Linux is both the most popular operating system and a niche end-user OS. How can that be? Follow along, my friends, and I’ll tell you.
Stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
Lately, it’s been difficult to update Windows systems without running into some showstopping bugs. WTH is going on?
How Windows is supported and sold is changing. Or should I say ‘sold’?
How much are you going to like having Microsoft in charge of your desktop?
It sure looks like it’s regretting promising 18 more months of support for Windows 10’s biggest competitor.
You may still love your Mac, but Apple doesn’t share your passion.
There’s a host of reasons why we won’t see 5G roll out in production anytime soon.
All of your arguments against desktop Linux are outdated and irrelevant.
How can the iPhone and iPad operating system keep going so wrong?
Apple’s quarterly report may look golden, but there are fundamental problems behind its billions in profit.
Well, that didn’t take long. While Microsoft claims that Windows 10 S is now a Windows 10 “mode,” the truth is that this attempted counter to Google Chrome OS has floundered.
A lot of Android virus and malware stories are hooey. Skygofree is a prime example.
Apple’s battery slowdown shenanigans are beginning to catch up with it.
The iPhone battery ripoff shows Apple for what it really is: a company determined to make bucks at your expense.
I checked them all out and then paid cash money for Google Pixel 2’s smartphone.