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The Talos Secure Workstation Is A High-Performance Libre System

Raptor Engineering is working on the Talos Secure Workstation, which is being advertised as a high-performance, open-to-the-firmware system that is much better than the commonly antiquated "freed" x86 systems. 

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Cluster Computing with Ansible and Raspberry Pi

In this brief video introduction, I'll walk you through the basics of Ansible using a cluster of six Raspberry Pi 2 model B computers. 

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Dell Will Ship XPS 13 Developer Edition "Project Sputnik" Linux Laptops with Skylake Chips

Linux enthusiasts rejoice: Super-thin “Project Sputnik” XPS 13 laptops from Dell with Ubuntu and Intel Skylake chips should be just around the corner.

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AMD's New Desktop Chips Run Faster, Cooler and Quieter Than Ever

AMD has garnered a reputation in the PC component world of focusing on throughput over thermals, or power over practicality. That's been true for some time, but the chipmaker is looking to turn that around with its latest desktop processors for 2016.

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14 Linux-Based Gift Ideas for Your Geeky Valentine

Linux is in the air. For Linux lovers, there is nothing better than getting a Linux running device. And if you're the Linux fan, what better opportunity to plant the seed of Linux in your valentine's heart? 

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Is Raspberry Pi Ready for IoT Primetime? myDevices Says Yes

Raspberry Pi mini-computers have made a lot of inroads among geeks as inexpensive, tinkerer-friendly ways to experiment with embedded computing. But are the devices ready for the IoT commercial market? myDevices, which this week released a drag-and-drop programming tool for the Raspberry Pi that focuses on IoT applications, says yes.

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