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Google Soups Up Apache With New Speed Module

Google on Wednesday released mod_pagespeed, a module for the Apache HTTP Server that will automatically perform various website speed optimization tasks. This includes 15 or so on-the-fly optimizations. Google claims mod_pagespeed reduces average page load times by up to 50 percent. However, mod_pagespeed works only on Apache servers and is...

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Google Releases Security Update for Chrome

Google has released version 7.0.517.44 of Chrome for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, a security update that addresses a total of 12 "high" priority vulnerabilities. An update for the beta channel release adds the company's new PDF viewer and more sync services...

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Linux Beyond X: Shuttleworth Contemplates Wayland

Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth wrote a blog post this week contemplating the possibility of making Ubuntu's new Unity shell work on the Wayland display system, with the aim of eventually shipping Wayland as Ubuntu's standard display manager. A transition of such enormous scope isn't going to happen in the near...

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Drupal Founder's Secrets to Open Source Success

The head of the Drupal project details how the open source project became successful.

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Oracle Tweaks Sun HPC Blades For Enterprise Clouds

Timothy Prickett Morgan over at the Register takes a look at new upgrades to Sun Blades from Oracle. These C48 systems were developed by Sun Microsystems for the HPC market, but are ideal for Oracle IT customers looking for high density and integrated high-speed networking. Sun (Oracle) has not shown too much of an interest in this HPC market because the margins at the big supercomputer centers are pretty thin, but blade servers are nonetheless in...

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