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10 Non-Apple Accessories to Get For Your iOS, Mac Products

While Apple makes everything from displays to keyboards to cable adapters, it's been criticized for overcharging customers on its accessories. For example, $29 for a simple connector does seem a bit steep. As a more

10 Ways Administrators Can Harden Active Directory Security

Active Directory is a data directory service using passwords that Microsoft developed decades ago for Windows domain networks. It is included in most Windows Server operating systems as a set of processes and more

GNOME 3.20 Provides Shortcuts to the Linux Desktop

GNOME 3.20 is the first major update to the GNOME desktop environment in 2016, officially becoming generally available on March 23—and since that date it has been slowly trickling into the repositories of more

Why the 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Works as a MacBook Air Replacement

As a longtime Apple device user, I was immediately intrigued when the company introduced the iPad Pro in 2015. The tablet's high-powered A9X processor, coupled with its Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, made me more

How Once Cutting-Edge Tech Evolved Into 'Digital 'Dinosaurs'

Dinosaurs ruled the earth 65 million years ago—until meteorites or volcanic eruptions brought environmental changes that ultimately wiped them out. Today, disruptive applications, devices and more

Acer's Chromebook 14 Features Bigger Display, All-Day Battery Power

The Chromebook 14, Acer's latest Chromebook, is its largest model to date, with a 14-inch screen size that's about 20 percent larger than the displays on its 11-inch models. The Chromebook 14 not only more

How the iPhone SE Measures Up to Its Earlier iPhone 5S Predecessor

Apple's iPhone SE, which comes with a 4-inch screen and runs on the A9 processor, will hit store shelves starting March 31. The smartphone's design is strikingly similar to the handset it's replacing, the more

Nine App Development Trends That Are Defining the State of Mobility

The state of mobility, generally speaking, is awfully healthy. As many new companies get started and plunge into their markets, they're looking at a "mobile-first" IT strategy that at times sets up a more

Should You Buy an Oculus Rift VR Headset: 10 Factors to Consider

The long-awaited Oculus Rift has finally arrived to considerable market hoopla. The virtual-reality headset, which was developed by Oculus VR in part with $2.4 million from a Kickstarter fundraising campaign more

Infection Data Shows Rise in Mobile Malware Development

There are a number of truisms when it comes to IT security statistics, one of them being that, quarter after quarter, the volume of malware continues to grow. New data from Intel Security's March 2016 McAfee Labs more
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