Latest Operating Systems news
The end-of-support deadline for Windows XP, heavily publicized since 2007, is upon us, and hundreds of millions of PCs still run the OS
Google announced an OS for wearables in March
The move is an attempt to increase the OS' presence in those devices, where Android and iOS rule
Will we all pay the price of piracy?
How history was made...
Penultimate patches as clock reaches 11.59pm
The online learning platform is now including material from six nonacademic institutions to meet user demand
Race is on to fix the problem
VxWorks features a modular architecture and the option to run a 20KB micro-kernel
AMD is using BlueStacks dual-OS Android system and some extra code to play 'Angry Birds' on a tablet -- without touching the screen
Consumer PCs already laden with risky programs
At its Build development conference, Microsoft unveiled Windows Runtime to unify code bases for desktop and mobile Windows applications
Microsoft will use its Build developer conference to talk about innovations for its flagship OS
Nasdaq Computer index closes down for the week
Finds 26,000 compromised servers
F-Secure spells out some practical steps
The base images are managed by Red Hat and cost from $0.084 per hour
Windows XP still reigns as the most popular PC OS in the nation
Individuals and businesses sticking with the OS and suite after support ends in April face security risks, technical obsolescence, it warns
Apple has released a patch for iOS and says an OS X fix will be released 'very soon'
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