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Cinnamon Desktop Spices Up RoboLinux Raptor

Sat, 2018-05-19 14:00
RoboLinux is a unique distro that focuses on incorporating Windows versions XP through 10 within a fully functional Linux operating system. You might never need the Stealth VM features that let you easily install and run Microsoft Windows within most any Linux distro. Still, RoboLinux is a topnotch general purpose Linux computing platform that comes with a choice of leading desktop environments. RoboLinux creates a cloned Drive C from a Windows partition and installs your favorite Windows version with all of your costly Windows software running in a virtual machine.

Open Source Is Everywhere and So Are Vulnerabilities, Says Black Duck Report

Tue, 2018-05-15 14:00
Black Duck by Synopsys has released the 2018 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis report, which details new concerns about software vulnerabilities amid a surge in the use of open source components in both proprietary and open source software. The report provides an in-depth look at the state of open source security, license compliance and code-quality risk in commercial software. That view shows consistent growth over the last year, with the Internet of Things and other spaces showing similar problems.

Android P Tackles Phone Addiction, Distraction

Thu, 2018-05-10 14:00
Google has revealed some major new features in the next version of its Android operating system for mobile devices. Now in public beta, the OS known as "Android P" includes features designed to address growing concerns about phone addiction and distraction. For example, a dashboard will show users how often, when and for how long they use each application on their phone. What's more, they can set time limits on usage. With the help of artificial intelligence, Android P also will watch how a user handles notifications.

OpenShift Brings Full Cross-Platform Flexibility to Azure Cloud

Thu, 2018-05-10 14:00
Microsoft and Red Hat introduced OpenShift on Azure at Red Hat Summit 2018 in San Francisco. This release is the first fully managed, easy-to-use version of OpenShift in the cloud, the companies said. The fully managed integration of OpenShift on Azure means that Microsoft and Red Hat will join to engineer, operate and support the platform. That combined support will keep it up-to-date with a single unified bill and an integrated support experience, said Brendan Burns, a distinguished engineer for Microsoft Azure.