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From Clouds to Cars to Kitchens, Linux Making an Impact Everywhere

There's no operating system more ubiquitous than Linux. It's everywhere. It's even running in devices and computers you may not suspect—our cars, our cell phones, even our refrigerators. more

HP, Showing Off Printing Labs, Proves 2D Can Also Impress

Hewlett-Packard, on the cusp of entering the 3D printing market, has begun talking more about its ink-jet business. The effort is intended to remind, or make clear, its long history in the printing space and the more

Why Lumia Smartphones Will Make or Break Microsoft's Mobile Strategy

Microsoft has made clear that the future of its mobile division rests in the Lumia line it acquired from Nokia earlier this year for more than $7 billion. In several emails to employees, CEO Satya Nadella more

Why Apple Isn't Worried About iPad Sales Numbers

NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts seem surprised Apple's iPads didn't sell in the same high volume as iPhones, which likely shows they don't understand the tablet market.

Amazon Fire Phone With Firefly Is Quick and Cool, if a Little Flakey

AT&T will exclusively sell the Amazon Fire smartphone beginning July 25. The Fire is unlike anything else on the market. It runs Amazon's Fire OS, which is based on Android, but very much Amazon's more

Why DevOps Is Becoming a Pivotal Factor in New Data Centers

DevOps is a software development method that uses automation to focus on communication, collaboration and integration between software developers and IT operations specialists. The goal is to maximize the more

10 Important Things to Know About Enterprise Mobility

The mobile market is transforming the enterprise. Initially, many enterprises with mobility programs focused on supporting mainly BlackBerry devices with email and a handful of other apps, typically tightly controlled more

BYOD, Malware Among Top Issues Affecting IT Security

It's no secret that organizations worldwide face an ever-growing assortment of IT security threats—whether from outside the companies, like phishing incidents and malware attacks, or internal breaches resulting more

New Features Likely to Impress OS X Yosemite Pre-Beta Testers

Apple announced that its next Macintosh operating system, OS X Yosemite, will be available July 24 in its first public beta. The announcement comes as the company is celebrating another successful quarter more

Firefox 31 Brings New Tools to Developers

Mozilla shipped its Firefox 31 Web browser this week, providing users with incremental feature and security updates. Firefox 31 entered beta development on June 12, two days after Mozilla's Firefox 30 browser was more
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