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Welcome Jack Wallen, TechRepublic's official Android Expert

techrepublic.com — Jack Wallen certainly isn't new to TechRepublic. In fact, he was one of the very first freelance writers for TechRepublic back in 1999. Jack was hired on as a full-time TechRepublic employee from 2000 until 2005, and with his knowledge and passion for open source technology, he helped build what was LinuxRepublic.com.

TechRepublic's 12 Apps of Christmas

techrepublic.com — TechRepublic's 12 Apps of Christmas About Sonja Thompson Sonja Thompson has worked for TechRepublic since October of 1999. She is currently a Senior Editor and the host of the Smartphones and Tablets blogs.

10 smartphone features that I'm pretty darn thankful for

techrepublic.com — It's Thanksgiving morning, and I have the day off, but my body's internal clock wouldn't let me sleep in, nor would my animals, whose bellies are quite used to their normal early morning feeding time.

10 nightmarish ways to end up phoneless

techrepublic.com — Earlier this year, we published an infographic by Protect Your Bubble that broke down smartphone incidents by gender and age group. Now, in the spirit of Halloween and all things spooky, we thought we'd take a look at some of the uncommon but true horror stories of smartphone damage, loss, or theft from real Protect Your Bubble claims. Here are 10 of the most nightmarish ways that users have ended up phoneless: 1.

Infographic: MDM is the zombie phone killer

techrepublic.com — This infographic shows how zombie phones, which impact organizations, can be killed with an MDM solution.

US3 Drive: A 3-in-1 multi-functional device

techrepublic.com — Take a look at US3 Device, a multi-functional device that works with both Android smartphones and Apple iPhones.

Poll: BlackBerry Enterprise Server for BYOD

techrepublic.com — TechRepublic and ZDNet have published quite a bit of information concerning BYOD in the enterprise. We've also covered news about BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), including the announcement of a multiplatform upgrade to BES that allows it to support and manage iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.

Infographic: How smartphone incidents occur

techrepublic.com — ProtectYourBubble created the following infographic, which was based on a customer survey of over 4,000 people in the United States. The results show how the majority of smartphone incidents occur for men and women of varying age groups. Do you see any surprises here? Share your thoughts in the discussion thread below.
Oct 21, 2014

CryptoWall: What it is and how to protect your systems tek.io/1tICwBd via @techrepublic

Oct 21, 2014

Keep up to date with all your tasks on Android with Todoist tek.io/1yeEV4O via @techrepublic

Oct 21, 2014

Yosemite's Spotlight sends searches back to Apple, but privacy is protected tek.io/1yez8wa via @techrepublic

Oct 20, 2014

Six been-around-the-block tips for working more efficiently in Excel tek.io/1wfVmxm via @techrepublic

Oct 20, 2014

With so many iPad SKUs, has Apple lost its focus? tek.io/1yaIFEf via @techrepublic

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