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With less than a year to go until support for Windows XP runs out, Microsoft warns Indian businesses they will have to pay hundreds of dollars per user for not migrating to a newer Windows OS.
Canonical reveals more details of its roadmap for its Ubuntu SDK, which will allow developers to use the same code base to create apps for Ubuntu running on phones, tablets and desktops.
The amazing hardware in the Chromebook Pixel tips Google’s hand on a greater trajectory for ChromeOS. Whether Google I/O begins to reveal the details is one of this week’s big questions.
Windows 'Blue' represents an effort on Microsoft's part to change the way we think of the Windows update cycle, perhaps to get us ready for a subscription service.
Want to run Linux on the Google Computer Engine cloud? Starting immediately, Debian Linux is Google's Linux of choice.
HP Software today announced four products that aim to tackle the thorny reality that traditional apps deployment is broken, and that the new requirements make automation and comprehensive management an inescapable necessity.
While the Thunderbolt Firmware Update v1.2 appears to be solid, some users report problems.
This shouldn't come as any great surprise, but Linux is faster than Windows, and at least one anonymous Microsoft developer is willing to admit it and explain why that's the case.
Facebook and friends' Open Compute Project has made servers, motherboards, and power supplies more affordable for datacenters. Now it tackles perhaps its biggest challenge to date: High-end network switches.
Korora is based on Fedora, but comes with lots and lots (and lots) of additional packages — here's my screenshot gallery of the desktops and contents.
With tickets having sold out in minutes, Apple is trying to find ways to connect with its developers. However, some see a deeper problem.
After two years of waiting, Debian Linux, one of the most important core Linux distributions, has a new release: Wheezy.
It appears as if Microsoft will be making the Windows "desktop" available via its Azure cloud software. Would you "buy" a cloud-based desktop?
The latest operating systems numbers are in, and Windows 8's failure is clearer than ever. Can Microsoft, like Coca-Cola before it, bring victory out of a defeated product launch?
The good news is that Windows 8 is increasing in market share each month. The bad news is that its gains are minimal and its overall share remains in low single figures.