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The Benefits of Software Defined Networking

How one telecoms company benefited from Software Defined Networking (SDN)...

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Six Clicks: Scariest Tech Trends of 2014

Yes, it's Halloween of 2014, and we're here to revisit the technologies that are so frightening, they'll make you evacuate from multiple "interfaces".

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Android Creator Andy Rubin is Leaving Google

Android Creator Andy Rubin is Leaving Google

Andy Rubin, who co-founded the Android project, is leaving Google. According to The Wall Street Journal, Rubin's departing to create an incubator for hardware startups. His role heading up the company's robotics will be taken up by James Kuffner, a research scientist at the company and a profes...

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Atom-Based Ubuntu Touch Tablet Specs Leaked

Specs have been leaked for a 10.1-inch Ubuntu Touch tablet called “UT One” that runs on an Intel Atom Z3735D SoC, with shipments expected in December. 

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Linux 3.16.y.z Extended Stable Support

The Ubuntu kernel team has announced that they will be providing extended support for the 3.16 kernel series. The team will pick up where Greg Kroah-Hartman left off, with 3.16.7, and will provide support until April 2016.

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Microsoft 'Loves' Linux? Then Stop Attacking Open Source

If Microsoft wants to show it is a member of the Linux community worthy of respect, it will take more than smiles and pink hearts.

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Has The Sky Fallen? Qualcomm Contributes To Freedreno's DRM/KMS Driver

In an interesting change of events, Code Aurora on the behalf of the Qualcomm Innovation Center has added Adreno A4xx product support to the Freedreno-spawned DRM/KMS "MSM" driver...

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Microsoft Unveils Second-Generation Open Server Design

At the Open Compute Project event in Europe, Microsoft officials rolled out server specs that include a dual-chip design and flash memory support.

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Cool Devices and Demos at Tizen Developer Summit Shanghai

Cool Devices and Demos at Tizen Developer Summit Shanghai

Last week, close to a thousand Tizen developers converged upon Shanghai to learn more about Tizen development. As always, the focus was on the technology, with a lot of content for both platform and application developers.

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Rent the Runway: Open Source Practices Improve Culture, Developer Retention

Rent the Runway: Open Source Practices Improve Culture, Developer Retention

Camille Fournier, chief technology officer at Rent the Runway, spoke to us recently about the company's use of open source practices. 

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