A new report published by International Data Corporation (IDC) earlier this week suggests that by 2015 tablets will outsell portable PCs like laptops and the newer ultrabooks.
Yahoo has gone through a seemingly hazard-leaden obstacle course in the last few years, as competitors like Google and Facebook have jumped to the forefront of the Web and technology industry. When Marissa Mayer, a former Googler herself, was named Yahoo's new CEO in July, it signified a shifting strategy for the once dominant internet giant.
The iPhone revolutionized the mobile phone industry. The iPad created a tablet market where essentially none had existed. Now, Apple is looking to revolutionize … footwear?
It's that time again when companies report their earnings from the previous fiscal quarter. Yesterday, we talked about Apple's media conference call and how the company has positioned the iPad for widespread use in the business world. Today, the topic is the iPhone and mobile carriers.
While the iPad was originally designed with consumers in mind, Apple has worked tirelessly since the first iteration was launched to flesh out its functionality in the business realm.
In reality, no consumer antivirus software solution will protect a computer from 100 percent of the malware slithering around the World Wide Web. And they certainly won't provide sufficient protection for the IT assets of small and midsize businesses (SMBs).
If there is one guaranteed constant in the tech world, it's that the rumor mill will never stop churning. Launch events for the latest iPhone iterations barely end before speculation about the next year's model begins.
The tech world is never left wanting for buzz words and phrases. Every year we have at least a few of them to focus our attention on. Last year it was primarily "cloud computing" and "BYOD" - short for bring-your-own-device programs.
Many executives still wrestle with the decision to adopt a formal BYOD policy and structure.
Imagine the IT training needed to successfully manage a space station the size of a small moon. That could be one of the many reasons why the White House has said that it will not build a Death Star a la "Star Wars," despite an online petition in favor of the endeavor.