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  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    How do I embed a menu bar into a Gtk socket using XEmbed in C on Linux?
    Published. December 6, 2017

    I've been studying the [XEmbed protocol specification](https://standards.freedesktop.org/xembed-spec/xembed-spec-latest.html#lifecycle), as well as [Gtk reference manual](https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkSocket.html), but I'm having some difficulty. I'm using Gtk+ 3. I've created a Gtk socket, got its window ID, but that's where I'm stuck. I'm using C. If I understand this correctly, the program I'm writing that contains ......


  • Jack Erickson's Blog

    Jack Erickson's Blog

    Supercomputers
    Published. December 5, 2017

    HPC, or high-performance computing, is one of the big focus areas for semiconductors (along with mobile, automotive and IoT). The highest performance computing of all are the supercomputers. Whereas the computers we have on our laptops, smartphones, and even server farms are measured in thousands of MIPS, supercomputers are measured in thousands of teraflops, also known as petaflops. They are literally millions of times faster than everyday computers. It has been hard to define what is and is not...


  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    Supercomputers
    Published. December 5, 2017

    HPC, or high-performance computing, is one of the big focus areas for semiconductors (along with mobile, automotive and IoT). The highest performance computing of all are the supercomputers. Whereas the computers we have on our laptops, smartphones, and even server farms are measured in thousands of MIPS, supercomputers are measured in thousands of teraflops, also known as petaflops. They are literally millions of times faster than everyday computers. It has been hard to define what is and is not...


  • Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Supercomputers
    Published. December 5, 2017

    HPC, or high-performance computing, is one of the big focus areas for semiconductors (along with mobile, automotive and IoT). The highest performance computing of all are the supercomputers. Whereas the computers we have on our laptops, smartphones, and even server farms are measured in thousands of MIPS, supercomputers are measured in thousands of teraflops, also known as petaflops. They are literally millions of times faster than everyday computers. It has been hard to define what is and is not...


  • Michael Jacobs Blog

    Michael Jacobs Blog

    Supercomputers
    Published. December 5, 2017

    HPC, or high-performance computing, is one of the big focus areas for semiconductors (along with mobile, automotive and IoT). The highest performance computing of all are the supercomputers. Whereas the computers we have on our laptops, smartphones, and even server farms are measured in thousands of MIPS, supercomputers are measured in thousands of teraflops, also known as petaflops. They are literally millions of times faster than everyday computers. It has been hard to define what is and is not...


  • Tom Anderson's Blog

    Tom Anderson's Blog

    Supercomputers
    Published. December 5, 2017

    HPC, or high-performance computing, is one of the big focus areas for semiconductors (along with mobile, automotive and IoT). The highest performance computing of all are the supercomputers. Whereas the computers we have on our laptops, smartphones, and even server farms are measured in thousands of MIPS, supercomputers are measured in thousands of teraflops, also known as petaflops. They are literally millions of times faster than everyday computers. It has been hard to define what is and is not...


  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft's Edge browsing apps generally available for iOS, Android
    Published. November 30, 2017

    Microsoft is continuing to bang the Windows 10 'Continue on PC' drum with its Edge browser apps for iOS and Android....


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Workshop sees the RISC-V ecosystem expand
    Published. December 1, 2017

    The RISC-V workshop in California at the end of November 2017 provided the opportunity for Western Digital to commit its own work on processors for internal use to the open-source architecture and for the ecosystem of off-the-shelf cores and tools to expand....


  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: SimpleLink™ MCU platform now supports new Amazon FreeRTOS
    Published. November 29, 2017

    Today, at Re:Invent in Las Vegas, Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced a new cloud-native Internet of Things (IoT) operating system for microcontrollers (MCUs) called Amazon FreeRTOS. Amazon FreeRTOS is built around the FreeRTOS kernel, a popular open-source operating system for MCUs that makes low-powered edge nodes easier to program, enable, connect and monitor. Providing a common operating system for MCU-based devices, Amazon FreeRTOS also includes software libraries that in the future will make...


  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source

    From Linux to Cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise
    Published. November 29, 2017

    Today, Red Hat dominates enterprise Linux. Tomorrow, it wants to rule the cloud. Don't bet against it....


