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Microsoft launched a beta version of Social News, but limited use and stiff competition will result in it being DOA.
Everyone knows smartphones are causing us to tune out the world and interact less with others. But is that really the case?
Enterprise network management needs to be part of any major mobility initiative whether it is BYOD or a major system update like iOS 8.
PlayerLync can transmit video and files to enterprise tablets to deliver content using new techniques. Learn more about what it can do and how it works.
The Camera Roll is missing from iOS 8. Jesus Vigo investigates whether this is a flaw on Apple's behalf or a sign of features to come.
Apple's iPhone 6 is catching up to Android in some ways, and presenting new challenges in others. Here are three ways Google can improve Android to compete with the latest iPhone a...
There is a huge gap between people that need legal representation and those that can afford it. Several new apps and platforms are trying to solve that problem.
Do you think Android's increased popularity will result in an insecure platform? Jack Wallen says the responsibility is in the hands of the maker and the user.
Google launched its social network Google+ back in 2011. After three years running, has Google+ built enough momentum to remain relevant or is Google ramping it down?
Extreme Network's Vala Afshar tells TechRepublic about his year and a half career in marketing, his background in engineering, and why the resume is dead.