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Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into a Web Server

Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular devices around. Educators, enthusiats, students and even Googlers love it.

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HP's Moonshot Cadence: Intel's C2000 on Deck, ARM 'Fairly Quickly'

HP's next Moonshot will feature Intel's C2000 family of processors, but systems based on AMD and ARM aren't too far behind.

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Nginx, the Popular Open-Source Web Server, Goes Commercial

Following in the footsteps of open-source companies like Red Hat and SUSE, Nginx's developers are offering a commercial version of its flagship open-source program, the popular Nginx Web server.

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Creating a $99 Parallel Computing Machine is Just as Hard as it Sounds

Adapteva Ten months ago, the chipmaker Adapteva unveiled a bold quest—to create a Raspberry Pi-sized computer that can perform the same types of tasks typically reserved for supercomputers. And... they wanted to sell it for only $99. A successful Kickstarter project raised nearly $900,000 for the so-called "Parallella," and the company got to work with a goal of shipping...

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Intel Targets Microservers with 8-Core Atom SoC

Atom C2000 SoCs offer the performance of Xeon processors with the added benefit of the extra features found on SoCs.

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