Archive for February, 2011

RSA Conference recap: securing cloud computing and prepping for cyber-war – News – Linux for Devices

February 23, 2011

RSA Conference recap: securing cloud computing and prepping for cyber-war – News – Linux for Devices.

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February 22, 2011

WLAN chip set shipments projected to double

February 20, 2011

WLAN chip set shipments projected to double.

Smart Grid: The evolution of Silver Spring Networks (and what it means to the rest of us)

February 16, 2011

Smart Grid: The evolution of Silver Spring Networks (and what it means to the rest of us).

The Cisco Connection: Cisco invests in home automator | Network World

February 16, 2011

The Cisco Connection: Cisco invests in home automator | Network World.

Control4’s EMS 100 system includes an energy controller, a touchscreen interface that provides data on energy consumption and cost, a wireless thermostat, and associated software for all components.

Android-based Cloud handsets focus on Facebook – News – Linux for Devices

February 11, 2011

Android-based Cloud handsets focus on Facebook – News – Linux for Devices.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg denied his company would ever produce a phone, but acknowledged it could work with hardware makers to get the Facebook experience right on handsets. This statement now appears to describe what took place with for the INQ Cloud Touch and Cloud Q smartphones.

VMware VAAI Storage Array Support in Plain English

February 10, 2011

VMware VAAI Storage Array Support in Plain English.

the storage anarchist: 3.020: reality check vsp vaai support

February 10, 2011

the storage anarchist: 3.020: reality check vsp vaai support.

Android 2.4 ships in April with dual-core support, report claims – News – Linux for Devices

February 9, 2011

Viewsonic’s upcoming 4.1-inch ViewPad 4 smartphone will run Android 2.4, says an industry report. Due in April, this operating system upgrade will add dual-core support, and will have the same Gingerbread” nickname as the apparently short-lived Android 2.3, according to the U.K. website Pocket Lint.

Android 2.4 ships in April with dual-core support, report claims – News – Linux for Devices.

Swear off 3Gbps SATA and we’ll feed your our chips, Intel says – News – Linux for Devices

February 8, 2011

Swear off 3Gbps SATA and we’ll feed your our chips, Intel says – News – Linux for Devices.