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iPhone 6 Plus: Just in time for some very cool Halloween costumes
DigitalDudz outdoes itself with these easy techie Halloween costumes, even ones that incorporate the iPhone 6 Plus Read More

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Strategies for Gaining Control and Securing Mobility
We are in the midst of a mobile revolution. Numbers of mobile devices are growing with some experts predicting that employees will be carrying three or more devices. Growth is not limited to just devices. As the number of enterprise apps rapidly expands, "an app for everything" is a slogan few would question. Learn More

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Application Performance Management for Dummies
Application performance management helps deliver the application performance users and the business demand. Effectively monitoring and troubleshooting application performance issues requires a comprehensive solution. View now>>

10 creepy mobile apps that make spying easier
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Review: Surface Pro 3 isn't really what enterprises want in a laptop
There are a lot of good things to say about Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 tablet. It’s lightweight. It’s got a big, crisp display. It supports any app Windows 7 does plus all the ones designed just for Windows 8.1. It’s got a pen that’s nicely integrated with Office apps. Microsoft says it’s the tablet that can replace your laptop, and that’s true, although it has some physical shortcomings that laptops don’t. For example, it requires a kickstand to prop it up when it’s in laptop mode, which introduces some problems of its own. + Also on Network World: Surface Pro 3: A great business desktop and a pretty good laptop, too |10 things you need to know about Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 +To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

HTC wants you to edit videos and take better selfies
Yesterday, HTC announced an automated video editor called Zoe that fits somewhere between Instagram’s Hyperlapse, which processes videos into short time-lapsed video, and Google Auto Awesome Stories, which automatically selects and creates a scrapbook from images uploaded to Google Plus. Zoe is available for Android on Google Play and will be available for iOS on the Apple App Store later this year.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

Passpoint Wi-Fi system makes it even easier to roam between hotspots
Jumping from one Wi-Fi hotspot to the next will be easier, thanks to an expansion of the Wi-Fi Alliance's Passpoint program to streamline the formation of new accounts. Read More

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'Free' Wi-Fi for first born? … Well, about that
The press is having a field day with a report that a half-dozen Londoners unwittingly agreed to give up their first-born child in exchange for otherwise free Wi-Fi access. Read More

12 tips to tune your Wi-Fi network
More and more people are looking for Wi-Fi connectivity, especially at public venues -- on their laptops, smartphones and tablets -- to help conserve cellular data usage. Read More

BlackBerry Passport productivity tips, tricks and keyboard shortcuts
BlackBerry's new Passport smartphone is packed with valuable productivity features. Here's a list, directly from BlackBerry, of more than 30 tips, tricks and keyboard shortcuts to help you get the most out of your new Passport. Read More

How will iPhone 6's Wi-Fi calling, VoLTE affect enterprise networks?
Wi-Fi calling and VoLTE might eventually change the way voice calls are handled in the enterprise. Read More

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Solve Mobile Conflicts between IT and Users
Effective mobile security does not have to be a battlefield between IT and users. Join this Webcast to hear how to strike a balance between users' mobile desires and IT's need for control Learn More.

Apple sends out invites for Oct 16 special event
Apple next week is likely to announce a slew of new hardware Read More

Open source and free software graveyard, 2014
We've tossed in a couple of freeware offerings that are no more as well Read More

Phablet vs. mini-tablet: The big choice between two smallish devices
As phones grow and tablets shrink, they're merging in form, but not always in function. We size up the key specs and differences you should care about. Read More

Sprint's long, rocky WiMax journey will end next Nov. 6
The system, once on the cutting edge, gave way to LTE Read More

The Onion's 9 best bits about Microsoft
Poking fun at the software giant and founder Bill Gates since 1996 Read More


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