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The Internet Is Broken, and Shellshock Is Just the Start of Our Woes

The year was 1987, and as Fox drove cross-country to his new home, the tapes held a software program called Bash, a tool for the UNIX operating system he had written and tagged with a license that let anyone use the code and even redistribute it to others.

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Cloudflare Just Added SSL Encryption to Two Million Websites for Free

Cloudflare Just Added SSL Encryption to Two Million Websites for Free

Last year, the web optimization network CloudFlare promised it would double SSL usage on the web in 2014 — and last night, the company made good on its promise. Overnight, CloudFlare deployed its Universal SSL feature, offering free SSL encryption to any site that opted in. All told, that meant......

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Eclipse Foundation Delivers Open IoT Stack for Java

The Eclipse IoT community is helping Java developers to connect and manage devices in an IoT solution by delivering an Open IoT Stack for Java.

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A Few Details of Samsung’s Budget Indian Tizen Smartphone SM-Z130H Emerge

Tizen Experts: The Tizen Smartphone that is expected to launch in India this November has had a few of its details passed to Sammobile this morning. 

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Web Software vs. Native Linux Software

Both Web-based software and Linux software offer significant costs savings. Is one actually better in the long term?

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Linux 3.17-rc7 Released: Linux 3.17 Final Release Pushed Back

While Linus Torvalds was looking at possibly releasing Linux 3.17 this weekend, there's been a chance of course with a 3.17-rc7 kernel instead having been released...

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HP Unveils ARM-Based Moonshot Servers

The new systems ramp up ARM's competition with Intel and give data centers greater compute choices.

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Preview: Radeon Gallium3D Performance For CS:GO On Linux

Following last week's release of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for Linux I published many AMD/NVIDIA GPU benchmarks of CS:GO. Those initial results were done using the proprietary AMD and NVIDIA Linux graphics drivers while starting today will be the open-source graphics driver results for this h...

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Open Source Drives Innovation in Another Multi-Billion Dollar Market: World’s Largest Carriers, Vendors to Bring Virtualization

Open Source Drives Innovation in Another Multi-Billion Dollar Market: World’s Largest Carriers, Vendors to Bring Virtualization

The Linux Foundation today is announcing a new Collaborative Project, Open Platform for NFV, or OPNFV. It involves nearly 40 companies and has largely been driven by end users like AT&T, China Mobile, NTT DOCOMO, Telecom Italia and Vodafone, among others. Together this community aims to build a ...

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Linux Foundation Certified Engineer Will Sheldon on What It's Like to Pass the Exam

Linux Foundation Certified Engineer Will Sheldon on What It's Like to Pass the Exam

Just a few days after the Linux Foundation announced its  new certification program  in August, Will Sheldon took the certified engineer exam and passed. Here he discusses why he took the exam, how he prepared, what the test was like, and gives some helpful advice for anyone who plans t...

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