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There could be a surprising amount of utility in some of your legacy IT assets. These tips will help you extend the value of aging hardware, reusable code, and even old reports.
Amazon's Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) is free for developers. Jack Wallen discusses why this important move by Amazon just bested Google.
Two weeks of travelling across the world have proven the iPad can legitimately function as a primary computer for an executive -- if you're willing to put up with some minor frustr...
Defending the last missing pixels: Phil Zimmermann speaks out on encryption, privacy, and avoiding a surveillance state
Since writing the PGP encryption software in the 1990s, Phil Zimmermann has been a key figure in the internet privacy debate. With that argument heating up again, his perspective i...
Apple's June 2015 WWDC followed a predictable script. Erik Eckel offers some highlights from the event.
Chrome has a lot of hidden features, some of which take a bit more digging to find. Jack Wallen highlights four such features that will help improve your Chrome on Android experien...
Learn about how you can work with Bitcoin currency via mobile apps and read some insights from a leading Bitcoin organization.
For startups shopping for VC money, targeting an acquisition is one of the primary options for an exit. To help pick your targets, TechRepublic has broken down how the top 10 tech ...
The cost of computing keeps getting lower as a project to launch a $9 machine takes to Kickstarter.
Bloatware. Hardly has a word in the world of smartphones elicited such vitriol. Jack Wallen cries out that it's time to end the practice of adding bloatware to mobile devices.