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Certain Android wear smartwatches are about to get even smarter. Jack Wallen introduces you to the newest feature to come to Google's internet of things.
Mac users spend countless hours typing. While a default Apple wireless keyboard shames its typical basic Windows counterpart, optional upgrades vastly improve the experience.
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
From automated phone systems to call center analytics to voice recognition features, the scope and importance of voice-based apps in the enterprise continues to grow.
Apple users possess a multitude of online meeting options, but they're not equal. Find out why Erik Eckel thinks WebEx is the most full-featured of three leading platforms.
Cloud bursting is a way of using public cloud resources to deal with spikes in demand. When it comes to solutions, Nick Hardiman asks: Why trade capacity problems for complexity pr...
ISPs want to regulate bandwidth. Users want good service. Researchers at Stanford University feel there is a way both parties can get what they want.
Donovan Colbert forgot to disable Google Voice forwarding when his regional number lapsed and was assigned to an underage girl's phone. Find out what happened.
Two companies. One large. One startup. Two migrations to the cloud. Let’s take a look at the similarities and differences in their moves.
With the cloud and tablets, SMBs have access to fully capable mobile conferencing that once would have been cost prohibitive.