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The German city that swapped Microsoft for Linux and open-source software is to drop its last Windows XP machines.
VirtualBox 5.0 brings new features, improved performance, and support for guest operating systems. James Sanders offers his first impressions of the install.
TechRepublic talked to Jake Heller, the founder of Casetext, which brings an open source model to the world of law, about his life as a Silicon Valley native, career path, and obsession with movies.
A critical vulnerability used in multiple open-source virtualization packages can allow attackers to gain root privileges of the host system. Find out how to secure affected systems.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing business and commerce.
Alex Howard shares insights on technological innovation gleaned from reading "The Innovators," Walter Isaacson's seminal history of the digital era.
Ghostery, maker of the popular Ghostery plug-in, recently released its enterprise product called Marketing Cloud Management. Here's how the company took its product to business users.
Alex Howard left the RiseUp conference inspired and concerned about the intersection of activism, media, and tech. Read about projects that could disrupt how social change happens online, and off.
18F has quietly become the bleeding edge of the US federal government's adoption of open source software. Read about the benefits and challenges of open source going mainstream.
What once was the home for hobbyists has become an increasingly commercial phenomenon.