How to work with Azure’s managed MariaDB

January 15, 2019

If Microsoft is to succeed in making Azure its future, it needs to bring developers to its cloud platform. That would be easy if we were back in the early days of the PC, when it was still possible to […]

WSJ: iPhone 11 will have triple camera, XR successor will have dual

January 11, 2019

Category: Mobile, Smartphones

The new generation of iPhones are still just four months old now but intel is already piling up on the iPhone 11. Earlier this week we saw the first alleged renders of the upcoming iPhone 11 and today there’s a […]

Samsung’s Space Monitor is perfect for minimalists

January 3, 2019

Category: Computing, Hardware

Samsung has ‘unboxed’ a trio of monitors ahead of CES 2019, and while we’d normally gravitate to the screens featuring the highest resolutions and ridiculous screen sizes, we’re most interested in the company’s latest Space Monitor. The new monitor seems […]

Computing, Hardware

HoloLens 2 could be shown off at MWC 2019

January 17, 2019

Via: Techradar

Microsoft has sent out invitations to a press event at MWC 2019 next month, and judging from the executives present, we will be treated to some kind of reveal concerning the HoloLens 2. As The Verge spotted, the invite for […]

Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Aerohive Announces Microservices-based Cloud Management

January 17, 2019

Via: DataVersity

According to a new press release, “Aerohive Networks™, a Cloud-Management leader, today announced the availability of cloud management for its A3 Secure Access Management solution. A3 brings a comprehensive, yet simplified approach to Corporate, BYOD, Guest, and IoT client device […]

Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Kubernetes Fundamentals: Facilitating Cloud Deployment and Container Simplicity

January 17, 2019

Via: DataVersity

Kubernetes (sometimes abbreviated to “kube”) is open-sourced, was originally developed by Google, and organizes containers into logical units for transport and use in the cloud. Containers support the construction of self-contained environments capable of transporting data, and the software supporting […]

Mobile, Mobile Apps

Android Q leak reveals system-wide dark mode and bigger emphasis on privacy

January 16, 2019

Via: The Verge

If the usual cycle holds, it’s going to be a few months before Google is ready to share anything about Android Q. But XDA Developers apparently managed to spend some time with a very early version of Android’s next big […]