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Sharp is Now Selling Smart TVs With Roku Built In

Sharp is Now Selling Smart TVs With Roku Built In

Roku is today adding another name to its list of smart TV partners: Sharp, which is now offering two TV sets with Roku built in. That makes Sharp the fourth company to get on board with the Roku TV program, which offers manufacturers a way to enhance their TVs with access...

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Oculus Rift Consumer Version Coming in Early 2016, Gets Two Images

Oculus Rift Consumer Version Coming in Early 2016, Gets Two Images

After a long wait and plenty of speculation, Oculus has just reveled the highly anticipated consumer version of its Rift virtual reality headset, alongside a firm release period of the first quarter of 2016. Oculus amazed millions of gamers with the first version of its Rift headset, which brought v...

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Xubuntu Core 15.04 Officially Released, Not Related to Ubuntu Core

Xubuntu Core 15.04 Officially Released, Not Related to Ubuntu Core

A new official Xubuntu flavor called "core" has been announced by developers. It's based on Ubuntu, and it integrates the Xfce desktop environment and nothing else. The Xubuntu development team has announced the launch of a new spin that is really slim, and that integrates only a minimal number of.....

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Mark Shuttleworth Asks Devs from Different Desktop Environments to Work Together

Mark Shuttleworth Asks Devs from Different Desktop Environments to Work Together

Mark Shuttleworth had a very interesting keynote at the opening of the Ubuntu Online Summit for 15.10, and he said the developers from all the desktop environments should work together towards a common goal. One of the most important aspects that Linux is criticized for is the fact that there...

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More Serious Security Flaws Found in Lenovo Computers

More Serious Security Flaws Found in Lenovo Computers

The computer maker issued a patch to prevent hackers exploiting an update app.

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OpenGL 4.1 Extension Implemented For Intel Mesa Sandy Bridge

In January of 2014 there was ARB_viewport_array added to the Intel Mesa driver, an extension needed for OpenGL 4.1 compliance, but at the time it was only enabled for Ivy Bridge graphics hardware and newer. Intel has now extended that support back to Sandy Bridge...

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How - and Why - to Speak at Linux Foundation Events

How - and Why - to Speak at Linux Foundation Events

The open source community lives and grows through collaboration. That collaboration is driven online but we’ve witnessed first hand how much can be done and quickened by face-to-face meetings. 

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Video: 84-Year-Old Volunteer Rebuilds, Sends Linux Laptops to Africa

Video: 84-Year-Old Volunteer Rebuilds, Sends Linux Laptops to Africa

Retired pastor James Anderson, age 84, learned how to use Linux nine years ago so that he could fix up old pentium laptops and send them to schools and nonprofits in Africa.

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