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VMware Launches OpenStack/vCloud NFV, Focuses on Carriers

VMware Launches OpenStack/vCloud NFV, Focuses on Carriers

VMware, at Mobile World Congress on Monday, unveiled software to let carriers run OpenStack and the company's vCloud cloud manager in tandem. 

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Google Firms Up Plans to Offer Wireless Carrier Services

Google Firms Up Plans to Offer Wireless Carrier Services

It's becoming increasingly clear that telecom companies and technology are playing a more and more important role in today's cloud- and mobile-centric world. Shrewdly, Red Hat has focused its OpenStack efforts, and related initiatives, around telcos and their data centers. Working with Juniper Netwo...

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Future Valve Games & SteamOS Will Use Vulkan Next-Gen OpenGL API

Future Valve Games & SteamOS Will Use Vulkan Next-Gen OpenGL API

Valve confirms that its next games, not to mention the SteamOS operating system will use the Vulkan API, the next-generation OpenGL iteration made by the Khronos consortium of companies, which includes not only Valve but also Nvidia, AMD, and much more. Valve mentioned a few weeks ago that it's goin...

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Cyanogen Partners Up with Qualcomm, Changes Logo in the Process

Cyanogen Partners Up with Qualcomm, Changes Logo in the Process

Custom ROM developer Cyanogen is pushing forward its strategy of becoming a more mainstream solution, no longer reserved for those with a taste for hacking. Present at MWC 2015, the company has taken the wraps off a brand new branding which takes the Android mascot out of the picture, while...

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PC Gaming Expected to Grow to 35 Billion Dollars by 2018

PC Gaming Expected to Grow to 35 Billion Dollars by 2018

It would seem that PC gaming is not only alive and kicking, but that it's set to continue its solid growth over the course of the next few years. The projection comes from game business analysis group Open Gaming Alliance, who claims that the PC gaming industry is set to...

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Linux Remote Desktop Roundup

Remote Linux desktop software enables support options that make a big difference for Linux users.

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More Proof That Allwinner Is Violating The GPL

Allwinner has been accused multiple times in the past of violating the GPL license by not providing Linux/Android kernel source code or U-Boot source, along with using LGPL-licensed code within their binary blobs, etc. Today there's new "definitive proof" of Allwinner's GPL violations...

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DragonFlyBSD Radeon Driver Ported To Linux 3.10 Level Of Support

Last month the Intel DRM driver on DragonFlyBSD was ported to match the upstream Linux 3.10 level of support and features after being based on Linux 3.9 previously in their porting of this open-source Intel graphics driver to BSD. The Radeon DRM driver is in the process of a similar...

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Blind Genetics Researcher Wants to Learn Linux But Needs a Tutor

Blind Genetics Researcher Wants to Learn Linux But Needs a Tutor

Bioinformatics graduate student Thomas Hahn was born with albinism – a genetic disorder that's left him nearly blind – and despite his great desire to transfer his Windows programming skills to Linux, it's been nearly impossible to do on his own. He needs someone with sight – and Linux knowled...

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Samsung, OpenChain Aim to Build Trust With Open Source Compliance

Samsung, OpenChain Aim to Build Trust With Open Source Compliance

The OpenChain work group at The Linux Foundation aims to create a set of compliance best practices for companies to follow internally. 

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