  • Open Source Initiative blogs

    Open Source Initiative blogs

    Open Yet Closed
    Published. November 14, 2017

    In these days of code that no single mind can grasp, it's hard to see how software freedom is present when there's no realistic community access to source code.In the early days of Free Software, it was a safe assumption that anyone using a computer had coding skills of some sort -- even if only for shell scripts. As a consequence, many advocates of Free Software, despite a strong focus on user freedoms, had a high tolerance for software that made source available under free terms without providing...


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Newegg releases 2017 Black Friday ad with laptop, desktop PC, tablet deals
    Published. November 12, 2017

    The online tech superstore will start its sale early on November 20 with a pair of $169.99 Asus Chromebooks and a $219 Huawei MediaPad M3 Android tablet special....


  • Barr Code

    Barr Code

    New BlueBorne Security Flaw Affects Embedded Systems Running Linux
    Published. October 16, 2017

    A major security flaw in the Bluetooth communications protocol was recently discovered and has since been confirmed as exploitable in the real world. It is important that designers of embedded systems are aware of this security issue potentially affecting their products. So-called “BlueBorne” is an attack that can be performed over the air against an […]...


  • Barr Code

    Barr Code

    New BlueBorne Security Flaw Affects Embedded Systems Running Linux
    Published. October 16, 2017

    A major security flaw in the Bluetooth communications protocol was recently discovered and has since been confirmed as exploitable in the real world. It is important that designers of embedded systems are aware of this security issue potentially affecting their products. So-called “BlueBorne” is an attack that can be performed over the air against an […]...


  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    How to Get to a Trillion Devices in the Internet of Things in 2035
    Published. September 12, 2017

    Next month at Arm TechCon, one of the key discussion topics with be the internet of things (IoT), especially after Masayoshi Son, Arm's "parent" Softbank’s CEO, took the stage last year and boldly predicted that “more important, in the next 20 years, we will see 1 trillion internet of things devices.” So that means 1 trillion devices in 2035. That’s not too far in the future! Are we on the right track? Well, let’s first clearly identify the target and put it in perspective....


  • Otaku, Cedric's weblog

    Otaku, Cedric's weblog

    I am the reason for Hungarian notation in Android
    Published. July 17, 2017

    I am the reason for Hungarian notation in Android You know, this: private String mName; That’s because of me. There, I said it. It’s my fault. This topic comes up on a regular basis and more recently, this reddit discussion reminded me that I had never really explained how this notation came about and also, […]...


  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman Blog

    Specman in Xcelium
    Published. March 6, 2017

    Just recently Cadence announced the new superb simulator, Xcelium . Just as Specman was part of the previous simulator, IES, it is now part of Xcelium. As always, we keep enhancing and developing Specman, and the new Specman release, now part of Xcelium, contains great new capabilities. The focus in the last year was on tools that will enable you, the verification experts, to create easy to use powerful verification environments. Here are some of the highlights of Specman 16.11 (aka “First Xcelium”)....


  • scalability.org

    scalability.org

    Best comment I’ve seen in a bug report about a tool
    Published. March 16, 2017

    So … gnome-terminal has been my standard cli interface on linux GUIs for a while. I can’t bring myself to use KDE for any number of reasons. Gnome itself went in strange directions, so I’ve been using Cinnamon atop Mint and Debian 8. Ok, Debian 8. Gnome-terminal. Some things missing when you right mouse button […]...


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    EEVblog #964 – Mailbag
    Published. January 17, 2017

    Mailbag is back for 2017 Forum HERE SPOILERS: Educational kits from TronClub Electro-permanent magnet for UAV’s and drones from NicaDrone Cisco VOIP phone teardown 1980’s GE Cordeless phone teardown Open source USB charger STM32 Development board Max Chan is for HIRE...


  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog

    3 Reasons That the Semiconductor Clouds Are Gathering
    Published. October 18, 2016

    With cloud technology going vertical, everything is changing. The world is connected like never before—managing and processing large amount of data, every single second. Augmented/Virtual Reality is the latest game changer, even in its early stage of development and proliferation. The gathering of semiconductor experts at CDNLive Israel confirmed these and other trends are impacting everything from IP to tools to business models. Interconnect in datacenters is moving from copper and electrons to...


