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Many users believe that iOS and seamless integration go hand in hand. Jack Wallen thinks Android's interchangeable ecosystem is even better than iOS. Find out why.
Apple's new mobile payments platform saw a few hiccups on launch day, but overall, it's definitely a glimpse of the future.
A comprehensive report on driver distraction shows that using Siri, even hands- and eyes-free, is still significantly distracting.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law that mandates a remote "kill switch" for smartphones in case of theft.
Security concerns are one of the main roadblocks to Android penetration in the enterprise. Now that Knox is integrating with Android, will the enterprise bite?
For BYOD to work well in your organization, you need robust mobile security that preserves the user experience. Nubo Software has just the solution.
Apple shocked longtime Mac and iOS developers at WWDC 2014 by introducing Swift, a new programming language that will likely replace Objective-C. Here's a quick guide to using Swif...
Jack Wallen offers a few pieces of advice for the development of The Machine, a new HP device that will run an OS that's based on Linux instead of Microsoft.
By creating custom text shortcuts, you can type long expressions much easier with just a small short code that you can create to expand any longer phrase while typing.
GE's new LED bulbs are equipped with tiny beacons that locate customers in stores to offer them deals, and provide retailers with big data and big savings.