A tiny computer that has no battery, no discernible source of electricity, harvests all the power it needs from the ether and is the harbinger of both the “Internet of things” and the end of privacy as we know it. That’s the Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform (WISP) in a nutshell.
In 1970, MOS memory chips were just becoming popular, but were still very expensive. Intel had released their first product the previous year, the 3101 RAM chip with 64 bits of storage.
The open source Contiki operating system and its commercial Thingsquare distribution are making strides towards the connected home.
NeXT Computer (the original 68030 cube) was a high end workstation that was manufactured between 1988 - 1990
Even a few computer programmers rely daily on technology that hasn't been updated for decades
Flash memory has come a long way. Now it's time for software to catch up.
The New York Times this morning published a story about the Spamhaus DDoS attack
The Minuum keyboard, through its simplicity, improves your touchscreen typing
Google has shown off some applications for Google Glass yesterday.
Apple never intended for all of these to make it into the final product ...
In the past, OS News has discussed how U.S. broadband access lags many other countries in terms of cost, speed, and availability.
F2FS is a new file system carefully designed for the NAND flash memory-based storage devices.
CHIPMAKER Intel has confirmed that it will not provide support for Linux on its Clover Trail Atom chip.
The QWERTY keyboard was invented in 1874 and yet it is still used today, largely unchanged. Today we're excited to introduce a new input method designed for the future.