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New NIH grants seek to tap into the potential of combining advances in tech with neuroscience, enabling the creation of better tools to monitor and analyze the human brain and, may...
Greg Shultz examines Windows 8.1's power settings to help you get the most out of a single laptop battery charge.
Learn how to get and use Zinstall XP7 to move your Windows XP installation from a hard disk to your Windows 8 system.
If you're thinking about buying a Galaxy S III, be forewarned. This phone offers some incredibly cool features -- but you'll want to factor in a few gotchas.
New IT pros -- and even industry veterans -- sometimes make costly, embarrassing mistakes. Here are a few common missteps that are easy to avoid.
Surveys show that Windows 8 is garnering nearly as much interest as the iPad, but Patrick Gray encourages organizations to plan a tablet evaluation that focuses on tasks, not the p...
Bob Eisenhardt compiled some questions for SMBs to ask themselves as they implement business continuity planning. The recent power outages in the northeast bring them into focus.
When you get a new PC, one of the first things you want to do is connect it to the Internet. But that is a very bad idea. We list 10 things you need to do to prepare your new PC fo...
While Android and iPhone have all the buzz in smartphones, BlackBerry-maker RIM is still making all the right moves to win in the enterprise.
Believe it or not, I want the people with whom my organization does business to make reasonably good money. I despise the "low bid" process and, while price is always going to be ...