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Ubuntu 15.04 has arrived, but not without a bit of controversy. Jack Wallen highlights what you can expect from the latest iteration from Canonical by way of drama and improvements...
Google Chrome 42 disables NPAPI support by default, and Project Spartan lacks ActiveX support entirely. Both of these changes prevent the use of Java in either browser.
Enterprise upstart Huddle was founded to help people work better together. Here's how the company put its stamp on enterprise collaboration.
Mickey McManus, a respected connectivity expert, research fellow at Autodesk, and chairman of MAYA, talked to TechRepublic about his work and his passion for humanizing technology.
As the Raspberry Pi edges closer to becoming the best-selling British computer of all time we take a look at the classic machines to come out of the UK.
Enterprise startups have been growing with tremendous force. Here are 10 new companies you should watch this year.
The technology sector reeled off plenty of innovation in 2014. Here's what Google search trends tell us about the year in tech.
Jack Wallen addresses the current state of popularity of the Unity desktop and what might befall the default Ubuntu desktop when Unity 8 arrives.
TechRepublic is relaunching our popular Five Apps blog as a weekly video series with veteran technology journalist Tom Merritt as the host.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.