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Tech Giants Boost Open Source Container Collaboration


CNCF's role is to foster developer and operator collaboration on common technologies for deploying cloud native applications and services, said Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation -- that is, applications or services that are container-packaged, dynamically scheduled and micro services-oriented. To ease the process, CNCF aims to drive alignment among technologies and platforms.
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Report: Android Wear Smartwatches to Get Together


It's rumored that the next version of Android Wear, reportedly scheduled for release in August, will bring tap gestures and watch-to-watch communications. The update initially was scheduled for launch on July 28th. "For now, these features simply bring parity between Android Wear and watchOS," said IDC analyst Jitesh Ubrani, but neither platform "offers a compelling use case" as yet.
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Re: The Stack: Encouraging Adoption Through Ease of Use 3  anchorman   2009-04-11 09:45:23 
Re: Girls in Tech, and Is Linux Doomed on the Desktop? 2  aoeu   2009-04-05 20:00:45 
Re: HP Interviews Android for Netbook Position 2  Twaddle   2009-04-01 14:44:31 
Re: Hot Tempers and Cool Tips for Linux Geeks 6  drewmag   2009-04-01 06:11:37 
Re: Linux Barbies Battle the Command Line 2  MrDoom   2009-03-30 20:28:54 
Re: The Driving Force Behind the Open Source Mobile Movement 2  fosslc   2009-03-27 10:21:52 
Re: Why Use Linux? 3  amydegroff   2009-03-20 11:04:20 
Re: Instant-On Computing: The Killer OSS-Based PC Feature? 3  Embedded   2009-03-19 14:26:12 
Re: Will IE8 Be Microsoft's Last Explorer? 2  Runaway1956   2009-03-16 04:55:20 
Re: New Ways to Ride the Netbook Wave 2  abcd1234   2009-03-11 07:41:06 
Re: The Mystery Deepens: Sinister Views on the TomTom Case 2  MichaelTiemann   2009-03-09 05:12:40 
Re: FOSS Debates, Part 1: Kernel Truths 2  pogson   2009-03-06 07:00:04 
Re: 'My First Time' Posts and Other Linux Marketing Problems 2  jparshall   2009-03-05 14:30:30 
Re: Open Source, the Recession and the Lower-TCO Promise 2  pogson   2009-03-02 04:11:36 
Re: Microsoft Drums Up Patent Charges Against TomTom 2  apnet   2009-03-01 11:07:36 
Re: Hawking Open Source in Tough Times 2  Jammit   2009-02-25 04:37:53 
Re: Linux Distros: Strength in Numbers or One Size Fits All? 2  masinick   2009-02-24 12:16:51 
Re: Open Standards + Community Support = Healthy Wireless Networks 3  riley_dt   2009-02-19 11:09:28 
Re: Linux Haters Make a Few Valid Points 6  matias_65   2009-02-19 03:36:30 
Re: Use the Kernel as a Hypervisor - but Trim It Down First 2  hollisb   2009-02-16 14:55:00 

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