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Who's Keeping Tabs on Tablet Security?

Forget the notebook, the netbook or the laptop; this is going to be the year of the tablet. Corporations from Salesforce.com to Mercedes-Benz and JPMorgan Chase have started equipping their executives with iPads. Meanwhile, a slew of new Android and Windows tablets have been taking the spotlight at CES this...

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News: Linux 2.6.37 Kernel Promises to Unlock OS

First Linux Kernel of 2011 is out, delivering new security, virtualization and performance benefits to Linux users.

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Tip: Extending Yum With Plugins

Yum is the excellent package manager used on Red Hat, Fedora, and other related Linux distributions. Did you know you can extend its usefulness with plugins?
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Tutorial: More Excellent Plugins for Yum

Last week we learned that Yum supports a robust ecosystem of plugins, and how to find and manage them. Today we look at some good Yum plugins for security, and managing package priorities.

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Report: 715 Open Source Software Applications

Are you wondering what Linux and Free/Open Source software have to offer you? Check out Cynthia Harvey's monster list of 715 FOSS applications for all occasions and all operating systems.

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Blender 2.56 Beta Released

The Blender Foundation says that Blender 2.56 beta is for the most part feature complete and over 440 bugs have been fixed since the 2.55 beta. A very bad bug in "undo" for the Cloth/Fluid sim, discovered the day after the initial release, is slated to be fixed by a...

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