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Install Fedora, Ubuntu, or Debian Linux on Windows or Linux without needing a CD.
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Browse faster with turbo, speed dial, mouse gestures, and spell checker.
Talk with your friends and family for free over the Internet.
Edit digital audio files and record live audio on your Linux based system.
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Upload and download files to your FTP resource.
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If you're ready to take the plunge into storing your files, photos, and more in the cloud but need help deciding which service is right for your needs and wallet, we've got you covered.
This inexpensive microcomputer can be used for a variety of DIY projects. Here's what you need to know before you get started.
A leading force in data center operations opens its doors to outside customers' computing needs. It's got a ways to go to catch up to Amazon, though.
A Linux version of the cloud-connected file system apparently is still on Google's to-do list, but not a high-enough priority for some people's preferences.
This open-source operating system offers a Windows-like experience without all the hassles. Plus, it's free. Should it be your next OS?
The latest version of Google Chrome lets you wipe and refresh the browser and includes better search suggestions in the "omnibox."
Faster browsing and better offline support for some Web apps kick off the stable version of Chrome 27.
Chrome finds speed gains in beta by managing memory better, and tweaks some forms, some HTML5, and some offline support, too.
The latest update to Chrome offers a boon to grammarians everywhere: an improved homonym- and spell-checking function, right in your browser.
The AU$40 mini-PC now has its very own, equally small app store — but it does include a Spotify client.