Patch Tuesday Release Addresses IE, USB Vulnerabilities
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 13, 2013
This month's security update from Microsoft patches 20 bugs.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, security vulnerabilities, Internet Explorer, Patch Tuesday, USB
Ubuntu: What They're Doing Right and Wrong
By Matt Hartley | Article Published February 04, 2013
The Linux distribution does a great job with peripheral detection, community, easy backup, the Software Center and more.
Tags: open source, Linux, software, Ubuntu, malware, Wi-Fi, backup, USB, peripherals, community
Microsoft Blog: Windows 8 to Support USB 3.0
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published August 23, 2011
Microsoft says native USB 3.0 will be an integral part of Windows 8.
Tags: Microsoft, Windows 8, USB
Problems Linux Enthusiasts Refuse to Address
By Matt Hartley | Article Published April 04, 2011
A Linux expert points out the nagging problems that keep the open source desktop from wide adoption.
Tags: open source, Linux, wireless, Linux desktop, USB
Improving Your Android Phone: 10 Tips
By Kenny Schiff | Article Published October 27, 2010
Your Android phone can be faster and more efficient with these hardware and software tips.
Tags: Android, mobile, android apps, mobile apps, USB
Windows 7 Tips: Getting Started
By Eric Geier | Article Published October 12, 2009
A guide to installing Windows 7 from a USB flash drive, changing the default browser, disabling the InPrivate Browsing ability, and more.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, Vista, Windows 7, USB
USB Keys: Big Danger for Companies
By Alex Goldman | Article Published July 09, 2009
Computer security experts says that USB keys pose a major challenge to enterprise data.
Tags: Microsoft, Vista, FTC, USB, Storage