July 15 is the birthday of Nintendo’s Famicom, the company’s first gaming system that actually predates the famed NES by about two years. As a tribute, reflect on these life lessons learned while playing video games for hours on end.
The days seeing a BlackBerry in the hands of every businessman and woman have come and gone, but does the birth of the BlackBerry 10 mean a comeback? We examine the new features associated with the latest BlackBerry series and whether these innovations are enough to bring the BlackBerry back into corporate dominance.
It’s no secret a lot of IT pros love video games. And gaming isn’t something that only has to take place at home after a hard day’s work. These 12 games should keep you sufficiently occupied no matter what boring task you’re dealing with.
The HP Moonshot Server is here delivering the first software-defined network server, capable of storing a high number of servers with fewer complications along the way. One of the downsides is that it is limited in the types of environments it supports, but what does this new server mean for the future of software-defined networking?
With enhanced security features, Active Directory support, smart card multi-factor authentication and other new features, the latest phone from Samsung shows the company is taking businesses seriously while still appealing to customers.
A new OS has hit the scene. We discuss the potential for Ubuntu and how it could potentially shake up the competition with its late 2013 release.
Google announced Google Reader is going away July 1. The news was met with a collective gasp on social networks, and there’s already a petition for Google to reverse its decision. What apps can serve as a replacement? And what are the caveats?
There has certainly been a large amount of articles about the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement. It’s a shift that most employees seem to support, but it’s not always as well-received by management. Has a tipping point been crossed to make BYOD more widely viable?
What most people don’t know is 3D printing is actually already in existence, but waiting for the right innovations to come along and push it mainstream. We explore how it’s evolved and what the future holds for the technology.
When you think about 3D printing, the ability to produce objects without the use of tools, assembly lines, etc., it’s pretty mind-blowing. You’ll never believe these 18 items, from coffee mugs to castles, were made by hitting “print.”
If you want to be one of the first people to get your hands on Google Glass, you can enter Google’s social media contest, but it’s going to cost you.
While certain gadgets and technologies have transformed the ways we interact with the world, others have, well, flopped. What happened to these companies and why didn’t they have what it takes to make it big? We discuss some of the biggest flops in recent tech history.
A company has launched a campaign asking families to put down their devices for at least an hour per day, and the video promoting the challenge is an entertaining reminder that it might be time to at least cut back.
The new Z10 and Q10 are considered to be BlackBerry’s last shot at competing in the smartphone market. Rather than creating a copycat iPhone, the company wisely introduced some new features, but are they enough to make the devices appealing to company IT departments again?
Potty training with the iPad? A coat that hugs you? A fork that tells you to stop stuffing your face? Learn more about these and eight other products too tech for their own good.
Our mobility expert answers questions about accessing Windows apps from the iPad, wiping an iPad that isn’t connected to the LAN, connecting an iPad to the enterprise from outside, and more!
As 2013 approaches, it’s time to think of your new year’s resolutions. No matter what you vow to work on in the new year, you’re not alone. There are apps to help you!
We look at Firefox OS’ new features and benefits, what sets it apart from Android and iOS, and if there opportunities for mobile app developers.
Internet TVs are growing in popularity and while it may seem highly innovative to have apps on your TV are you protected? In this article we discuss the growing risk of hackers attacking internet connected TVs and what you can do to protect yourself from being a victim.
If you’re still looking for that perfect gift idea for IT professionals and tech geeks, we’ve got you covered.