  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    3 Reasons That the Semiconductor Clouds Are Gathering
    Published. October 18, 2016

    With cloud technology going vertical, everything is changing. The world is connected like never before—managing and processing large amount of data, every single second. Augmented/Virtual Reality is the latest game changer, even in its early stage of development and proliferation. The gathering of semiconductor experts at CDNLive Israel confirmed these and other trends are impacting everything from IP to tools to business models. Interconnect in datacenters is moving from copper and electrons...


  • Adam Sherer Blog

    Adam Sherer Blog

    Cadence and AMD Add New UVM Multi-Language Features
    Published. February 4, 2014

    The UVM Multi-Language Open Architecture open-source library was recently updated with new features. The hallmarks of this solution continue to be the ability to integrate verification components of multiple languages and methodologies at the testbench level, expanding beyond simple connectivity at the more limited data level, and the multi-vendor support. Interestingly, multi-language is a bit of a misnomer – the critical part of the name is Open Architecture. For sure, this industry has verification...


  • Ran Avinun's Blog

    Ran Avinun's Blog

    Why the Demand for Acceleration and Emulation is Growing
    Published. February 14, 2011

    The dream of any marketer is a growing demand for its product line. Let me start this blog by quoting the System Realization (part of the Cadence EDA360 strategy) section from the transcript of the recent (Q4) Cadence earnings call. "In April (2010), we introduced the Verification Computing Platform, enabling emulation, acceleration, and simulation all on one single platform. Customers who are designing SoCs at 40nm and below find this product necessary to meet the time-to-market and quality...


  • MyEclipse

    MyEclipse

    Creating a Custom Eclipse Sapphire Editor to Edit Two XML Files Simultaneously
    Published. March 1, 2016

    In previous articles, we’ve learned how to perform relatively simple Eclipse Sapphire customizations. Let’s try out something more complex. We’ll be creating one more editor for the android resources. This time our editor will handle not only color resources, but also another node representing string resources which are stored in another file, strings.xml.PrerequisitesOf course, you […] The post Creating a Custom Eclipse Sapphire Editor to Edit Two XML Files Simultaneously appeared first...


  • Joel on Software

    Joel on Software

    Introducing HyperDev
    Published. January 1, 1970

    One more thing… It’s been awhile since we launched a whole new product at Fog Creek Software (the last one was Trello, and that’s doing pretty well). Today we’re announcing the public beta of HyperDev, a developer playground for building full-stack web-apps fast. HyperDev is going to be the fastest way to bang out code and get it running on the internet. We want to eliminate 100% of the complicated administrative details around getting code up and running on a website. The best way to explain...


  • Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    You Can Finally Know How Much Energy That New Refrigerator Saves
    Published. April 15, 2016

    New open-source platform will measure the actual benefits, rather than the projected savings, associated with building upgrades....


  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Windows XP and Win32 - the Platform of the Future!
    Published. October 7, 2013

    Over the past decade I often wondered why anyone uses Windows.  It's just so... proprietary.  And pedestrian.  As I grew up my OS of choice went nothing to CPM to DOS (on Apple ][), GEM on Atari ST,  MS-DOS, DOS extenders, Mac OS, Windows NT, Windows XP, Linux...  Now, I again find myself a fan of Windows XP, the platform of the future.  (I am still a fan of bare......


  • Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software Enables Safe, Secure CarPlay and Android Auto in the Connected Car
    Published. January 1, 1970

    INTEGRITY Multivisor Securely Consolidates Safety- and Security-Critical Functions with AllGo's RACE Smartphone Connectivity...


  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Low-Power Wireless Bus (LWB)
    Published. December 15, 2015

    We are happy to announce the open-source release of the Low-power Wireless Bus (LWB), a communication protocol for low-power wireless embedded systems. By mapping all communication onto network-wide Glossy floods, LWB lets low-power wireless nodes communicate as if they were connected to a shared bus, thus hiding the complexity of the underlying multi-hop topology from […]...


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana's Weekly News Roundup, Ed 17
    Published. November 13, 2015

    To summarize many of these articles, there is a "lack of priority in mobile security." (see first article below) As mobile devices become more integrated into our daily lives, it is essential we address the problems that lack of proper security poses to our personal and professional lives.  Both Apple and Android well as many apps that run on those platforms have proven security risks and flaws. ...


