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The NSF Pours $20 Million Into Experimental Cloud Test Beds

The NSF Pours $20 Million Into Experimental Cloud Test Beds

The NSF has announced that it has seeded two $10 million projects to create cloud computing test beds, Chameleon and CloudLab, as part of its NSFCloud program that supports research into novel cloud architectures. 

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LinuxCon Showcases Advances in Linux, Open Source

This year's LinuxCon showcased new Linux certifications, Linus Torvalds, and how open source is revolutionizing education and the automobile industry.

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First Firefox OS Phone Arrives in India, Priced at $33

First Firefox OS Phone Arrives in India, Priced at $33

Mozilla has announced that the first smartphone running its Firefox OS mobile operating system is now on sale in India, following earlier reports that a low-cost phone would arrive there in July. 

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Android-on-ARM Mini-PC Draws Less Than 7W

Shuttle has introduced an Android 4.2.2 mini-PC with 6.26W consumption, 4GB of flash with SD expansion, plus WiFi, HDMI, GbE, RS232, and four USB ports. Spanish mini-PC vendor Shuttle, which has launched numerous Linux-ready models including the circa-2009, Intel Atom 330 based X27, has moved to And...

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Is Distrohopping in Linux Becoming a Thing of the Past?

Steven Rosenberg has taken a stand against distrohopping and explains why he doesn't do it.

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Getting Good Vibrations with Linux

Vibrations and wave motions describe many different physical systems. In fact, most systems that dissipate energy do so through waves of one form or another. In this article, I take a look at gvb (Good ViBrations, http://www.pietrobattiston.it/gvb), a Linux application you can use to visualize and m...

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Leaked Specs Suggest Intel's NUC 2.0 PCs Could be Future Steam Machines

More powerful versions of the company's small-form-factor systems could include Core i5 and i3 Broadwell processors and support for 2.5-inch drives and handle up to 16GB of RAM.

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AMD Radeon R9 290 Open-Source Driver Works, But Has A Ways To Go

With the Linux 3.17 kernel, Mesa 10.3, and the newest Radeon microcode files, there's finally working Hawaii GPU support by AMD's open-source Linux graphics driver. The Radeon R9 290 series launched nearly one year ago and finally now the open-source driver is working right, so we've conducted some ...

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Linux Energy Drink: Get Energized with this Recap of LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America

Linux Energy Drink: Get Energized with this Recap of LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America

LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America this year hosted the developers and maintainers building the software that is running our lives. It also hosted the DevOps professionals and SysAdmins supporting the systems that keep those lives humming along.

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Opening Up in New Ways: How the OpenPOWER Foundation is Taking Open to New Places

It’s no secret that open development is the key to rapid and continuous technology innovation. Openly sharing knowledge, skills and technical building blocks is something that we in the Linux community have long been promoting and have recognized as a successful model for breeding technology break...

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