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A seemingly esoteric question actually turns out to be vital for dealing effectively with the trend toward silos of communication everywhere, from social networks to online communities.
The latest beta release of the Chrome browser for Linux, Mac and Windows introduces support for voice commands, as well as improved support for responsive design for web developers.
In today's consumer-driven IT world, a new rule stands above all the rest: keep it simple.
The two dominant Australian domain name companies look to merge to maintain competitiveness against cheaper, foreign-based competition.
Chrome extension developers will now have until the beginning of May to get their extensions for Windows users into the Chrome Web Store.
Good news: Everyone -- seriously -- is invited to Google's next event. Bad news: It's not on the barge.
Mozilla on how its Servo engine will throw away the 20th-century baggage that holds back current browsers and harness the power of modern multi-core smartphones and tablets.
Using MasterPass should be emulate a one-click (or one-touch) payments process across the entire device without having to leave an app at all.
Burstly itself owns TestFlight, a free testing ground boasted to be used by everyone from students to the Fortune 500 for mobile app development.
Mobile web apps that use the Cordova platform for cross-platform compatibility can now be released on Mozilla's Firefox OS.
DevOps teams, tasked with speeding up application delivery, are mired in their own time sinks.
Registration for Google I/O isn't open yet, but there is at least one big change to know now.
The e-commerce giant has been pulling back the curtain slowly on a 3D printing agenda.
Starting today, Google is moving the next evolution of Maps out of preview mode to become the default mapping desktop experience for all of its users worldwide.
LinkedIn's new publishing feature is a more professional version of a blog post, fitting in somewhere between Tumblr and a makeshift digital portfolio.