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Ubuntu Aims to Make the IoT Snappy


Snappy Ubuntu Core has a minimal server image with the same libraries as regular Ubuntu, but it offers a simpler mechanism for obtaining applications. It's faster, more reliable and more secure, according to Canonical. Snappy Ubuntu Core will ensure Snappy Apps "cannot harm the operating system and other Snappy Apps," said Canonical's Maarten Ectors.
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Adobe Opens Lightroom's Door to Android


Adobe has plugged a big hole in its mobile line with Lightroom for Android. Covering both iOS and Android leaves little mobile turf unclaimed. "In reality, they are the only two necessary mobile platforms for any one app vendor to support. Windows and the rest are good to have, but most app developers choose iOS first and then add Android later," said Gartner analyst Brian Blau.
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Re: Hacks, Counter-Hacks and the Linux-Free PS3 3  sirnh1   2010-04-12 08:30:43 
Re: On SCO, Linux and What Will Happen When the exFAT Lady Sings 4  gmack   2010-04-10 15:08:02 
Re: Next-Gen Linux File Systems: Change Is the New Constant 3  DantePasquale   2010-04-09 10:53:19 
Re: Novell Scoops Up the Marbles, SCO Goes Home 3  RandomScot   2010-04-06 03:10:37 
Re: Sony Kicks Linux Out of the PS3 Club 4  MiD-AwE   2010-04-01 14:10:08 
Re: SCO Wins, Sony Switches to Linux, Pigs Take to the Skies 2  Barbie_H   2010-04-01 14:06:23 
Re: The iPad Cometh, and So Do the Linuxy Contenders 4  pogson   2010-03-31 11:59:43 
Re: Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software 2  averyotto   2010-03-28 15:24:43 
Re: AbiWord: Like MS Word but Without the Junk 2  revbish   2010-03-26 13:13:19 
Re: Would Linux Be Better Off Without the FSF? 3  pogson   2010-03-22 16:20:29 
Re: The Linux Desktop Will Have Its Day: Q&A With Canonical Founder Mark Shuttleworth 5  triplesquarednine   2010-03-14 10:53:32 
Re: Ubuntu Dumps the Brown 5  pogson   2010-03-13 12:28:29 
Re: Microsoft and the Incredible 'Internet Usage Tax' 2  kwacka   2010-03-09 08:33:08 
Re: BBC iPlayer Locks Out Open Source Flash Alternatives 2  poetfreak   2010-03-02 10:53:38 
Re: How the Spinach Pie Got Forked, and Other Tales of Open Confusion 2  ricegf   2010-02-27 19:48:03 
Re: Kate Puts Other Text Editors to Shame 2  RSI   2010-02-26 07:45:07 
Re: Unlicensed Codecs Could Expose Users to Legal Risk 3  hairyfeet   2010-02-24 09:40:39 
Re: Open Source: Fuel for the Smartphone Explosion 2  ricegf   2010-02-14 09:25:20 
Re: Pondering a Peck of Possible Pads 2  allenkelson   2010-02-11 07:23:32 
Re: Open Symbian: New World Order or Big Yawn? 2  ricegf   2010-02-09 04:41:22 

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