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3D Printing's Success Points to a Rosy Future for Open Hardware

It's no secret that open source has shaken up the software world, not least for the savings it's brought both organizations and consumers. Now it's starting to look like open source hardware could have a similar, game-changing effect.

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Axios Open Source Modular Ergonomic Keyboard should be coming soon

Axios Open Source Modular Ergonomic Keyboard is coming soon on Crowd Supply: we are following this project since a while and it looks like they’re about to launch (promised news after Seattle’s Mini Maker Faire that was at the end of march).

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Why ARM Servers, And Why Now? (EnterpriseTech)

Timothy Prickett Morgan takes a look at how the ARM server ecosystem is coming along. "As Canonical announced two weeks ago, Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS is the X-Gene 1 from Applied Micro and the Thunder from Cavium Networks. Red Hat has demonstrated its Fedora development Linux on the X-Gene 1 and AMD’s “Seattle” Opteron A1150 processors, and Jon Masters, chief ARM architect at Red Hat, said at the ARM Tech Day that 98.6 percent of the...

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Google and Intel Team Up to Give Chromebooks More Power

Lenovo isn't the only company with Chromebook news today. Intel and a slew of hardware manufacturers announced a lineup of new Chrome devices today at an event in San Francisco — including devices that will feature more powerful hardware than we've seen thus far in most mainstream Chromebooks.

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Chromebook Space Heating Up: Asus Launches Two Models

Hot on the heals of two new Chromebooks from Lenovo, Asus joins the fray with the C200 and C300 Chromebooks.

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The World's Largest PC Maker Now Wants to Sell You a Chromebook

The world's largest PC maker is announcing its first mainstream Chromebooks today, making the company the latest in a long list of Windows manufacturers to hop on board Google's stripped-down operating system. Lenovo is unveiling two Chromebooks today, the N20 and N20p. Both models are identical save a 300-degree rotating...

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