  • The Java Posse

    The Java Posse

    Java Posse #461
    Published. February 7, 2015

    So long… and thanks for all the awesome! Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com   The Last Ever episode of the Java Posse, recorded in front of a live audience at Devoxx, several months ago.   Video version on www.parleys.com (recommended as there’s lots of visual action)   For follow up news, please subscribe to http://www.voxxed.com/ news, where we will announce any updates about former posse members as they live out their rock and roll retirement, trashing...


  • The Moth

    The Moth

    Speaking at VSLive! and Registration Discount Code
    Published. July 9, 2015

    Save $500 and use my special discount code (RDSPKMS) to register for Visual Studio Live! I'll be presenting the following keynote Title: Visual Studio 2015 – Any App, Any Developer Abstract: First you’ll take a brief tour of how Visual Studio caters to any development need, regardless of programming language choice, or type of app that you are building. Then you’ll see demos of the productivity gains you can enjoy with your existing or new code. Last, you’ll see the recent progress...


  • NextGenLog

    NextGenLog

    #NEWS: "Can Texas Instruments Obsolete the FPGA Industry?" #Semiconductors
    Published. May 7, 2015


  • Sandro Groganz, Open Source Marketing Consultant

    Sandro Groganz, Open Source Marketing Consultant

    Just Released My Open Source Campaign Management Software
    Published. October 6, 2014

    It’s been very quiet on my blog for a long time. The reason being that I’ve been tinkering with and then building a software product for the past 9 months. As a marketing consultant for open-source vendors, I’ve been closely Continue reading →...


  • Team Verify's Blog

    Team Verify's Blog

    DVCon 2012 Preview: Focus on Formal & ABV Events and Papers
    Published. February 14, 2012

    In a few short weeks DVCon 2012 will be upon us ( Feb. 27 - March 1 in San Jose ), and Team Verify and our colleagues on the Incisive Verification team will be there in force supporting tutorials, panels, papers, and of course the afternoon expo with our partners. Focusing on the formal and assertion-based verification (ABV) aspects of this show, here are the highlights to seek out: * On Tuesday February 28, there is a whole session focused on "Formal Techniques". Of particular interest...


  • Rainer Makowitz << The Embedded Beat

    Rainer Makowitz << The Embedded Beat

    Top 3 reasons your car won’t get hacked (today)
    Published. November 7, 2011

    By Rainer Makowitz — After the malware attacks on mobile devices running the Android operating system, speculations about automotive viruses have soared again. Compared to IT and telecom, the plague of car viruses has not (yet) arrived in the automotive industry. Open networks appeared in IT in 1985, and appeared in telecom 15 years later. […]...


  • Simon Phipp's Blog

    Simon Phipp's Blog

    LibreOffice cash-for-code strategy tests open source ethic
    Published. September 12, 2014

    The Document Foundation's tender for the development of an Android implementation of LibreOffice begs serious questions, namely: Can an influx of cash into open source code creation succeed, and how do pay-for-code plays from nread more...


  • Verification Horizons Blog

    Verification Horizons Blog

    Accellera Approves UVM 1.2
    Published. July 9, 2014

    Accellera has announced the completion of a multi-year effort to update its latest edition of the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM).  In completing this effort, the UVM 1.2 Class Reference Document was approved as an Accellera standard and the UVM Working Group has supplied an accompanying open-source reference implementation.  Questa supports UVM 1.2. In addition to […]...


  • John Day

    John Day

    Mentor – Once Again – Expands its Automotive Electronics Design Portfolio
    Published. July 8, 2014

    This week Mentor Graphics acquired XS Embedded GmbH (XSe), described as a technology leader in creating automotive system architectures and hardware reference platforms. Its forte is accelerating system design and verification by providing automotive-grade hardware and software to reduce the time to start of production (SOP). The faster the better. “By combining Mentor’s Android, hypervisor, […]...


