Archiwum z Wrzesień 2012

Webopedia Term of the Day: What is Software Defined Data Center?

niedziela, 30 Wrzesień 2012

Webopedia: The software-defined data center is considered by many to be the next step in the evolution of virtualization and cloud computing.

Government support of open source falls short

sobota, 29 Wrzesień 2012

InfoWorld: These moves on both sides of the Atlantic reflect a maturing understanding of the importance of open source and open innovation.

Android better market share but iPhone apps preferred

sobota, 29 Wrzesień 2012

Phones Review: Today we have news for you of a really interesting insight about Android and iPhone apps that comes from a tech enthusiast and Android user.

Cotton Candy Tiny Linux PC Joins a Crowd of Them

sobota, 29 Wrzesień 2012

OSTATIC: While the Cotton Candy Linux-on-a-stick devices are still characterized as developer-focused, a new online post makes clear that they have moved to production.

Ubuntu Gnome beta is out and is ready for (ab)use!

sobota, 29 Wrzesień 2012

WoGue: Is it ready for use? The short answer is NO.

Tech Comics: "Wireless Relationships"

sobota, 29 Wrzesień 2012

 Datamation: The connection in certain personal relationships can be as touch-and-go as a poor wireless signal.

Steam for Linux Enters Internal Beta in October

sobota, 29 Wrzesień 2012

Tom’s Hardware: The company posted in its blog on Wednesday, stating its internal beta testing will begin next week.

The Document Foundation and Open Source LibreOffice Enter Year Three

piątek, 28 Wrzesień 2012

InternetNews: From the ‘Forks That Work’ files:

10 Best Android apps this week

piątek, 28 Wrzesień 2012

theguardian: There’s some good stuff though, from Google’s brand new location app to second-screen startup Zeebox’s Stateside debut.

AppNeta Releases Unified Solution for Performance Management

piątek, 28 Wrzesień 2012

Performance management in a dynamic, distributed, multi-tier application is tricky. AppNeta believes its TraceView has the answer. AppNeta’s TraceView is limited to following a small set of application platforms and faces stiff competition from others having broader product capabiliites.

Performance management in a dynamic, distributed, multi-tier application is tricky. AppNeta believes its TraceView has the answer. AppNeta’s TraceView is limited to following a small set of application platforms and faces stiff competition from others having broader product capabiliites.

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