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With the recent announcement of Oculus' consumer version, we now have a mostly complete, timeline for when to expect new hardware. For businesses, there's still a lot to do in the ...
Waste less time going back and forth about meeting availability with these 8 options for scheduling.
Social media platforms are constantly trying to keep users engaged, particularly with autoplay. Here are a few things brands should know about producing video content for social.
Learn some tactics to cut down on unnecessary email and make the most of your mobile experience, using an example Android hooked to an Exchange environment via Activesync.
Jack Wallen shows you an easy method of getting your Android notifications to your Linux desktop with the help of a tiny Android app called Linconnect.
The next best place to look for a job might just be your mobile device. Check out these apps to help you get started.
TechRepublic's Android expert Jack Wallen shows you how to get more life from your Android device's battery with the Battery saver feature.
It IS possible to gain control of your rambunctious feed and maximize Twitter's business potential. Jack Wallen looks at several apps that can help.
Jack Wallen shows you how to easily share files between an LG G Pad and a desktop/laptop with wireless sharing.
Keep your Facebook page for your small business. But also add your business information to Google so that it can be found when people search with Google, Google Maps, or from Andro...