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Microsoft's bid to secure the IoT: custom Linux, chips, Azure
Microsoft has released details on Azure Sphere, their bid to make IoT devices secure by default: First is a new class of microcontrollers (MCUs) that supports seven critical hardware features that Microsoft says are a necessary foundation to build secure systems. These include support for (...)

"Fuchsia is not Linux"
Google has posted the beginnings of a documentation project around their microkernel based OS, Fuchsia. From the readme: This document is a collection of articles describing the Fuchsia operating system, organized around particular subsystems. Sections will be populated over (...)

SteamOS, Linux, and Steam Machines
While it's true Steam Machines aren't exactly flying off the shelves, our reasons for striving towards a competitive and open gaming platform haven't significantly changed. We're still working hard on making Linux operating systems a great place for gaming and applications. We think it will (...)

Bring your own Linux to Windows
After starting with Ubuntu, Microsoft has added a number of Linux distributions to its Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) Linux runtime environment. A Windows machine can simultaneously offer an Ubuntu, SUSE, Debian, and Kali "personality," providing users with a choice of the (...)

Clang is now used to build Chrome for Windows
As of Chrome 64, Chrome for Windows is compiled with Clang. We now use Clang to build Chrome for all platforms it runs on: macOS, iOS, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, and Windows. Windows is the platform with the second most Chrome users after Android according to statcounter, which made this switch (...)
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