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ARM64 Support Will Improve In Linux 3.10 (AArch64)

Support for the emerging 64-bit ARM Architecture, a.k.a. ARM64 or AArch64, will see better support with the Linux 3.10 kernel...

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Open Source Business Conference and New Survey Highlight Key Trends

Every year, in conjunction with the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), a series of markers and metrics roll out that provide a glimpse at how open source technology is advancing and contributing to innovation. The conference has been underway in San Francisco this week, and the latest edition of the gathering is no exception. Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst weighed in on the state of open source, and survey results put some numbers on where it stands. Jim Whitehurst has spoken at a few iterations of the OSBC gathering, and he frequently points out there that open source components are making their way into the software portfolios of nearly all businesses and organizations. 

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Windows 8 Inches up in Desktop OS Market

Microsoft's latest OS is gradually catching up to Vista among desktop operating systems, according to new numbers from Net Applications. [Read more]    ...
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Open Source Still Key as Windows Azure Platform Goes General Availability

Our mission here at OpenLogic is to promote healthy open source growth and adoption in enterprises, and it is very important to us for these endeavors to respect the open source communities. It has been about a year since we started collaborating with Microsoft to provide the CentOS image for Windows Azure. During that time, there have been the expected conversations concerning Microsoft and its relationship with open source.

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Lightworks Available for Linux as Public Beta

Hollywood studios use GNU/Linux for making block-busters, but there is no professional grade film editing solution for the GNU/Linux desktop. Lightworks may be the first such solution. Editshare, the company behind Lightworks, has announced the first public beta of Linuxworks. Earlier an alpha was released to a limited audience.

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6 Key New Features in Linux 3.9

Ten weeks to the day after the arrival of version 3.8, Linux creator Linus Torvalds on Monday released version 3.9 of the Linux kernel. Here are six interesting new features from writer Katherine Noyes.

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