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My year with the Apple Watch: Good-looking tech, still flawed

Columnist Michael deAgonia wears his Apple Watch every day. It reminds him of meetings, cuts down on digital clutter, delivers notifications to his wrist -- and drives him crazy when he's working out.


How the smartphone is being reinvented (in 7 cases)

Smartphones are reaching the limits of innovation. Now they're being transformed by their cases.

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15 ways to not get fired from your dream job

You’ve got your dream job, now how do you keep it? Columnist Rob Enderle shares 15 things you should know before you even start your new dream job in order to not get fired.


Which iPhone battery case should I get?

Which battery case should you get? Watch as we review Apple’s ergonomic Smart Battery Case, Mophie’s more affordable Juice Pack Reserve, and Kuke’s battery case with external storage options.

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Is the patient the cure to AI healthcare ills?

The expectations of big data and artificial intelligence disrupting the medical industry has been less then impressive to date. Why is that?

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Why even Google can't connect Cuba

Reports say Google intends to help wire Cuba and bring the island into the 21st century. But that's not going to happen.

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4 reasons mergers and acquisitions are doomed to fail

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that if executives would learn from mistakes rather than focus on blame when things go south, acquisitions might not always crash and burn.

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Apple's healthy CareKit revolution

Apple's new CareKit developer framework allows developers and doctors to connect copious amounts of healthcare data -- and make sense of it all. The end result should be healthier patients.

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The best reason for never giving in to ransomware demands

There are many reasons not to pay ransom to regain access to your data. Let’s opt for the selfish one.

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A smart home that's really smart

Forget the smart gadgets. The ultimate home automation appliance is the house itself.

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All-metal and $299, Acer's Chromebook 14 targets IT pros

Acer this week announced a new Chromebook that shows just how much better these machines are getting.

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Toyota wants robots to do the driving for us

Toyota is not only looking to the future of cars, but to a future of robotic cars. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that Toyota is working on two models of autonomous vehicles so you can be safe when you are driving or when the computer...

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You have the power. Should you use it?

For decades, power has been accruing to employers at the expense of employees. But managers and companies that exploit this new imbalance need to consider the costs of doing so.


The Netflix neutrality farce

The company’s secret throttling of data rates undercuts the arguments it had made in supporting net neutrality

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How to handle a zero-day attack – from lawyers

We all know about zero-day attacks. But what about when the zero-day attack is in the form of a subpoena or other legal notice regarding the data in your CRM system? Don’t panic.

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What cloud computing means for your applications

Cloud computing is remaking the entire IT stack, from the foundation to the customer level. The application layer is no different.

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Don’t let embarrassment about a data breach cost you even more

Cyberthieves prey on human nature for even more profit.

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Lifelogging is dead (for now)

A funny thing happened on the road to capturing everything: Hardware failed to keep up, and social media made it redundant.

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