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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
Remote desktop apps let you access your PC from afar, and the iPad 2012's features make it the most remote-desktop-capable tablet yet.
What would a privacy Richter scale look like? See if these criteria make sense for you
Few tech company names ever become common English terms. No one ever asks you to "Microsoft" a document or "Apple" a video.
Should children have iPads? I don't think so.
Last year we all got excited about mobile-computing products that failed to deliver
One designer dreamed up an idea for a smartphone built with the visually impaired in mind
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
When Tim Cook and Ray Ozzie say post-PC, what do they mean?
The case for the pen has been further damaged by some notoriously poor handwriting recognition
Payment technology took this year's Mobile World Congress by storm, but is it a game-changer?
If you're a collector, visual thinker, or retail business, the answer is yes
A new study shows social media privacy awareness is growing, but women are still more cautious
Over 100 workers have been hospitalised in China for cleaning iPhone screens with a hazardous solvent