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Friend of the show Matt Oswalt suggested this story:
HP Is Trying To Patent Continuous Delivery – http://blog.matthewskelton.net/2015/03/06/hp-is-trying-to-patent-continuous-delivery-here-is-how-you-can-help-block-this-madness/
Big companies due stupid things for right reasons.
For those skeptics who still think OpenStack isn’t ready for prime time, here’s a tidbit: @WalmartLabs is now running in excess of 100,000 cores of OpenStack on its compute layer. And that’s growing by the day.
Intel announced its plans for 2015 at Mobile World Congress on Monday and one of its bigger announcements is that its long-awaited mobile-focused system on a chip will ship in devices before the end of the year. As more smartphones start to be powered by Intel-designed silicon,
Europe Reverses Course On Network Neutrality Legislation
“…a majority of the 28 EU member states in the European council have now voted in favor of changing the rules to bar discrimination in Internet access but allow the prioritization of some “specialized” services that required high quality Internet access to function.”
Do we care about Gigaom going under? Enough to talk about it, is it relevant.