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Chromebooks have come a long way in five years. Andy Wolber looks at the features that distinguish the Dell Chromebook 13 from other devices.
No one wants to lose their smartphone. But it happens. And it's far better to be prepared when it does. Here's how to get ready for such a loss.
Open source has been proclaiming IT freedom for years, but that may not be what customers want.
Travel is increasingly a part of the modern IT worker's life, whether you're a junior analyst or a CIO. These tips from one IT road warrior will make your trips go more smoothly.
A new Linux distribution includes, by default, a piece of software that could make the end user liable for legal action. Jack Wallen chimes in.
Samuel Ohev-Zion, the CEO of BLU products, spoke with TechRepublic about his entrepreneurial journey, the mobile landscape, and his advice for budding entrepreneurs.
In light of the recent iOS cloud breach, it's imperative to secure your Google Drive account. Jack Wallen offers up a few tips to help tighten down Drive.
Munich city council says a review of its IT has not been triggered by staff dissatisfaction after moving from Windows to Linux on the desktop, in spite of reports to the contrary.
Jack Wallen puts an Android developer on the hot seat and receives some very enlightening responses. If you've ever considered developing for Android, this is a must-read.
Brien Posey shares five of his favorite apps for the Microsoft Surface tablet that he likes to use when he travels by airplane.