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Schaller: Red Hat Joins Khronos

At his blog, Christian Schaller announces that Red Hat has joined the Khronos Group, the consortium behind (among other things) the OpenGL standard. Schaller notes that "the reason we are joining is because of all the important changes that are happening in Graphics and GPU compute these days and ou...

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Microsoft shutters its standalone Open Tech open-source subsidiary

Microsoft's three-year-old Open Technologies subsidiary is 'rejoining' the company, officials say, as its goals have been achieved.

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Canonical Is Now Using Phased Updates for Ubuntu Touch

Canonical Is Now Using Phased Updates for Ubuntu Touch

A fresh Ubuntu Touch update was made available just a few days ago, and it was received very well by the community, but Canonical also introduced a new feature called phased updates. Now that Ubuntu phones are in the wild, Canonical is trying to make everything so that the experience...

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Android Wear Poised to Get Big Update: Gesture Control, Wi-Fi and More Added

Android Wear Poised to Get Big Update: Gesture Control, Wi-Fi and More Added

Google’s wearable-friendly Android Wear OS is bound to get a new important update in the upcoming weeks. It’s high time Google revamped its platform, since the previous major update rolled out back in October. So in case you are curious what new features are incoming, Google is providing us with...

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Cloud Music Player Tomahawk Updated for Linux

Cloud Music Player Tomahawk Updated for Linux

Tomahawk is a music player capable of using both local and cloud libraries. A new update has been released for this application and it comes with a few interesting changes. Most of the music in your library is probably already available in various cloud services like Grooveshark or Beets, so...

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More eBPF Improvements Heading To Linux 4.1

With the in-development Linux 4.1 kernel one of the new features is for eBPF programs to attach to Kprobes but now there's more eBPF work headed for this next major kernel version...

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DRM Graphics Updates Sent In For The Linux 4.1 Kernel

David Airlie has sent in the big pile of DRM subsystem updates for the Linux 4.1 kernel that includes significant work to the Radeon, Intel, and Nouveau drivers along with the DRM ARM drivers and the introduction of the new VGEM driver...

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Open Computing: Vendor Landscape

Open Computing: Vendor Landscape

Several vendors have released, or will soon release, servers based on Open Compute specifications. 

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Linux 4.0 Release Boasts Unusual Numerology and Live Kernel Patching

Linux 4.0 Release Boasts Unusual Numerology and Live Kernel Patching

Linus Torvalds this week released the Linux 4.0 kernel -- a relatively small release that still holds some interesting new features. It's also a milestone for the project in a few unintentional ways, which Torvalds spells out in his  4.0 release notes .

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The Companies That Support Linux: NI

The Companies That Support Linux: NI

As new corporate members of The Linux Foundation, NI will be contributing to the PREEMPT_RT real-time Linux patchset – a key underpinning of the company's cutting edge products.

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