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Procedure for setting simple ThinApp Proof of Concept off VMware blog.
Sony has revealed that the new SNAP development environment for 'consumer electronics' is based on Objective-C and the open source GNUstep implementation of Apple's Openstep spec.
With IT becoming more and more abstracted from the user, and the user becoming the focus, so do mashups where users begin to contribute "applications" as opposed to taking what IT has deigned their lot in life to be (sounds medieval).
According to reports, Hewlett-Packard, which has recently acquired struggling smartphone maker Palm Inc., is thinking of using Palm’s webOS in the upcoming HP Slate tablet instead of Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.
|Dukker and Ncomputing with $20 chip to embed in LCDs from LG to create next generation internet appliances (and kill the PC finally).|
Thin client computing was a concept that one-time technology leaders Larry Ellison and Scott McNealy were convinced would take over the market. Ten years later, Oracle is long gone from this market and Sun appears to be weeks away from going under. Opinion from Rob Enderle.
Pretty cool from DTR. WebDT Multi Screen Appliance Powers up to 16 Displays and Provides Multi-Zone Management for Each Screen, Fully Integrated from One Manufacturer. [picture included in article]