Entries By Tag: OS


Kogaion and Argent OS: the interview - Part 2

Nov 19, 2015 by BogdanD

If in Part 1 of the interview we've seen how it all started, now it's time to talk about adoption rate, mobile devices and future plans. o what do you say, shall we start? ... read more


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Kogaion and Argent OS: the interview - Part 1

Nov 03, 2015 by BogdanD

A few weeks back we wrote about a Romanian team of developers from Cluj-Napoca, namely RogentOS, who decided to give something back to the community by developing GNU licensed OS-es for home and public administration use.

Given their goal, we decided to talk to Stefan Brindusa (their Lead Developer and Main OS Designer) for a little Q&A on the team's goals and products. ... read more


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KitKat - The latest delicacy from Android

Feb 17, 2014 by Adrian

The battle for the best mobile operating system (OS) between Apple and Google is not going to end soon, in spite of Microsoft's attempts to catch up with them, as both Apple and Google seem to have infinite development resources. Right now, Google is ready to take on iOS 7 with its new mobile OS, Android 4.4 – codenamed KitKat. ... read more


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iOS SDK: insights - Part 2

Jan 21, 2014 by Adrian

I'm back and ready to discuss the Core Services Layer, the Core OS Layer and Xcode.

The Core Services and Core OS layers are more fundamental and closer to the hardware than the previous 2 layers, discussed in Part1. Although not all the developers are going to use the frameworks from these layers, they are very important because the higher level frameworks interact with the hardware of the device through the low level frameworks found in Core Services and Core OS. ... read more


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iOS SDK: insights - Part 1

Jan 14, 2014 by Adrian

As of October 22, 2013, the App Store reached the 1 million apps milestone, which is quite an impressive achievement. Most of these apps have been developed with the help of the iOS SDK, the software development kit developed by Apple Inc., which provides the necessary tools and frameworks for developers. More precisely:

The iOS SDK was launched in March 6, 2008 (known as iPhone SDK), and contains the tools and resources for developing native iOS apps, by using the Objective-C programming language. ... read more


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Can Ubuntu OS for smartphones threaten the Android market share? - Part 2

Jul 05, 2013 by DanM

If in Part 1 you've got to know the new Ubuntu OS for smartphones, now I'm back with Part 2 of my review and I bring along more features of Ubuntu Touch and a conclusion :) ... read more


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Can Ubuntu OS for smartphones threaten the Android market share? - Part 1

Jun 20, 2013 by DanM

With each passing day, a smartphone or a tablet becomes part of a user's life, making his daily tasks easier. If we look back, we see that the technology has evolved a lot in the past years, and we can say that the era of "dumb phones" is coming to an end. The smartphones and tablets have gained a lot of market share, and day by day producers try to innovate and come up with new designs, features or new OS'es for the smartphones that they launch. ... read more


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