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Here are two hardware and software solutions, along with advice on how to deal with dead drives and solid-state drives.
The smartphone maker and anti-virus firm are joining up to help provide BlackBerry users greater ease of mind over an increase in malware-laden mobile applications.
Reducing the noise through analytics and automation lets you hone in on what is causing an environment to run less than optimally.
Have your genome sequenced? The knoSYS (TM) 100 can analyze the data for you ... for $125,000.
More than 2,000 private technology companies were acquired in 2012. Here's a look at the trends.
With Windows 8 stumbling out of the gate and Google's Linux-powered Chromebooks gaining steam, Microsoft needs to dump Windows 8 for Windows 7 on PCs and the sooner the better.
Streaming media involves access to audio/video content via the internet. There are many legitimate business reasons to access streamed audio and video files, such as engaging in training, reviewing news...
The IronKey Workspace is an encrypted USB flash drive certified by Microsoft to be a Windows To Go drive device.
Another report has surfaced that the PC maker has neared a multi-billion deal to go private, but Dell isn't there yet.
Analysts are expecting the hard drive market to face a "myriad" of challenges this year.
The latest tool to jailbreak your iOS 6.1-powered device—including at long last the iPhone 5—has been released.
It gives the wireless carrier a major entry into the digital health market, and a foothold in a growing South American economy.
Google has said there are 2,000 schools worldwide using its Chrome OS devices, twice as many as there were three months ago.
Tami Reller, one of the pair of Microsoft execs running Windows, provides a few new insights into what's happening -- and coming -- with Windows 8 and Windows RT.
InfoArmy learns that it can't create a high-margin business with low-margin practices.
According to comScore, consumers rarely knew of non-PayPal digital wallets, which aim to replicate physical wallets via devices like smartphones.
Supercomputers can also be green, and the new Eurora supercomputer is the greenest of them all, topping the Green-500 list for performance per watt.
PCLinux 2013.02 KDE and MiniME are available - here's what to expect
TechRepublic’s BYOD Business Strategy Survey reveals that 62 percent of companies either already have Bring Your Own Device allowances in place, or plan to by the end of 2013.