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A 'Lite' version of Fuduntu is among the brand-new features introduced this week.
Two decades ago, Novell's network operating system software was almost ubiquitous in the enterprise. Now, its current president wants to restore Novell to a similar level of prominence.
Salesforce.com is giving customers and partners access to a new set of tools and services for building mobile applications on its cloud platform.
Third-party cookies are automatically blocked by default in this early browser release.
Windows 8 and Windows RT are subject to critical vulnerabilities that will be addressed on Microsoft's Patch Tuesday next week, both by virtue of supporting Internet Explorer 10.
Also available for testing is an updated version of the newly official Ubuntu GNOME remix.
Game developers come and go, but their legacies live on in some of the most influential PC games ever created.
Demand is especially high for developers with kernel know-how, says SUSE's Michael Miller.
If you're still using Ubuntu 11.10, Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop, or Ubuntu 8.04 Server, it's time to upgrade.
The new Firefox for Android supports private browsing on a per-tab basis.
The nonprofit organization CyArk creates 3D digital images of the world's historic sites, but stores them on disk drives dropped each week into a bank security box. As the data is expected to grow to two petabytes over the next five years, the group chose a new archival strategy that includes stashing tape drives in a limestone mine storage facility owned by Iron Mountain.
The new GNOME Classic desktop combines GNOME 3 technology with numerous popular GNOME 2 features.
By making Bitcoin an official reimbursement option, Expensify joins the list of businesses incorporating the virtual currency.
Worldwide spending on IT products and services will grow 4.1 percent this year to roughly $3.8 trillion, according to new forecast figures released by analyst firm Gartner.