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Bitbucket provides hosting for Git and Mercurial repositories. Tony Patton focuses on using Bitbucket with a Git repository for collaboration and possibly even to save on costs.
OS X offers users and administrators the ability to configure a number of privacy settings. Here's how to tighten privacy controls on Macs.
Microsoft's criticisms of Google for scanning email to serve ads ring hollow with disclosures that the company probed a blogger's email account. Will Microsoft's TOS changes restor...
Just 16 percent of Africa's one billion people have internet access. Microsoft's new initiative is committed to turning the continent into a booming tech ecosystem by empowering lo...
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
This is the first of a three part series discussing options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
A Chrome extension called Honey can automatically find coupon codes to apply during your online checkouts. Find out how it works and how it came to be.
Justin James describes how web application developers can solve a quirk of Internet Explorer involving the Platform for Privacy Preferences Project standard.
The new version of Internet Explorer comes in two varieties: a well-known desktop version and the new Windows RT version.
Consultant Bob Eisenhardt recounts his frustrating experience trying to track down and get rid of a client's search-redirect virus. Here's how he finally ditched it.