Black Hat 2014
Lindows 4.0 remains the easiest Linux distribution around, but its software subscription scheme can get pricey. We'd also prefer more bundled apps.
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Known primarily for its tablets, Archos enters the smartphone market with a trio of Android handsets.
David Katzmaier and Ty Pendlebury test one of the first and only 4K TVs available for sale today. Is it the inevitable future, an underwhelming experience, an excellent performer, or all of the above?
Ever feel so connected with your gadgets you wished you had an article of clothing that could help you manage them on the go? With the Scottevest Tec Hat 4.0, you can do just that. Crave's Tim Moynihan gives the hat a thorough testing.
The ScottEVest TEC Hat 4.0 helps you clear pocket space normally consumed by keys, change, and credit cards.
MRJ 2.1 and Java-based online games: some do work; TEC issue noted
Virtual PC 4.0.2 update released
Virtuozzo Containers 4.0 includes higher-end features for server availability and backup. Also, SWsoft completes its name change to Parallels.
Only GNOME-based Ubuntu will get Canonical's long-term support, because KDE 3.5 is too old, and 4.0 is not mature enough yet to use in Kubuntu.
Forget Jelly Bean; the Google-owned company says three 2011 phones will be stuck on older versions of Android forever.