Microsoft releases a sketching app that could be useful on its new dual-screen Windows 10X-based Surface Neo.
'Hubbers' demand that GitHub kills its contract with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
iTerm2 whips out patch after a Mozilla-sponsored audit turns up an ancient critical flaw.
Richard M. Stallman resigned from leading the Free Software Foundation, but he appears to have kept his top role in the GNU Project. Some GNU programmers would like to see him leave.
Project Nebula brings Puppet's principles of configuration management automation to a cloud-native world.
MIT researchers develop an AI algorithm for network operators to detect and automatically ignore bad ISPs.
With no more monthly security and quality updates, Windows 10 1703 has reached the end of the road.
Salesforce explains why Google's Go programming language is a better fit than Python and C for Einstein Analytics.
Google's office productivity apps on Android have been given the Material Design treatment.
Opera beefs up privacy features to attract more users to its browser.
Proof-of-concept code available online; trivial to exploit.
Because of the White House's sanctions, users aren't eligible for refunds either.
Microsoft's first two dual-screen devices will be running two different operating systems, Windows 10X and Android. But above the OS level, there will likely be more commonalities than differences.
And you shouldn't be either. Every company wants to rule Linux -- none of them can or ever will.
Printer problems return after Microsoft releases a Windows update to fix printer problems linked to IE security fix.
Whether you wish to retrain or learn the lingo of tech staff, you don't need to spend a fortune on programming education.
Some lucky folks are about to get their Apple Watch, and will need apps to put it to good use. These apps will make you more productive with a glance at the wrist.
Which apps can help you organize and snap up better deals on your next trip?
Which apps can help you launch your new business successfully?
Apple CarPlay may be relatively new, but more and more compatible apps are being released.
The stands, the smartphones, the smartwatches, and the smartcars.
Take your Android tablet to work with these apps. Track your time, stay on top of what you need to do, and collaborate with colleagues.
The iPad is a capable tool for work but requires good apps to provide the needed functionality. These 10 apps will go a long way to meeting the needs of most iPad users. You can't work all the time so we threw in a hot new game for down time.
Who's the busiest developer on Android these days? Some of the most impressive business apps are coming from an unlikely source, with Microsoft's business apps appearing on the Google Play Store and getting rave reviews.
Want to get more out of your Windows Phone at work? Download the best of these apps and rev up your productivity in the workplace.
Google has released an update to its Translate app for mobile devices. We have made a side by side comparison with the Microsoft Translator app so you can compare and decide which is best.
It is not only the big companies that produce great tech that is worthy of note at CES 2015. Have a look at these cool products that should be at the show this year.
Who says you need a Mac or a Windows PC? With the right applications, a Linux desktop is every bit as good as either of the two mainstream desktop operating systems.
Microsoft Office for the iPad is a very good suite, but may be overkill for some users.
If your significant other or children already own a tablet, why not jazz it up with some gadgets and accessories this year?
David Brooks, VP of Products at Copado, explains how companies can use DevOps for large-scale cloud deployments and how to avoid common cloud development mistakes.
Today, Red Hat dominates enterprise Linux. Tomorrow, it wants to rule the cloud. With IBM beside it, don't bet against it. Read more: https://zd.net/2OqAQ0a
The experimental tool is meant to help making finding a new programmer that little bit easier.
The skills shortage is spreading further, with developers for data science, DevOps and cloud roles in high demand.
Tor vulnerability has been exploited for years and has been used for censorship, sabotage, and extortion of Onion sites.
Machine learning, especially deep learning, is forcing a re-evaluation of how chips and systems are designed that will change the direction of the industry for decades to come.
The new browser is the result of Mozilla developers' work on Firefox Fenix.
LG Electronics and The Qt Company will collaborate to apply webOS open source platform to automotive, robotics, and smart home devices.
Pimoroni's Enviro+ Raspberry Pi hat lets you start to measure the quality of air around your home.
Windows 10 preview shows signs of Windows OS separating from the shell in line with Microsoft's modular plans.
The best-paid tech jobs, and the best cities to live in while doing them, are outlined in a new report.
At Salesforce TrailheaDX 2019, Sarah Franklin spoke with TechRepublic about what makes the company's relationship with developers, admins, and customers.
