OpenWrt 18.06 is here

Linux OS for your router, first major update in years OpenWrt is an open source, Linux-based operating system designed to run on hundreds of routers and other embedded devices. It can add new features to your networking gear and give you more control over the software running on the hardware in your home. This week the developers released OpenWrt 18.06, which is a big step for a couple of reasons. First, it’s the biggest update in years, and it adds a bunch of new and updated features. Second, it’s the first release since the OpenWrt… Read moreOpenWrt 18.06 is here

Fuchsia OS reportedly being worked on by 100+ engineers

Could ship on phones within five years It has been nearly two years since the first evidence of Google’s ‘Fuchsia‘ operating system surfaced. It uses the ‘Zircon’ real-time kernel in place of Linux, and is being designed to run on everything from embedded devices to laptops. There has been speculation for years that Fuchsia is a possible Android replacement, and a new report from Bloomberg seems to confirm that. According to people familiar with the project, Fuchsia is being designed to replace every operating system currently shipping on Google’s consumer hardware. That includes Android, Chrome… Read moreFuchsia OS reportedly being worked on by 100+ engineers