In 2011, we saw, according to IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, factory revenue in the worldwide server market grew for Linux while it shrank for Windows and Unix. What I find especially interesting about this is that IDC doesn’t … Continue reading →
December 12, 2011
by sjvn01 Comments Off on Open-source webOS is dead on arrival
When HP first announced that webOS and Enyo its application framework, would live on as an open-source project I thought it might have a chance to be successful. Now, after listening to HP’s slightly more detailed plans and due consideration, … Continue reading →
December 9, 2011
by sjvn01 Comments Off on HP open-sources WebOS, but will anyone develop for it?
You know those HP TouchPads that are sale right now, the ones that didn’t look that interesting after Amazon and Barnes & Noble released their Android-powered tablets? Well, you may want to get one anyway. WebOS, its operating system, isn’t … Continue reading →
September 22, 2011
by sjvn01 Comments Off on HP: Apotheker out. Whitman in. A Hangover decision?
HP’s board appears to have sobered up. You know how it is. You get drunk, you black out, and you wake up in the morning with Leo Apotheker as your CEO. OMG! Well, it seems HP has sobered up, and … Continue reading →
August 25, 2011
by sjvn01 Comments Off on Apple without Jobs: Winners and losers
Some people are still in denial. They think that Steve Jobs retiring as Apple’s CEO won’t change Apple much. I beg to differ. I think it changes everything. Further, I think it changes far, far more than just Apple’s role … Continue reading →