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April 12, 2014

07:25
In today's open source roundup: Google beefs up Android app security. Plus: Why Netflix's streaming selection stinks, and why I don't care about the end of Windows XP.
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05:31
How the heartbleed bug works:http://xkcd.com/1354/ And a little Perspective:http://xkcd.com/1353/
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04:32
Websites and tools that have sprung up to check whether servers are vulnerable to OpenSSL's mega-vulnerability Heartbleed have thrown up anomalies in computer crime law on both sides of the Atlantic.
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03:11
A whitehat hacker from the Baltimore suburbs went too far in his effort to drive home a point about a security vulnerability he reported to a client. Now he's unemployed and telling all on reddit.
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02:14
Something Linux gamers have been requesting time and time again is going to happen! Star Citizen is heading to Linux Chris Roberts stated at a panel at PAX.
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01:16
For the past few months, I've been covering different software packagesfor scientific computations. For my next several articles, I'm going to befocusing on using Python to come up with your own algorithms foryour scientific problems.
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00:19
The Last Federation is a very good-looking space strategy game (spaceship combat woo!) that we have previewed a few times for you. It is now nearing completion and will release in a weeks time! It will of course be Linux native too.
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April 11, 2014

23:22
In partnership with Databricks, MapR has integrated Apache Spark into its Apache Hadoop distribution for Big Data, increasing performance for Hadoop applications.
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22:25
Besides from being a powerful development environment, Emacs is cataloged by some as an entire operating system, since it provides many more features. Let’s have a look at some of the features that come with Emacs, which are pretty much programs in their own right, although included in Emacs.
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21:28
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we look at the new OpenDaylight internship, National Robotics Week, and more.
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20:31
The Wine development release 1.7.16 is now available.
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19:33
Surely, you've heard of Bring Your Own Device, but did you know that's only scratching the surface of the Bring Your Own movement because once you empower people with a super computer in their hands the flood gates open to the idea of BYO-e where e stands for everything.
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18:36
Canonical may be hard at work to make Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) the best experience possible, but they are also working on an icon theme that could arrive in time to the final version.
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17:39
This week look at how moving to the cloud requires a cultural shift in IT, VMware embracing the BYO movement and McKinsey finding IT needs stop resisting the cloud.
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16:42
The official KDE games include mostly board, card or arcade games. I will overview some of the “best” that come in KDE but, of course, your mileage may vary, since one can like a certain kind of board game, while another may like card games more.
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15:45
Numix Icon Packs is a small project developed by Numix project team focused to create high quality GTK themes and icons for Linux desktop. Their goal is to make a “difference” in theming and to present you a modern and stylish desktop without damaging its usability while at it.
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15:45
Numix Icon Packs is a small project developed by Numix project team focused to create high quality GTK themes and icons for Linux desktop. Their goal is to make a “difference” in theming and to present you a modern and stylish desktop without damaging its usability while at it.
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14:47
Have you heard of speed reading? Me neither. At least not before a startup called Spritz raised 3.5 Millions in seed money to develop an API that supposedly allows a user to read 1,000 words per minute. The concept of speed reading is simple: slice a text into individual short segments, like a word or […]Continue reading...The post How to speed read on Linux appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to install Google Chrome on LinuxHow to check Internet speed from the command line on LinuxHow to test DNS server speed on LinuxHow to speed up X11 forwarding in SSHHow to speed up Nginx web server with PageSpeed
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13:50
This article shows you how to manually verfify a certificate against an OCSP server. OCSP stands for the Online Certificate Status Protocol and is one way to validate a certificate status. It is an alternative to the CRL, certificate revocation list.
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12:53
Calibre 1.32, an eBook reader and management software developed for multiple platforms, including Linux, has just been released and it incorporates a number of important changes and improvements.
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