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Don't be fooled by the company's rocky 2013. There are strong signs that it has turned the corner.
Rumors about Apple building a very large iPad have been unavoidable for seven months. But does a giant iPad make sense?
Getting Windows Phone 8 Update 3, and eventually Windows Phone 8.1, on phablets is one thing, but getting a foothold in the low-end tablet market is a bigger opportunity.
Mike Elgan traveled over three continents in the past 18 months and has these tips for staying connected, keeping powered up and protecting your valuable gadgets from theft.
Phablets (phones + tablets) need wearable devices to make them powerful and mainstream, as well as acceptable in business. Here's one company that understands this.
A lot more innovation is desperately needed for mobile hardware design and platforms. Are Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft up to the task?
Digital nomad Mike Elgan returns to the U.S. after 10 months of travel and shares these tips for working and living abroad.
Microsoft needs to make up its mind whether it wants to stay a software company or if it's really serious about being a hardware power as well.
Textbooks aren't available for e-readers, and the children's literature that is available generally can't be searched by reading level.
Microsoft delivers an ultrabook in the sleek guise of a tablet.
Computerworld reporters and bloggers bring you full coverage of CES 2013.
Microsoft's Surface RT tablet goes on sale on Friday, starting at $499 for a 32GB model. It seems to be a rough-and-tumble device.
Acer's CEO tells Microsoft to 'think twice' about building tablets because it's "not something you are good at." Columnist Mike Elgan says the CEO should think twice about his statement, because he is wrong.
A new tablet is announced every day, it seems. To keep you up to date, our sortable table gathers key info about the latest devices, including screen size, OS, price, ship date, connectivity options and more.
Forward-thinking tech execs are learning how to stop worrying and love the gadget, lest their business units attempt an end-run around IT.
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Apple's new iPad arrived Friday and, given the popularity of early sales, will be showing up this week at an office near you.
As more and more iPads, iPhones and Android devices show up in the workplace -- the 'bring your own device' trend writ large -- IT shops have to figure out how to manage and secure them all. Columnist Ryan Faas has some advice.
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