This week in OSS & Linux news, Jack Wallen shares a rundown of Google Fuchsia features and how they affect Android, Microsoft can no longer ignore Linux in the data center, & more! Read on to stay open-source-informed!
1) Jack Wallen shares pros and cons of Google Fuchsia
What Fuchsia Could Mean For Android– TechRepublic
2) “Microsoft is bridging the gap with Linux by baking it into its own products.”
3) Sprint’s CP30 “is designed to streamline mobile core architecture by collapsing multiple components into as few network nodes as possible.”
4) Move over, Siri! Open source Mycroft is here to assist us.
5) Heterogenous memory management is being added to the Linux kernel. Here’s what that will mean for machine learning hardware:
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