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Google Has Quietly Launched Its Answer to AWS Lambda

The Google Cloud Platform, the public cloud infrastructure from Google that developers can use to build and run their own apps, last night released a fascinating service called Google Cloud Functions.

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GSMA Outlines Thoroughly Sensible IoT Security Rules

About time: the GSM Association has released a bunch of guidelines to try and address the chronic insecurity of the Internet of Things. The significance of the initiative is that it's been agreed to by a collective of major carriers...

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Mentor Embedded Linux Adds SMACK Security and IoT Support

Mentor Embedded Linux Adds SMACK Security and IoT Support

Mentor Graphics has updated Mentor Embedded Linux (MEL) with Yocto Project 2.0 code, SMACK security, and support for CANopen, BACNet, and 6LoWPAN.

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Twelve Robots That Run Linux

Twelve Robots That Run Linux

The future of robotics is open source. Linux helps power these 12 robots.

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OpenSUSE Developers Tackle Redesigning YaST

For users of the rolling-release openSUSE Tumbleweed distribution, there has been a major rework of YaST taking place.

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First Timer’s Guide to FOSS Conferences

I’ve been going to FOSS (free and open source) conferences since 2006. My first open source conference was FreedomHEC in Seattle, a little 30-person conference for Linux users to protest Microsoft’s WinHEC. 

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Raspberry Pi: New NOOBS and Raspbian Releases

Raspberry Pi: New NOOBS and Raspbian Releases

Updated images are available for NOOBS (1.6.0) and Raspbian (2016-02-03). Existing system can simply be updated in place.

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Dell Moves Forward With Firmware Updating On Linux

Dell is moving forward with offering natively UEFI firmware flashing from the Linux desktop.

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The Year of the Open Blockchain

The Year of the Open Blockchain

The Hyperledger Project is ramping up incredibly fast, a confirmation of the pent-up demand for an enterprise-grade, cross-industry open standard for distributed ledgers. This week we’re announcing a total of 30 founding members are helping to establish this project for long-term market transforma...

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The Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative Working with White House on Cybersecurity National Action Plan

The Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative Working with White House on Cybersecurity National Action Plan

The White House today announced its  Cybersecurity National Action Plan  (CNAP), which includes a series of steps and programs to enhance cybersecurity capabilities within the Federal Government and across the country. In the proposal, the White House announced collaboration with The Linux F...

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