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  • Ubuntu Tablets for Emerging Markets?

    News that Canonical is readying a mobile phone and tablet release of Ubuntu for release by 2014 suggests that the Linux developer is playing a long game with emerging markets likely to form a key area for penetration.
    Published on  November 21, 2011 to Linux Platform

  • Top Linux Backup Tips and Tricks

    There's more than one way to backup your Linux box - whether you're happy using the dd command or would prefer a more user-friendly option, creating backups, archives and images of your data is vital for successful disaster recovery.
    Published on  November 21, 2011 to Linux Platform

  • Hey, Google - Can You Be A Bit Less, You Know, Orwellian?

    Google knows everything about you - or at least stuff that you wouldn't expect it to know. Whether you use services provided by the search giant or not, the fact is that things are getting a little out of hand. So I wrote the once exciting tech start...
    Published on  November 21, 2011 to Google

  • Industrial Cyberwarfare: The Destructive Evolution of Industrial Espionage

    Industrial espionage was once a thorn in the side of companies on both sides of the Atlantic, often due to strict competition laws or interest from communist countries. Things have moved on since the 1970s and 80s, however - things have moved online,...
    Published on  November 21, 2011 to Computer Security

  • The Windows Phone Roadtrip Challenge

    Equipped with email, Internet and Microsoft Office Mobile, Windows Phone is effectively an office in a phone. But how useful could it be in an emergency situation when no laptop or tablet alternative is available?
    Published on  November 21, 2011 to Windows Mobile

  • Finding Key Features in Windows 8

    With the release of the Windows 8 Developer Preview, interested users have found that the future of Windows is very different, and the location of certain key features and native applications might be tricky to establish. Our gallery of Windows 8 screenshots...
    Published on  November 20, 2011 to Windows Platform

  • Install Windows 8 Developer Preview Alongside Windows 7

    For many it might be easier to run the Windows 8 Developer Preview in a virtual machine, but if you prefer to install it to your hard disk drive, a dual boot alongside Windows 7 might be the best option.
    Published on  November 20, 2011 to Windows Platform

  • Can I Buy a Wireless-N Card for My Notebook?

    Older notebooks don't feature integrated wireless connectivity, so the only way to connect to Wi-Fi is with a CardBus device. Even with the right expansion device, however, you might have trouble connecting to networks using the superfast Wireless...
    Published on  November 20, 2011 to Computer Hardware

  • Run Homebrew Windows Phone Apps with ChevronWP7

    Microsoft has outdone other mobile phone OS providers by embracing homebrew development. The result of this is the ChevronWP7 unlock tool, which for just $9 automates the unlocking of your device to enable you to sideload homebrew apps!
    Published on  November 16, 2011 to Windows Mobile

  • Microsoft Tellme vs Apple Siri vs Google Voice Actions

    The three mobile platforms Windows Phone, iPhone and Android all have their own voice command tools - Tellme, Siri and Voice Actions. But in a battle to the death, which is best?
    Published on  November 14, 2011 to Windows Mobile

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