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Microsoft unveiled more details about the universal app platform and the ways it will transform application development and the broader Windows ecosystem.
In the corporate world, it is well established that being on the front foot when it comes to security is an issue that demands money. As individuals feel the consequences of compro...
How will enterprise IT change in the coming years? Patrick Gray makes some predictions, and explains why now is the time for IT leaders to redefine their roles.
A powerful low-level malware vulnerability in Macs will soon be patched in an upcoming OS release.
Few companies have removed all trace of Windows XP from their infrastructure, even though Microsoft's support for the operating system will soon come to an end.
When the apocalypse hits, Linux user and zombie fiction writer Jack Wallen posits that open source users will be one step ahead of the undead horde and their creators.
Will Kelly reviews Nitro Pro 8, a third party Windows application for creating and managing PDFs.
Red Hat Linux has decided it will pay to get around the UEFI. Jack Wallen thinks Microsoft has pushed other operating system developers and distributions into a tough situation tha...
Windows 8 is coming this year, Windows 8 Consumer Preview will be out later this month, and the burning question is: does anybody care? ZDNet editor and long-time Linux proponent ...
A study on the ABC online store about moving from ASP to Ruby on Rails; Aussies will pay more for Kinect for Windows; and Firefox gets an extended support release.