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Red Hat Begins Offering Free OpenShift to Startups

With the OpenShift Startup Program, startups will have access to Red Hat's hosted cloud environment, which includes development, testing, quality assurance and production hosting.

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What Software Defined Storage Means for OpenStack

What Software Defined Storage Means for OpenStack

Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Sage Weil, one of the speakers at the upcoming OpenStack Summit. I seized the chance to ask him a few quick questions about his talk and the things which matter to him. Just in case there are some of you who are...

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Designing a 68K Single Board Computer

Big Mess O' Wires Blog: Hackers of a certain age love the 68000 family of CPUs, and I’ve begun sketching out designs for a 68K-based single board computer. 

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CyanogenMod to Add Universal Sync and Handoffs

Nextbit unveiled a cloud-based “Baton” service for CyanogenMod’s Android builds that enables sync and handoffs between devices, plus backup and restore. Half Moon Bay, Calif. based startup Nextbit unveiled its Baton service with an private beta release at the Recode Code/Mobile conference. The...

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With Sprout, HP Bets on Remaking the PC as a 3D Maker Tool

Hewlett Packard wants to infuse life into PCs with a new kind of machine that uses a built-in projector for surface-enabled touch and 3D scanning. Will makers and creatives get on board?

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MIAOW: An Open-Source GPU Design Based On AMD's Southern Islands

A new open-source GPU design has been published designed to run on FPGAs... What makes this "open hardware" project more interesting than past designs is that their compute unit was designed around AMD's public "Southern Islands" instruction set architecture...

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Introducing the 2014 Linux Training Scholarship Winners

Introducing the 2014 Linux Training Scholarship Winners

The Linux Foundation recently announced its 2014 Linux training scholarship winners. This year marked the strongest demand we’ve ever seen for this program with more than 1,000 applications received. Reading through the submissions it became clear that learning Linux is widely recognized as a smart ...

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The Companies That Support Linux: Altera

The Companies That Support Linux: Altera

Contributing upstream to the Linux kernel is hugely important to Altera.

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