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Yes, you can legally use Office 2013 to do real work on a Windows RT device like Microsoft's Surface. But be prepared to pay extra. I've got details, including the monthly price tag.
Apple is known for using proprietary components in its products that have often drawn ire from the industry at large. But in the case of the new Lightning connector used on the latest generation iPhones and iPads, the company has clearly innovated.
The Galaxy Note II has already sold more than 3 million in just over a month and I am loving it. Here are ten things I do with my Note II, some of which I can't do with my other smartphones.
Enterprise applications haven't innovated as much as their consumer counterparts. Employee expectations based on consumer tech experiences are going to change that.
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The tablet PC price wars continue to heat up as Barnes & Noble lowers the cost on its older slates in preparation for the release of its new Nook HD models.
Snide remarks aside, Apple has now replaced its "inaccurate" statement concerning the Apple v. Samsung case.
An online credit recharge bug could cost China's leading business-to-consumer (B2C) website into the millions, while subscribers who took the advantage of the flaw could be put behind bars.
Hitachi Data Systems CEO in Australia talks about broadband access in hotels, tech items he can't live without while on the go, and his 'converged infrastructure dream.'
Three reasons BYOA may pay off for organizations.
On a day in which many technophiles gleefully await the latest Apple tablet computer to be delivered, millions of Americans are still without power, heating and running water.
Microsoft is delivering cross-platform support in two phases, and will make its mobile, native CRM clients, due out next year, free.
Ground up design and implementation of the latest in datacenter techhnology
We talk to Tatu Ylonen, inventor of the SSH data-in-transit security protocol, about how (surprisingly!) sloppy large companies are in granting access to their most sensitive systems.