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- Even as he heads to the door, Ballmer is changing how Microsoft will run for years to come.
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- It used to be easy to run Linux on any PC. That changed with Windows 8 and Secure Boot, but it's still doable. Here's how...
17 weeks 3 days ago
- The NSA doesn't have to intercept and read all your messages to know what you're doing -- and neither do many Internet businesses.
19 weeks 3 days ago
- Some people are deeply upset about the latest incursions into our privacy. But as a society, we don't seem to care all that much.
23 weeks 13 hours ago
- Some people are having fits about Google Glass. True, it will change how we think about privacy in public places, but such rethinking started years ago.
29 weeks 16 hours ago
- Get this: The CIA sees the cloud as being more secure than conventional IT.
33 weeks 16 hours ago
- Not every job is suitable for telecommuting. But for those that are, there are multiple benefits.
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- Microsoft needs to make up its mind whether it wants to stay a software company or if it's really serious about being a hardware power as well.
40 weeks 6 days ago
- We're heading to a new era of platform lock-in that extends to vendors' Internet services.
47 weeks 15 hours ago
- We seem to have entered an age of computing that I didn't see coming: the age of the terrible user interface. Windows 8 is leading the charge with not one, but two awful interfaces.
1 year 6 days ago
- I'm 56. I'm not a grandfather -- not yet anyway -- but I'm old enough to be one. I first used the Internet in the '70s. My first programming language was IBM 360 Assembler. My first operating system was the IBM mainframe's OS/360.
1 year 4 weeks ago
- It's been reported -- and Intel isn't denying it -- that Intel CEO Paul Otellini told his Taiwanese staff that Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system is being released before it's fully ready.
1 year 8 weeks ago
- Got a book in Amazon's AZW format and want to read it on your Barnes & Noble Nook? There's an app for that.
1 year 11 weeks ago
- Want to copy videos to your media server? With HandBrake, it's surprisingly easy.
1 year 14 weeks ago
- Do you remember April 2010? That was when the tablet market sprang to life.
1 year 16 weeks ago
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1 year 18 weeks ago
- Some people love the movement known as bring your own device (BYOD). Some even insist that it's their right to bring their iPhones,
1 year 21 weeks ago
- There are all kinds of Linux servers. The most complicated of these require you to be a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE).
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- Trying to chose between Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, and a host of other competitors? Whatever your size, there's a distribution that fits.
1 year 38 weeks ago
- Linux desktop users have always had a, shall we say, difficult relationship with Skype even before Microsoft bought it, so there's always been plenty of Linux VoIP alternatives. Here are 5 free, as in "free beer," programs that are worth a closer look.
2 years 29 weeks ago
- You're ready to go with just buying a new 802.11n AP right? Not so fast tiger. While it's true that 802.11n can leave 802.11g at the starting line and even leave some older Ethernet routers eating its dust, it's still all too possible to set it up so that you can't get all the speed out of 802.11n you paid for. Here's how 802.11n works, and considerations before you buy.
3 years 38 weeks ago
- Up-to-date computers now include external ports that, in theory, can handle data at rates of up to 5 Gigabits per second. But which is better, USB 3.0 or eSATA?
3 years 40 weeks ago
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