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NEWS ANALYSIS: New satellites are aimed at low-latency broadband, IoT and voice communications using relatively low-cost terminals and equipment and providing improved speeds. The Iridium Certus 9770, which is about the size of an iPhone X, can be used for pretty much any type of data an IoT...
Red Hat is expanding its developer tools portfolio with a commercially supported distribution of the open-source Eclipse Che project, providing a Kubernetes-native approach to application development.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: HackerRank surveyed over 71,000 developers to better understand how developers are working today, providing multiple insights into the programming languages and frameworks that are most in demand.
The OpenAPI Specification v3 is a community-driven open specification designed to standardize how REST APIs are written and used.
Microsoft has made some changes that improve the use of the Microsoft Container Registry with Docker Hub.
The PaaS service aims to provide a platform to allow developers and vendors to create a secure pathway for IoT device connectivity.
The January 2019 release of Azure Data Studio also gets SQL Server Profiler improvements and a host of other updates for users.
A new version of Coverity Static Application Security Testing provides broader testing capabilities to help organizations find vulnerabilities in code.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Industry leaders at Delphix, Electric Cloud, IBM, JFrog, Pivotal, XebiaLabs and Datical identify the primary areas on which organizations should focus in 2019 to continue improving software delivery outcomes.
NEWS ANALYSIS FROM CES 2019: IBM--largely because it is pushing the envelope in a lot of areas with emphasis on mature artificial intelligence and quantum computing--is one of the few U.S. corporations playing the long game in IT innovation.
DAILY VIDEO: GitHub launches unlimited free private repositories and a new enterprise offering, and Protego Labs boosts serverless security with an open-source project.
NEWS FROM CES 2019: Micron and Qualcomm join forces for improved in-vehicle control IT and infotainment in future vehicles. These will feature telematics information and a human-machine interface (HMI) that permits user-configurable displays.