A USB stick you can expand and connect via wi-fi to devices that lack USB ports? SanDisk's wireless flash drive is handy, but not perfect.
More than 10,000 resellers are allied with the massive cloud services company. Now, as businesses adopt more Google Apps add-ons, it is beefing up support for ISVs and technology platform partners.
There have been none of the usual signs of a new Office for Mac in the works, but according a Microsoft Germany exec, a new and long overdue version will come this year.
Based on the open-source ownCloud Community Edition, ownCloud 6 Enterprise Edition offers the cloud's flexibility with on-premise business data control.
Samsung's latest flagship phone will be available to order in the United Kingdom this month.
Tablets are going to the office in greater numbers as time progresses. Enterprises struggling with how to make them work should perhaps keep the desktops and incorporate tablets as secondary devices.
But the Dutch telco isn't saying yet when customers might be able to use the higher-speed successor to current-generation 4G.
Local merchants transacting on PayPal saw their online exports climb 38 percent in 2013, says the e-payment vendor, for whom overseas business now accounts for over half its total revenue. Mobile contributes 15 percent of its overall payment volume.
With 11 percent of transactions coming from its app, Starbucks is looking to boost engagement and add features like digital tipping in 50 cent, $1 and $2 increments.
Wolfson Audio Card could help with voice activation and other Pi-powered sound projects.
Office 365 is three times the cost of Google Apps. It's worth it -- but probably not for the reason you expect...
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone says he is self-conscious about being rich.
Following the success of offering free Wi-Fi at Flinders Station, the Victorian government has announced expressions of interests to deliver free public Wi-Fi in central Melbourne.
The British founder of the world wide web has called for an "Internet Users Bill of Rights".
A Central Coast-based animator that has worked to restore some of the missing early episodes of Doctor Who has said he may move his business to the UK if he can't access faster, and cheaper broadband.
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