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Hot Relocation HDD To SSD Support For Btrfs

In working to enhance the performance of the Btrfs file-system in cases where certain data/files are frequently used, a set of patches for providing hot relocation support has been posted...

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NASA is Funding a 3D Food Printer, and It'll Start with Pizza

NASA is funding research into 3D-printed food. Mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor received a $125,000 grant from the agency to build a prototype 3D printer with the aim of automating food creation. It's hoped the system could provide astronauts food during long-distance space travel, but its creator has the loftier aim...

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The Windows Kernel's 'Achilles' Heel'

Life is like a roller coaster, as the popular saying goes, filled with both ups and downs. Here in the Linux blogosphere we've certainly experienced our share of downs in recent months -- thanks in large part to a frustrating spate of FUD -- but lately the clouds have parted...

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Intel Releases 'Beacon Mountain' Android-on-Atom Dev Tool

Intel has released “Beacon Mountain” a development environment for Android apps on both its own Atom silicon and ARM chippery.…...

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Stable Kernels 3.9.3, 3.4.46, and 3.0.79

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 3.9.3, 3.4.46, and 3.0.79 stable kernels. As always, they contain important fixes throughout the tree, so users should upgrade.

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Is Patenting Open Source Software The New Normal?

In an interesting new Outercurve Foundation blog post from Penn State professor Clark Asay, he discusses "the tactic of patenting open source software to guard against patent trolls and the weaponization of corporate patent portfolios...gaining momentum in the FOSS community." Depending on who you talk to, the practice of patenting open source creations is either poison or an obvious requirement in a competitive world. 

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