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How the new Samsung Galaxy S III stacks up against its competitors from Apple, HTC, Nokia, and Google
Did you know that your office printer could cause some major security headaches? Here's what the threats are
Cloud storage service from Google will change how we use the internet, analyst says
Instagram users unsure about a Facebook future have plenty of options, especially on the iOS platform
Flame wars, leakage, nasty Polish texting - six more tales of dirty duty in IT
Market Samurai is a suite of tools for finding search terms worth ranking for
Seeing a lot of dingy, scratched-up photos in your social-network feeds? You can blame the Instagram app.
Many presenters at the annual Where conference aren't looking for profits
If Amazon's tablet is so popular, why is it only available in the United States?
More than 1,000 landmarks across the world are available to check out in detailed imagery
Are you risking users' privacy and network security through the ads in your app?
Right now, social networking sites are a critical factor in deciding what's influential in search
Remote working requires backing from a range of business departments, and not just IT
Parties with strong opinions are weighing in on the controversial Cyber Information and Security Protection Act
It's all about the small things - geo-tagged photos enabled the FBI to catch an elite hacker
The 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor family reduces power use without sacrificing performance
Why the usual browser benchmarks are useless
Ever wondered where modern-day robots originated? Check out this list of some of the most significant robots created
So says an Iolo Labs study, which finds Sleep mode smarter than leaving a PC running all night. But what about Hibernate?
They don't pay enough, campaigners say. They have a point.
The practice of asking for employee social media passwords appears to be rare, and hopefully will remain so
How many of these now-historic sounds do you remember?
In a post-Blackberry world, Apple's new offerings will affect companies of all shapes and sizes
The demise of the printed Encyclopedia Britannica is a sign of the times
The iPad may be a blockbuster hit, but that won't stop Android-based slates from leading the market within three years, according to IDC