The open source stalwart continues to make large performance improvements.
We take a look at what Google's experimental, secret OS is up to in early 2018.
“Low complexity” hack for Transmission client may work against other clients, too.
They're currently labelled as beta.
Google gives Administrators new ways to lock down the browser.
Stagnation had turned Ubuntu into just another distro; now it's interesting all over again.
Microsoft isn't the only company that's interested in scaling Git.
Set DNS server to 184.108.40.206, and (known) malware and phishes won’t be able to phone home.
Docker support + location tracking mesh = plug-in backbone for all the networked things.
MariaDB will become a better database on Windows and an Azure managed service.
It's as much as twice as fast as it was a year ago.
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