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New OpenStack Bexar Pairs Cloud, Storage Tools

Latest release from open source cloud player OpenStack includes support for new Glance technology combining storage and cloud-computing features, along with support from Cisco, Ubuntu.

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Dell Teams With Ubuntu in Linux Cloud Play

Computing giant extends partnership with Ubuntu commercial sponsor Canonical, announcing plans to include the Linux tech in its PowerEdge C2100 and PowerEdge C6100 servers.

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Google's Android Advance Plays to Bigger Tablets

A preview of the next version of Android shows a flashy new interface and handy widgets. Google also announced some key improvements to the Android Market.

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Top 10 Most Popular Open Source Applications in the Enterprise (Maybe)

OpenLogic provides enterprise support for a variety of open source software projects. Today the company published a list of the ten applications that its customers purchased support for most frequently. This is an interesting list because it uses support data instead of downloads as a measure of an application's popularity.

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A Free Visual Programming Language for Big Data

EMC open sources a portion of its Greenplum code.

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