Topic: windows

Windows Subsystem for Linux now generally available in Microsoft Store

Microsoft has made the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) generally available in the Microsoft Store, removing the preview label from the store listing. WSL enables developers to install a Linux distribution on their Windows machines,  With the latest release, WSL is now available in the Microsoft Store on both Windows 10 and Windows 11. This … continue reading

Kubernetes 1.22 release

The new Kubernetes 1.22 release includes 53 enhancements – 13 of which graduated to stable and 24 of which are moving to beta.  In April of this year, the Kubernetes release cadence was officially changed from four to three releases yearly. This is the first longer-cycle release related to that change. One major feature that … continue reading

MicroK8s now natively available for Windows and macOS developers

Windows and macOS developers can now use MicroK8s natively. The Ubuntu team announced developers can interact with kubectl and MicroK8s through the Windows or Mac command line locally, similarly to how they would with Linux. This new capability is meant to provide better development, build, and test workflows on the desktop.  MicroK8s is a lightweight … continue reading

Bluetooth connecting to multiple devices

Researchers find vulnerability in popular Bluetooth-enabled devices

Internet-connected devices are opening up a wide range of applications from mobile devices to home appliances and wearables, but these devices are also opening up new areas of attack. Researchers from Boston University found that a third-party algorithm can track the location of some Bluetooth devices such as Fitbits, smart pens and even Windows and … continue reading

Microsoft Azure Containers Instances now available

Microsoft has announced a new way to run containers without having to manage servers. Azure Container Instances (ACI) is a serverless solution for Linux and Windows containers. “ACI offers you an on-demand compute service delivering rapid deployment of containers with no VM management and automatic, elastic scale,” Corey Sanders, corporate vice president of Azure for … continue reading

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