Ubuntu Heads List of Top Linux Servers in the Enterprise

Software development Concepts, Software Events
Ubuntu Heads List of Top Linux Servers in the Enterprise   ServerWatch has published a list of the top 10 Linux server distributions for 2017, with Ubuntu at the top. As the site said, that's no new distinction for Ubuntu. "At the top of almost every Linux-related list, the Debian-based Ubuntu is in a class by itself." ServerWatch said in its ranking report, published earlier this month. "Canonical's Ubuntu surpasses all other Linux server distributions -- from its simple installation to its excellent hardware discovery to its world-class commercial support, Ubuntu sets a strong standard that is hard to match." The complete top 10 list is: Ubuntu Red Hat Enterprise Linux SUSE Linux Enterprise Server CentOS Debian Oracle Linux Mageia/Mandriva ClearOS Arch Linux Slackware At the top of almost every…
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Google Glass is staying or going ?

Hardware Reviews, Software Events
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Google chairman Eric Schmidt said that the company is still hard at work perfecting its wearable, calling it a “big and fundamental platform for Google.” So at this point while most normal people think it is a pretty cool idea, the cost and the support are next to non-existing.  Google earlier this year ended its Explorer program and stopped selling the original Glass. The project was moved out of Google’s research labs and transferred to a new unit that was under the watchful eye of Tony Fadell, who runs Google’s Nest connected home division.   “We ended the Explorer program and the press conflated this into us canceling the whole project, which isn’t true,” Schmidt told the Journal. “Google is about taking risks, and…
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