compared with just 110,000 square meters currently.
The age of social media is fully here, but it might depend on mobile technology to keep momentum going.
The smartphone space continues to evolve and improve as more and more people buy these devices. It was a great year for Apple, Google, and Samsung, but others continue to struggle.
Is there room for RIM's BlackBerry operating system in a mobile space dominated by two players? One analyst believes that expectations may have gotten "overly pessimistic."
The good news for Microsoft is that Windows 8 reached over one percent of the market in November. The bad news is that it lags behind Windows 7's adoption rate and still has no tablet/mobile adoption to speak of.
New numbers are beginning to emerge from research firms on actual sales and usage of Windows 8. But the data paints a conflicting picture.
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