Eben Upton, during a keynote at LinuxCon and CloudOpen, demonstrated Weston running native Wayland apps on the Raspberry Pi.
Baidu has jumped the HDMI TV dongle bandwagon and has released a Chromecast clone with almost the same feature set.
To target verticals such as cloud computing, analytics, and social media computing IBM is looking to invest over US $1 billion over the course of next three years.
The transfer of the WiGig high-frequency technology from Wi-Fi Alliance to USB Implementers Forum will be used to chalk down the new Media agnostic USB specifications.
A full open-source computer would be a nice thing to have but, lack of information on the campaign page is something which may not go down well with many.
Intel’s insides have been allegedly revealed with reports indicating that the silicon company is planning to release new processors for smartphones and tablets in 2014.
The consortium formed by the likes of Nokia, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba has announced version 3.0 of the Mobile High-definition Link which includes 4k support, twice the bandwidth and a lot more.
We all were expecting that Thunderbolt 2 will debut in 2014 but, it seems that Asus couldn’t hold its horses and has announced a motherboard sporting the standard.
It seems that Apple has took it unto itself to ensure that no one else is injured or no more lives are lost because of counterfeit USB chargers.
With not so warm welcome to Windows 8 there are all the chances that Google may be able to gain a foothold in the laptop market atleast with its Chromebook.