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What Tech Trends Can You Expect In 2013?

Technology has a short amount of time to grab our attention before it gets pushed to the side in favor of their newer, younger and more desirable models the next.

2012 saw the introduction of smarter smartphones, slimmer tablets and better wireless networks. So what trends can you expect to emerge in the next 12 months?

Hybrid laptops. The number of people who own a smartphone, laptop and tablet no doubt increased over the past 12 months. However, there might be a time in the near future where a laptop and tablet are one in the same. Dell released the XPS 12, which they market as part laptop, part tablet. The swivel monitor can sit upright like a traditional laptop, or fold on itself to only reveal the touchscreen, a la tablet. In 2013, look for hybrids like these to get the typical makeover: thinner and faster.

Linux operating system: Free open source Linux

An operating system is the software, which supports various devices, drives, programs so that its abilities could be utilized. A base operating system is necessary for the proper utilization of computer resources. The use is not limited to general people; so the complex operating systems and supported programs are available for professionals too.

What is Linux operating system? Linux is an open source free operating system. It suits every kind of individual. It started with support of command-line interface where one can achieve any task with the use of some commands, but over time, it has been updated to include graphical user interfaces that let the people, even without knowledge or need to learn complex commands to work on it.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 is out

Red Hat, Inc., the leading global provider of open source solutions, has announced the global availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 on the 20th of Jan 2009.

This third update of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 provides a wide range of improvements, including virtualization, significantly increased scalability, expanded hardware platform and supported the inclusion of OpenJDK Java technologies.

The new version is available for immediate download from Red Hat Network.

The original Red Hat Press.

Ah again I need to upgrade my servers :). Don’t You!!