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By Jason Cipriani ⋅ June 10, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
Apple has ditched the leopards, lions and cats and instead has started naming its OS releases after California landmarks. But the name isn’t the only interesting change you’ll find with the OS X Mavericks. We go through our favorite new features on Apple’s latest OS X.
By Lynn Greiner ⋅ June 4, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
The days seeing a BlackBerry in the hands of every businessman and woman have come and gone, but does the birth of the BlackBerry 10 mean a comeback? We examine the new features associated with the latest BlackBerry series and whether these innovations are enough to bring the BlackBerry back into corporate dominance.
By Michael Gabriel Sumastre ⋅ May 13, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
Struggling with the job hunt? We’ve got a new solution for you. 10xmanagement offers a unique, new Hollywood style hiring service for IT professionals and we give you all the details.
By Donovan Colbert ⋅ April 9, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
Windows 8 is the best mobile OS platform available, says tech writer and IT pro Donovan Colbert. Problem is, most people don’t know it, and Microsoft isn’t doing itself any favors by making Windows 8 less consumer- and business-friendly than other OSs on the market.
By Michael Gabriel Sumastre ⋅ March 15, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
A new OS has hit the scene. We discuss the potential for Ubuntu and how it could potentially shake up the competition with its late 2013 release.
By Michael Gabriel Sumastre ⋅ February 9, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
While certain gadgets and technologies have transformed the ways we interact with the world, others have, well, flopped. What happened to these companies and why didn’t they have what it takes to make it big? We discuss some of the biggest flops in recent tech history.
By Stacy Warden ⋅ January 29, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
Potty training with the iPad? A coat that hugs you? A fork that tells you to stop stuffing your face? Learn more about these and eight other products too tech for their own good.
By Mike Lata ⋅ January 26, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
We discuss gamification concepts in the office environment as well as software development.
By Mike Lata ⋅ January 18, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
We outline some of the major differences between the newer versions of the iPad, including the iPad Mini, and older ones when it comes to replacing a cracked screen yourself.
By John O'Neill Sr. ⋅ January 18, 2013 ⋅ Post a comment
Our mobility expert answers questions about accessing Windows apps from the iPad, wiping an iPad that isn’t connected to the LAN, connecting an iPad to the enterprise from outside, and more!
By Mike Lata ⋅ January 11, 2013 ⋅ One comment
If you thought 2012 was a hot year for gadgets, wait until you hear about the upcoming devices that are on our radar.
By Mike Lata ⋅ December 22, 2012 ⋅ Post a comment
As 2013 approaches, it’s time to think of your new year’s resolutions. No matter what you vow to work on in the new year, you’re not alone. There are apps to help you!
By Mike Lata ⋅ December 19, 2012 ⋅ Post a comment
This article focuses on anonymous web access using TOR and online privacy. If you want to do your web browsing with some added privacy and security, these tools will help you out.
By Mike Lata ⋅ December 15, 2012 ⋅ 2 comments
We compare the Kindle Fire HD, the iPad Mini and the Nexus 7 to determine which is the best buy this holiday season.
By Mike Lata ⋅ December 11, 2012 ⋅ Post a comment
In the first part of our two-part series on mobile payments, we discuss the company called Square and delve into the potential such companies have in making our wallets obsolete. Square specializes in mobile payment solutions that allow us to bypass many credit card restrictions as merchants and use apps instead of wallets to carry cash.
By Mike Lata ⋅ November 10, 2012 ⋅ One comment
Google and Apple are in a heated rivalry right now that spans all sorts of software and hardware. So far it has pretty much been contained to the mobile market with devices such as tablets and software such as Google Maps. However, could it spill into different markets?