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10 Reasons Today's Chromebooks Look Like a Smart Mobile PC Buy

Chromebooks, which are based on Google's Chrome OS platform, don't necessarily get the kind of attention Android mobile devices do these days. They are basically notebooks competing in a crowded PC market more

How to Integrate Consumer, Business Apps in the Workplace

BYOD, the familiar acronym for bring your own device, means that not only do your devices come with you to work, but your applications come along for the ride. Some people, including eWEEK itself, are now more

Lenovo Unveils Desktops, Ultrathin Notebooks Aimed at SMBs, Consumers

With the desktop PC market struggling to keep pace with the rising tide of mobile devices like tablets and smartphones, computer makers are looking to attract consumers with multi-touch capabilities, more

New York Auto Show Highlights a Changing Car Culture

The connected car market is still in its early days, but there are hints of what's ahead at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, running April 18-27. On display are the expected free-standing engine blocks, more

Phone-Based Fraud Takes Off During Tax Time

Security firm Pindrop finds a phone fraud ring that may have targeted more than 450,000 people, mostly immigrants and foreign nationals, in attempts to extort phony tax payments.

Red Hat Touts Virtual Containers as Next Advance in Cloud Computing

NEWS ANALYSIS: Red Hat says virtual containers will be an efficient way to distribute applications across the hybrid cloud infrastructures that are favored by enterprises.

Amazon's Smartphone Design: 10 Features We Want to See

Rumors are rife that Amazon is working on a smartphone. A recent leak showed an Amazon device pictured in a case and coming with what appeared to be four camera lenses around the corners of the handset. Details on the more

Ubuntu 14.04 'Trusty Tahr' Brings Long-Term Linux Desktop Support

Ubuntu 14.04, code-named the "Trusty Tahr" and set for general availability on April 17, is a special Linux distribution because it is a long-term support (LTS) release. An LTS release offers the more

10 Reasons It's a Bad Idea to Be a Google Glass Early Adopter

Google Glass went on sale for one day April 15 as Google tries to introduce more users to its wearable computing vision for the future. The device sold for $1,500 while it was available, and Google doesn't plan more

Surprising Trends Emerge in Threat Landscape

There are a number of high-profile security firms in the IT industry, though few have generated as many headlines as FireEye in recent years. One of the big reasons for FireEye's notoriety is the company's $1 billion more
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