February 11, 2015
Comments Off on Can CyanogenMod phones challenge iPhones and Android smartphones?
Cyanogen, the company behind CyanogenMod, started small. It began as a group of developers that wanted to produce a high-quality alternative Android firmware. Today, it still stands behind a great Android alternative, but its ambitions now go so high as … Continue reading
March 5, 2014
Comments Off on Red Hat Linux now available on Amazon’s secure federal cloud
It took its own sweet time, but Red Hat Enterprise Linux is finally available in the secure AWS GovCloud (US) region of Amazon Web Services (AWS). This is a major move for Red Hat in entering the world of secure … Continue reading
December 5, 2013
Comments Off on Amazon Drone: Stunt or service?
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the town Not a creature was stirring, not e’en UPS brown. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that Amazon Drones soon would be there. Seriously, Jeff Bezos? … Continue reading
September 26, 2013
Comments Off on What’s what with Amazon’s Fire OS 3.x
Believe it or not, the most popular Android tablets are Amazon Kindle Fire devices. And, if you’re still thinking of the Kindle Fire line as just being a fancy e-reader, think again. Its new operating system, Fire OS 3.0 “Mojito” … Continue reading
August 14, 2013
Comments Off on Where does OpenStack go from here?
Businesses love OpenStack. After only three years, OpenStack corporate backers and users now include Cisco, Red Hat, Rackspace, IBM, Intel, HP, etc., etc. You get the idea. That’s all very nice and well, but where does OpenStack go from here? … Continue reading