Linux.com writer Eric Brown ranks tablets according to their overall mix of features, design, and price, based on reviews and direct experience. Sizes range from 7- to 10.1 inches -- sorry, 5-inch phablets, you still look like phones. Pricing is for WiFi-only configurations starting at 16GB, although over half of these now offer a minimum of 32GB. Devices must be shipping by Sept. 14, 2012, with ICS or later, rather than simply being available for an upgrade.
How do the Linux and open source communities define the open cloud? Our Leaders of the Open Cloud series posed this key question, along with many others, to industry influencers in the 10 weeks leading up to the CloudOpen conference in San Diego last month. Here, we’ve distilled their answers into a few sentences to provide a range of viewpoints as well as some areas of contention.
The past 24 hours at LinuxCon have brought us great speakers, fun parties and serious laughs as the Linux kernel developer panel took the stage Wednesday afternoon. Here were some of the highlights.
LinuxCon 2012 kicked off in San Diego on Tuesday, Aug. 28 with the Linux Kernel Summit. Tuesday night, conference attendees gathered for CloudStack's rooftop party in downtown San Diego. And LinuxCon and CloudOpen began in full force Wednesday morning with keynotes from Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin, HP Vice President and Chief Technologist Kirk Bresniker and a panel on defining the open cloud. Photo credit: Kenny Moy for The Linux Foundation.
A slideshow tour of the items included in the 20th Anniversary of Linux Gallery that was on display just last week at LinuxCon North America. The Gallery included more than 120 items donated by community members, including from Linux creator Linus Torvalds.
Some candid shots from the 20th Anniversary of Linux Gala!
The 2011 Linux Foundation Linux Training Scholarship winners are...
As we prepare for LinuxCon and the 20th Anniversary of Linux, we take a look back at some of the Linux and open source luminaries we've been so lucky to have at Linux Foundation events. Of course, this isn't an exhaustive list but it highlights some of the greatest Linux and open source minds of the current day.
Selection of pictures from the first-ever LinuxCon Europe in Prague