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posted in March 2012
Do you manage multiple iPads or other iOS devices for a group? Synching and charging them can be awkward and security can be a challenge. A new rack from Griffin Technology makes it all a lot easier.
RIM gets picked on a lot, but the company still has compelling strengths. It's not too late for it to be back on top again.
Months after the release of Android 4.0, a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich, network carriers such as AT&T and Verizon still ship all their phones with version 2.3 (Gingerbread). How can Google knock the carriers out of their complacency?
A very nerdy NASA astronaut shows how gravity, or the lack thereof, would affect angry birds slingshotting at pigs in space.
"Random access JPEG" technology from Scalado lets camera users remove foreground objects, and create high-quality panoramas and 3-D images. Scalado doesn't make digital cameras--they just make digital cameras better.
It's cutting it close and there will be very few ARM-based devices, but Microsoft is still shooting for the Christmas season for general availability of Windows 8 and devices running it.
The available hotspot mode isfor nowa clear difference between the two mobile broadband iPad models. Data plan pricing at the low-end is also a differentiator.
The world now knows that Mike Daisey lies about his subject matter, but I called him on it almost a year ago. I think many of us may owe Apple a silent, personal apology.
What's it like to turn on that New iPad for the first time? We have it on video.
Apple fans are camping out on Fifth Avenue in New York so they can be among the first to get their hands on the new iPad.
Have you ever dropped your cell phone in the sink (or worse, the toilet)? Don't panic. Here's how you just might save it.
Correction: Most of our predictions about the iPad 3 were spot-on, but our Jacob Lopez was a bit off in a one spot.
It's not entirely clear how big the mobile malware problem is, but it is clear that data breaches are the main threat it poses.
Test lab's results show that some anti-malware packages are a lot better at detection than others.
There's just no good intersection of sound device security and a bring-your-own-device policy.
Is ARM a whole new road for Windows or just a dead end? Speak your mind in the comments.