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Tomorrow, voting machines will be working at full steam as Brazilians go to the polls for the second round of the country's general elections. We take you though the main developments of e-voting in Brazil over the last 30 years.
Analysts and reporters have been spoiled in recent years by companies and categories that produce staggering sales figures. When some products can sell hundreds of millions of units a year, it's easy to dismiss small but influential players that sell mere millions.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending October 24, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
In what ways can teachers use tech to enrich their lessons?
In a move that has surprised and angered security researchers, chip maker FTDI has admitted to issuing a silent update that bricks cloned FTDI FT232 [USB to UART] chips.
3D printing is a hot technology topic, and Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find out who is using it, and how it's being used in the enterprise. Find out the preferred vendors, the best uses...
What makes Apple's new iPad Air 2 tick? The iFixit team gets their hands on the new tablet and do what they do best – take it apart.
Four application solutions join two new hardware configurations from HP.
Could you use a private, multi-location cloud with no recurring fees, automatic syncing, versioning, and access controls? Think a dead-simple Dropbox, without the security issues — and a sustainable business model.
Italian researchers have come up with a new way of squeezing extra life out of standard lithium ion batteries, thanks to the miracle material.
The numbers don't lie. ABI Research finds that Linux-powered Chromebook sales are exploding.
If the NSA's unconstitutional surveillance of Americans isn't creepy enough, how about an automated tool that links your camera to you through social media? Hidden info stored on every photo makes it possible.
New Zealand's taxman will switch over to a mainframe service from Unisys in November.
If reports about HP's next computing play are true, the company will promote 3D scanning and a computing interface that rhymes with work conducted by Microsoft Research.
Not only is the new Mac Mini slower than the old quad-core, its configuration is much less flexible. Why the hate, Apple?