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Jesus Vigo covers five common Active Directory connectivity issues affecting OS X and offers solutions to help resolve them.
Digital media's role in Brazil is being embraced and questioned, reports Alex Howard. Learn how human rights, the right to record, and Brazil's Bill of Internet Rights factor into ...
The Camera Roll is missing from iOS 8. Jesus Vigo investigates whether this is a flaw on Apple's behalf or a sign of features to come.
Though Apple says it's investigating a reported hack on the iCloud accounts of several celebrities, there is an easy way for users to secure their accounts.
With concerns about government spying seemingly at an all-time high, a new iOS app allows users to make secure phone calls from one iPhone to another at no cost.
Bitcoin and other digital currencies have emerged as potential disruptors to the financial system, but fear, theft, and illegal activity still hang over them. Here's what you need ...
Jack Wallen offers up a quick tip to help you keep your battery from draining dry when you need it the most.
TechRepublic has two new journalists on staff to bring you stories on important and exciting topics that matter more than ever in 2014.
Cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Box and SugarSync have been embraced by both individuals and organizations. This creates an environment that is potentially conducive to sec...
Dominic Vogel talks to the CEO of ExploitShield to find out more about what is meant by "application shielding" technology and how it fits in with other security mechanisms.