Blame the iPad for the crash in tablet sales

Blame the iPad for the crash in tablet sales

The iPad is not new any more, and tablets are so good that you don't need a new one -- but it doesn't mean PCs are back

Sneaky broadband data caps imperil the Internet's future

A GAO report warns that ISPs' move to usage-based pricing could have a chilling effect on online innovation...  more

Black Hat 2014: How to crack just about everything

From cell phones and cars to IPv6, security researchers have turned their skills against a world of technology... more

The EPA doesn't know what clouds it has -- and neither do you

A federal audit shows what's probably true at most enterprises: Cloud services are hiding in the shadows of IT... more

Microsoft Office 365 vs. Google Apps: The ultimate guide

Download this handy PDF to learn all the ins and outs of the two major cloud productivity suites and decide which option is best for you... more

How to get started with GitHub

GitHub has been called the 'social network for programmers.' Here's how to get started on the popular site for sharing and hosting code... more

PHP gets its own formal language specification

PHP scripting language, a critical cog in Web development, codifies its semantics and syntax to minimize divergence... more

Download the Enterprise Storage Digital Spotlight

A slew of exciting new technologies and architectures are shaking up the storage landscape... more

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Tech's Bottom Line by Bill Snyder

The myth of slower iPhones and the truth of our upgrade addiction

Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft don't build shoddy... more

Strategic Developer by Andrew Oliver

Gartner gets the 'data lake' concept all wrong

For $200, Gartner tells you 'data lakes' are bad and advises you to try real hard, plan far in... more

Enterprise Windows by J. Peter Bruzzese

Microsoft gets smart to the 'dual user' -- and to reality

CEO Satya Nadella gets how the world has changed... more

Off The Record by Anonymous

Company Casanova leaves trail of broken hearts, busted servers

The office Lothario is the most popular person in... more

Open Sources by Simon Phipps

SAP embraces opens source -- sort of

Years of slow change are finally leading to new openness at SAP, at least in connection with SAP... more

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