Two stories appeared today that are worth talking about. One deals with Apple and its success in the market place. And one deals with Linux. They each have different marketing […]
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Apple’s iPhone is one of a kind. All the latest models of Android phones are lagging way behind this new release, especially when it comes to the App Store and […]
With multi-touch gesture support absolutely everywhere now, it was only a matter of time before the largest Linux distributor, Ubuntu, announced it’s inclusion in their next version. Now their founder […]
The Ubuntu Software Library is similar to the iPhone App Store or the Android Market, at least from a user perspective. Here, you open it up, browse or search through a variety of applications categories, and download the ones that you want to try. Sound familiar?
Previous versions of the Chrome, were not as solid as some of the competitors. But this one looks like it can stand on equal footing with Firefox.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 works with virtual, physical, and cloud computing. It addresses technology shifts that are taking place in the modern IT environment. There are new and updated core technologies, ranging from the kernel to the application infrastructure and even to the development toolchain.
Red Star is the Linux like Operating system with a Windows7 GUI. It also has an OpenOffice like office suite, and a FireFox like browser named My Country. Other features include an e-mail client called Pigeon. Also developed by North Korea software engineers are a firewall called Pyongyang Fortress and an antivirus program called Woodpecker. These are just the kind of programs every dictatorship needs.
Indian Startup PathPartner Seeks To Put Android In Every Conceivable Media Device And Home Appliance
It was the middle of January last month, just after CES had given over, when I was contacted by a certain Mr. Vinay MK about their Android based project called […]
Nokia has just started selling two new mega phones – the N900 and the X6. And the way they represent Nokia right now is very interesting. The Maemo5 running N900 […]
After many months of anxious waiting and speculation Google revealed the preview edition of its upcoming Cloud based OS named Chrome. It has created considerable buzz in the industry and […]
Alright, so now that the Chrome OS is finally out, we can see how different they are. We also are reading about the many ways it can come together with […]
No, there is no evidence that suggests this and Symbian is far too large to drop altogether. Still, there are several factors that might push Maemo into the future and […]
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