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KVM Matures, and the Use Cases Multiply

KVM Matures, and the Use Cases Multiply

LinuxCon Europe and KVM Forum were recently held in Dusseldorf, and the conferences this year reflected the changes taking place in the Linux ecosystem generally – and particularly around KVM.

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Bandwidth, Network Speeds Exploding with Hyperscale Deployments

The study found 57 percent of respondents have adopted hyperscale networking environments that require massive scalability in network resources.

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Samsung's Gear S Smartwatch Coming to the US on November 7th

Samsung's Gear S Smartwatch Coming to the US on November 7th

Samsung's Gear S smartwatch will launch in the United States on November 7th, the company announced today. All four major US carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile) will carry the device, and you'll also be able to purchase it from Samsung's store-in-a-store shops at Best Buy locations ac...

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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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Windows 8.1 vs. Ubuntu 14.10 With Intel HD Graphics

For those curious how the latest open-source Intel Linux graphics driver is performing against Intel's newest closed-source Windows OpenGL driver, we've put Ubuntu 14.10 (including a second run with the latest Linux kernel / Mesa) against Microsoft Windows 8.1 with the newest Intel GPU driver releas...

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GNOME 3.15.1 Released

The first development snapshot for the GNOME 3.15 cycle is now available, which will end up being GNOME 3.16 come next March...

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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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Cool Devices and Demos at Tizen Developer Summit Shanghai

Cool Devices and Demos at Tizen Developer Summit Shanghai

Last week, close to a thousand Tizen developers converged upon Shanghai to learn more about Tizen development. As always, the focus was on the technology, with a lot of content for both platform and application developers.

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Rent the Runway: Open Source Practices Improve Culture, Developer Retention

Rent the Runway: Open Source Practices Improve Culture, Developer Retention

Camille Fournier, chief technology officer at Rent the Runway, spoke to us recently about the company's use of open source practices. 

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