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Linux Foundation Branches Out: 10 Efforts Beyond Linux

By definition, the Linux Foundation has Linux as its core mission, helping to bring the community of Linux developers and vendors together and fostering the right environment for collaboration. When the Linux Foundation started—it was created in 2007 as a result of the merger between the Free Standards Group (FSG) and Open Source Development Labs (OSDL)—Linux was the only thing that the group did. But in 2014, that's no longer the case.

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What's the Best Entry Point for Women in Computing? Open Source.

Leslie Hawthorn is the new community manager at Elastic Search, an open source real time data and analytics company, and a member of the program committee for the Grace Hopper conference that is held each year to increase "visibility for the contributions of women to computing." read more...

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Rackspace Opens the Door Wide for Open-Source Development

Rackspace, one of OpenStack's founders, takes open source very, very seriously. How seriously? Their "Rackers" can work on open-source projects that compete with the company's own open-source programs.

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Apple Needs to Catch Samsung, Amazon in Displays: Researcher

In a research note outlining the leading display technologies in 2014, DisplayMate Technologies Raymond Soneira claims Apple has some catching up to do. [Read more]    ...

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Google, Cisco Sign Deal to Avoid Future Patent Squabbles

The new patent cross-licensing agreement is designed to protect both companies from patent lawsuits. [Read more]    ...

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