Common Unix Standards for Web Get Supported by REST, JSON

Posted on May 25th, 2016

Image: Shutterstock In the realm of operating systems, perhaps the most storied OS is the Unix family. Originally developed by Bell Labs in the 1970s, Unix became the foundation upon which the Internet was built.  As a result, the Internet was designed with standards and technologies that behaved in a Unix-like fashion. This usually meant communication protocols […]

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Telecom Giant Voices Concern Over Unstandardized IoT Growth

Posted on May 18th, 2016

Image: CBR Without question, the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to greatly accelerate the rate of web growth. While this is an exciting time for those interested in the trends and innovations of the technology industry, the IoT also presents significant challenges for developers of software security. In recent months, telecommunications giant Nokia publicly warned against the […]

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Lack of Technology Standards Presents Significant Cost Issues in Travel Industry

Posted on May 11th, 2016

Image: Tnooz Have you ever purchased an airline ticket or booked hotel reservations through an online travel agency (OTA)? The speed and convenience through which a business trip or vacation can be scheduled using online services were a welcome surprise for those of us who remember the hassle of arranging such accommodations in a pre-web era. […]

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Proposed Application of DRM in Popular Image Format May Present Concerns for Photo Sharers

Posted on May 4th, 2016

Image: PCWorld Copying, cutting, pasting, cropping, filtering, modifying, and sharing digital images is easier and arguably more popular than ever before. Many popular social media platforms have image editing capabilities built right in, so there’s little wonder as to why many web users take such features for granted. The JPEG Committee, the primary organization behind establishing the […]

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