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Eucalyptus Systems, Nebula and Virtual Bridges Join Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation, the non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux, is adding three new companies to its membership list: Eucalyptus Systems, Nebula and Virtual Bridges. These companies “are important additions to The Linux Foundation membership,” according to The Linux Foundation’s vice president of marketing and developer programs Amanda McPherson. “The enterprise IT environment is growing more complex and Linux is helping users and vendors innovate within it. We are excited to collaborate with these companies to advance that work.

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Apple Chairman Steve Jobs Dies at 56

Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder who resigned from the company in the mid-1980s and returned a decade later to make Apple one of the most successful technology companies in the world, has died.

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Meet Ten Disrupt Hackathon Hackers

Here are ten hackers we met at today’s Disrupt Hackathon. These folks have steeled themselves with snack food and coffee and are hacking away as we speak. Rob Banagale Rob Banagale is the founder of a new product launching at the Hackathon, so we’re going to let him debut the name. In the words of Rob, “it’s a new identity service that lets you represent yourself through a series of pictures.”

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Android App Gives You free Web Access Via Texting

Smozzy gives T-Mobile users free Web access. If you can tolerate slow browsing, you might be able to ditch your data plan.

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Mozilla's Do Not Track Guide Positions Privacy as Key Tech Differentiator

Many users of the Firefox browser already use DNT (Do Not Track) technology to prevent companies and organizations from watching their behavior online and compiling ever-growing databases of their user behavior.

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Feedback Requested: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Released

Just before LinuxCon North America in Vancouver, The Linux Foundation released a draft proposal for an update to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)...

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