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All About the Enterprise-Friendly Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet

Rugged laptops and handheld computers have long been popular in the enterprise, but now Dell has announced a tablet that the company says can offer the same kind of protection against the elements and rough more

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 to Hit Becalmed Tablet Market in August

Samsung on July 20 announced its latest flagship slate, called the Galaxy Tab S2. The tablet is designed to replace its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S, and comes in two versions—one featuring an 8-inch more

How Cyber-Attacks Continue to Evolve, Despite Upgraded Security

With the growing list of companies, people and even nations suffering the loss of private, confidential and valuable information, it's plain that cyber-attacks continue to evolve in nature and severity. The more

Apple Music vs. Spotify: Which Streaming Service Should You Pick?

Apple has decided it's time to take the fight to Spotify with the launch of its new streaming service, Apple Music. The platform, which includes curated playlists as well as a live radio station, is the more

Oracle Offers Preview of Solaris 11.3 Unix OS Features

Although Oracle has its own Linux operating system, it continues to push forward on its Solaris Unix OS. Oracle recently rolled out a beta preview release of the next-generation Solaris 11.3, which builds on more

How Apple's New iPod Touch Seeks to Revitalize Music Player Business

At long last, Apple unveiled a new version of its iPod Touch. In typical fashion, Apple called its latest device "the best iPod Touch yet," saying that it comes with high-end features and components that more

IBM's Watson Services Power the Cognitive Computing Era

Since IBM opened Watson to the world via the Watson Developer Cloud, tens of thousands of enterprising tech enthusiasts have begun creating apps that are powering the cognitive computing era. IBM has made several more

How Kinect Is Branching Out From Its Video Game Roots

The dearth of Kinect news from this year's E3 conference in June, the video game industry's premiere event, raised eyebrows among technology watchers. Was Microsoft throwing in the towel? The motion-sensing more

10 Things Nokia Must Consider Before Getting Back Into Smartphones

It's been nearly a year since Microsoft bought Nokia's devices business, and the Finnish company has since been trying to rebuild itself around its telecommunications infrastructure, online mapping, more

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Smartphone: Lots of Features for the Price

Samsung's midrange Galaxy Grand Prime 4G LTE smartphone, priced at $29.99 with a two-year contract after a $50 rebate or at $240 without a contract, is now available to Sprint customers seeking a more
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