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Apple gave its iconic MacBook a heavy makeover with the release of the 12-inch 2015 model. Here's how it stacks up for business users.
The Lenovo ThinkPad W550s sits in a unique middle ground between desktop performance and daily portability, with features not commonly found on other laptops -- and Linux certifica...
A look at how Microsoft's new Spartan browser performs in comparison to Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox.
A Kaspersky Lab bulletin indicates a cyberattack group has the capability to infect hard drive firmware. Learn how this capability works, and what it means for your deployed system...
Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of t...
Jack Wallen addresses the state of unification in the Linux desktop and how GNOME might well be the major driving force.
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
Unsatisfied with Fortune's choices for the most influential people in business, we came up with our own '40 under 40' list of leaders affecting change and making positive impacts o...
MadeSolid is an Emeryville, California-based startup that is trying to bring 3D printing to the masses by creating high quality materials for the printers themselves.
Jack Wallen offers a few pieces of advice for the development of The Machine, a new HP device that will run an OS that's based on Linux instead of Microsoft.