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Google Plays the Long Game with ChromeOS

Google is betting that slow and steady will prove a winning strategy for its ChromeOS platform, and is reporting some successes for the system in the education sector.…...

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Desura Game Client Is Now Open-Source

Desura, the Steam-like game distribution service that came natively to Linux last year, is now open-source...

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Proposed New Cloud Standard Could Give Amazon Serious Competition

In the cloud computing arena, one of the biggest debates in 2011 surrounded cloud "lock-in," as many businesses and organizations are demanding increased portability of cloud applications between platforms, and increasingly pursuing open source solutions. Now, some of the biggest hitters on the technology scene are backing a proposed specification to do away with lock-in issues.

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Amazon Takes Another Pass at NoSQL with DynamoDB

Amazon's Dynamo paper (PDF) is the paper that launched a thousand NoSQL databases, if you'll pardon a twisted metaphor and wee bit of exaggeration. The paper inspired, at least in part, Apache Cassandra, Voldemort, Riak and other projects.

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At the Intersection of Open Source and Cloud Computing, You'll Find...Jobs

As 2012 launches, some good news has rolled in on the employment front, but there are still many people looking for work. As noted in this post, it's entirely possible to graduate with a technology-related degree but not end up offering in-demand skills to employers.

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