→ President Obama’s statement pushing for net neutrality

→ President Obama’s statement pushing for net neutrality: And isn’t it sad that a U.S. president can have such a strong opinion on a regulatory decision that’s such obvious common sense, so obviously beneficial to consumers (and the lack of which is so obviously harmful), so well-supported by the citizens, and falling on the shoulders… Continue reading → President Obama’s statement pushing for net neutrality

MacRumors: ‘iOS 8 Adoption Stagnates Just Two and a Half Weeks After Launch’

MacRumors: ‘iOS 8 Adoption Stagnates Just Two and a Half Weeks After Launch’: Very worrisome — a canary-in-the-coal-mine indicator that casual users no longer trust Apple with major iOS updates. Last year the number for iOS 7 adoption was in the 70s in October, which was a faster adoption rate than iOS 6 the year… Continue reading MacRumors: ‘iOS 8 Adoption Stagnates Just Two and a Half Weeks After Launch’

In an Uber all graphite and glitter

In an Uber all graphite and glitter: Sure, maybe O’Reilly’s post bugged me because he’s playing the familiar game of using recent Apple product news as a strawman to compare to an utterly different kind of technology, while throwing in coded phrases like “Apple hype machine.” (Replying to a comment on his own article, O’Reilly… Continue reading In an Uber all graphite and glitter

Microsoft, IBM, & Docker jump on Google’s Kubernetes project for managing app containers anywhere

Microsoft, IBM, & Docker jump on Google’s Kubernetes project for managing app containers anywhere: Now several companies that deal in managing infrastructure at scale have stepped up as contributors to the Kubernetes project, namely IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat, Docker, CoreOS, Mesosphere, and SaltStack. Take the development as more proof that technology can now span a… Continue reading Microsoft, IBM, & Docker jump on Google’s Kubernetes project for managing app containers anywhere