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Microsoft's latest OS is proving more attractive to firms than Windows 8 - particularly among larger businesses.
The 20-year-old Microsoft OS can be run directly from the browser - thanks to a student project to recreate memories of computing from their childhood.
Virginia's Chesterfield County Schools recently announced that it will launch the largest education deployment of Chromebooks to date. Here's what you can learn from it.
Heartbleed has dominated headlines for over week, but that one vulnerability pales in comparison to the threat from hundreds of millions of Windows XP systems.
Many users finally migrated off of Windows XP in the weeks leading up to the expiration of support, but millions of XP systems are still in use by businesses and consumers.
In a strategic move to lure business users facing a loss of XP support, Google has dropped the price on Chromebooks for business. How many businesses will jump at the offer?
The impending expiration of support for Windows XP leaves users who still depend on the ancient OS with a handful of viable options.
Greg Shultz takes a look at some of the changes you can expect to see in Windows 8.1 Update 1. Will it bring Windows XP, mouse, and keyboard users back into the fold?
While it's suddenly fashionable to bad-mouth long form, TechRepublic and ZDNet are true believers. Here's our approach to the renaissance of in-depth journalism.
As the clock ticks down to end-of-life for Windows XP, several tricks from Y2K conversion projects have become relevant again.