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Annoying myths about Linux that won't go away

Also in today's open source roundup: More ads are coming to Google Maps, and why some Chromebooks will not get Android apps

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What is a data-driven company?

Most companies claim to be data-driven, but more often than not, these claims are exaggerated. Data is hugely valuable and should play a major role across all departments, from sales to marketing and IT to finance. To become...

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Are games too easy to pirate on Android?

Also in today's open source roundup: Google picks the best Android apps and games of 2016, and six big changes coming in Android N

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Artificial intelligence and chat bots, the future is now

The boom in chat bots shows that widespread AI adoption is close at hand

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FCC's leap into Internet privacy poses big risks for tech

The FCC should use a sensible approach that would not disrupt the current technology landscape and would allow consumers to make their own decisions on privacy

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Why are Chromebooks outselling Macs?

Also in today's open source roundup: Will Chromebooks and Android apps kill Windows PCs? And DistroWatch reviews the Clonezilla Live utility

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How to access the Windows Registry using C#

Explore ways to program the Windows Registry using C# to store and retrieve configuration information

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How to work with the Decorator design pattern in C#

Take advantage of the Decorator design pattern to add extensibility either dynamically or statically to your application

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Google's cloud strategy becomes clearer with TensorFlow

Google is open sourcing key frameworks, from container management to load balancing and machine learning. With the announcement of Google's new machine learning hardware, its cloud platform strategy is becoming clear. Here's how.

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Block ads via the hosts file in Android or Linux

Also in today's open source roundup: Nokia will release Android phones, and Google will introduce a voice-activated device for the home

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Enterprise IT startups are doing it all wrong

Vendors keep focusing on Mode 2 solutions when Enterprise IT remains predominantly Mode 1

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Video: What's new in Cinnamon 3.0

Also in today's open source roundup: ChaletOS 16.04 offers an open source refuge for Windows users, and Google rolls out Spaces group sharing app for Android

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Can Linux ever beat Windows at PC gaming?

Also in today's open source roundup: DistroWatch reviews FreeBSD 10.3's new features, and Linus Torvalds releases Linux 4.6

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How to work with operator overloading in C#

Operator overloading or ad-hoc polymorphism lets you work with user defined types much the same way you work with fundamental data types

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How to solidify your application's code using PostSharp

Take advantage of PostSharp's compile-time weaving features to reduce code clutter and solidify your application’s code

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Mingis on Tech: MacBooks are hot, trade shows are not

Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Apple expert Michael deAgonia and Multimedia Content Editor Keith Shaw check out Apple's just-updated MacBook and debate whether trade shows like Interop and CES are on their way out.

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The most popular Android apps of all time

Also in today’s open source roundup: Viking Horde malware targets Android devices, and the Fedora 24 beta has been released.

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Cisco: How the Digital Network Architecture can help the network

At Interop 2016, Network World spoke with Cisco's Jeff Reed about how the company's new Digital Network Architecture will help enterprise networks with easier deployment, improving security and providing for new digital benefits.

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