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A mod for the $35 Raspberry Pi enables the Linux board to translate English into more than 60 languages.
The Retina MacBook Pro is all about the resolution, baby. The problem is that OS X only gives you access to four options.
Have you ever asked Siri for a traffic report? Don't bother if you're driving. Have you ever had Google Maps tell you to, "Return to route"? Frustrating isn't it? XOWi is the little gadget that can take the pain away.
Want to limit the ability of companies to track what sites you visit online? Check out these tools that shut down common ways used to track browsing habits.
A developer of color calibration systems tells customers that Mavericks upgrade will require driver updates and workflow workarounds.
For some companies, building a brand costs millions of dollars in huge ad campaigns and years of seed planting, good will, and market cultivation. But Spiceworks' Community changes everything.
If you believe that all technology shows are created equal, you're wrong. Spiceworks' SpiceWorld is so much more than just SWAG and vendor fluff; it's a community. And cool software.
Expect to see the virtual receptionist features added to Demandforce apps as well as Intuit's flagship QuickBooks and TurboTax products.
A Mac architect takes a detailed look at the forthcoming Mac Pro's graphic processors, which reveal plenty of potential value in the top-of-the-line machine.
Wall Street was actually expecting a loss at 15 cents per share on a revenue of $36.74 million.
A developer reports that some scripts now running under Mavericks are bringing up a security dialog that may likely be unfamiliar to users.
The browser is updated with Web Audio support, which the browser maker suggests is the last major building block in supporting advanced games and applications.
UPDATE: Attackers are believed to have obtained access to invalid as well as inactive Adobe IDs along with test account data.
New research from Microsoft suggests that software development faces a number of hurdles as the IT world adjusts to new platforms and devices
There's nothing wrong with holding onto those shrink-wrapped software boxes and hard copy licenses or is there? I think you have to look past the calls for its demise just because of what's on the calendar.