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Step aside, Apple, there's a new watch in town. At CES 2016, Fitbit unveiled the Blaze, a smartwatch that does things the Apple Watch can't, and at a lower price point.
No platform is immune. But how does Linux and open source manage to overcome issues like Linux.encoder.1 with such efficiency? Jack Wallen ponders this issue.
iPass is a Wi-Fi service which can help you get online via a number of available hotspots. Read about the author's experience reviewing the product.
Feeding Forward, a food waste management platform, shows how mobile, the cloud, and real-time technologies can revolutionize the fight against hunger.
Context is becoming a key element in the mobile app universe. Find out why it matters and what it can do.
No one wants to lose their smartphone. But it happens. And it's far better to be prepared when it does. Here's how to get ready for such a loss.
Parallels Access 3.0 refines on some mobility features and shows us the first iteration of an Apple Watch companion app.
Learn some advantages free sites and apps can provide you when shopping for a vehicle.
Cortana is the name of the personal assistant app in Microsoft Windows 10. Mark Kaelin shows you how to turn it on and off.