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Google Exacylcle Program Offers Supercomputing Muscle to Academics

As Google's reach has extended about as far as any technology company's reach can, it has also become master of powerful compute cycles. Google operates data centers and tech infrastructure that now dwarf the available infrastructure at many top universities, government institutions, and other organizations.

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Aurora Is a More Stable, Bleeding Edge Dev Channel for Firefox

Windows/Mac/Linux: Mozilla today launched Aurora, a semi-stable dev build of Firefox that represents Mozilla's move toward a new, rapid-release cycle aimed at "giv[ing] users more opportunities to participate in building Firefox."

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How To Set Up A Serial Port Between Two Virtual Machines In VirtualBox

I needed to test serial communication between two VirtualBox guest machines on Linux. This tutorial describes what I did to set up a serial port between two virtual machines running on VirtualBox.

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Could the Time Be Right for Red Hat to Compete On the Desktop?

While Red Hat's story is one of very consistent success based on a unique business model of providing subscription support and services for open source software, the company has also consistently eschewed competing on the consumer desktop.

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FuseSource Continues Strategy Of Support For Apache Projects

Back in October I wrote about a new spin off from Progress Software called FuseSource. They are trying to do with Apache Projects what Red Hat has been able to do with Linux.  I like the company because they are very clear on what their mission is. They don't consider...

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