Parallels Desktop 12 has been released with support for macOS Sierra 10.12 and much more. Here are the details.
The mobile smartphone and tablet industry seems to have a very prominent divide, with a lot of consumers having their favorite operating system and choosing to stick to hardware which is powered by their chosen OS. Obviously fans of Apple's iOS use the iPhone and iPad devices, whereas Android lovers have a wide range of hardware to choose from due to the fact that the OS is available to multiple manufacturers.
Are you a Mac user but have the urge to give Windows 8 a try? Using some software, Windows 8 be installed on top of Mac OS X, with support for all of its newest features. If you're already familiar with the concept of virtual machines, this won't offer much to you, but if you're not that sure, read on: you'll have Windows 8 running in no time.
More news from Mobile World Congress, this time with VMware showing Engadget their VMware software that allows Android devices to be virtualized from on an Android device.
Google unveiled Chrome OS in an event yesterday where they demonstrated the upcoming cloud-based OS for the first time in public. Source code of Chrome OS was also released which folks over at gdgt have compiled in a ready-to-install .vmdk file. All you need now is a system running Windows, Linux or OS X with any of the virtualization software like VMware or VirtualBox installed to get Chrome OS running within minutes.
Microsoft has released Windows Server 2008 evaluation VHD (Virtual Hard Drive) images for Hyper-V which as of now is available for download from Microsoft Download Center. VHD format is the common virtualization file format used by virtualization software's from Microsoft like Virtual PC, Virtual Server 2005 and Hyper-V