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Gingerbread-based CyanogenMod 7.0 previewed

The CyanogenMod developers have published previews of version 7.0 of their modified Android firmware, the project's next major release. CM7 is based on Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" and features a new boot animation, as well as various other changes...

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Cloud IT a $1.6B Business in 2011: IDC

The research firm has a rosy forecast for network equipment revenues driving deployments of both public and private cloud in the coming year.

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Broadcom Joins the Linux Foundation

Just on the heels of its wireless driver being released in the staging tree of the 2.6.37 kernel, Broadcom has joined the Linux Foundation. "In September, Broadcom® announced it had open sourced its drivers for selected Wi-Fi chipsets, a pivotal move that garnered applause throughout the Linux community. Since then,...

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Qualcomm to Boost Wi-Fi With $3.1B Atheros Buy

With the acquisition of Atheros, mobile chipset maker Qualcomm plans to extend the networking technologies needed to keep pace with the convergence of mobile and traditional computing devices.

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Linux 2011 Dawns With 2.6.37 Kernel

Not wasting any time in the New Year, open source Linux operating system is out with a new kernel, promising new security and performance improvements.

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