Thursday, 21 July 2016

From the iPhone to the Microsoft Surface: The tech powered by ARM

Top tech stories now available. See what’s trending today.
Subscription | Read Online Twitter Facebook Google+

From the iPhone to the Microsoft Surface: Tech powered by ARM

New at TechRepublic

Google uses DeepMind AI to reduce energy use at data centers and save money

Maxthon browser is a wolf in sheep's clothing

10 TB in a 1 cm space: Will chlorine atoms redefine storage?

Windows 10: The smart person's guide

​Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 as a subscription service--but only for certain enterprises

7 tools to help your company get started with big data

6 lessons your organization can learn from Google's help systems

How to manage a departmental budget: a guide for beginners

Take our latest survey

What are your IT budget plans for 2017?

Will your company spend more or less on IT next year? What big projects are on your organization's tech agenda for 2017? Take Tech Pro Research's survey, and get a free copy of the report.

Featured multimedia

Gallery: 10 Chromebooks available now that will support the upcoming Google Play store update

Today's recommended downloads

VM-Series for AWS Hybrid Cloud Deployment Guidelines

(Palo Alto Networks)

Hybrid Cloud: Key to Evolving Business


Controlling the Uncontrollable


Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems


Aragon: Globe for Web and Video Conferencing 2015

(Cisco Systems)

A special feature from TechRepublic and ZDNet

Securing Your Mobile Enterprise

Mobile devices continue their march toward becoming powerful productivity machines. But they are also major security risks if they aren't managed properly. We look at the latest wisdom and best practices for securing the mobile workforce.

TechRepublic newsletters

Get product reviews, tech news analysis, tips, and more in the following TechRepublic newsletters. Click the newsletter title below to subscribe.


Election Tech 2016


TechRepublic Cover Stories

Connect with TechRepublic

Visit the Subscription Center to get other free newsletters, manage your account settings or to be removed from TechRepublic communications.

The e-mail address for your subscription is

Unsubscribe | Send Feedback | FAQ | Advertise | Privacy Policy

© 2016 CBS Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.

TechRepublic is a registered service mark of CBS Interactive, Inc.


235 Second Street

San Francisco, CA 94105


No comments:

Post a Comment