Here's what changed: Buying a new phone and switching platforms can be a pretty big endeavor. Sometimes, it's important to take a step back and learn the new platform before raging against the machine.
As expected, Nexus devices get to taste Marshmallow first. The final version is now available and Google is holding an Android for Work event to help enterprises better understand the features.
Stephen Witt weaves music-industry economics, sound compression technology and the history of online file sharing into a satisfying multi-pronged tale.
Ovum principal analyst Tony Baer provides a summary and analysis of what he learned at Strata + Hadoop World in New York last week.
IBM plans to integrate Chicago-based Cleversafe into its IBM Cloud business unit in a bid to bolster its overall hybrid cloud storage portfolio.
The latest version of iOS has an improved Reader View that makes surfing the web on the iPhone and iPad a much better experience.
Linux is inherently more secure than Windows but a badly managed Linux server will still be more insecure than a well-administered Windows system.
Lack of attention from carrier testing programs is the main reason. Perhaps HTC should take a cue from Motorola and sell unlocked phones only so it completely controls the Android software experience.
Digital business and big data was a nice warm up act. Now your enterprise is all about the algorithms.