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Hybrids have a tough job: they have to compete as both tablets and laptops. So how does the HP Envy x2 do?
The benefits of social business may be dramatic and undeniable. But am I the only one totally creeped out at what seems to be an obvious invasion of privacy?
Finally, a clear, visual, explanation of three of the most common — and most confusing — cloud-computing acronyms.
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Evernote wants to help create viable busineses that leverage the Evernote database to make it even more useful.
Facebook Home: It’s a Facebook Phone! It’s A Facebook Front-End! It’s both!
Watch Apple co-founder and Fusion-io chief scientist Steve Wozniak explain the basics of virtualization in this video.
Google is trading tchotchkes for reviews on its Google+ Local service. Does anyone smell… desperation?
“People are more demanding for a low-cost consumer thing than they are for [expensive] profressional products,” says AutoDesk CEO Carl Bass. AutoDesk learned that the hard way.
New tools and cultural norms are enabling creativity in ways never before possible – if we let them.
One infographic to sum up Austin’s massive, sprawling and chaotic interactive-industry get together.
They could reduce congestion, prevent accidents and help you find a parking place, for starters.
Forget the Internet of Things. Cisco is promoting the “Internet of Everything,” which it says will generate a whopping $14.4 trillion in value. No, really, it means it.
Guaranteed you didn’t know everything on this list – and you probably won’t agree with all the points, either.
Do you really think a little thing like banning telecommuting is going to fix a company so messed up it had to actually ban telecommuting?
Android is now the focus for security attacks and prevention — even if it doesn’t get as much attention in this regard as Windows used to.
Evernote – a popular app for personal and professional productivity – is only the latest in an ongoing string of high-profile security breaches.
If you listen to the anecdotal evidence, it seems like a whole lot of mobile users live in crappy-service hell.
The good folks at the Butler University Business Accelerator set out to learn exactly how good or bad today’s Question & Answer platforms really are, and which ones are best and worst.