Chromebook sales have exceeded Windows notebook sales, according to a report by NPD Group.
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Clients from Indian broadband providers may put your Linux system at risk; here is how you fix it.
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Canonical has come out fighting over Windows 10 to try and win over enterprise users by reminding them they're no longer locked-in to a Windows world.
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I'm sharing the steps with our readers. Please note: you must have a wifi card which allows you to create an Access Point. If you want to know how to find that, type iw list in a terminal.
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The alpha release of Wayland and Weston 1.9 have been released. The final release is slated for the end of September.
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Canonical and IBM announce that a new version of Linux aimed at Mainframes will come to the LinuxONE and z Systems platforms.
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Linux kernel 4.2 rc7 has been released and brings support for a lot of new hardware however Linus Torvalds is not sure he wants to sign off on the release.
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The Debian project release the second alpha of Debian 9, it now comes with the Linux 4.2 kernel.
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In this tutorial I'll tell you how to transfer DRM free books from your computer to your e-reading device easily.
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Windows 10 offers no way to disable telemetry in its system menus, even if you stop using services like Cortana it still sends back telemetry.
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