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Amidst security and privacy concerns about VoIP solutions, the authors of SFLphone introduce a decentralized, next-generation VoIP option that is explicitly designed for security.
Microsoft plans to have at least one billion mobile devices running Windows 10 and any app you want, no matter its original platform.
As the mobile market matures, money is shifting from app sales to sales through apps. That's good for developers.
Microsoft's next event will be held on January 21, 2015. Greg Shultz speculates about some of the things we might see in the next chapter of Windows 10.
Android dominates the mobile world in terms of market share, powered by a multitude of vendors around the world. Here are the up-and-comers you need to know about.
Ron Guerrier spoke with TechRepublic about his career at Toyota Financial Services, his unique approach to office hours, and how today's CIOs can succeed.
Humanity is evolving in many ways thanks to mobile devices. But are all the changes for the better?
Despite years trying to make Windows work, Microsoft needs to call it quits and embrace Android's momentum.
Microsoft recently showed an early preview of Windows 10. What does this mean for mobility?
With the emphasis on speed needed for websites, and many US mobile networks and residential ISPs introducing bandwidth caps and speed throttling, squeezing more performance out of ...