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Fedora 18 Will Stick To Using Tmpfs

It was decided at today's FESCo meeting to not disable the mounting of /tmp as a tmpfs file-system by default for the forthcoming Fedora 18 Linux release...

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Half of all app store revenue goes to just 25 developers

Apple's App Store and the Google Play store each claim to offer over 700,000 apps to choose from, but only a tiny fraction of them bring in significant revenue for their developers, according to research from analyst firm Canalys.

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MariaDB Foundation to Safeguard Leading Open Source Database

The founders of the most popular databases on the web, Michael Widenius, David Axmark, and Allan Larsson today announced the formation of the MariaDB Foundation. “MariaDB continues the project started 18 years ago when we founded MySQL, with code maintained by the same dedicated core team. The time is right for an independent organisation to to safeguard the interests of MariaDB users and developers as we head towards MariaDB 10”said David Axmark.

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Most Popular Android Tablet: Nexus 7

There are plenty of great Android tablets on the market now that weren't around even a year ago. If you're looking for one to wrap up for someone special, get your game on, or get some work done, you have plenty of options. Earlier last week, we asked you which...

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A round-up of all things Steam right now! [GOL]

Time to do a round-up of all the latest on the Steam front for all of you, especially those not including themselves unofficially in the beta.
Steam Client
Firstly Steam itself got updates:

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Humble not so Friendly Anymore Bundle

 

Everyone by now should know about Humble Bundle, they used to be a provider of great DRM FREE and cross platform (Linux, Mac and Windows) indie games including games like Osmos, Aquaria, Psychonauts, World of Goo etc.

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