The Year 2038 Still A Problem For Linux-based Mobiles

By Robert Vamosi | 1/21/13 2:33 AM

In twenty-five years, at 03:14:07 UTC on 19th of January 2038, Unix-based systems, including Linux used on several popular mobile phone systems, will have difficulty keeping track of the time, much like the Y2K problem more than a dozen years ago.

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Ubuntu Now Available For Smartphones And Tablets

By Robert Vamosi | 1/3/13 5:41 AM

Ubuntu Linux is coming soon to a smartphone or tablet near you.

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0wning Office Printers

By Robert Vamosi | 6/24/11 4:41 AM

In a talk at last year's EuroSecWest conference, Andrei Costin demonstrated several vulnerabilities within commercial printers.

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Cavium Buys MontaVista

By JDavis | 11/15/09 6:45 PM

The embedded device ecosystem is yet again undergoing seismic shifts as big players position themselves for the coming "Internet of Things." The world of embedded Linux is changing yet again with the announcement that Linux developer MontaVista has been acquired by chip maker Cavium Networks.

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