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Microsoft unleashes its Office suite for Apple's iPad

Linux is everywhere, if you look for it. Open-source crock-pot, anyone?

The smartphone is the new computer, and wireless peripherals are popping up everywhere from your kitchen and your car to sports equipment and even dog collars.

In honor of Twitter's 8th birthday, relive the first time some of the best-known names in technology tried tweeting.

These apps will help you work with files of all types -- as well as back them up and keep them secure.

From switching frameworks to turning 23 years old, developers suffer mightily in hopes of the momentary rush that comes from a beautiful algorithm in a few lines of code

With the right apps, cases and add-ons, your smartphone can tackle a wide and wacky range of tasks.

3D printed fashion not only allows designers to digitally customize creations, but lets customers choose preferences through computer-aided design (CAD) files.

No-code and low-code mobile programming tools give business users and developers a fast track to mobile app success

Here are 20 of the most notorious known break-ins over the past decade.

Just as no person is indispensable, no role in IT is recession-proof. However, with a little forethought, some planning and the desire to learn, you can find an IT role that promises a bright future.