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Coverity Finds Open Source Software Quality Better than Proprietary Code

Coverity, a company specializing in software quality and security testing solutions, finds that open source programs tend to have fewer errors than proprietary programs.

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Amazon Web Services Eyes the Desktop Next

Amazon Web Services is huge and still growing - and it's aiming at the desktop next.

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Google Mounts $100K Project Ara Dev Challenge

Google Mounts $100K Project Ara Dev Challenge

Google announced a $100,000 developers' challenge prize on Wednesday, the second day of its Project Ara modular phone developers' conference. The top two runners-up will get all-expenses paid trips for two or three people to the next Ara devcon -- there will be a few more held this year --...

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BeagleBone Black Doubles Flash, Embraces Debian

BeagleBoard.org announced a slightly pricier Rev C version of the BeagleBone Black that doubles eMMC flash and switches from Angstrom to Debian Linux. To celebrate the first birthday of the BeagleBone Black, BeagleBoard.org is shipping a new version of the open source hacker SBC called the Rev C. An...

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Schaller: Preparing the Ground for the Fedora Workstation

Here is a long piece from Christian Schaller describing the planning for the upcoming Fedora Workstation product. "So when we are planning the Fedora Workstation we are not just looking at what features we can develop for individual libraries or applications like GTK+, Firefox or LibreOffice, but we...

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Chromium Browser Going Through Growing Pains In Ubuntu 14.04

Google's open-source Chromium browser is in a bit of a bad shape for this week's release of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS...

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NVIDIA Might be Working on G-SYNC Linux Support

NVidia GSync is proprietary technology found on supported NVidia cards that reduces tearing, stuttering, input lag, and other similar gaming problems. 

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How Eni is Enlisting IBM's Watson in the Hunt for Black Gold

The Italian energy giant is creating a new business unit to explore how IBM's cognitive computing could help it find new oil reserves and make better business decisions.

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Learn How to Contribute to the Linux Kernel, Take the Eudyptula Challenge

Learn How to Contribute to the Linux Kernel, Take the Eudyptula Challenge

If you want to contribute to the Linux kernel but aren't sure where to start, the Eudyptula Challenge could be a great way to test your programming skills and learn how to participate in the kernel community.

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Intro to Linux Training Opens Up a World of Commands

Intro to Linux Training Opens Up a World of Commands

I'd highly recommend taking the introductory course to anyone, hobbyist or professional, who wants to quickly gain a more technical understanding of Linux and become more adept at using the command line. And with the Linux Foundation's recently announced partnership with edX, everyone has free acces...

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