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The DRM Graphics Driver Changes For Linux 3.14

David Airlie has sent in the much anticipated Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) graphics drivers changes for the Linux 3.14 kernel...

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Distro Review: 60 Days Beating Up openSUSE 13.1

openSUSE fans claim it has the best KDE4 implementation, and is an all-around uber-nice distro. Does it? Is it?

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10 cool Android apps to start the year

There are so many apps in the Google Play store it can be hard finding those useful gems. We've done the work for you with these 10 cool Android apps.

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Hugo Trippaers

OpenDaylight is an open source project and open to all. Developers can contribute at the individual level just like any other open source project. This blog series highlights the people who are collaborating to create the future of Software Defined-Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). Hugo Trippaers currently works as a mission critical engineer for Schuberg Philis with 20 years of IT experience in roles ranging from network architect to software developer. Within every role, Hugo had an eye for open source projects and has often been contributing code and knowledge. In his current position he is spending most of his time writing code for open source projects. How did you get involved with OpenDaylight? What is your background? I got involved with SDN when one of my colleagues asked me to look at integrating Nicira NVP with Apache CloudStack (ACS). When I said yes, I got on a rollercoaster ride that took me to the Nicira offices in Palo Alto where I was able to meet with Martin Casado and the other folks at Nicira. That really got me hooked on the whole concept of SDN, and I integrated SDN support into Apache CloudStack. Since that day I’ve been deeply involved with the Apache CloudStack (ACS) community where I am one of the members of the Project Management Committee. My goal for ACS is to make sure that Apache CloudStack supports as many SDN solutions as possible. When I learned of the OpenDaylight Project I knew I wanted to have support for that as well. After e-meeting with Brent Salisbury and Madhu Venugopal on how to do the integration, I got really interested in the internals of OpenDaylight and started to help out where I...

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Every company will revolve around software: How many will succeed?

Simply put, whether it's custom software or off the shelf with tweaks, applications will make or break brands.

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Intel Continues Optimizing Counter-Strike: GO For Linux

Another patch hit mainline Mesa this past week that further improves the Linux performance of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive even though Valve has yet to publicly release the title for Linux gamers...

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