Mobile computing provider, Motion Computing has won a contract with Victoria’s South East Water to supply its tablet PCs for the utility’s trade waste team following completion of a successful pilot program.
on 10/13/2010 – Made popular on 10/13/2010
I have a Motion Computing m1400 tablet with 9.10 karmic installed and using LXDE. I have also installed the wacom drivers and 'wacdump -f tpc /dev/ttyS0' shows proper recognition of the stylus, touch and button click. But moving the stylus has no effect on my pointer. I tried to follow the various wacom threads but am really lost.
While many are still trying to figure out Cloud Computing, here comes a rival concept – Fog Computing. It’s computing that takes place at the edge of the network, closer to home. That is, computing that takes place on the devices that are nearest to you – your smartphone and other connected devices that are around you. The so-called Internet […]
Cloud computing describes an Internet-based computing infrastructure that has abstracted users and user applications from the underlying computing resources that support them. In concept, cloud computing is functionally different from previous IT architectures in that users no longer need to own, ha ...
Developing exascale computing capabilities is the key to next-generation scientific research, national security and ensuring economic competitiveness. Thats why Im thrilled that NVIDIA has received an $18 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, under its FastFoward 2 program, to accelerate the development of next-generation supercomputers.
Cloud computing seems to be all the rage these days. It’s not just a passing fad of course, it’s actually a very real business and a state of the art. The problem is that cloud computing means many things to many people, whether it’s public cloud, private cloud, software, infrastructure or platform as a service, etc.
There are discussions about the minimum system requirements to run Crunchbang smoothly. But what about the other end? Computing power is steadily growing at all price levels. Given Crunchbang's philosophy of maintaining a streamlined OS and favoring lightweight programs, for the average user (not including gamers), is there an upper point in computer hardware, beyond which b