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With the emphasis on speed needed for websites, and many US mobile networks and residential ISPs introducing bandwidth caps and speed throttling, squeezing more performance out of ...
Avention's James Rogers tells TechRepublic about rebranding a 20-year-old company.
The Kentucky Derby has brought its cultural spectacle into the 21st century with a bang, unveiling the world's largest ultra high definition 4K video board to show off the 2014 rac...
There are many dos and don'ts when it comes to promoting meaningful interactions with your company's help desk. Here are ten which will yield the best results on all sides.
After five days in Sydney, a pair of sign language to speech gloves have taken out the Imagine Cup of 2012.
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...
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The ranks of Linux users would certainly grow if a few go-to Windows apps could run natively on the OS. Jack Wallen lists the ones he thinks would turn the tide.