• 11 Ways IT Professionals Can Make Sense of IoT Data

    11 Ways IT Professionals Can Make Sense of IoT Data

    8 billion connected "things" will be in use worldwide by 2020.Unlike some other technologies, IoT tends to have a multidimensional effect which not all companies are equipped to handle.
  • 8 Productivity Tools Road Warriors Need

    8 Productivity Tools Road Warriors Need

    Life on the road means freedom and travel, but also the need for a solid arsenal of apps, power packs, mobile hotspots and other items to keep you productive.This is why we've included portable external chargers for both notebooks and smaller mobile devices in our roundup.
  • Apple's iPhone 7 Event Live Chat! 🔥🔥🔥

    Apple's iPhone 7 Event Live Chat! 🔥🔥🔥

    Well, some antenna lines appear to have moved, according to leaks on leaks, so we can probably call it the iPhone 7.I’d sit here and tell you what else to expect (Maybe a new Apple Watch and some Android features?
  • SNL Tackles 'Stranger Things' Mystery

    SNL Tackles 'Stranger Things' Mystery

    So Saturday Night Live has turned to another cultural phenomenon gripping the nation: Stranger Things.The Netflix original series follows three kids, one "weirdo," and their family and friends on a quest to find a missing boy and defeat the terrifying forces that took him.
  • Cyanogen to Make New Modular Mobile Operating System

    Cyanogen to Make New Modular Mobile Operating System

    After laying off 20 percent of its workforce in July, Cyanogen today announced a reboot for its modular operating system, an alternative to Google's Android.Instead of building a completely new OS, Cyanogen will work with device manufacturers to customize their devices' features while still relying on Android as the core OS.
  • 27 Open Source DevOps Tools In 7 Easy Bites

    27 Open Source DevOps Tools In 7 Easy Bites

    I recently wrote an article featuring 25 DevOps vendors worth watching.However, in the world of DevOps, there are an awful lot of good tools that don't really have a vendor attached, and I thought it was time to give the open source tools their due.
  • 27 Open Source DevOps Tools In 7 Easy Bites

    27 Open Source DevOps Tools In 7 Easy Bites

    I recently wrote an article featuring 25 DevOps vendors worth watching.However, in the world of DevOps, there are an awful lot of good tools that don't really have a vendor attached, and I thought it was time to give the open source tools their due.
  • 13 Secret Gestures Hidden Inside Your Favorite Android Apps

    13 Secret Gestures Hidden Inside Your Favorite Android Apps

    While the look and functionality of the OS varies, the user experience within apps can be reassuringly coherent.) Here we present some cool little gestures in common apps that you may not know about.
  • 9 Reasons DevOps Is a Dirty Word

    9 Reasons DevOps Is a Dirty Word

    Here are nine reasons DevOps might not be right for you and your organization.When you can slap someone with a challenge to both of those in one word, then you're setting up a barbed-wire cage match.
  • 9 Reasons DevOps Is a Dirty Word

    9 Reasons DevOps Is a Dirty Word

    Here are nine reasons DevOps might not be right for you and your organization.When you can slap someone with a challenge to both of those in one word, then you're setting up a barbed-wire cage match.
  • 15 Secret Gestures Hidden Inside Your Favorite Android Apps

    15 Secret Gestures Hidden Inside Your Favorite Android Apps

    You see, Android is—for lack of a better term—a friggin' mess.) Here we present some cool little gestures in common apps that you may not know about.
  • 10 Strategic Tech Trends For 2017: Gartner

    10 Strategic Tech Trends For 2017: Gartner

    Thousands of IT and business executives gathered in Orlando last week for this year's Gartner Symposium ITxpo.These are the big, broad trends Gartner thinks executives should keep in mind as they're making plans and building business strategies for the coming years.
  • 10 Strategic Tech Trends For 2017: Gartner

    10 Strategic Tech Trends For 2017: Gartner

    Thousands of IT and business executives gathered in Orlando last week for this year's Gartner Symposium ITxpo.These are the big, broad trends Gartner thinks executives should keep in mind as they're making plans and building business strategies for the coming years.
  • Get Smart With Stacey: What to Consider When Building a Connected Home

    Get Smart With Stacey: What to Consider When Building a Connected Home

    The smart home is gaining ground, but it's still a muddle of confusing standards, competing platforms, and gadgets that don't do what you might expect.If you have smart home questions you'd like me to answer, send an email to [email protected]
  • Zuckerberg's AI Butler Is a Nirvana Fan

    Zuckerberg's AI Butler Is a Nirvana Fan

    Mainstream personal assistants like Amazon's Alexa apparently aren't good enough for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who has spent part of the last year building his own custom robot butler.In a post on Facebook on Monday, he shared the preliminary results of his approximately 100 hours of coding: a real-life Jarvis that uses artificial intelligence to do everything from controlling living room lights to entertaining Zuckerberg's baby daughter, Max.
  • Best Buy Tips Last-Minute Holiday Deals

    Best Buy Tips Last-Minute Holiday Deals

    No sweat: Best Buy still has some deals on presents for the techies in your life.The big box retailer is offering "Black Friday-like deals" on Apple and GoPro gadgets in stores and online now through Dec.
  • The Smartest Connected Home Products of CES 2017

    The Smartest Connected Home Products of CES 2017

    But a smart home isn't really a smart home without your fair share of intelligent, and sometimes wacky, appliances, gadgets, and even mattresses.And let's not forget cool gadgets for our furry friends.
  • Are smartphones killing the art of face-to-face conversation? We ask the experts

    Are smartphones killing the art of face-to-face conversation? We ask the experts

    Because they offer a convenient alternative to face-to-face conversations, and at times they butt into our chats directly, there’s a growing realization that they may be killing the art of conversation.“Every conversation we get a little bit better at reading people, at striking up a conversation, and at maintaining a conversation,” says Roberts.
  • Data & Analytics: Solve Your Top Challenges at Interop ITX

    Data & Analytics: Solve Your Top Challenges at Interop ITX

    Looking to solve your data & analytics challenges?There are plenty of reasons IT professionals attend Interop ITX every year.