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Not long ago, bring your own device (BYOD) was a hot new trend, but now it's simply a reality of modern business. Find out why BYOD has...

4 Reasons Why BYOD Is No Longer An Optional Strategy


Bring your own device (BYOD) allows employees to utilize their own mobile devices for business. While this can be extremely convenient, it...

BYOD: A Necessity for Modern Business


When it comes to mobile computing, Android and iOS (and maybe BlackBerry) are the major players, right? Well, Android encompasses more than...

What Does a Fractured Android Mobile Device Market Mean?


If you've got aching wrists, stiff shoulders or are developing a hunchback, it's time to set up an ergonomic workstation. Here are some...

Beat Injuries With These 4 Computer Ergonomics Tips


Phone hacking is a widespread problem that is expected to grow with the increasing prevalence of smartphones. Fortunately, there are many...

Could Your Smartphone Be Hacked?


In 2011, cellphones were a factor in 23 percent of all collisions in the U.S., and texting presents the highest level of risk. This...

INFOGRAPHIC: Driving While 'Intexticated'


Bluetooth and Wi-Fi: Find out what separates these two wireless technologies.

What is the difference between Bluetooth and Wi-Fi?


Cell phone hacking has become a real concern with the widespread use of smartphones. Learn about how hackers get into your phone and what...

Common Methods Hackers Are Using To Crack Your Cellular Phone


Learn about the new version of Bluetooth, what devices can use the new standard, and potential new applications for the technology.

From Bluetooth to New Tooth: A Look at Bluetooth 4.0


Likely you've seen QR codes everywhere. Let's take a look at what these codes are, how they work and how they are used.