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10 Milestones in Internet Explorer's Storied History

The Internet Explorer Web browser is slowly but surely being eased out the door. On Jan. 12, Microsoft announced that it will no longer support Internet Explorer versions 10 and earlier, moving ahead with plans more

Ransomware, Cyber-Spying Among Top Security Trends to Watch

Ransomware incidents will increase; investments in security technology companies will slow; malware-less attacks will be the favorite of nation-state cyber-operations. Security professionals will have to contend more

Solus Operating System 1.0 Provides New Linux Desktop Experience

In the Linux desktop world, there is now another viable option for a stable desktop environment, thanks to the Solus Project's Budgie Linux desktop environment. After following a somewhat meandering more

What Mobile Market Changes Mean for Carriers, Users

The wireless industry has changed dramatically in just the last few years. Over that period, some of the industry's most common practices, including two-year contracts and unlimited data, have been overhauled. Meanwhile, more

9 Ways Elasticsearch Helps Us, From Dawn to Dusk

Elasticsearch is a distributed, open-source search and analytics engine built on Apache Lucene and designed for horizontal scalability, reliability and easy management. Apache Lucene is an open-source, more

10 Things We Learned From CES 2016 About Future Tech

CES 2016 has officially drawn to a close, and with the end of the show, the technology industry is going back to normal. According to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the organization that puts on CES, it was more

Drones at 2016 CES: From Paper Airplanes to One-Passenger Vehicles

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is often about future possibilities, with some of those possibilities being years into the future. Drones, for a large part, can fit into that category. There are more

Windows 10 Tablets, Smartphones Make an Impression at CES

Taking a cue or two from Apple's buzz-generating media events, Microsoft has been getting better at hosting its own hardware announcements, as attendees of this year's splashy Surface Book reveal can attest. Of more

Intel Talks Drones, Robots, Wearables at CES 2016

Intel still gets much of its revenue from chips that go into PCs, but company officials usually want to talk about the future, and that means everything from connected cars and drones to robots, wearables and anything else more

Off-the-Wall Gadgets, Weird Ideas Abound at CES 2016

There has been plenty of talk that CES 2016 has been transformed into an auto show or a mobile technology show, or is now more of a computer show than ever. But at heart, it's still what it was originally organized to be, more
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