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Lawrence Ricci
I just revisited the “Micro Framework”- Microsoft’s bootable runtime, essentially an OS that allows managed code to run on small 32bit CPUs, even without Memory Management. Things are happening http://msdn.microsoft.com/e... Abstract The Microsoft .NET Micro Framework is a bootable runtime module that brings the advantages ......

They say “Free is the freedom, to sell whatever you want, to whoever you want, and however you want” Linux Video on YouTube Curious this is in Flash. Is Flash Free ......

In Cnet today I saw something interesting: According to Sony, it plans to release PlayStation 3 firmware version 3.21 on Thursday to achieve one goal: eliminate the "Other OS" option currently available in all pre-Slim models of the video game console. The feature allowed PS3 owners to install an operating system--in almost every case, Linux--onto the ......

Right now they are ‘free’ but it is clear what the path forward is: 4.3 Advertising. The Service currently does not include advertising in the maps images. However, Google reserves the right to include advertising in the maps images provided to you through the Service, but will provide you with ninety (90) days notice prior to the commencement of advertising ......

One way to answer- “which one” Brew, IBM, Nokia, Android? Well lets look at the real deal- Sun Java. How will this work for embedded devices: DEFINITIONS…. The use of Software in systems and solutions that provide dedicated functionality … or designed for use in embedded or function-specific software applications, for example but not limited to: Software ......

This terms is often used with many meanings. For example, some people consider Flash 'open' and 'multi-platform' . But Flash is a product of Adobe systems, locked down, copy protected and distribution restricted. And versions for other than standard PC, home use, may carry licence fees. Check it out: 3.1 Adobe Runtime Restrictions. You will not use ......

This blog is about the GPL Issues nobody talks about. Its about the evil inherent in the GPL License. Evil? But did not someone tell us that "open" is good? Well, yes, and I might agree. It just depends on what we mean by 'open'. There are many kinds of 'open' license, and many of these I like. But I maintain the GPL; the principle license of the Open ......

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