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August 23, 2019
How China became a hero in open source

How China became a hero in open source

[ad_1] China’s 10th five-year plan made software a priority, but Android made open source software a reality. Image: BirgitKorber, Getty Images/iStockphoto China was once a relative […]
August 21, 2019
US Open 2019: When the matches start, how to watch and more

US Open 2019: When the matches start, how to watch and more

[ad_1] Winner of 16 Grand Slam titles, Novak Djokovic is the defending US Open champion. Tim Clayton/Corbis The 2019 tennis season is drawing to a close. […]
August 13, 2019
Google wants Project Zero to be part of an open alliance

Google wants Project Zero to be part of an open alliance

[ad_1] LAS VEGAS — Five years and more than 1,600 vulnerability disclosures after Project Zero was formed, Google is looking to expand the organization through alliances […]
August 10, 2019
15 clever ways to open a beer without a bottle opener

15 clever ways to open a beer without a bottle opener

[ad_1] Pry that cap off with a spoon. Derek Poore/CNET You’ve had a long day in this sweltering heat and all you want is to pop […]
May 31, 2019
Why a "closed" open source project may be just what a community needs

Why a “closed” open source project may be just what a community needs

[ad_1] Open source projects like Go get flak for being closed to outside contributors, but this may have less to do with Google and more to […]
February 6, 2019
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How to Open a Windows Command Prompt

[ad_1] The Windows Command Prompt is a Windows shell that allows you to execute command by typing them in and pressing enter on the keyboard.  Stemming […]
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