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Jack Wallen takes a close look at a new Linux distribution that could be poised to take the user-friendly crown and wear it for a very long time.
Alex Howard saw the civic benefit of converting zoning codes to open data but not the economic benefit -- that changed after the launch of the ZoningCheck web app.
Jesus Vigo walks through the steps of creating a bootable USB installer for Apple's OS X Yosemite.
Patrick Lambert looks as the charges facing Internet activist Aaron Swartz before his death. Why were the penalties so severe and how easy would it be for others to get in the same...
If iTunes is to deliver as Apple's front end to its iCloud and content ecosystem, it will have to change - or fall behind its rivals.
While the iPad has its limitations, it's really good at a few basic functions. These 22 apps play to the iPad's strengths.
Does an online photo show the Apple iPad 3 with a dual-core A5X processor, instead of a quad-core A6 chip? Bill Detwiler considers the evidence.
The iPad has its limits, but it's really good at a few basic functions. Here are 20 useful apps that play to the iPad's strengths.
Steve Jobs resurrected Apple by slaying five dragons. See how he did it. This reprint of a 2010 article is published in honor of Steve Jobs' passing.
Whether the Skype deal ultimately ends up being a coup for Microsoft depends in large part on what the company does with the technology.