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No, protesting programmers are not removing code from Linux; there are no purges of politically incorrect Linux kernel developers. And Linus Torvalds is coming back.
Eight years after Apple's iPhone 4 Antennagate fiasco, we are seeing complaints from iPhone XS and XS Max users that Wi-Fi and cellular reception and performance isn't living up to expectations. FCC lab test results appear to lend credence to these concerns.
CCleaner is a freeware system optimization, privacy and cleaning tool. It removes unused files from your system allowing Windows to...
We're giving away a Microsoft Surface Pro bundle including the tablet, keyboard case, stylus and more. This giveaway ends October 14, 2018.
Microsoft to bring multi-user virtualization to Windows and Office with Windows Virtual Desktop service
Microsoft's new Windows Virtual Desktop service will allow enterprise subscription customers to run Windows, Office and third-party apps in Azure virtual machines.
Microsoft is starting to roll out Office 2019, its on-premises Office suite for Windows and Mac, and will be delivering the Office 2019 servers within the coming weeks.
Microsoft will now label all Windows 7 servicing stack updates as security updates, even though they're not.
Browser maker faces backlash for failing to inform users about Chrome Sync behavioral change.
Google is holding a hardware event in October and in addition to the rumored Pixel 3 devices we are likely to see some kind of Chrome OS device or two. Kevin Tofel did some digging and made some intriguing discoveries.
Ruslan Bondars run a "VirusTotal-for-crooks" operation from 2009 to 2017.
A teardown of Apple's new iPhone XS reveals a battery that's smaller than in last year's iPhone X.
Malicious code redirects users to tech support scams, some of which use new "evil cursor" Chrome bug.
Wall clock? Microwave? Amazon expands its line of Alexa-enabled devices while refreshing its smart speaker lineup.
Walmart said it is using the headsets to train within three key areas: new technology, compliance, and soft skills like empathy and customer service.
At Amazon headquarters in Seattle, the tech giant is debuting new products and features related to its voice-assisted device business.
The new devices include more home gadgets like a microwave.
Here is a step-by-step guide to reducing your digital footprint online, whether you want to lock down data or vanish entirely.
Got a 32GB Windows 10 device? You probably shouldn't have bought it, but here's how to make sure it doesn't stumble during the next Windows 10 update.
The legal hemp industry is booming. Like many commercial ag sectors, automation is coming.