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TechCrunch  Apr 11  Comment 
 In 2009 I discovered Google App Engine and fell in love. Its promise: any software developer could build web apps available to anyone, anywhere, 24/7, without having to worry about server configuration, or database setup, or OS versions, or...
Forbes  Apr 9  Comment 
Apple's policy on not updating some Mac OS X bugs means millions of PCs will have a backdoor known as "Rootpipe" in them. Everyone should update where feasible, security pros recommend. Oddly, the backdoor was an undisclosed feature in Mac OS X,...
TechCrunch  Apr 8  Comment 
 Well, damn, that was fast. Someone has already wrapped up Facebook’s new Messenger site as a standalone Mac app. It’s like having a really good, dedicated Facebook Messenger client for OS X. Read More
Motley Fool  Apr 8  Comment 
Microsoft isn’t about to give away free milk from its cash cow anytime soon.
TechCrunch  Apr 8  Comment 
 Apple’s newest iOS update is out, bringing support for over 300 new emoji, in line with the update that went out for OS X today, too. That means the new, more diverse and potentially more expressive emoticons will work across both platforms....
TechCrunch  Apr 8  Comment 
 Microsoft doesn’t want to get left behind as containers quickly change how developers write and deploy applications. Last October, the company announced that it would support Docker containers with the next release of Windows Server. Today, it...
TechCrunch  Apr 8  Comment 
 Apple has released OS X 10.10.3, a big update for its desktop OS that brings the new Photos app to the general user population. The update is available now via the App Store’s ‘Updates’ tab, and is a free download for all users of OS X....
TechCrunch  Apr 8  Comment 
Forbes  Apr 6  Comment 
Ericsson is trying to make the “telecom cloud” more open. More specifically, Ericsson is working with Canonical, the company behind commercial support for the Ubuntu operating system (OS) to try to make the “telecom cloud” more open. Even...
BBC News  Apr 1  Comment 
Google announces that a range of computer-on-a-sticks and laptops costing as low as $149 (£101) are joining its range of Chrome OS devices.
TechCrunch  Mar 31  Comment 
 A few weeks ago Google made headlines with the launch of the new Chromebook Pixel, the highest-end Chromebook on the market (and with a price to show for it). Today, the Chrome OS laptop ecosystem is launching two products that are the exact...





 


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