A number of governments in Europe have made a significant, long-term decision to move away from cloud services that may risk citizens’ privacy and security. Germany, France, Netherlands and Sweden have announced that the first steps have been taken to Read >
I recently started to work on new research about object storage, and Iâll be writing a report about it soon. As you may have noticed, object storage has finally found its place in enterprise IT. There are several reasons for Read >
Whatever the first command I typed into the Linux command prompt was, it was like going back to the era of mainframe computers or MS-DOS. Well, my guess is that it was either ls (list directory) or cd (change directory), but Read >
From: Ebook Friendly
Amazon adds a splash of color to the waterproof Kindle Paperwhite. The new variant borrows a new color from the latest Fire tablets and comes with a matching leather cover.
Are you waiting for the white Kindle Paperwhite? You will Read >
An effort to co-operate for a unified app ecosystem is a valuable long-term mission for the Linux desktop community. Make it happen (along with a unified App Store), and see how the popularity of Linux grows on personal computers.
Linux operating system Read >
From: Travel User Guide
In many cities, small electric scooters can be rented for short trips for a little money. The scooters provide easy and relatively fast transportation for locals and tourists, but the downside is that scooters are left in parks, Read >
General awareness about risks in automatic collection of individuals’ private data is growing quickly. Meanwhile, companies like Google, Facebook and Microsoft invent new ways to collect their customers’ data behind the scenes. For an ordinary person, probably the biggest data collector Read >