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By tying the recreation center back into the city's economy, DHF is creating a new opportunity to get kids excited about technology.
A long time Ubuntu fan, Jack Wallen opts to depart from the safe and familiar in search of something new. That search led him to a very Chrome OS-like Linux distribution called Chr...
Webmin and Virtualmin can greatly ease the task of configuring and maintaining your virtual private server. Learn about the benefits of these open-source packages.
Do you long to have more features in your Chromebook Start menu? If so, Jack Wallen walks you through the steps for adding Google Now to your Chrome OS experience.
If you've upgraded to the latest iteration of Ubuntu (or any distribution with a new kernel), you may have discovered your touchpad less than ideal. Jack Wallen has the fix.
Social interaction in virtual reality remains a big question in the industry, but one app, Convrge, might shed some light on what's to come, and help reach a more casual audience.
A kiosk can serve a multitude of purposes--and with the right apps, setting one up is fast, simple, and affordable.
Greg Shultz takes a look at Windows Hello, which is Windows 10 biometric security in a native format that will essentially eliminate the need for passwords.
Jack Wallen walks you through the steps for setting up Google Smart Lock so you can keep your Chromebook unlocked with your Android 5.0 smartphone nearby.
If you need to access Windows applications through your Mac, a remote desktop connection is the way to go. Here's how to set up and use the connection.