How OIN’s Linux-Based Patent Non-Aggression Community Drove Open Source Growth

“Some businesses, such as pharmaceuticals, still spend enormous amounts of time and money on intellectual property (IP) fights,” reports ZDNet. But “thanks to the Open Invention Network (OIN), the largest patent non-aggression community in history, Linux and related open-source technologies have become mostly free of these expensive entanglements.” And now they’re reporting that the OIN’s membership has grown to over 3,000 licensees: OIN’s mission is to enable Linux, its related software, and its programmers to develop and monetize without being hogtied by patent fights.

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Why Cyber Security Is Important in Modern Age

With the advancement of technology in today’s world, several tools and technologies have been incorporated in a real-time environment to cater the potential needs of the people, one such technology is known as Cyber Security. Precisely, it’s a science of protecting your confidential information deployed on the Internet from malicious threats and intruders, etc.

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Top 10 Most Promising Android App Development Trends for 2019

Jun 07, 2019

Android Platform was introduced in the year 2008 and now there are upto 3.9 million applications available to the public across IOS , Android and other operating systems. From the beginning, you would have witnessed a constant change in android development trends by every…

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Writing Mobile Apps for The Metra

I’m cramped in my seat right now typing on my phone as I write this blog post. It is a cold, frigid day, and I am on my way to work. The morning commute is fine. The one thing that makes taking the train worse than driving to work is that I can’t use tools like dragon talk to speak. Well, I could, but I would sound crazy.

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Percolator: A Strong Brew

We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art video tutorial for our viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at the app Percolator. Take it away Jerry…(foreword by Joanne Carter).
Percolator retails for $2.99/£2.29 and you can download it here
“One of the effects…

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Microsoft Lays Off Original Content Team Members

Microsoft looks to have laid off a number of employees working at on the company’s original content creation side, as employees are reporting they have been let go or had their contracts ended by the company.
Now-former Microsoft producer Kate Yeager tweeted a video indicating a portion of…

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Fog computing: fog and cloud along the Cloud-to-Thing continuum

Fog computing is an important evolution in, among others, IoT and especially Industrial IoT or IIoT and many connected applications in areas such as smart manufacturing, the smart building, smart grid, oil and gas, anything Industry 4.0 and more. As the term fog already suggests there is an important link between fog computing and cloud computing. It’s often called an extension of the cloud to where connected IoT ‘things’ are or in its broader scope of “the Cloud-to-Thing continuum” where data-producing sources are. Fog computing has been evolving since its early days.

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