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The Data Center: Where the Stuff of Nightmares Lurks

Even with the spirit of Halloween in the air, IT professionals know all too well that when trouble brews in the data center, there's no magical spell to fix it. From new technologies that require power demands more

Boost Mobile Unveils $70 ZTE Tempo Smartphone

Prepaid cellular carrier Boost Mobile has added the $70 ZTE Tempo budget smartphone to its always-expanding device lineup. The 4G LTE handset boasts a 4.5-inch touch-screen display, a quad-core processor, a 5-megapixel more

Apple Updates MacBook Pros With New Touch Controls, Slim Design

For months, Mac users have been waiting for Apple to refresh the MacBook Pro. They finally got what they wanted Oct. 27, when Apple introduced a new line of MacBook Pros with an updated design, a larger more

How Stealthy Malware Avoids Detection in Corporate Networks

Malware can be introduced into a system or network in the form of a virus, a worm, spyware, a Trojan horse, adware or ransomware. It is any malicious program that could potentially impact an organization's more

10 Impressive Features in Microsoft's Surface Studio Desktop PC

Microsoft is expanding its hardware lineup with an all-in-one desktop computer it's calling the Surface Studio. The computer, which was announced at a Microsoft media briefing on Oct. 26, is the first more

Kodak's New Ektra: A Smartphone With a Focus on Cameras

Kodak's first Ektra smartphone is aimed at changing the way you think about the company. Instead of thinking only about cameras and photography, Kodak wants you to see the Ektra's distinctive handset design and style. more

Why the New DTEK60 Is the Best BlackBerry Smartphone in Years

After weeks of speculation, BlackBerry on Oct. 25 announced a new Android OS smartphone known as the DTEK60, sporting a 5.5-inch screen and a surprisingly impressive rear-facing 21-megapixel camera. Users also more

How Samsung Should Design Galaxy Note 8 to Recover From Recall Debacle

Despite a painful decision to discontinue the Galaxy Note7 because of battery fires and explosions, Samsung still isn't willing to give up on its high-end handset that had been a big seller for the more

10 Findings from J.D. Power Smartphone Satisfaction Report

Apple and Samsung have been battling for mobile supremacy for years. But Samsung is currently dealing with the fallout from the defective Galaxy Note7 that has left the company with no other choice but to more

It's Time to Go on the Attack in Cyber-Security Battle

Oftentimes, companies find themselves taking a defensive approach to cyber-security as they struggle to keep up with the latest threats and attack strategies. However, a well-defined security policy and posture plays more
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