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Google has given the axe to the stock Android Email app. Jack Wallen takes on the future of email on the Android platform and what options users have.
You can now insert images into Google Slides on Android and iOS. Andy Wolber thinks you should always check your slides on your phone.
In a platform battle, building on others' platforms is never a winning strategy. Matt Asay explains.
Vanessa Slavich of Square talked to TechRepublic about leading the company's computer science camp for girls, teaching herself how to code, and pushing her own limits.
Cyber security technologies might be the next technology joining MAM to close security gaps in MDM.
Originally a slick way to enter events, Fantastical is now a full-fledged Mac calendar app.
TechRepublic talked to Alicia Morga about her career transitions, from investment banker, to lawyer, to iOS app developer.
Microsoft has released an Outlook client for Android. Take a look at how it works.
After looking at the preview of Visual Studio 2015, Tony Patton says his overall first impressions of the release are favorable. Here are its standout features.
BYOD faced some criticisms in 2014 but appears set to evolve further this year.