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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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Big? GitHub Enterprise 2.5 Thinks Massive

GitHub is focusing on enterprises with the biggest dev teams to ward off challenges from GitLab and Bitbucket.

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LibreOffice 5.1 Officially Released with Redesigned User Interface, New Features

LibreOffice 5.1 Officially Released with Redesigned User Interface, New Features

Today, February 10, The Document Foundation non-profit organization has proudly announced the release and immediate availability for download of the LibreOffice 5.1 open-source and cross-platform office suite for all supported platforms. 

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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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Arduino Yun Clone Runs OpenWrt, Offers Grove I/O

Arduino Yun Clone Runs OpenWrt, Offers Grove I/O

The Arduino YĂşn- and Grove-compatible “Seeeduino Cloud” SBC has an AR9331 WiFi chipset that runs Linux via a Dragino HE COM, plus Ethernet and USB ports. 

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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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Getting Started With OpenStack [Webinar]

Getting Started With OpenStack [Webinar]

If you’re not ready to dive into training just yet or if you’re still deciding whether OpenStack is the right choice for your organization, join us for a free webinar where our guest Tim Serewicz will address the most common OpenStack questions and concerns.

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