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Virtuozzo Source Code Available

The OpenVZ team has announced the open source code release of several Virtuozzo userspace utilities. The utilities include prlctl, a unified command line tool to manage virtual machines and containers; libprlsdk, Virtuozzo API C++ and python libraries, used for local and remote communications with a...

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Red Hat CEO: Public Cloud "Obscenely Expensive at Scale"

TechRepublic: Whitehurst believes Amazon Web Services (AWS) makes sense for test and dev, but it can't compete with private cloud at scale. Do you agree? 

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Canonical Announces Major Improvements for Ubuntu Touch in Next OTA Updates

Canonical Announces Major Improvements for Ubuntu Touch in Next OTA Updates

The Ubuntu Touch platform already received a few major updates in the past few months, but the developers are preparing so much more with the next releases. This information was revealed during the latest Ubuntu insider hangout. Canonical revealed some interesting information to some Ubuntu insiders...

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Nintendo Denies Report It's Planning to Use Android for Next Game Console

Nintendo Denies Report It's Planning to Use Android for Next Game Console

Yesterday, major Japanese business newspaper Nikkei reported that Nintendo is looking into using Android to power its next console, codenamed NX. Not so, says Nintendo. "There is no truth to the report saying that we are planning to adopt Android for NX." That's the statement from a Nintendo sp...

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Beautiful Blackhole 2D Platformer Ported to Linux

Beautiful Blackhole 2D Platformer Ported to Linux

Blackhole is a beautifully rendered 2D sci-fi hardcore platformer developed and published on Steam by FiolaSoft Studio. The game has been ported to the Linux platform along with the just-released DLC. There are quite a few 2D platformers on the Linux platform, and you might think that there isn't en...

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Qt 5.4.2 Officially Released

The second point release to Qt 5.4 is now available with various fixes and minor improvements...

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Cavium, System Makers Unveil ARM-Based Servers, Boards

As Computex 2015 gets underway, server makers like Asus and Gigabyte announce they are using Cavium's ThunderX SoCs in new systems.

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Intel Updates Fifth-Gen Core Chips With Iris Pro Graphics

Intel has revamped its fifth-generation Core lineup of silicon for desktops and mobile, adding an Iris Pro 6200 graphics chip to the CPUs.

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Why Companies That Use Open Source Need a Compliance Program

Why Companies That Use Open Source Need a Compliance Program

Skilled open source attorneys can provide practical advice to software developers on open source compliance.

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Our Top 10 Favorite Video Games (An Informal Poll)

Our Top 10 Favorite Video Games (An Informal Poll)

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Pac-Man last week, we asked Linux Foundation followers on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to nominate their favorite videos games of all time.

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