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August 26, 2013
Following in the footsteps of open-source companies like Red Hat and SUSE, Nginx's developers are offering a commercial version of its flagship open-source program, the popular Nginx Web server.
Canonical’s next move after $32 million Ubuntu Edge crowfunding failure: Find a real phone, put your system on it AND JUST SHIP SOMETHING ALREADY
I’m not surprised about the failure of Canonical/Ubuntu’s $32 million “give us $700, we promise to give you a phone packed with unproven, yet-to-be-seen technology sometime next year” campaign. And it’s not success wrapped in failure. It’s just failure.
August 25, 2013
The developers of Gedit, the official text editor of the GNOME desktop environment, announced a couple of days ago the immediate availability for download and testing of the first Beta release of the upcoming Gedit 3.10.
A $209 Linux-powered home automation and security system aimed at apartment dwellers is off to a strong crowdfunding start on Indiegogo. BlackSumac’s Piper features motion, sound, and temperature detectors, and offers a 180-degree fisheye HD camera with pan and zoom viewable and controllable via smartphone apps.
The Linux 3.11 kernel hasn't even been released yet, at which point the Linux 3.12 kernel merge window will then open, but Intel's Open-Source Technology Center is already busy at work on features not likely to land until Linux 3.13.
ShinyLoot is an awesome game store that has Linux support, one we told you about way back when in April! They have been in beta status for quite some time and are finally about to remove this tag and be classed as fully open!
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's tenure had some high points and some extremely low points. As the software giant seeks to name a new CEO within 12 months, one thing is absolutely clear: Microsoft's (MSFT) next CEO -- Ballmer's successor -- must apologize to partners for numerous channel, mobile and cloud missteps in recent years. Here's why.
Habey announced a 3.5-inch form-factor single board computer based on AMD’s quad- and dual-core G-Series SoCs, clocked as high as 2.0GHz. The Linux-friendly SBC provides HDMI, VGA, and LVDS display outputs, offers dual gigabit Ethernet interfaces, four USB ports, and six serial ports, expands via mini-PCIe, and optionally supports -40 to +85?C operation. Habey says [...]
August 24, 2013
Hi guys! This is a tutorial about tracking some frames-per-second when running your favourite games. This tutorial will cover tracking FPS on native Linux games (2 ways to do that), on Crossover, on Wine and on PlayOnLinux!
I’ve not been very good about posting updates on this GNOME development cycle. I was busy with other things, and all of a sudden, we’re already at the beta – I’ve just released 3.9.90, which is the first beta release.High time to show some of the nice new things that will come in GNOME 3.10.
The employees even had a code name for the practice – "Love-int" – meaning the gathering of intelligence on their partners... Last week it was disclosed that the NSA had broken privacy rules on nearly 3,000 occasions over a one-year period.
If you read Techdirt, you're almost certainly familiar with Larry Lessig, the law professor at Harvard who (among many other things) has been an avid advocate for copyright reform and campaign finance reform, an author of many books about copyright and creativity, a well-known public speaker whose presentations are stunningly compelling, entertaining and informative, and the founder of some important organizations including Creative Commons. Of course, as an expert on copyright and creativity, and someone who's actually been involved in some of the key copyright legal fights over the past decade (tragically, on the losing side), you might think that a record label would think twice before issuing a clearly bogus threat to sue him over copyright infringement.
Who will be Microsoft's (MSFT) next CEO, succeeding Steve Ballmer? The shortlist of candidates likely includes executives from Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG), IBM (IBM), Oracle (ORCL) and more. Microsoft's board has formed a CEO search committee, which will work with Heidrick & Struggles (a top executive recruitment firm) to find Ballmer's replacement. Who are some of the potential candidate names? Hmmm...