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Jack M. Germain
Red Hat Gives JBoss AMQ a Makeover
04/28/17 1:26 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 803 Words

Red Hat on Thursday announced JBoss AMQ 7, a messaging platform upgrade that enhances its overall performance and improves client...

Jack M. Germain
Mobile Ubuntu Gamble to Fizzle Out in June
04/26/17 3:52 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 405 Words

Canonical this week said that it will end its support for Ubuntu Touch phones and Ubuntu-powered tablets in June, and...

Jack M. Germain
New Strain of Linux Malware Could Get Serious
04/25/17 4:14 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 940 Words

A new strain of malware targeting Linux systems, dubbed "Linux/Shishiga," could morph into a dangerous security threat. Eset on Tuesday disclosed...

Jack M. Germain
Moby, LinuxKit Kick Off New Docker Collaboration Phase
04/20/17 3:36 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 974 Words

LinuxKit's container-native nature gives it a very minimal size of only 35 MB and a minimal boot time. Since all system services are containers, everything can be removed or replaced. This container-native approach means that it is highly portable and can work...

Jack M. Germain
Report: Commercial Software Riddled With Open Source Code Flaws
04/19/17 2:56 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1360 Words

Even versions of Linux Kernel, PHP, MS .Net Framework, and Ruby on Rails were found to have vulnerabilities. On average, apps contained 27 vulnerable open source components.

Significant Concerns
Many of the points Black Duck's report highlights are longstanding...

Jack M. Germain
Tiny Core: Small Footprint, Big Potential
04/18/17 2:15 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1426 Words

Please email your ideas to me , and I'll consider them for a future Linux Picks and Pans column.

And use the Reader Comments feature below to provide your...

Jack M. Germain
Kingsoft Adds Cloud Support to WPS Office
04/11/17 1:52 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1015 Words

Kingsoft on Tuesday announced that it has expanded its WPS Office suite to include WPS Cloud. The upgrade enables users...

Jack M. Germain
Fatdog64: More Bark Than Bite
04/06/17 7:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1332 Words

It offers less and left me wanting more.

Falling Short
Fatdog64 lacks stability. It takes excessive time to load into RAM from bootable CDs and USB drives. This is partly due to an inability to place some of the standard...

Jack M. Germain
Zephyr Linux: Zippy Performance, Zero Decor
03/30/17 4:24 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1242 Words

It is under 600 MB.

"Default apps should be, in my opinion, doing its job and not just adding the smallest application as a default," Ashley said.

What's Inside
The Zephyr Linux distro is not a typical modern-looking...

Jack M. Germain
Cloud Foundry Aims to Close Cloud Skills Gap
03/29/17 3:25 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1097 Words

The Cloud Foundry Foundation on Wednesday announced the launch of a worldwide cloud-native developer certification initiative. The foundation created the cloud...

Jack M. Germain
OpenSuse Leap Reinforces Linux Faith
03/23/17 2:09 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1095 Words

Leap seemed the more sensible choice for testing OpenSuse's potential, so I rolled up my sleeves and got ready to party.

Stability Rules
Leap provides a level of stability that will make enterprise system managers less fearful. Leap's software...

Jack M. Germain
Slackel Openbox Plays Hard to Get
03/16/17 3:03 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1447 Words

Much to my pleasure, Slackel comes with the Geany IDE text editor installed. It also bundles the Leafpad text editor. Geany is one of my core applications.

If you install Slackel on just one computer, you'll have to suffer through a...

Jack M. Germain
Accenture and Docker Team on Container Services
03/15/17 11:51 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1286 Words

Accenture and Docker on Wednesday announced an expanded global alliance and the availability of container services within the Accenture Cloud Factory....

Jack M. Germain
Black Lab Linux 8.0 Is a Rare Treat
03/09/17 2:40 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 777 Words

What's Inside Black Lab 8.0 with Unity gave me a few problems depending on the hardware I tested. It sometimes was slow to load various applications. It more than occasionally locked up. However, its performance usually was trouble-free on more resource-rich computers.


Jack M. Germain
Online Trust Alliance Launches IoT Security Campaign
03/08/17 11:54 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 886 Words

Wrong Evangelist?
The message has importance, but it might me coming from the wrong messenger, said Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT .

"The security of IoT devices is certainly something to worry about, but I don't have a...

Jack M. Germain
Google Invites Open Source Devs to Give E2EMail Encryption a Go
03/04/17 10:40 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 797 Words

Google last week released its E2EMail encryption code to open source as a way of pushing development of the technology....

Jack M. Germain
Zorin Desktop Is a Crowd Pleaser
03/01/17 3:05 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1580 Words

Please email your ideas to me , and I'll consider them for a future Linux Picks and Pans column.

And use the Reader Comments feature below to provide your...

Jack M. Germain
DebianDog Is a Useful Pocket Pup
02/25/17 10:40 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1569 Words

I have never used a dual boot configuration on any of my computers that did not at some point need the boot loader fixed. Of course, this is usually caused by unified extensible firmware interface (UEFI) and secure boot controls hard wired...

Jack M. Germain
Open Source IoT on Steady Enterprise March
02/22/17 3:08 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1237 Words

Enterprise IT decision makers have been exploring the potential of Internet of Things technologies, but they are not rushing IoT projects...

Jack M. Germain
Munich City Government to Dump Linux Desktop
02/15/17 3:59 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 992 Words

Munich city officials turned lots of heads 10 years ago, when they voted to swap out Microsoft Windows with LiMux --...

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Of the following CES 2018 crowd pleasers, which do you consider the most important or desirable new tech?
Google Assistant -- voice-activated AI on displays everywhere
Helite's Hip'Air - a hip-protecting airbag belt for seniors
HTC Vive Pro - a VR headset with way better resolution and sound
Samsung's 'The Wall' - a modular TV with MicroLED for consumers
Sony's Aibo -- a lovable AI-powered robotic pet dog
Toyota's e-Palette -- a self-driving van for deliveries and more