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A funny thing happened in the past year: People stopped switching browsers, at least on conventional PCs and Macs. Chrome and Firefox usage are down, and Internet Explorer's share is up. What's going on?
You'll need a heat gun to separate the LCD from the glass panel, and you'll need to dig deep in order to get to the replaceable components.
The new Windows 8 laptops/hybrids are rolling out and Lenovo is leading the charge. The new ThinkPad Twist is a delightful Ultrabook with a swivel touch screen that becomes a decent tablet.
If the ITU's treaty is signed into law at WCIT-12 in Dubai this month, its new Internet governance rules will make Syria's Internet blackout a "trivial" and legally supported maneuver for every country in the world.
RBC Capital Markets speculates that Intel could build ARM-based chips for future iPhones and, in return, Apple could use x86 processors in next-generation iPads.
2012 was another busy year in the mobile space and readers confirmed that longer form, in-depth articles were more popular than headline grabbing drama posts.
Why would you pack $100 with a personal emergency first aid kit? CA Technologies' Vic Mankotia has a few MacGuyver-style tricks up his sleeve to help the modern traveller.
Hardly a day goes by that I don't hear of some child being bullied on Facebook. It makes me sick. Facebook and Google need to beat their swords into plowshares and stop the bullying.
The consumer numbers of social media are well understood and it's the leading way people engage online. However, the numbers are a bit murkier for social business, yet an interesting picture has emerged.
According to comScore's latest report on the U.S. mobile market, it was pretty much business as usual in October -- with one major exception.
Google might be taking on Amazon's locker delivery service following the new BufferBox acquisition.
LinkedIn declares it has hit a "milestone" as Sir Richard Branson becomes the first "influencer" to have more than a million followers.
Take a step back and consider both the facilities and IT issues that marry you to your current environment
Thanksgiving is over, and we're heading into December. It's time for a look back at all the blunders, catastrophes, epic fails and major screw-ups of 2012.
A deal between office supplier Staples and 3D printing company Mcor Technologies is set to make 3D printing available in three European countries.
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