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With the help of AutoMath, Android can help you solve those complicated equations. Jack Wallen shows you how.
Lauren Malhoit encourages sys admins or anyone who is new to IT to consider learning a coding language or two. Zed A. Shaw's Learning Python the Hard Way is a good place to start.
Take a look at Erik Eckel's math, which proves that the MacBook Pro might actually be more economical than a Dell Latitude.
Marco Fioretti shows you how to get started with Zim, a desktop wiki that accepts much more than text.
Tony McSherry looks at the desktop applications available on the Windows RT Surface tablet.
John Joyner offers some tips for deciding if a public cloud IaaS solution is right for your organization.
Ryan Boudreaux presents the final part of his two-part tutorial on implementing parallax scrolling in your web design. A download includes all the demo files used.
We recently asked the question "What's the one tool you can't live without?" Here's a roundup of some of your responses -- which took an interesting turn.
Wil Limoges shares some of his favorite keyboard shortcuts, particularly useful for those who administer and troubleshoot Macs on a regular basis.
After Justin James got his feet wet with IronRuby, he was eager to use it in a real-world scenario. Find out what he thinks of using IronRuby to write a WP7 app.