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WordPress 3.3 Released

The WordPress 3.3 release (code-named "Sonny") is available. "Experienced users will appreciate the new drag-and-drop uploader, hover menus for the navigation, the new toolbar, improved co-editing support, and the new Tumblr importer. We've also been thinking a ton about what the WordPress experience is like for people completely new to...

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Latest MapR 1.2 Distribution Prepares for a New Hadoop

The astonishing speed at which the "big data" processing industry is evolving dwarfs anything we've ever seen with regard to software. Problems that stymied the best engineers just 18 short months ago are now commonplace tasks for modern data centers.

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Run ChromeOS with a Hint of Lime: ChromiumOS Lime Builds (Finally) Available

What's 338 days late between friends? Last year Hexxeh promised ChromiumOS Lime builds "within the next two weeks." Unfortunately, the schedule slipped just a little, and Lime builds didn't come out until December 2nd. Better late than never, though.

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Are Google's Cloud Applications Ready to Unseat Microsoft Office?

As noted here yesterday, VentureBeat has its CloudBeat 2011 conference going on right now in Redwood City, Calif, where pundits are weighing in on the state of cloud computing. Allan Leinwand, CTO at Zynga, Google VP Amit Singh, and John Dillon, CEO of Engine Yard are a few of the speakers at the conference. Google's Singh spoke at the conference yesterday, taking issue with Microsoft's assertions that it is winning in the enterprise cloud business, and noting that many enterprises are choosing Google Apps instead of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. 

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The Cause Of The Xen Linux Performance Issues

Recently I published some controversial benchmark results of the Xen performance on the Linux 3.0 kernel compared to bare-metal and KVM virtualization along with noting awkward Linux power management when using Xen. The results were valid and have now been confirmed by Xen developers and they have narrowed down the...

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