Two gadgets enter the ring, but only one can leave the champion! Each week Brian Tong pits two compe
I didn't have any howlers. But I was off here and there with the pace of change.
A Korean company is already offering the Smart Touch URC Andi-One, an Android device that delivers on the promise of Android@Home.
The early focus was on how the scale made possible by massive, centralized computing would change the economics of computing. It's ended up being, in large part, about something else altogether.
With the reasons that cloud computing and "devops" is forcing a change on the way we do app operations firmly established, what are some of the limits to the concept?
Hypervisors for server virtualization are being acquired today in two distinctly different ways.
A market exchange for cloud computing raises far too many thorny issues of interoperability, security, and compliance.
Zend continues to push PHP into the enterprise. The upcoming product releases are designed to help make Web applications legitimate alternatives to Java, says Andi Gutmans.
Company plans to undermine Java--and Sun--by building up a paying community around the scripting language.
Open-source representatives are both warm and cool about Microsoft's move to share its documentation and interface, if not its patents.
Version 7.10, "Gutsy Gibbon," finally brings a flashy 3D interface to the desktop edition of Ubuntu. Meanwhile, Canonical is staffing up its server effort for 2008.