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Why the mainframe is still going strong

Why the mainframe is still going strong

Despite predictions of its demise at the hands of cloud, mainframe is still widely used. But it's now facing a new threat.
By Staff Writer Nov 21 2017, 8:42AM
Transfer your data and installed applications with EaseUS Todo PC Trans

Transfer your data and installed applications with EaseUS Todo PC Trans

Get all your apps set up on a new machine quick-smart.
By Chris Wiles Sep 29 2017, 9:57AM
First impressions: iOS 11 on iPad

First impressions: iOS 11 on iPad

iOS is a major update across the board – but for the iPad, it’s a game changer.
By Ian Betteridge Jun 9 2017, 9:38AM
Native Android SMS app not the best for security, report

Native Android SMS app not the best for security, report

A new analysis of SMS clients used on the Android OS determined that native text clients are less secure than third-party solutions.
By Greg Masters Nov 8 2016, 12:28PM
65% of Windows devices run Windows 7, where 600 vulnerabilities reside

65% of Windows devices run Windows 7, where 600 vulnerabilities reside

This seven-year-old version of the software is leaving users open to 600 security vulnerabilities.
By Danielle Correa Nov 2 2016, 12:21PM
40 apps containing DressCode malware family found on Google Play

40 apps containing DressCode malware family found on Google Play

Researchers discovered 40 applications in the Google Play store that contain a new family of malware, dubbed DressCode.
By Jeremy Seth Davis Sep 7 2016, 11:42AM
Why Choose an Intel Xeon Processor?

Why Choose an Intel Xeon Processor?

PROMOTION: Choosing the right processor for your workstation is an important consideration. What advantages do Intel Xeon processors have over Desktop CPUs?
By Staff Writers May 10 2016, 3:57PM
Investigator: Avoiding vendor lock-in

Investigator: Avoiding vendor lock-in

Anthony Caruana has good advice to help you stay clear of over-committing to a service.
By Anthony Caruana Apr 29 2016, 11:27AM
Take a look inside the advances in AI and machine learning that are helping the blind to see

Take a look inside the advances in AI and machine learning that are helping the blind to see

New technologies are making the world a whole lot more inclusive for the visually impaired.
By Staff Writer Apr 8 2016, 8:30AM
New Android adware showing up

New Android adware showing up

New Android adware that arrives as a SDK has been detected in a number of applications.
By Greg Masters Mar 24 2016, 10:21AM
Is Bill Gates' "Personal Agent" a Cortana replacement?

Is Bill Gates' "Personal Agent" a Cortana replacement?

Bill Gates has returned to Microsoft to work on a mysterious new project.
By Jane McCallion Jan 30 2015, 10:52AM
Intel's RealSense camera sees the world like a human

Intel's RealSense camera sees the world like a human

Intel's head of perceptual computing reveals the tech behind its RealSense camera.
By Nicole Kobie in San Francisco Sep 15 2014, 11:39AM
How to: How much RAM do  you really need?

How to: How much RAM do you really need?

More memory doesn’t always mean better performance – in fact, you may need less RAM than you think. Darien Graham-Smith explains.
By Darien Graham-Smith Mar 21 2014, 3:29PM
How we forecast future technologies

How we forecast future technologies

Some technologies are easy to predict, but it’s easy to get the detail wrong.
By Matthew Sorell Dec 11 2013, 10:41AM
Review: Adobe Creative Cloud

Review: Adobe Creative Cloud

The newest versions of Adobe’s flagship applications are here – for subscription customers only. Are the improvements compelling enough to persuade Creative Suite users to switch to the cloud?
By Darien Graham-Smith Sep 23 2013, 12:00AM
Adobe’s subscription-only Creative Cloud goes live

Adobe’s subscription-only Creative Cloud goes live

The latest versions of Photoshop, Illustrator and more are now available - but only to annual subscribers.
By Darien Graham-Smith, David Hollingworth Jun 19 2013, 9:42AM
Easily switch applications with 7+ Taskbar Numberer

Easily switch applications with 7+ Taskbar Numberer

Keyboard task switching under Windows normally means repeatedly pressing Alt+Tab or Win+Tab, cycling through your running applications until you find what you need.
By Mike Williams Apr 12 2013, 8:03AM
Opera 12.10 Beta adds Retina Display support, updates core

Opera 12.10 Beta adds Retina Display support, updates core

Retina Display support continues to be added to more and more applications as they are updated, and the latest update for the beta candidate for Opera 12.10 .
By Mark Wilson Sep 14 2012, 8:36AM
CrossOver XI promises better support for running Windows apps on Mac or Linux

CrossOver XI promises better support for running Windows apps on Mac or Linux

Codeweavers Inc has announced the launch of CrossOver XI, its commercial port of the open-source Wine application that allows Linux and Mac users to run Windows applications without having to install Windows itself.
By Nick Peers Mar 8 2012, 9:18AM
IObit Uninstaller 2.0 pressure washes your hard drive to remove unwanted software

IObit Uninstaller 2.0 pressure washes your hard drive to remove unwanted software

IObit Uninstaller 2.0 is a free disk cleanup and uninstaller utility. Get the download here.
By Mark Wilson Sep 8 2011, 10:06AM