Real-time stock control, a revamped checkout and Feefo customer feedback head the enhancements in Actinic 10. These add functionality without compromising either the performance or the usability of this popular e-commerce solution.
MindManager 9 is a sophisticated mind-mapping application that could revolutionise your methodology for organising and accessing information. It works well for individuals, but delivers most value if adopted by the entire organisation.
Nuance's Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 Premium is a significant improvement on its predecessor: speech recognition is more accurate out of the box, and the user interface is generally slicker. The new command reference sidebar needs attention, though.
In Office 2010, Microsoft's Office Web Apps have matured to become the basis of the suite's collaboration tools, making it a more significant release than many previous versions.
A well-established Microsoft Exchange alternative, Gordano Messaging Suite is big on scalability and collaboration options, but still has a few rough edges.
A well-established small-business messaging and collaboration solution, Kerio Connect can now be considered as an alternative to large Exchange deployments.
Open-source Zarafa takes a new and interesting approach to emulating Microsoft's Exchange, but it's not the easiest solution to deploy or manage.
MDaemon is a well-tried Microsoft Exchange alternative that continues to stay abreast of the latest developments.
BES 5.0 is the best version of BES so far. RIM has done a lot of work in simplifying the administration process, as well as providing additional services for users.
<p> Launched in 2007, UK-based <a href="http://www.yuuguu.com/">YuuGuu</a> (the name is derived from the Japanese for 'fusion') is an online collaboration tool comprising instant messaging (with integration of external accounts, including Skype), screen sharing, remote control and audio conferencing. </p>
<p> In its broadest sense, email marketing covers every electronic message you ever send to a customer, potential customer or public venue. In general, though, the term is used to refer to sending direct promotional emails to try and acquire new customers or persuade existing customers to buy again. </p>
<p> Adobe dominates the PDF (Portable Document Format) market with its free Reader and Acrobat Standard (£275 ex. VAT), Pro (£445) and Pro Extended (£649) creation/management products. However, Adobe's premium pricing and opening up of the PDF standard in 2008 have helped to created a lively 'Acrobat-alternative' market, which includes ABBYY's <a href="http://pdftransformer.abbyy.com/">PDF Transformer 3.0</a>. At £59.99 (boxed, or £55.95 to download), this is a usable PDF conversion and creation application that gets the job done quickly with minimal effort. </p>
<p> Adobe's free Reader and Acrobat Standard (£275 ex. VAT), Pro (£445) and Pro Extended (£649) PDF creation/management products dominate the market, which is hardly surprising considering the company developed the portable document exchange format in 1993. Now that PDF is an open ISO standard, anyone can create a program to manipulate PDFs. <a href="http://www.nuance.com/">Nuance</a> (formerly ScanSoft) is pitching its latest PDF solution, <a href="http://www.nuance.com/imaging/pdfconverter/pdfconverter-professional.asp">PDF Converter Professional 6</a>, squarely at the business market. There are plenty of third-party programs and utilities that let you convert to and from PDFs, but there's a lot of variation in approach and effectiveness. Some of the cheaper products, for instance, make it easy to convert a PDF to a Word or Excel file, but the results often require a lot of editing to make them resemble the structure of the original document. </p>
<p> Almost all 'knowledge workers' encounter PDF (Portable Document Format) files in the office — be it on a casual or episodic basis, or as part of a structured and regular workflow. Introduced in 1993, PDF has only been an open standard since July 2008, so it's not surprising that its creator Adobe still dominates the PDF market with its free Reader and <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/software/contentcreation/0,1000001069,39439628,00.htm">Acrobat</a> Standard (£275 ex. VAT), Pro (£445) and Pro Extended (£649) creation/management products. </p>
<p> <a href="http://www.sage.co.uk/software_and_services/customers/act_by_sage.aspx">ACT! by Sage</a> is a very popular Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software application that's used to keep track of client and prospect details in a single database that can be shared by multiple users. First released in 1991, it has become one of the pioneers in the CRM category and now boasts a user base of over 2.7 million registered users — including more than 41,000 corporate customers. What's so appealing about ACT!, especially for larger businesses, is that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Word and Outlook (as well as other MS Office software) to generate and track communications with the contacts maintained in ACT!. </p>