  • A View From the Top

    A View From the Top

    Linux and the Big Bad Wolf
    Published. June 25, 2014

    Guest blog by Achim Nohl With great interest, I am following any news around the progress of Linaro and the Linux kernel community with regard to addressing all the requirements for an ARMv8 64bit server software stack. Well established standards, such as the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) and Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) […]...


  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Part 2: LynuxWorks becomes Lynx Software Technologies
    Published. June 9, 2014

    LynuxWorks reboots to real time roots as “Lynux Software Technologies”. In this Part 2 of 3, I editorialize three companies in the embedded market that are changing or enhancing their strategies. What you need to know…and why they’re doing it. For … Continue reading →...


  • The Standards Game

    The Standards Game

    A major milestone – new variation standard established for Liberty
    Published. January 22, 2014

    Here’s to the New Year 2014 for The Standards Game, and kudos to all for your accomplishments in 2013. 2013 proved to be a fruitful year for the Liberty Technical Advisory Board (LTAB), an IEEE-ISTO industry standards board, which guides the open-source Liberty™ library modeling standard, an important and essential component to the chip design […]...


  • Chris Gamell's Analog Life

    Chris Gamell's Analog Life

    As big as…space
    Published. April 28, 2014

    One function of my new part time job is to help send a hardware hacker to space, rewarding them for developing open source hardware. I'm super excited to finally be allowed talk about it....


  • Rands In Repose

    Rands In Repose

    If You Happen to Building a New Operating System…
    Published. April 6, 2014

    You could do a lot worse than the design for webOS. The team recently released a wiki full of documents, design assets, and working samples to the open source community. Gorgeous examples of flat design.#...


  • Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    The Power of Open Source
    Published. December 18, 2012

    Sometimes open source can be a misunderstood part of the software industry – is it made up of developers that are working for free? Or are these developers getting a free education?  Do we have any idea how many people are developing using open source? A recent article by analyst house Forrester showed that five […]...


  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Open-source financing
    Published. December 2, 2013

    What’s your favorite open source financing project?...


  • Anablog

    Anablog

    Open-source financing
    Published. December 2, 2013

    What’s your favorite open source financing project?...


  • Now Hear This!

    Now Hear This!

    Open-source financing
    Published. December 2, 2013

    What’s your favorite open source financing project?...


  • Practical Chip Design

    Practical Chip Design

    Open-source financing
    Published. December 2, 2013

    What’s your favorite open source financing project?...


  • Critical Links

    Critical Links

    Open-source financing
    Published. December 2, 2013

    What’s your favorite open source financing project?...


  • Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    Powerful Combination for the Future of Computing: FOSS and Cloud
    Published. November 14, 2013

    The Open Source Summit in Hong Kong last week demonstrates the power of the open source methodology and the OpenStack community. The Summit was the first OpenStack Foundation conference outside of the United States and attracted over 3,000 attendees from over 50 countries (significantly more than the Summit in Portland). OpenStack has grown [...]...


  • FPGA Blog

    FPGA Blog

    ePC-K7 Embedded Computer Supports Kintex 7 325/410, Spartan 6 FPGAs
    Published. September 26, 2013

    Innovative Integration announced the ePC-K7 user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument. The ePC-K7 embedded computer is a full Windows/Linux PC. It supports programmable Kintex 7 325/410 and Spartan 6 FPGAs and a wide variety of FMC modules. The ePC-K7 features a modular IO, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture. The embedded system reduces time-to-market. Read […]...


  • McAfee Labs

    McAfee Labs

    Aggressive Ad Module Scans Android Apps
    Published. September 9, 2013

    During our routine patrols of popular marketplaces offering Android applications we recently came across some suspicious applications hosted on the popular Google Play. The applications are distributed as hacking tools, utility tools, and pornographic apps by different developers. Here are images for a few of them: Suspicious applications on Google Play. These apps seem to Read more......


  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    Synopsys Debuts DesignWare HDMI 2.0 TX/RX IP Solutions
    Published. September 9, 2013

    Synopsys introduced their DesignWare HDMI 2.0 TX/RX IP solutions. The DesignWare HDMI 2.0 IP solution includes controller, PHY, and example Linux drivers. The solution reduce designers’ integration risk and time-to-market. The DesignWare HDMI 2.0 RX/TX Controller and PHY IP are available now in 28-nm process nodes from multiple foundries. Read more: Synopsys Debuts DesignWare HDMI [...]...


