Monthly Archives: August 2014

Posted by:admin Posted on:Aug 27,2014
Windows 8 has been out for a while, featuring an interface that's as cool as it is annoying . . . until you get the hang of it. But, like any
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Aug 24,2014
Several reports from usually reliable Windows watchers say Microsoft is poised to unveil Windows 9 at the end of September. The new OS will mark the
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Aug 19,2014
Google is drawing from the work of the open-source community to offer its cloud customers a service to better manage their clusters of virtual
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Aug 13,2014
7 cool uses of beacons you may not expect Beacons are a useful new twist on location awareness, tying a unique ID to a small device that apps can
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Aug 4,2014
Windows 8's uptake was stuck in reverse for the second straight quarter as the reputation-challenged operating system fell behind the pace set by
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Aug 2,2014
The just-announced plan to keep OpenVMS going gets mostly positive reaction Hewlett-Packard's decision to license OpenVMS source code to a new
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