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LinuxCon Highlights: From Linus Torvalds to Microsoft

SEATTLE—This year's LinuxCon North America event highlighted the latest in Linux and open-source technologies, and showcased both the expected and unexpected. Perhaps the biggest surprise was the more

What Google's OnHub Wireless Router Brings to Consumer Networking

Google's efforts in the smart home business, headlined by the company's Nest smart thermostat, just expanded with the announcement of its OnHub wireless router. The WiFi router comes with a host of " more

ZTE's $180 Warp Elite Smartphone Comes to Boost Mobile

Boost Mobile's latest smartphone offering for no-contract prepaid phone customers is the ZTE Warp Elite, a $179.99 handset that offers plenty of quality features at a reasonable price compared to high-end flagship more

Taking in the Experience at the Intel Developer Forum

SAN FRANCISCO—At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) here this week, CEO Brian Krzanich noted that computing essentially is everywhere today, but that "what is changing is that computing and the computing more

Comparing Android Marshmallow and iOS 9: What Each Has to Offer

At long last, Google has given a soft, cuddly nickname to replace the cryptic "M" that the company used to refer to the latest version of Android. The company announced on Aug. 17 that its latest version of more

How Apple Could Build a Successful Electric Car Business

The rumors about Apple developing a car won't end. It seems that every month there are new rumors with a bit more detail to Apple's purported auto development plans. Admittedly, Apple's getting into the car space more

IDF Day One: Intel Highlights Smart Devices, Security, Robots

SAN FRANCISCO—This year's Intel Developer Forum has a different vibe from past IDF shows. On the first day (Aug. 18), Intel touched on its upcoming 14-nanometer "Skylake" processors but spent much of more

Seven Tips for Setting Up Self-Service IT

Want your IT team solving the big problems, instead of changing the toner, replacing batteries in a mouse or asking time-honored questions such as "did you turn the machine off and back on again?" Everyone who has ever more

Dell Crafts Chromebook 13 for Business Computing

Dell is convinced that Chromebooks, notebook computers running Google's Chrome operating system, have a future as business PCs. To prove its point, Dell on Aug. 13 introduced the Chromebook 13, which includes several more

Kali Linux 2.0 Moves to Rolling Releases, Gains More Security Tools

Kali Linux has emerged in recent years to be among the most popular security-focused Linux distributions. Originally known as Backtrack Linux, Kali Linux was renamed and rebuilt in March 2013 with the more
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