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Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky dropped some knowledge today with the factoid that Windows 8 has had a ridiculous amount of testing, with over a billion hours of pre-release tests from users.
This week's Trivia Tuesday takes a look at operating systems; what they are, how they work, and their history, from their unlikely origins at General Motors to the source code of Windows.
The French open source company is battling with time to find a way out its financial crisis. The latest news is that Mandriva has enough funds to go on until mid-May.
An operating system allegedly created by members of the faceless hacktivist group Anonymous has prompted security warnings and concerns, with main group members distancing themselves from it.
Microsoft is sticking to their guns. At a Tuesday morning shareholder meeting, Steve Ballmer said that we're not in the post PC era - we're in the Windows era, with one OS behind every device.
Fedora 11, the next version of the popular Linux distribution, is due to be released on Tuesday next week, according to the Fedora Project website. The new version features better performance, increased security, and several...