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Opinion: Computing, Even in Linux, is All About Failure

Hardware failures, power failures, and most of all, storage media failures. Ever notice how fragile digital storage media are? Are we ever going to get digital storage media that can match plain old paper, and other analog media, for reliability and longevity?
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Oracle and Apple: This Week's Big Tech News and What it Means for Linux

The tech industry is jumping this week. On the consumer side, Apple finally took the wraps off the poorly named but interesting iPad. On the enterprise side, Oracle finally had the chance to lay claim to Sun and spell out what it's planning to do with the spoils.

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Oracle Promises MySQL, OpenOffice Autonomy

The employees of MySQL are a truly blessed people. As with Sun Microsystems before it, Oracle has vowed to leave its sales and development team independent and intact...

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Novell Beefs Software Appliance Kit

How to harden SUSE Linux Novell says that its SUSE Appliance Toolkit is ready for primetime...
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Chrome 4: King of the Web browser hill?

The latest Chrome Web browser is faster than ever, but what really matters is its new and improved feature set. read more...
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Using Brasero for data backup and ISO burning

Linux users know that burning discs is an important aspect of staying on top of the game. First of all it allows you to keep solid backups of your data. Second, it's the best way to get that latest version of your favorite distribution from an FTP download site to the installation on your hard drive. Read on to learn more about using Brasero for data back up and ISO burning.

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