Hewlett-Packard has released two beta versions of its open source webOS -- one for developers that runs on the Ubuntu Linux desktop, and one intended to help developers port webOS to new devices
If you can think of another explanation for these pundits and analysts, the Macalope is all horns and ears.
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PCWorld's Katherine Noyes runs off the rails. Again.
Company that lets you run Windows on your Mac now lets your run Windows (and Linux) server OSes on a Mac mini.
Everybody's enthusiastic about something, whether it be Windows Phone 7, Android, or, in the Macalope's case, a good old-fashioned pundit smackdown.
It's safe to say a large part of Apple's strong performance over the past decade has been powered by its switch to OS X. Ten years to the day that the public beta of the new OS debuted, Benj Edwards takes a closer look at the story behind Apple's operating system.
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We take a look at three remote SSH clients that run on your iPhone (and in one case, your iPad). Each has their limitations, but two of the three apps we looked at have noteworthy strengths.
Adobe stressed it is not killing off the project to develop Flash Player 10 for 64-bit Linux. Instead, the project will continue with "significant" architectural changes and security enhancements.