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  • How to Avoid Online Scams When Selling Your Old iPhone or iPad

    A lot of people right now are selling their old iPhones and iPad minis to trade up to the supersized iPhone 6 models. Unfortunately, I suspect some of them are being scammed out of their devices -- I nearly was.

    Written by James A. Martin12 Sept. 14 23:37
  • How-to: Get started with Amazon EC2

    Amazon cloud skills are in high demand. This easy, step-by-step guide will help start you on your path to cloud mastery

    Written by Sean Hull24 Oct. 12 10:15
  • Copy Kindle notes and bookmarks to your PC

    If you're a Kindle owner, you've probably discovered the device's enviable ability to bookmark pages, highlight passages, and add notes (a.k.a. annotations).

    Written by Rick Broida17 Aug. 10 06:12
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  • Microsoft wins battle for Boeing in war with AWS

    Boeing chose the Azure cloud platform because Microsoft agreed to collaborate on analytics software intended to help improve operational efficiency in the narrow margin aviation sector.

    Written by Clint Boulton03 Aug. 16 00:00
  • Amazon targets compliance-driven markets

    Amazon Web Services EC2 Dedicated Hosts are designed to give you an on-premises experience in the cloud – for good or bad.

    Written by Andy Patrizio03 March 16 23:47
  • Is BYOK the key to secure cloud computing?

    Amazon, Adobe and Microsoft offer it but how realistic is it to “bring your own keys?” Do you want your business to have the burden of managing and securing your own cloud encryption keys?

    Written by Mary Branscombe28 Sept. 15 14:43
  • How the tech industry is greening its data centers

    The desire to be masters of their own energy domains has helped fast-track a growing community of self-generating – and increasingly green – data center power consumers.

    Written by Jen A. Miller19 Aug. 15 16:27
  • Silicon Valley's 'pressure cooker': Thrive or get out

    People working in Silicon Valley may cry at their desks and may be expected to respond to emails in the middle of the night, but that's the price to work for some of the most successful and innovative tech companies in the world, according to industry analysts.

    Written by Sharon Gaudin18 Aug. 15 23:34

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