Microsoft brings new HoloLens demo to Windows 10 event, announces dev kits

Personally I think AR is going to trump VR in the long run, so I'm always excited to learn more about HoloLens.

What to expect if you choose to test the New Xbox One Experience beta

Up to this point Microsoft's Xbox One Preview Program has delivered fairly polished content. That has changed with the New Xbox One Experience beta.


Why Apple News is a threat to society

The Walled Garden is moving forward to take control of news.

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The cloud of the people: How buying power shifted from vendor to customer

With the advent of digital technology, commerce has quickly transformed the power of the consumer. Tomorrow's cloud will need to be built upon the beneficial cloud infrastructures of today, but it will need to embrace new approaches...

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The joy of non-smoking breaks

Short breaks during the day can improve your mood and productivity. Maybe you should consider taking some non-smoking breaks.

Verizon's ad-supported Go90 mobile video service launches

This feels like a service designed for young people by old people.

Nvidia GRID game streaming service exits beta, rebranded as GeForce Now

It's available for Shield owners starting today for $7.99/month and there's a 3 month trial to whet your appetite.

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Microsoft ends patent disputes with Google

Can we safely assume that this, indeed, is a new Microsoft?

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ITworld cartoons 2015: The year in geek humor (so far)

Each week, ITworld's Phil Johnson pokes fun at the tech world's top news and newsmakers

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Google announces improved Chromecast 2.0, new Chromecast Audio

New hardware, same low price of $35. What's not to love?

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Super Blood Moons are better without devices [CARTOON]

Believe it or not, some people actually enjoyed the recent lunar eclipse without a smartphone in hand.

Cardinal rules of system administration

18 cardinal rules of systems administration

Holding yourself to this set of rules will help to keep your systems running smoothly and your users happy.


The challenges of mobilizing medical records

Officials from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Penn Medicine Information Services talk with Computerworld about how they were able to mobilize medical records for the hospital's doctors and staff.


XcodeGhost: Was Apple negligent?

Apple should never stop improving its vetting process, but some things are clearly the responsibility of the developers.

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Where are all the good Web developers?

If you’re having trouble finding them, ask yourself: Am I a bad client, or am I looking in the wrong place?

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10 tried and true methods for breaking coder’s block

When veteran software developers have trouble writing code, they often turn to one (or more) of these sure-fire solutions to get it flowing again.

Twitch.tv fires back at YouTube Gaming

Last weekend at TwitchCon Twitch.tv announced new apps for Playstation consoles, a system that allows uploading of clips, and the eventual abolishment of Flash!


Allstate delivers data in near real-time directly to a driver’s smartphone

With Allstate's Drivewise Mobile app, users can check their smartphones when they arrive at their destination and get feedback on their recent driving performance.

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The art of a successful tech company turnaround

More often than not turnarounds are done badly. Here's a peek into the process behind a turnaround success story.

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