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Next year will mark the first full year of release for Microsoft's new OS. A look at what's in store for Windows 10 next year.
2015 was a banner year for Linux. From enterprise to mobile, Linux found solid footing in many areas some considered previously impossible. Jack Wallen reflects on some of the highlights.
Usability sometimes gets pushed aside in the rush to deliver an app. Here are a few factors that will help ensure that end users are on board with your dev efforts.
Apple devices are gaining a foothold in the corporate world and also with small and medium-sized businesses. Here's what you need to know if you want to move your company to Apple.
With the recent announcement of Oculus' consumer version, we now have a mostly complete, timeline for when to expect new hardware. For businesses, there's still a lot to do in the meantime.
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.
The security risk of a network against unknown zero day attacks has been thought of as one thing abysmal since software system flaws square measure less foreseeable than hardware f...
Greg Shultz takes a look at using a PIN instead of a picture password to sign in to a Windows 8.1 tablet.
If you're looking for a Bluetooth keyboard to use with your Android mobile devices, Jack Wallen may have found mobile keyboard nirvana in the Logitech K480.
Jack Wallen offers a few pieces of advice for the development of The Machine, a new HP device that will run an OS that's based on Linux instead of Microsoft.