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Another top Windows executive quits Microso...

Mar 31, 2014No Comments41 Views

The post-Ballmer era at Microsoft, under the leadership of Satya Nadella, seems to be taking shape now.

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Red Hat brings Microsoft’s .NET Apps ...

Mar 05, 201412 Comments72 Views

Customers now don't need Microsoft Windows to be able to run or create .NET Apps.


Get ChromeOS experience inside Windows syst...

Feb 17, 2014No Comments48 Views

Windows users can get pure ChromeOS experience by enabling a simple flag.


New malware uses Windows to infect Android ...

Jan 25, 20141 Comment76 Views

Users are advised to turn off USB debugging on Android devices when it’s not needed to avoid falling victim to this new infection vector.


Richard Stallman meets AAP leader Arvind Ke...

Jan 20, 20142 Comments69 Views

Arvind Kejriwal, the new 'anti-corruption' chief minister of India's capital, recently met free software advocate Richard Stallman.


Is South Korea moving to Ubuntu from Window...

Dec 17, 20134 Comments124 Views

South Korean organisations may be contemplating a move from Windows XP to Ubuntu

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Dell also joins the Chrome OS bandwagon lau...

Dec 11, 201363 Comments102 Views

Dell has announced its first Chromebook which is powered by Google's Linux-based "open source" operating system Chrome OS.


New dual-booting Asus tablets on the horizo...

Dec 04, 201311 Comments68 Views

Reports on the Internet indicate that Asus may soon be launching a new family of tablets. The tablet family will come in three flavours -


Acer introduces $299 touch-screen Chromeboo...

Nov 27, 201315 Comments88 Views

Acer has announced a $299 Chromebook -C720P - which features a touch-screen.

Is Microsoft planning to enter video ad bus...

May 05, 2013No Comments33 Views

Windows maker Microsoft seems to be investing more time and resources in creating smear campaign against Google and Android instead of actually improving their own