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Apple's Spring Forward event, held March 9, will be known for launching the Apple Watch. But there were two other announcements impacting business users that may be lost in the exc...
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
Google Chromecast is a device that can allow you to stream certain multimedia content to your TV. Read about some challenges setting it up and suggestions to make it work.
Over the past couple of years, the increase in connectivity has even changed the way people go on holidays.
In this column, Tony McSherry covers more of the apps available in Windows 8 RT. This week, it is time for Photos, Video, Music, Maps, Camera, and Skydrive.
PowerUSB's power strips are designed to help users better control the energy consumption of their PCs and peripherals. Find out if Donovan Colbert thinks these products are good op...
Careful research, thoughtful planning, and honest self-assessment can help you make a successful leap into the IT consultant role. But the realities of the job will still surprise ...
Deb Shinder recently visited Louisville, KY, where she spoke at TechRepublic Live 2011. Find out what Android apps Deb uses when traveling.
If the fancy tech on TV crime shows makes you chuckle, keep in mind that there are many other ways real cases differ from the TV versions. Deb Shinder offers tips for working with ...
The New York Times recently listed several consumer electronics you may not need, from digital cameras to e-books. Is this common sense or heresy? Andrew Nusca offers his take.