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Valve VR headset?

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Half a dozen reasons why openSUSE is a great OS for your PC

Here are a few reasons I use openSUSE and why its one of the best choices in the GNU/Linux world.

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Digital religion and artificial wisdom

Will computers be getting religion as they attain their own intelligence? And if so, what will that mean for us humans?

Strange bedfellows: Vimeo makes a deal with Machinima

Vimeo sent gamers packing 7 years ago but now they seem to be coveting gamer culture, if not the games themselves.


Google is reportedly working on Chromebook Pixel 2

The next Chromebook Pixel may have the latest Intel chips.

I'm so frustrated with my cable TV provider!

I had a particularly bad TV weekend and it has me once again thinking about cutting the cord, but I'd really rather cable TV providers get their act together and start delivering a quality service.

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Linus Torvalds bumps Linux kernel to version 4.x

It's happening. Linux is getting a major version bump.

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Why you should forget your 'right to be forgotten'

An Orwellian court decision in the European Union forces search engine companies to alter history by deleting certain links. The ruling is a threat to your right to know specifics about the past and to the Internet itself.

Guy hungover on New Year's Day, asking Siri for a hangover cure.

ITworld cartoons 2015: The year in geek humor (so far)

Each week, ITworld's Phil Johnson pokes fun at the tech world's top news and newsmakers

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Apple is reportedly developing a new way to get our money [CARTOON]

Rumor has it Apple is working on an iCar, so get your bank account and front stoop ready.

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ABC News comes to the Xbox One

Sure the Xbox One is a great game machine but it's turning into a really capable media hub as well.

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Why the CIO will be the next CEO

In a world of pervasive technology and data gathering, the CIO is the leader uniquely positioned to drive innovation and transform operations.


Short-form video site Vessel starts rolling out exclusive content

You still need an invite to sign up for Jason Kilar's new venture Vessel, but already the service is locking down exclusive and early access content. In fact the first series, Alec Baldwin's Love Ride, is already available.

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Print your photos before the digital dark age is here, warns internet pioneer

A "father of the internet" cautions us to preserve our memories not in digital form


The 8 best desktop environments for Linux

Here are 8 of the best desktop environments, ranked in inverse order -- saving the best (according to me) for last.

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Is your IT team stuck at dysfunction junction?

When your team can’t seem to work together, you need to figure out how your actions might be contributing to the dysfunction.

Remember Microsoft's promise that a retail Xbox One can (eventually) be used as a dev kit? It's back!

Way back in summer of 2013 Microsoft said they roll out a patch that allowed anyone to develop Xbox One apps on a retail Xbox One. That patch never arrived, but now un-named sources say it's coming this spring.


ZRRO brings touch-controlled Android apps to your big-screen TV

ZRRO is trying something new in the Android micro-console space. They're skipping the gamepad and trying to convince Android developers to support traditional game controllers and instead, they're bringing touch controls to the TV.

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The death of the SLA

If you’re devoting effort on a contractual SLA, you’re not only wasting time, you’re focusing on the wrong thing. If there ever was a practical benefit to the SLA, it’s gone.

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