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If you're still thinking about whether or not to upgrade your iPhone to the latest and greatest, Jordan Golson offers some general impressions of the newest devices to help you dec...
Jesus Vigo reviews some of the higher profile changes made to Apple's OS X Server in the recent 5.0.4 release and how they'll impact SMB and enterprise users.
If you're frustrated with the infotainment system in your car, make sure the next one you buy supports CarPlay. Jordan Golson explains.
Google has re-defined the router and you'll want to seriously consider investing in this new piece of technology.
Both Apple and Google have suffered setbacks to their messaging systems, with consumers becoming the victim. Jack Wallen offers a solution to all that ails SMS/MMS.
Battery drain can happen after software updates, due to out-of-date settings or holdovers from previous versions. Cory Bohon explains how to fix these battery drains after performi...
Jack Wallen finishes up his "barrier to entry" series for the Linux operating system by busting a few remaining myths surrounding the platform.
As long as people build our software, security may be an illusive dream. Matt Asay explains.
To improve the odds that an app will work (and people will like it), help people create a process map. Andy Wolber shows you how.
Conflicted much, Apple? Safari, iAd, and how Apple's expanding mission are driving conflicting priorities
Apple wants to do what's right for customers, but an expanding vision is leading to conflicts. Matt Asay explains.