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Android Smart lock is a handy way to make gaining access to your device easier. But is this at the cost of security? Find out what Jack Wallen thinks about this issue.
AT&T is set to "light up" FM radios on all new Android devices in 2016. Find out why this could be a big deal.
Should you upgrade to what Microsoft has called the last version of Windows?
Privacy will continue to be a hot-button word as technology continues to evolve. A challenging question will pin you to one side of this fence or the other. How will you answer?
Looking for an easy way to automate the task of saving your Android battery? IF now has a channel just for that. Jack Wallen shows you what you need to do.
Two weeks of travelling across the world have proven the iPad can legitimately function as a primary computer for an executive -- if you're willing to put up with some minor frustr...
Nancy Hua talked to TechRepublic about her life as a first-generation immigrant, path through the tech industry, and goals for accelerating innovation through mobile.
How do you expect password123 to protect your online accounts? Jack Wallen says, "You can't." He offers a bit of advice to users who choose simplicity over security.
If you're a frequent Google Now user but are looking for a few new tricks for the personal digital assistant, Jack Wallen has a few that just might make your day a bit more efficie...
Bloatware. Hardly has a word in the world of smartphones elicited such vitriol. Jack Wallen cries out that it's time to end the practice of adding bloatware to mobile devices.