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A new caching system in Bitbucket increases performance of Git, decreasing the clone time of large repositories to a few minutes, easing the development workflow for geographically distributed teams.
As you take stock of the past year and look at the challenges that lie ahead, consider adding some of these goals to your IT-improvement list.
Chromebooks have come a long way in five years. Andy Wolber looks at the features that distinguish the Dell Chromebook 13 from other devices.
On Tuesday, September 29, Google officially unveiled the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Here's what you need to know about the latest Android flagships.
If you're looking for a cost-effective, mobile POS solution for your restaurant, Jack Wallen thinks Free POS Project might be the answer.
Vodafone Americas Foundation held a contest to promote innovation in the mobile/wireless technology space. Learn about the three winners for 2015 and what they brought to the competition.
How to prepare for 5G, the next level of mobile networking and the successor to 4G. Find out how your support and architectures will accommodate this soon-to-be new standard.
The new year is the best time of year to commit to improved habits. Here are three that could save Apple professionals plenty of heartache in 2015.
SumAll CEO Dane Atkinson talks about a data freshness approach: targeted responses for high conversion, then over time aligning with market changes and staying on top of patterns.
The iPhone 6 was revealed on September 9, 2014. Find out what features should have Android developers scrambling to pick up the slack.