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What is the Value of Red Hat's Patents?

Linux leader Red Hat has now been recognized for the strength of its patents, what is it doing with all that intellectual property?

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Open Source GCC 4.6 Compiler Gets Faster

From the blogs: Leading open source compiler adds support for Google's Go language and speeds up in new release.

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Amazon Debuts Cloud Storage and Player

Amazon launches new Cloud Player for streaming and storing music and delivers Cloud Storage for consumers.

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OpenFlow: The NoSQL of Network Protocols

In the early 1960s, Paul Baran invented packet switching. Packet switching became the foundation ARPANET, which later gave way to the Internet. Baran died at the age of 84 last Saturday.

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GCC 4.6 Brings Intel Optimizations, AVX, Improvements

While no release announcement has yet to hit the wire, GCC 4.6.0 is now available. Uploaded to the GCC mirrors yesterday afternoon was the GCC 4.6.0 final source packages, right ahead of their planned release which is/was expected to be around Monday. It was only earlier this month that the...

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