Who’s really shaping tech? Is it Apple? Google? Kind of. What about Intel? They’re up there. But a new generation of tech giants (OK, and one or two of the usual suspects) are changing the whole way we interact with tech – and each other. In the process, they’re changing the face of major areas [...]

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Chromebooks are lightweight, fast laptops that use a minimal operating system – just enough to support the Chrome browser. You do everything else through that. While they usually don’t have the spec that a full-on laptop has, the days when they were tiny and couldn’t be used offline at all are past and modern Chromebooks [...]

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Page load time is all too easily forgotten when you’re adding apps, working on content marketing and direct sales and working on, or in, your actual business. Even when business owners turn their attention to their websites, they’ll look at copy, site architecture, appearance. But page load time could be costing you customers. How is [...]

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The digital threats business faces are becoming ever more sophisticated. Yes, the biggest gaps remain easy and simple to fix, but even if you’ve disabled links in emails,chosen a password that’s not ‘123456’ and patched Java and Flash, you’re still at risk. That’s enough to keep the slouching criminals in burglar’s masks out, the ones [...]

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Article 5 Content (to put into HTML creator) – Seeing your website the same way your visitors do is pretty important. But if Google doesn’t love you, no-one else is going to get the chance,so it makes sense to look for tools that let you see your website the way Sundar Pichai and friends do. [...]

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With Windows 10, Microsoft has had to swallow two bitter pills: the poor reception of Windows 8 and the end of software as a product. To sweeten that medicine, the colossus of business IT has also swallowed something else: the keys to your data. The new Windows business model involves a 30% cut from sales [...]

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4 Linux Myths That Need to Die

September 8, 2015 by

The days when there were two and a half operating systems – Mac for creative types, Windows for everyone else and Linux for the weird kids in the corner – are well and truly over. For a start, OSX and Windows both owe a debt to Linux; Microsoft is courting Linux for its Azure cloud [...]

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Consolidate Your Contacts to Stave Off the Phishing Attacks Phishing attacks are still largely clumsy. You’ll get a message in your e-mail inbox from someone you’ve never met. If you open the mail, you’ll likely find a link to a strange Web site. Don’t click that link! But if you do visit the site, there [...]

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