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World Domination has long been the battle cry for Linux. But does that cry really hold any relevance these days? Jack Wallen tackles that tireless question to hopefully put it to rest.
Mozilla has announced they will be further distancing themselves from Thunderbird. And Firefox OS is dead. Jack Wallen contemplates the fallout of Mozilla's latest moves.
Jack Wallen takes a look back on the year that might have been one of the more important collection of 365 days yet to be strung together for mobility.
Apple's new set-top box is finally on sale, and it's a potentially huge salvo in the television wars.
Take a look at the latest mobile threats to the enterprise and some recommended remedies.
Both Apple and Google have suffered setbacks to their messaging systems, with consumers becoming the victim. Jack Wallen offers a solution to all that ails SMS/MMS.
Amazon's Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) is free for developers. Jack Wallen discusses why this important move by Amazon just bested Google.
Conflicted much, Apple? Safari, iAd, and how Apple's expanding mission are driving conflicting priorities
Apple wants to do what's right for customers, but an expanding vision is leading to conflicts. Matt Asay explains.
Microsoft says it wants to focus, but what could be more important than location data?
Apple's next OS X release, El Capitan, is due in the fall. The new release packs several features business users will appreciate, including Pinned Sites, Mail improvements, and noticeable performance ...