At Red Hat's annual summit, it announced that not only is it supporting a new technology for distributing server apps intact, but it will actively build onto that technology and integrate it into RHEL.
The latest data from comScore confirms the continuing trend of mobile device users steering clear of browsers and favoring apps. Is this bad?
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Technology analysts and writers imagine a world where you, your car and your toaster all have Facebook pages. Engineers see the future somewhat differently.
Surprise, there may be a biometric scanner attached to your new Samsung smartphone; and (surprise again!) there may be a system behind it that makes it work.
It's one of the first live tests of P2P communications technology using only your HTML5 browser, and if you don't watch out, it could cause nightmares.
A recent survey of TV viewers states that close to one-fifth of viewers without pay TV have abandoned it in favor of Netflix or Hulu. That may be a little much, as a veteran broadband and entertainment industry analyst confirms.
Maybe with an API platform, telcos could open up hundreds of new, niche markets for others to explore. Nah, on second thought, maybe they could just do some more exploring themselves.
The former Salesforce strategist argues that a hugely popular product with some security is more secure than a less popular product with IT administrator lockdowns.
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After years of negotiations, China Mobile finally began selling Apple's iPhone to its 776 million subscribers in January. Now, the world's largest mobile carrier probably wishes it hadn't.