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Coming Soon – AWS SDK for Go

Amazon Web Services has decided to deliver a new AWS SDK to their Go-using customers.

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Forbes Report Rounds Up Top Cloud Companies to Work For

Forbes Report Rounds Up Top Cloud Companies to Work For

Forbes has compiled a list of not only the best cloud companies to work for, but the best CEOs at these companies. 

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Linux Foundation's AllSeen IoT Alliance Opens up IP Policy

The patent issue is finally dealt with at the open source Internet of Things group.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro Might Be Soon Upon Us

Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro Might Be Soon Upon Us

Samsung has been pretty silent when it comes to tablets in the last few months. The Korean tech giant rolled out the Galaxy Tab Active at IFA 2014, but that was just a rugged, re-branded version of the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0-inch model. Anyhow, the first rumors related to Samsung’s...

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Official Google Drive Linux Client Screenshots Leaked

Web Upd8: There are almost three years since Google Drive launched and we have yet to see an official client for Linux. 

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Oracle Releases Node.js Tools

The New Stack: Back at its OpenWorld event in 2014, Oracle announced it was working on a Node.js driver for its database products. The resulting code was released last week, as open source code with an Apache 2.0 license. 

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Good Guy NVIDIA Releases New Linux Legacy Driver for Users with Old Cards

Good Guy NVIDIA Releases New Linux Legacy Driver for Users with Old Cards

NVIDIA has released a new branch of Legacy drivers for the Linux platform and they are the most advanced versions you can get right now for old video cards. People are usually concerned about new drivers for their video cards, but the truth of the matter is that there are...

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Dell updates Linux-Powered Developer Edition Portables with M3800 Monster

We had a lot of good things to say about Dell’s XPS-13 Developer Edition when we reviewed it in April 2013—in fact, the best thing about it was how normal it was.

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CoreOS Co-Founder Alex Polvi Talks Containers, Rocket vs. Docker, and More

CoreOS Co-Founder Alex Polvi Talks Containers, Rocket vs. Docker, and More

The CoreOS Linux distribution and its open source components are being widely incorporated by companies on the bleeding edge of distributed computing. CTO and co-founder Alex Polvi will discuss the future of servers, enterprise IT and Internet security at Collaboration Summit 2015 next month.

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18 New Open Source Projects in the 2015 Guide to the Open Cloud

18 New Open Source Projects in the 2015 Guide to the Open Cloud

Taking a look at the projects that were added to the 2015 Guide to the Open Cloud can help shed some light on the trends and technologies that are shaping the cloud. 

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