Archives: July 2013

Box, Dropbox vie for developers' loyalties

July 16, 2013
Moving beyond online storage, Box and Dropbox offer tools and APIs to lure developers seeking an app ecosystem
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Developers stand up to keep Microsoft TechNet alive

July 15, 2013
Microsoft announced earlier this month it was killing TechNet, but a vocal group of diehards want Microsoft to keep it
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Another botched Windows patch: MS13-057/KB 2803821/KB 2834904

July 12, 2013
Microsoft hasn't yet acknowledged Win7 patch KB 2803821 and WinXP patch KB 2834904, which have spawned complaints about top half of videos displaying in black
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HP admits to undocumented backdoors in two separate storage lines

July 12, 2013
Malicious hackers could exploit the backdoors into StoreOnce and StoreVirtual hardware to gain root access
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Where are the kid coders? Not in U.S. schools

July 12, 2013
United Kingdom becomes latest country to teach programming to kids as young as 5; will United States rise to the challenge?
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7 predictions for the iPhone 5S

July 12, 2013
Apple's forthcoming iPhone 5S could include a larger, IGZO-based LCD screen, a faster processor, and a better camera
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Welcome to the fading days of the Microsoft empire

July 11, 2013
The company remains a formidable force and a software juggernaut, but its days of sheer dominance are over
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Could Verizon bring the Ubuntu smartphone Stateside?

July 11, 2013
Verizon is first U.S.-based wireless operator to show serious interest in Canonical's open source, Linux-based mobile platform
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The new Microsoft: How the reorg will affect you

July 11, 2013
If you use Microsoft products -- and who doesn't? -- there are some important changes ahead
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Which company contributes most to OpenStack?

July 11, 2013
DreamHost chipped in most lines of code to OpenStack over past six months, but Red Hat amassed far more commits
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