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Release 5 of INtime includes distributed RTOS technology for Windows
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11/20/2012   Post a comment
TenAsys has launched release 5 of its INtime real-time operating system software, including INtime for Windows and the new INtime Distributed RTOS.
Slideshow: Looking back at early computers
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11/20/2012   11 comments
Highlights from an extensive collection of early minicomputers, mainframes, and instrumentation remind us just how amazing smart phones are.
Sinofsky: Ambitious, abrasive, out of work
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
11/14/2012   7 comments
While some mourned the loss of a figure dubbed "Microsoft's Steve Jobs" by the press, others claimed it was precisely Sinofsky's Apple-style arrogance that brought him down.
London Calling: Linaro takes on Internet of Things
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11/9/2012   Post a comment
Linaro's ambitions extend beyond software for mobile devices and the just announced Linaro Enterprise Group, set up to address servers. Indeed, Linaro's ambitions extend beyond Linux.
London Calling: Is GCC on the wane?
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11/5/2012   11 comments
GCC, a 25-year old open-source compiler initiative, is facing competition from LLVM, a similar but younger initiative that is favored and pushed by Apple.


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