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Gates, Zuckerberg, to Deliver Free Coding Lesson

We all have so much to learn from the guys who brought us Clippy and Poke Code.org, the organisation that believes “every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer programming” has signed up Microsoft Bill Gates and Facebook supremo Mark Zuckerberg to teach programming.…...

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Intel Core i7 Haswell Benchmarks On Linux 3.12

So far in our testing of the Linux 3.12 kernel we have found that there are some file-system performance improvements and most noticeable is AMD Radeon performance improvements for the open-source driver. We have also found the AMD APU performance hasn't changed much and Ivy Bridge graphics are rather unchanged...

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TMON: A Linux Kernel Thermal Monitor/Tuner

The latest open-source work being done for improving Linux thermal monitoring and tuning is the TMON project that hopes to be mainlined within the Linux kernel...

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A Set of Stable Kernel Updates

The 3.11.5, 3.10.16, 3.4.66, and 3.0.100 stable updates are available. The 3.0 series is going out of support "within a week," so users of that kernel should be thinking about moving on.

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AbiWord 3.0 Released With Many Changes, GTK3

AbiWord 3.0 is finally out with support for the GTK+ 3.x tool-kit and a significant number of other new features to the GNOME-focused multi-platform open-source word processor...

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Linux 3.12 Kernel Begins To Calm With RC5

Continuing in Linus Torvalds' usual Sunday tradition, the next release candidate of the Linux kernel is now available. With today's 3.12-rc5 kernel release, the rate of change for the Linux 3.12 kernel is lessening...

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