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Is the BlackBerry Passport Right for Enterprise Employees?

The BlackBerry Passport, a device that looks like no other on the market, is coming to AT&T on Feb. 20. The Passport, like all other BlackBerry handsets, is designed for enterprise users and for people who want more

A Quick Look at Eight Recent Linux Kernel Releases

The Linux kernel sits at the core of all Linux-based operating systems and is produced in an open-source, multi-stakeholder process. It's a process that has evolved over the last two decades, with a steady flow more

How Members of Black Duck's Open Source Rookie Club Are Faring Today

Black Duck Software, an open-source software logistics solutions provider enabling the secure management of open source code, last month announced its seventh annual Black Duck Open Source more

What Apple Should Consider Before Trying to Make Electric Cars

A multitude of news reports say Apple is considering jumping into an entirely new market building electric cars. These reports say Apple has assembled an engineering team with the task of building an electric more

Nine Takeaways From the White House Cyber-security Summit

In May 2009, newly elected President Barack Obama—who was burning the midnight oil trying to revive a very sick U.S. economy—declared that cyber-security was going to be a national security priority more

IBM's Way to the Cloud Is Through the Channel

With its greater emphasis on cloud and mobile computing, IBM has transformed its channel strategy by announcing One Channel Team, an effort that brings all of Big Blue's channel support under one unit. IBM announced the move at more

Oracle Continues to Grow Hardware Business 5 Years After Sun Deal

It was five years ago that Oracle finally closed its controversial $7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems. Among all the talk about Solaris, MySQL and Java, the future of Sun's hardware business was more

iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Mini 3: Should You Pick a Phablet or a Tablet?

When Apple announced its fourth-quarter earnings in January, the company revealed that iPad sales were down compared with the previous year. While Apple didn't spend much time focusing on that, market more

13 IBM Services That Simplify the Building of Cognitive Watson Apps

Earlier this month, IBM announced a number of new beta services for its Watson Developer Cloud, bringing the total number of such services to 13. With the beta services, IBM is placing the power of more

Google Cardboard Lets Smartphone Users Experience Virtual Reality

If you have a modern Android or Apple iOS smartphone and an extra-large pizza box, you can build yourself a virtual reality viewer that can bring a world of new experiences to you and your smartphone. That' more
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