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FCC CIO David Bray talks about the challenges of updating the agency's IT infrastructure, which has been challenged to ingest more than three million comments about net neutrality.
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.
Memes pwn the web: What Lolcatz, Tron Guy, and Doge tell us about ourselves and the future of humanity
If you want to know how memes came to dominate the web, how they may evolve into "temes," and why they may hold the secret to the future of life on earth, then you better read this...
How Aaron Levie and his childhood friends built Box into a $2 billion business, without stabbing each other in the back
One of the most hotly-anticipated tech IPOs of 2014 is run by four childhood classmates who grew up and built a cloud computing juggernaut during their 20s.
While the iPad has its limitations, it's really good at a few basic functions. These 22 apps play to the iPad's strengths.
The Default Programs tool found in Windows 7 contains several configuration features that could make your life easier. Greg Shultz investigates.
The iPad has its limits, but it's really good at a few basic functions. Here are 20 useful apps that play to the iPad's strengths.
The history of the roleplaying game industry in general, and the Dungeons and Dragons game in particular, serves as an interesting case study in the relative benefits of openness i...
In honor of his 100th IT Consultant column, Chip Camden highlights 100 member comments that made him think, laugh, or both.
Microsoft's done well improving Office compatibility for Mac users with Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac, but does it serve your organization's office software needs? Based on the pop...