July 18, 2012
Comments Off on New life for the Open Source Initiative
Portland, OR: There was a time that everyone in the Linux and open-source world knew about the Open Source Initiative (OSI). It was, and still is, the group which manages the Open Source Definition. This is the core open-source defining … Continue reading
November 9, 2011
Comments Off on Flash is dead. Long live HTML5.
Adobe’s love affair with its Flash format has come to an end. Oh sure, Adobe said they were just killing development on mobile browser Flash in favor of HTML5, but seriously, do you think, that they’ll keep working on Flash … Continue reading
October 26, 2011
Comments Off on Consumer Electronics Linux Initiative Starts
Many people use Linux every day and never know it. Indeed, they’re often using Linux without even knowing they’re using a computing device. For years now, Linux has been the operating system of choice for Digital Video Recorders (DVR)s, DVD … Continue reading
March 23, 2011
Comments Off on Openflow: Internet 3.0?
If it’s not broke, then don’t fix it. I may make a living on the cutting edge of technology, but I like that advice. Now, just as we’re finally switching from IPv4 to IPv6 for the Internet’s master protocol, the … Continue reading
March 8, 2011
Comments Off on Chrome 10: Close to a perfect Web Browser 10
I’ve liked the Google Chrome Web browser since it first showed up in 2008. Today, with the slipstream release of Chrome 10, I may finally be ready to retire all my other Web browsers. The reason I’m considering doing this … Continue reading