"Mac" tag

Getting Started with the MinnowBoard

With the embedded market being flooded with open source hardware boards, it’s tough finding one that not only suits your budget, computing power needs, etc, but is also backed by a strong community,…

35 Open Source Apps for Mac Users

Yes, you read that right. No matter what the warlords at Apple may tell you, you can run open source apps even if you are using Mac OS, which itself is closed source….

Richard M. Stallman

An Interview with Richard Stallman on Freedom, Android, Amazon, Facebook, Steve Jobs…

Any government that tells people to teach proprietary software is essentially delivering the country into the hands of a company. Before you even speak a word before RMS (as Richard M Stallman is…

Cyber Attack

Cyber Attacks Explained: Network Sniffing

In earlier articles in this series, we have explored denial of service attacks and packet spoofing. This month, let us focus on a wider hacking approach called network sniffing, which is very commonly…

Oops, am under attack, again!

Cyber Attacks Explained: DoS and DDoS

With this article, we begin a new series on the major kinds of cyber attacks that weaken the IT security infrastructure within organisations. With the rapid spread of Internet technologies and applications, the…

Linux Virtualisation Roundup

VMWare Player, VirtualBox, KVM: Finding Virtualisation Software that Fits

This article is intended to guide users in choosing the best virtualisation solution for themselves. According to Wikipedia: “Virtualisation, in computing, is the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something,…

Google’s OS: Just A Chrome Polish or Is There Some Metal Inside Too?

Google has announced the development of the Chrome OS. For the first time, this search engine giant has taken its archrival Microsoft head-on. But the emergence of Google as an omnipresent player could also have a flip side.

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