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If you're looking to get Chrome OS on non-chromebook hardware, Neverware has just the solution for you. Jack Wallen shows you how to get this exciting, Linux-based, operating system up and running.
A Kaspersky Lab bulletin indicates a cyberattack group has the capability to infect hard drive firmware. Learn how this capability works, and what it means for your deployed systems.
As concerns for privacy and data security accompany the use of free cloud services, users and small businesses might be better served by installing the open source package ownCloud.
Google is known for releasing new tech and tools at its annual I/O developer conference. Here are three tools you should look into from the conference.
Jack Wallen puts an Android developer on the hot seat and receives some very enlightening responses. If you've ever considered developing for Android, this is a must-read.
Marco Fioretti takes a look at TreeLine, and open source outliner for Linux, and explains how he uses it to reformat and structure huge, messy, pre-existing blocks of text.
If you are looking for a reliable and simple graphical boot menu, GAG might have something to offer if your hardware is of a certain vintage.
The open source and free winPenPack comes with a complete set of useful tools for anyone who wants to carry IT applications with them.
The OpenDocManager open source tool can help your small business get its documentation into a form that is easy to use and to manage.
Marco Fioretti explains how to use a program that creates offline Wikipedia resources for users that don't have reliable Internet access. It could be a valuable tool for teachers in some circumstances...