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The transition to IPv6 is a necessary step to preserve the health of the internet. Global internet adoption, and use cases such as streaming video, mean a replacement for TCP is also needed.
iPass is a Wi-Fi service which can help you get online via a number of available hotspots. Read about the author's experience reviewing the product.
The first major update to Windows 10 hits today - with Microsoft promising great things for those upgrading from Windows 7, as well as significant new features for business users.
A massive update to Windows 10 will allow users of the Enterprise version to block all monitoring but Microsoft faces criticism for not allowing Home and Pro users to do the same.
The GitHub-backed Atom is worth checking out, even if you aren't looking for a new text editor to add to your developer toolbox.
Jesus Vigo walks through the steps of creating a bootable USB installer for Apple's OS X Yosemite.
Google provides a dedicated Search application for Windows 8. Find out how it can help your Windows 8 experience.
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Compose documents with spot-on WYSIWYG accuracy along with a method to collaborate online for shared edits.
Virtualization delivers a host of benefits -- but that doesn't mean that everything is a good fit for a virtual environment. Here are 10 things that should probably stay physical.