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Terry Hancock on Free Software and Free Cul...

May 19, 2014No Comments85 Views

Free Software and free culture advocate still working on Lib-Ray, refuses to give up.


US vs Russia: are entangling alliances bad ...

May 17, 2014No Comments97 Views

With the conflict between the U.S. and Russia, how has science been affected?

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Teamlab Office solves file formatting probl...

May 13, 20142 Comments84 Views

Teamlab Office is a cloud based office suite that may solve the formatting issues that many face when switching between office programs.


Chromebooks to go offline as Intel moves in...

May 08, 20144 Comments60 Views

Intel made the move to secure its position in the Chrome OS space before more ARM devices started floating around.


Death of net neutrality: Is Mozilla barking...

May 08, 20142 Comments52 Views

Should Mozilla be appealing to the FCC or is there a better way?


What’s the best PDF viewer for Chrome...

May 05, 20141 Comment212 Views

Google has a PDF viewer for Chromebooks, but how can you edit them? By using this app from the Chrome Web Store on your Chromebook.


Mobile Broadband: What are the Challenges?

May 02, 20142 Comments52 Views

What happens when one relies on mobile broadband every day?


5 things to do after updating to Ubuntu 14....

Apr 25, 20146 Comments119 Views

It's been a week since Canonical released the latest LTS version of its Linux distribution, Ubuntu. Here are some things you may want to take


Unlocking Chromebooks will soon get simpler

Apr 25, 20141 Comment63 Views

Unlocking Chromebooks is currently done by typing in a Google password, but a future setting will allow users to unlock them using their Android smartphone.

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Why would I buy a Chromebook?

Apr 23, 20144 Comments87 Views

Why would I buy a Chromebook when Android tablets and Windows PCs do all that I need? Here is why.