Is Hillary Clinton's campaign skirting communications regulations to reach mobile-centric users? Once again, technology drives politics to the bleeding edge.
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"If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is an obsolete practice for technology. Here's why we need to make "upgrade, no matter what" our new mantra.
Unmanageable deadlines and disastrous IT wrecked this top US retailer's attempt at international expansion. The moral of the story: IT drives the enterprise.
David Gewirtz presents six questions that will help you make a carefully considered upgrade decision. Make sure you think before you click.
Darling Firefox, I thought of Chrome as a simple dalliance of convenience. Just one or two days, when you wouldn't talk to me, I sought solace in Chrome's Omnibox.
Do you really want to trust your bookkeeping to the dark side? That's what went through my mind as I logged into Quickbooks this morning.
The real world runs on real computers doing real work and those computers run Windows. Microsoft needs to remember that as they introduce Windows 8 to the real world.
ZDNet's Jason Perlow is the first to sit under the hot lights of Skype in our Better Know a Blogger series. Think you know Jason? Think again.
If we can't count on Time to tell us what we need to be paying attention to, then who can we count on?
You will have the unparalleled and unprecedented opportunity to watch us pontificate on the future of Windows 8. Bring popcorn. There will be fireworks.