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Linux Foundation Responds to the Heartbleed Bug

The Linux Foundation takes security very seriously. We, like many others, use the popular OpenSSL library to secure our web services. Within hours of the publishing of the OpenSSL advisory Tuesday and the LWN news report, we began patching our affected SSL services, which we completed Tuesday night/Wednesday morning (07:45 UTC). All SSL sites we manage have had newly-generated certificates installed.

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Wearable Tech Shipments to Pass 100 Million by 2018, says IDC

With shipments expected to reach 19 million this year, IDC thinks wearables will finally move beyond early-adopter status.

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Facebook Rebooting Their Open Source Contributions

Facebook is on a new open source journey. They're managing hundreds of active open source projects across the company and over the last nine months, have rebooted how they run those projects. Just scroll through their GitHub pages to browse the projects they're actively contributing to. Yes, they have six...

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LLVM Spun Off Into Its Own Independent, Non-Profit

For years I've heard of LLVM planning to spin off into its own non-profit, independent organization and today that's finally moving forward...

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Intel Plans to Launch $100m Fund for Smart Devices

The Intel Smart Device Innovation Center in Shenzhen will be granted a $100m cash injection for investment within China.

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