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How I spent my Android vacation

Is the grass greener on the other side of the walled garden?

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Considering a hardware RAID? Here’s what you need to know

A hardware RAID can be pricey but it helps prevent data loss and improve performance.

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Rumor suggests the iPhone 7 will ditch the headphone jack

The next iPhone might drop the standard 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of Lightning-based headphones, according to a new rumor.

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Cortana for iOS beta arrives (but it isn't for everyone)

Only 2000 testers will be able to use the beta of Microsoft's virtual assistant for iOS. The rest of us will have to wait until the official public release.


A massive disconnect: Hang on to those smartphones

It's OK to use your smartphone this holiday season.


The week in Apple news: Apple buys Faceshift, CarPlay and Mitsubishi, Apple beats Pendrell, and more

Apple headlines for the week ending November 27, 2015.

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Tech to be thankful for

Jason Snell gives thanks for the tech that's improved his life this year.

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BrydgeMini review: Keyboard case for older iPad mini models

Looking for a premium keyboard for an iPad mini? Start your search with the BrydgeMini.

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Ask the iTunes Guy: Artist artwork, song scrubbing, and re-ripping CDs

You have questions about iTunes. Kirk McElhearn has answers.

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Computerworld's holiday gift guide 2015 (with video!)

From device chargers to action cams, smartphones to speakers, here's the best tech gear to give and get this holiday season.

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How Apple could fix the Mac App Store

A few simple changes—and one major change—could improve the Mac App Store experience for both developers and customers.


iPad Pro no: Apple’s latest is already proclaimed a failure

It's been out for two weeks and it hasn't changed everything!

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Upthere hands-on: Promising sync-free cloud storage for Mac, iPhone

Currently in public beta, Upthere is a sync-free cloud storage service for photos, videos, music, and just about anything else on OS X, iPhone, or Android.


A primer in Profile Manager: The setup

In part two of this Working Mac mini-series, it's time to set up your Mac server for the server software.


Life in the fast lane: What gigabit Internet makes better

An upgrade from a trickle to a flood has made your reporter feel like he's living partly in the future: The Internet can still be really slow, even with a fiber link.