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Is Open Source Hardware for People or for Businesses?

Must open source hardware be something that points more to the people, and their fundamental freedoms – as to have access to knowledge and to share it – or more to companies as a means of growth and increased efficiency? Open source hardware may be used as a tool to conquer new markets if plugged into an appropriate business strategy. Freedoms or business adoptance? 

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Steams Ahead On Linux

As some good news for the Linux graphics community after discovering the AMD Radeon R9 290 is currently a big disappointment on Linux (likely due to the Linux Catalyst driver not being kept up as well as the Windows Catalyst version), I was testing the GeForce GTX 780 Ti along...

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Seagate Introduces a New Drive Interface: Ethernet

It’s not time to say goodbye to the old storage network quite yet, but a new combination of cloud, networking, and storage technology might mark the beginning of the end for SANs—Seagate has introduced a new storage architecture that puts Ethernet directly on the disk drive. Called the Kinetic Open Storage Platform, the new approach turns disks themselves into servers, delivering data over the network to applications using...

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Starting an Open Hardware Company and Building in the Open

For nearly as long as the three of us have known each other, we have talked about the things we would make when we had our own company. The seriousness of that statement grew and waned over time. But early this year, a friend who was just getting into working...

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John Carmack Says Odds of Steam Machines Being Successful are 'A Little Bit Dicey'

As one of the most respected voices in gaming, John Carmack is quick to point out that he got it wrong when predicting the fate of Steam, Valve's now hugely-popular distribution platform for video games. But when asked for his thoughts on the company's SteamOS and Steam Machines, Carmack said...

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