  • Daniel Cazzulino's Blog

    Daniel Cazzulino's Blog

    Contributing to OSS projects made easy
    Published. August 20, 2013

    I recently came across what I believe is a missing feature (bug?) in Json.NET most excellent library: when using custom constructor, default values are not populated for properties Being open source, I just went to its GitHub project, created the mentioned Issue, and proceeded to fork the repo. Immediately after getting the source and opening [...]...


  • Daniel Cazzulino's Blog

    Daniel Cazzulino's Blog

    Contributing to OSS projects made easy
    Published. August 20, 2013

    I recently came across what I believe is a missing feature (bug?) in Json.NET most excellent library: when using custom constructor, default values are not populated for properties Being open source, I just went to its GitHub project, created the mentioned Issue, and proceeded to fork the repo. Immediately after getting the source and opening [...]...


  • Everything USB

    Everything USB

    Leef USB Bridge Shares Files Between Android & PC the Old-fashioned Way
    Published. June 27, 2013


  • Everything USB

    Everything USB

    Leef USB Bridge Shares Files Between Android & PC the Old-fashioned Way
    Published. June 27, 2013


  • Always On Real

    Always On Real

    Mobile Breakfast Series: Seattle
    Published. June 3, 2013

    We are gearing up for our Mobile Breakfast Series Discussion on 6/11. There was a recent global developer survey and HTML5 ranked a close third behind Android and iOS as the platform of choice for mobile developers around the globe. We saw the same results in our annual industry predictions survey with developers favoring HTML5 [...]...


  • Dana Gardner's BriefingsDirect

    Dana Gardner's BriefingsDirect

    Fighting in the cloud service orientation wars
    Published. March 12, 2013

    Big players are now involved in open source and cloud services orchestration and they're placing increasingly large bets....


  • Ed Burnette's Dev Connection

    Ed Burnette's Dev Connection

    PlayFirst abandons PC/Mac market for greener mobile pastures
    Published. October 9, 2012

    PlayFirst calls it quits on PC and Mac, doubling down on iOS and Android instead. Flo fans will just have to go buy a tablet to get their daily dash on....


  • To USB or not to USB

    To USB or not to USB

    An explanation of the USB Video Class (UVC)
    Published. December 7, 2012

    At IDF, I talked with Terry Moore, CEO of MCCI.  He explained the USB Video Class (UVC). Video Class, in this case, means moving video from a web camera or digital video camera to another device like a display, or PC, or game console. UVC is built into Windows, Mac OX, Linux, FreeBSD, and the [...]...


  • EEBeat

    EEBeat

    Twitter’s Heartbeat and the Human Condition
    Published. December 4, 2012

    Using Twitter a day will keep the doctor away. That’s right, forget having that daily apple, your health may very well be improved simply by using Twitter through well…. Apple. And it’s all account of engineers. What am I talking about? Well, since Twitter is built on open source software, Twitter engineers use, contribute to [...]...


  • Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Open Source and the Mobile Applications Gold Rush
    Published. September 2, 2011

    Since the launch of the Apple iPhone App Store in July 2008, the focus on investment in mobile/wireless has shifted from handsets for their own sake to a near obsession with mobile phones as applications platforms, and to building and marketing applications for them. Apple didn’t invent the applications store concept – handset manufacturer Palm [...]...


  • BCL Team Blog

    BCL Team Blog

    MEF and TPL Dataflow NuGet Packages for .NET Framework 4.5 RC [Nick]
    Published. May 30, 2012

    If you’ve installed the .NET Framework 4.5 RC, you may have noticed some differences between this prerelease and the .NET Framework 4.5 Beta. One of the changes we made was to move two libraries to an independent distribution model via NuGet. Many of you sent us feedback about the frustration of waiting for a full product cycle to get small changes. By changing the distribution model, we are taking our first steps toward meeting this challenge. We expect this will enable us to invest in these...


  • Fusion

    Fusion

    Announcing AMD AppZone Player, Powered by BlueStacks
    Published. September 27, 2012

    BlueStacks' powered AMD AppZone Player brings Android apps to Windows based PCs Continue reading...





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