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DIYers know the value of a handy app. But in the realm of DIY, the apps tend to be craft-focused. The ones on this list are anything but.
As technology evolves, some things need to fall by the wayside. Scott Matteson thinks these 10 things are holding back progress.
Hewlett Packard Labs reveals the progress it's making in its attempt to reinvent computing for the era of big data.
Stop guessing! Susan Harkins shows you how to use Excel's Goal Seek what-if analysis tool to achieve your goals.
Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of the future.
A new OS has been proposed, based on Linux and Android's material design specifications. Jack Wallen opens up his hat of supposition to imagine the possibilities this platform could bring to life.
Erik Eckel takes a look at Endpoint Protector 4, which helps Mac users and administrators force encryption use on USB flash drives and other portable storage media.
IT managers: Don't let your hard work be overshadowed by being caught out by Oracle's overly complex licensing rules.
In the first installment of his five-part app developer series, William J. Francis creates a drawing surface and a framework for controlling and updating the contents of an Android game.
Jack Wallen takes a look at TripLog, a free Android app that helps you keep track of mileage and travel-related expenses.