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A Formula for Launching the Red Hats of the Future

Last week Peter Levine, former XenXource CEO and current Andreesen Horowitz partner, wrote an article for TechCrunch: Why There Will Never be Another RedHat: The Economics of Open Source. In that article he makes a reasonable case for opining that the likelihood of another company achieving Red Hat-scale success based...

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$7,000-Per-Month Tech Interns are Making Bank, Says Report

Glassdoor releases a list of the highest-paying companies for interns and (surprise, surprise) most of them are tech companies. [Read more]    ...

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IBM Uses Thinking Computer to Generate Chocolate Burritos and Other Weird Food

Cognitive computers — machines capable of learning, rather that simply following programming — may one day be able to mimic human brains. But first, they're being used to invent chocolate burritos and Swiss-Thai asparagus quiche. IBM, a leader in the field of cognitive computing who has been working with DARPA since 2008...

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IBM Courts Mobile Developers for Watson Platform

The company launches a developer challenge to prime the app ecosystem pump for its Watson cognitive computing platform.

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Linux Snapshot: Pay Rates and Employers with the Most Job Ads

If paychecks are any kind of a measure, then people with Linux skills are doing better than most.

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